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    PRINCE Harry revealed he and Meghan Markle went from "zero to 60" in the first two months of their relationship as they enjoyed cosy TV dates. The Duke of Sussex opened up about his relationship as he joined James Corden on The Late Late Show. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 6Harry and Meghan said his relationship went from 'zero to 60' 6He made the comments while appearing on The Late Late ShowCredit: the Late Show Harry, 36, explained how "everything was done back to front" due his royal status, which meant cosy nights in rather than attending glitzy dinners. He said: "Rather than going to friends' houses or out for dinner where there were other distractions [we had] no distractions, it was great. "We went from zero to 60 in the first two months." Harry, who is expecting his second child with Meghan,...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed that it would be a couple of months before President Joe Biden would welcome foreign leaders to meet at the White House, even though he has been vaccinated for the coronavirus. “I would anticipate for all of you that it will be a couple of months before the president has an in-person or invites a foreign leader to meet in-person here at the White House,” Psaki said during the White House press briefing on Tuesday afternoon. Psaki was asked by a reporter about a comment in January from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office that Joe Biden had agreed to meet with the prime minister in February. “You can meet over video as we all know,” Psaki replied when reporters asked about the timing of the meeting with Trudeau. She did not reveal any more details of any planned meetings, either virtual or...
    President BidenJoe BidenMcConnell doesn't rule out getting involved in Republican primaries Perdue files paperwork to explore 2022 Senate run Hillicon Valley: Parler announces official relaunch | Google strikes news pay deal with major Australian media company | China central to GOP efforts to push back on Biden MORE is unlikely to meet in-person with a foreign leader for "a couple of months," press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiSullivan is Biden's national security 'listener' Biden pledges action on guns amid resistance Biden finds a few Trump moves he'll keep MORE said on Tuesday. "I would anticipate for all of you that it will be a couple of months before the president invites a foreign leader to meet in person here at the White House," Psaki said at a news briefing. The comments are the first glimpse of a timeline the White House has given of when Biden might resume in-person meetings with foreign...
    A YOUNG Ukrainian couple have chained themselves together for three months in the ultimate show of their love. Alexander and Viktoria chose Valentine’s Day to weld themselves together, near the Unity sculpture in Kyiv.  6Alexander said the couple was “going for a record” 6Alexander and Viktoria chose Valentine's Day to have themselves welded together Vitaly Zorin, of Ukraine’s national register of records, supervised the experiment and verified the pair were “sane” before they started their personal lockdown. A young Ukrainian couple have chained themselves together for three months as the ultimate test of their love. “The palms of the couple in love are just a couple of centimetres apart,” Zorin said. Alexander said the couple was “going for a record”.  “There is a chain on us, and all the links are welded,” he said. “The final link … is closed  with the seal of the national register of records."  One...
    This couple was forced out of their tiny house. Courtesy of Hannah Cole Hannah Cole and Tom Tarczon were living in a camper while building their tiny house in 2018. A local zoning board passed an ordinance that people could only live in a camper or tiny house for 2 weeks. For the next few months, they slept at a hotel, in a dilapidated barn, and in their truck.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After living at her grandparents' house in Wisconsin for two years and paying off her student loans, Hannah Cole was at a crossroads.  She could have bought a house, but that would have given her debt after she just got rid of her student loans. She could have rented a place, but she felt like renting would be like throwing away money.  "I didn't want to owe anybody anything, and I didn't...
    LINE of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has teased series 6 could drop 'in couple of months.' However, the 62-year-old still has one big concern that could spell disaster. 4Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar teases series 6 may be released in a couple of monthsCredit: PA:Press Association Filming began back in March 2020 but was put on hold due to coronavirus, but the cast returned to work six months later in September. Adrian, who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings, spoke about the popular BBC drama on The Graham Norton Radio Show. For anyone that needs a refresher or for any new fans of the show, Dunbar said: "The story is this: first of all BBC One are repeating season two from next Saturday night. "Beyond that then of course we have finished. We started, like everybody else we stopped in March because of lockdown. It will go out, I suppose, within the next...
    A COUPLE in their 20s have revealed how they paid off more than £72,000 debt in under two years. Bria Williams, 26, and her husband Adrian, 25, decided to go all-in on tackling their debt 18 months ago, when it totalled $96,000 (£72,253). 5Bria Williams, 26, and her husband Adrian, 25, successfully shifted their debt in 18 monthsCredit: Mercury Press The balance was spread between $11,527 (£8,677) on credit cards, $38,678 (£34,509) on car loans, and Bria's $44,859 (£33,768) student loan. It took them 18 months to bust their debt by giving up holidays, shopping and eating out. Bria and Adrian first started facing up to their debt problems after they got married three years ago when Bria's car needed replacing and the pair admit they never took their credit card debt seriously. Project manager Bria said: "We had credit card debt which we didn't class as real debt, my...
    A Florida couple who have married for 60 years were forced to spend months apart due to the coronavirus pandemic — and a camera was rolling when they finally reunited for a hug after 215 days. Joseph and Eve Loreth, both 80, live at the Rosecastle at Delaney Creek assisted living facility, but were separated for seven months because Joseph has had to spend time in the hospital. Recently, though, the facility's 'resident love birds' got to see each other again, and tears were shed as they embraced at the emotional meeting.  Lovebirds! Joseph and Eve Loreth, both 80, were forced to spend months apart due to the coronavirus pandemic Sweet reunion! A camera was rolling when they finally reunited for a hug after 215 days Apart: Joseph had surgery earlier this year, and was in rehab for months, away from his wife. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the pair only got...
    MSNBC's Joe Scarborough went on a lengthy tirade Friday against the conservative-leaning Wall Street Journal editorial board for characterizing Bob Woodward's new book as a "non-revelation." The Morning Joe host focused on a column published on Thursday which chastised Democrats for using the recordings of the president's conversations with the Watergate sleuth to say President Trump is "responsible" for the deaths of the nearly 200,000 people who have died from COVID-19, "which is contemptible even by today’s political standards." Scarborough, who is a former Republican congressman, began by asking if the editorial board felt the president was "responsible" for a fraction of the deaths. "Maybe he only killed 4,000 out of 190,000? You think that’s probably pretty safe to say that him lying about this pandemic, him lying about this virus, him underplaying the risk so much so that people would run into stores, at Walmart, and tear down displays...
    Federal Prosecutors argued Monday that Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli deserve prison time for cheating to get their daughters into the University of Southern California. The US Attorney’s Office urged to stick to the terms of a plea agreement struck with the embattled couple in May and sentence Giannulli to five months and Loughlin to two, a sentencing memo has revealed. The pair had previously been facing 40 years behind bars each for paying Rick Singer, the scheme mastermind, $500,000 to pass their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella off as rowing stars to USC officials when neither had ever been involved in the sport. They were arrested in March 2019 along with 50 other parents including actress Felicity Huffman. The US Attorney’s Office urged to stick to the terms of a plea agreement struck with the embattled couple in May and sentence Giannulli to five months...
    An Australian couple have been forced to buy a boat and fish for food to survive after the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded on a far flung island. Warrick Alston, 49 and his wife Aime are stuck in Iloilo on Panay Island in the Philippines after their flight home on March 18 was cancelled due to COVID-19. The pair had travelled over in February to help out the disadvantaged including volunteering with an orphanage. But the trip turned into a nightmare when the country's president Rodrigo Duterte ordered police to shoot troublemakers who breached health orders. Warrick Alston, 49 and his wife Aime Alston are stuck in Iloilo on Panay Island in the Philippines after their flight home on March 18 was cancelled due to COVID-19 The couple were forced to buy a boat (pictured) and fish for food as a means to survive The two have...
    NBA The pvot chatted with Fernando Alonso within PL4NETS, a summit on healthy habits Pau Gasol and Fernando Alonso, at the Circuit of the Americas, in Austin, in 2016. Rubio. The future of Pau Gasol continues in the air. The pvot continues the recovery from his stress fracture in the navicular bone of his left foot that has prevented you from playing for more than a year, specifically since March 10, 2019. However, his desire and ambition remain be at next year’s Games and participate in their fifth Olympic event. “I am working to be able to enjoy a little more. A couple of months from now I will have more information on whether my foot allows me to jump and sprint or if my role in the sport has to be different now and it cannot wait any longer.“, commented Pau in a talk with the pilot Fernando...
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