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Guess How Much I Love You was translated into 57 languages and sold more than 50 million copies worldwide
Sam McBratney, author of the children’s classic book Guess How Much I Love You, has died at the age of 77.
The author, who was born in Belfast, died on 18 September, his publisher Walker Books announced on Monday.
The tale of two nutbrown hares, who try to express their affection for each other, became a children’s classic.
The book is best remem…
New Borat film shows Rudy Giuliani with hand in his pants – Al Jazeera English
Film released Friday shows Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani in a compromising position in a hotel room.
Controversy has swirled this week ahead of Fridays release of Sacha Baron Cohens new Borat film, a satirical look at the United States that comes less than two weeks ahead of the hotly contested presidential election.
One of the most talked-about moments in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm involves Rudy Giuliani, US President Donald Trumps personal lawyer, being interviewed by an actress pretending to be a reporter. The actress portrayed Baron Cohens 15-year-old daughter in the film.
The scene, shot in…
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Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has decided that she wants to flaunt a more natural pout and has had her lip fillers dissolved
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has shown her natural lips for the first time.
The reality TV star, 21, used to have her lips enhanced with filler in order to plump up her pout but recently decided that she wanted to flaunt a more natural cupid’s bow.
And in order to return to her former lip size she had to take a trip to an cosmetic facial surgeon practice to have the filler disolved.
The social media sensation vlogged the experience as she told her fans that she hopes they “can learn from her…
Exeter Cathedral to hold Christmas Market – but is making changes – Devon Live
The festive markets will provide a ‘desperately needed boost’ to traders and residents
Exeter Cathedral has confirmed the traditional Christmas Market will go ahead this year.
The decision comes following extensive discussions to ensure appropriate safety measures in the light of current coronavirus concerns.
Plans for this years market, which is scheduled to run from November 21 to December 19, include managed entry and exit points to control the number of visitors, a new layout of Christmas chalets covering a larger area to avoid congestion, and much wider paths to enable physical…
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