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Mollie King's father dies of brain tumour just days after birth of first child
"Dad, we love you with all our hearts and we will miss you every single day."You have been our hero and it's impossible to think of our lives without you."Mollie added poignantly: "You have always been there for us with every step we've taken and you even held on a few extra days to meet baby Annabella."You gave us your everything. You will be in our hearts and our memories every single day."Her former Saturdays bandmate Frankie Bridge - who last week shared her secret eating disorder heartache for the first time on the same app - offered her condolences and told Mollie she loved her.Meanwhile, Matt Edmonson, who is a co-host on BBC Radio 1, exclaimed: "Oh Molly, I'm am so sorry to hear this news.Thinking of you and sending all my love to you, and all your family."Fellow radio colleague Clara Amfo added: "Infinite love Mollie, so glad he got to meet your girl."Meanwhile, TV presenters TV presenters Zoe Ball, Laura Whitmore and Gethin Jones also expressed their sorrow after she shared a series of snaps of herself and her father.In one, he clutched a balloon declaring him the "world's best dad", while in another he and Mollie danced together at an event, warm smiles on their faces.The montage of memories also attracted the sympathy of This Morning star Ruth Langsford - the wife of GB News' Eamonn Holmes - and she reached out with her own kind words."Oh darling Mollie…I am so, so sorry to hear about your darling Dad passing," she exclaimed."Sending you and your family so much love.
George Michael's sister left mere fraction of inherited fortune behind after tragic death
It has since been reported she was laid to rest at Highgate Cemetery alongside her brother George's unmarked grave and that of their mum Lesley.Her 2020 funeral had been attended by George's fellow Wham! star Shirley Kemp, and her husband Martin Kemp, formerly of Spandau Ballet.They were accompanied by their I'm A Celebrity star son Roman, who hosts his own Capital FM breakfast show.Melanie, who is outlived by an older sister named Yioda, got together with her and their dad Jack to make a public statement about how much George meant to her before her death.As she typically kept a low profile in comparison to her celebrity brother, despite accompanying him to countless Wham! shows, the words were the last fans heard from her."We have come full circle again and Christmas time (and the holidays), are upon us once more," she wrote, dedicating the message to everyone who knew her - and even their pets."I think we as a family, (there are lots of us, we Greek Cypriots, we're everywhere)!! have come to fully appreciate (although we already knew really), quite how much love there is out there in the world, for both [George] and his beautiful music," she added."We know how much his lyrics can offer support when things are tough and help celebrate when times are good and life is going well."That is just as powerful now as if he were still with us and as many of you say in your messages, it's a gift," Melanie emotionally gushed.Sadly, she would not return to public life after her last statement in honour of her brother.Meanwhile, her last media interview - conducted just a month before her death - revealed her anger with Elton John's suggestion her brother felt "uncomfortable" with his gay identity.Elton had told Sharon Osbourne on
Matt Hancock looks 'needy' with girlfriend after I'm A Celebrity pics as expert 'not sold'
Speaking to The Sun, Judi said his "starfish" hand on the lower part of his girlfriend's back was "pressed hard into her" while his other hand was "dangerously close to her bum".She believes his reserved nature was highlighted during his kiss on the I’m A Celebrity bridge, which she claimed showed Gina “still appears to call the non-verbal shots”.Despite the pair being unable to keep their hands off each other, the body language expert believes Matt still appears to look "socially awkward" with Gina.Judi believes he is “still in politician mode” when around his girlfriend.She said: “His smile looks as politely fake as some of his jungle smiles and the way he keeps looking around suggests he’s still got his eye out for cameras and PR moments.”Despite presenting a “can’t keep their hands off one another” image at an I’m A Celebrity afterparty, Judi isn’t sold.The expert added: "We can see the camera crews walking past the couple and nobody coming for a chat and in the end, Matt seems to drop his arm from Gina and stop trying pose-wise.”Judi claims Matt “likes to look needy with Gina” and his actions at the aftershow party highlighted it.DON'T MISS...She said: “The most intense aftershow pose involves Matt ‘hiding’ behind Gina with both arms round her waist and his head pressed into her neck and face."The businesswoman seemed to be in good mood as she walked alongside a male companion who was pushing a trolley with her bags on.For her airport attire, she opted for a cosy white fleece, jeans, trainers and a green coat ready to face the cold temperature.The 45-year-old kept her look natural opting for no make-up and she wore her hair in a loose bun.
Steve Backshall's cheeky request to Princess Anne as he he admits she took him by surprise
Princess Anne at Windsor Castle, where he was supported by his mum. Speaking exclusively to, the wildlife expert reflected on the cheeky words he said to the royal as she expressed her interest in his projects. He said of the moment: "It was amazing, the most incredible thing was she, I mean clearly had been given research by someone, but she knew who I was and talked through all my projects."We ended up chattering away about some of the places we had been to."I even asked her if she'd like to buy a part of the rainforests for me as part of one of my charities which gave her a really good chuckle."Matt Hancock's partner Gina lands at Heathrow without I'm A Celeb star"We got on famously."Steve added: "For someone like me from humble beginnings being there at Windsor Castle is something I won't forget."The BBC star chose his mum as his guest on the day instead of his wife Helen Glover."Just seeing my mum and being able to say thank you in that way, was special."That's certainly something that I'll hold with me for a long time."Steve's wife was appointed MBE in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to rowing.The sports star received her medal from Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.The presenter said he would've loved to have met the Queen, but is happy his wife was honoured by her.English and Welsh WAGs cheer on their men at World Cup 2022 in Qatar [PICTURED]Mike Tindall stays in Australia with Zara sharing loved-up snap [LATEST]Rod Stewart's heartbreak after losing 'best mates' in two months [RIP]"That's one of the highlights of her career achivements," he continued.During our chat, Steve also discussed his thoughts on I'm A Celebrity...
Martin Kemp recalls Roman screaming at David Beckham and calling him a 'w*****r' as a kid
Manchester United legend.Spandau Ballet star Martin, now 61, relived the experience in a chat with Kate Thornton for her podcast series White Wine Question Time."I remember once we were in the stands and David Beckham was taking a lot of stick at the time," he wryly recalled."I was looking at Roman and he's standing on his seat going: 'Beckham, you w****r! You w****r!'"I'm thinking 'Where did that come from? Ro, calm down!'" he cringed, adding that he had been trying desperately to remain incognito due to having a major role on BBC soap Eastenders at the time."I didn't want people around me [to recognise me, but] Roman had none of it."He was having a discussion with 20 people around him trying to right some wrongs offside and shouting at people," he chuckled.However, he added fondly: "He really came to life when he went to football, so I loved taking him there."He described "sitting on the terraces with your boy" as an important part of their father-son bond and something that he would "dream" of doing.Then he mischievously admitted: "Also, when I first used to take Roman to football, it was the only place that I would let him swear."As Kate roared with laughter, he admitted that the adrenalin of watching the stars dart around on the pitch was "the only place where [a young Roman] felt like a man".He also came alive around the dinner table - and while the rest of the family ate, Roman and his godfather George Michael would have animated discussions that went on long after everyone else had left.Exclaiming with admiration that his son had only been 12 years old at the time, he admitted: "Everyone would walk away [after the meal] apart from George and Roman."[They] would be having the biggest debate [and] George would