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Daisy Haggard ‘relieved’ to show ‘darker side of parenting’ as Breeders returns

While your social media may be awash with Instagram-perfect family pictures, many of us know the cold reality of parenting is far from easy, or glamorous.That’s perhaps why the dark comedy series Breeders has become such a phenomenon that it’s back for a third series. And by the sounds of it a fourth won’t be far behind… The Responder's Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard return as Paul and Ally Worsley, the beleaguered parents of Luke and his younger sister Ava (Eve Prenelle), who is 10.The story kicks off where it was left at the end of Season two, with the whole family feeling the fallout of fragile 13 year-old Luke (Alex Eastwood) punching his dad. Paul’s moved out and is staying at his mother-in-law Leah’s house, and he’s flirting with Leah’s next-door-neighbour, Gabby (Sally Phillips).

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Lizzie Cundy claims WAGs slide into her messages for 'WAGony aunt' advice
Lizzie Cundy may not have her own television show but it appears she's often the person WAGs turn to for advice.Following the fallout of the WAGatha Christie defamation case launched by Rebekah Vardy against Coleen Rooney, Lizzie has been extremely vocal on the situation and how WAG culture has changed.The 54-year-old has explained that the WAGs often "protect each other" and she's frequently consoling the new generation over the phone.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the mum-of-two hinted that away from the limelight, she could run her own advice line after always looking out for others in the footballing industry.Lizzie said: "So many come to me for advice, I'm like the WAGony aunt."You know, football's been in my world since I was 20, it's the only thing anyone understands in the football world,, you're in a football bubble, you protect each other."The footballer's wives, I've always tried to do my best and the footballers to protect."She continued: "It is a funny world that not many understand unless you're in it, it's very intense."You've got the fans and the groupies – the other footballers used to have to watch their seats because they'd go to the loo and another girl might sit in the seat by the time they went – that's how mad it is."We all know about the girls that sort of, set out on where they are at away games, they'll dress up to the nines sitting at the bar waiting for them."They're like bees and a honey pot, they're the rock and roll stars, they have huge wages and the fans, some fans, a minority, behave terribly."There are a few ones [WAGs that don't behave] but I'm old school.
Corrie’s Seb star totally unrecognisable with clean-faced look after ditching locks
Coronation Street star Harry Visinoni looks totally different after undergoing a major transformation after his time on the cobbles.The actor is best known for his role as Sebastian Franklin on the ITV soap, but was killed off last year in a vicious hate crime storyline involving his on-screen girlfriend Nina Lucas.The fallout from the attack is still felt on the street today, with his grieving mum Abi struggling to gain custody of her son Alfie after going off the rails with Imran.Known for his long and luscious locks and rugged facial hair during his time on Corrie, Harry has undergone a complete transformation since leaving the role.Now Harry sports a shorter crop on his brunette tresses, worn in a stylish quiff style atop his head, and has gone completely clean shaven.The star donned a pair of blue denim jeans and a sheer white shirt to enjoy a glass of wine alongside a pal in a swanky bar, complete with hanging chandelier, a faux stuffed deer head and long wall mirrors.Harry donned a black leather watch for the occasion and decorated his fingers with various silver rings - and he looked a far cry from Seb.In another snap he could be seen cheekily ribbing his pal, who sat beside him in a grey knitted vest top and white shirtsleeves.Harry captioned the snaps: “Two happy lads.”And his fans didn’t hesitate to shower him with praise, as one penned: “Hair looks mint Harry!”“Love the hair!” another gushed, while a third fan wrote: “Great photo. Miss you in Corrie!”Someone else then posted: “You look older.