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'Pregnant' Kylie Jenner finally shares full-length photo of her figure amid 'baby bump' claims – as fans demand answers from Lip Kit queen

Kylie Jenner recently sparked pregnancy speculation [Kylie Jenner/Instagram] And, while the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has kept quiet over the speculation, she has kept her ‘baby bump’ hidden in her latest photos. Taking to Instagram, the brunette beauty had everyone talking as she shared a full-length shot – with a fluffy jacket covering her stomach. The 20 year old shared the snap without a caption, but sent her 99.5million followers into meltdown, with many ...
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Fingerlings have become this year's most popular Christmas toy [PA] With parents struggling to find them on shelves for their little ones this Christmas, they’ve found themselves turning to extr
EMERYVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Claudette Lum has worn a gardenia in her hair every day since she started working in 1960 at Trader Vic’s, the legendary home of mai tai (pronounced MY-tie) cocktail
Carolyn Hax counsels a reader who wonders how to trust again after the abrupt end of a four-year relationship.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge release their 2017 Christmas card featuring Prince George and Princess Charlotte [Chris Jackson/Getty] Kate Middleton and Prince William have released t
Smiley spoke to 'GMA' after PBS suspended his late-night talk show over "multiple, credible allegations" of misconduct last week.        
EastEnders is set to be huge this Christmas [BBC] From Max Branning and Stacey Slater’s affair reveal, Phil Mitchell’s health scare and a number of big deaths – EastEnders always pulls
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Princess Charlotte will start nursery in January[Getty] After her big brother, Prince George, started primary school in September this year, it is Princess Charlotte's turn to begin an exciti
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Princess Charlotte will attend The Willcocks Nursery School [The Willcocks Nursery School] Princess Charlotte will attend The Willcocks Nursery School in January 2018, Kensington Palace have
Live entertainment ends at exotic dance club that was the setting for Tony Soprano's hangout in HBO TV show.        
A look back at some of the stars that passed away in 2017, including Mary Tyler Moore, Chuck Berry, Chester Bennington and Tom Petty. (Dec. 18)        
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S Club 7 formed in 1998, and became one of the UK's biggest bands  [Getty] Tina, Jo and Bradley have reunited to create SC3 [Twitter] S Club 7 was formed of members Tina Barrett, Paul Catte
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Kensington Palace has shared a new family photo of Prince William, Duchess Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte that was used on this year's card.       &
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge release their 2017 Christmas card featuring Prince George and Princess Charlotte [Chris Jackson/Getty] The royal family have officially released their annual Chri
S Club 7 formed in 1998, and became one of the UK's biggest bands  [Getty] Tina, Jo and Bradley have reunited to create SC3 [Twitter] S Club 7 was formed of members Tina Barrett, Paul Catte
SKYNORA has arrived in Davao City and is set to raise the bar in the office space leasing in Davao. Skynora, a premium office space provider, formally announced its presence in Davao on December 4 dur

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