MANILA -- Weeks after admitting that she is pregnant and engaged, actress Nathalie Hart shared photos of her soon-to-be-husband. On Instagram, Hart uploaded photos of her baby's father, who is an Indian businessman. "Missing my partner in life and enemy," she said. Hart, one of the stars of the movie "Sin Island," said in a previous interview that she wanted to have a private wedding this year for her family and close friends in Australia. The actress said she is also planning to give birth in Australia. … [Read more...] about Meet Nathalie Hart’s future husband
PUBLISHED: 14:32 11 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:50 11 July 2018 The moment James Parr proposed to girlfriend, now fiancee, Alexandra Barclay. Picture: Loganair Loganair A flight attendant from Norfolk has had the surprise of a lifetime as she left her plane to find her boyfriend waiting on one knee on the runway below. She said yes! Picture: Loganair Alexandra Barclay, 24, had just finished a four-flight shift when her partner James Parr, 31, met her at the steps of the aircraft. The bride-to-be said: “I have waited a long for the best moment of my life and I couldn’t have imagined anything more special. “It really took me by surprise but after the initial shock I was absolutely overjoyed.” She added: “Thanks to my colleagues for making it all happen, my parents for giving him permission and also, of course to James, for putting such a clever plan together.” Mr Parr had help picking the ring from Alexandra's mum. Picture: Loganair The couple … [Read more...] about Air hostess proposed to on Norwich Airport runway having met future husband on Tinder
Mary Hanbury, provided by Published 11:51 am, Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Matthew Peyton / Stringer Kate Spade was found dead by suicide in her apartment in New York City on Tuesday, June 5. She was 55. She leaves behind her husband, Andy Spade, and a 13-year-old daughter, Frances Beatrix Spade. Kate Spade had not been part of her namesake handbag label for more than a decade, but she was at the helm of a new accessories business she and Andy Spade founded in 2015, called Frances Valentine. Experts are now wondering what course the two brands will take in this difficult time. Soon after news of Kate Spade's death by suicide broke last week, fans began posting messages on social media to celebrate her work in fashion, sharing memories of the first time they bought a Kate Spade handbag and how her designs had touched their lives. Some even dashed to Kate Spade stores to buy handbags. Business Channel Now Playing: Now Playing Ford Wants the Future of … [Read more...] about Kate Spade was completely detached from her namesake brand at the time of her death, but nostalgic shoppers have flocked to its stores. Here’s what the brand’s future could be.
By Mary Mills Heidbrink, Staff Writer Published 6:22 pm, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Photo: Courtesy Photo Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Margarita Morales Pedraza raised four children on her own after her husband died of cancer when they were both in their mid-30s. Margarita Morales Pedraza raised four children on her own after her husband died of cancer when they were both in their mid-30s. Photo: Courtesy Photo Pedraza raised four children alone after losing her husband to cancer 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Left with four children to raise after her husband died in 1961, Margarita Morales Pedraza was determined to do it right. “She was pretty demanding of us,” her daughter Dora Maria Espiritu said. “She was always watching us … was very strict about our studies and lights out.” … [Read more...] about Pedraza raised four children alone after losing her husband to cancer
[LONDON] The link between property and transport has been perhaps the most durable in human history.Since the ancients, few things have delivered higher land values with more certainty than advances in transport, from roads to canals, railways to highways.It's still "a no-brainer" in the 21st century, says Bridget Buxton. She bought a fixer-upper with her husband in a scruffy part of east London in 2016 because it's a short walk to the high-speed crosstown rail line due to open this year. Prices are up 90 per cent in the past five years for homes like hers, far outpacing the whole city.But now, the dawn of the driverless car-promising a utopia of stress-free commutes, urban playgrounds and the end of parking hassles-threatens to complicate the calculus for anyone buying property."Real estate might be the industry that is most transformed by autonomous vehicles," said David Silver, who teaches self-driving engineering at Udacity Inc., an online university that has … [Read more...] about How a driverless future threatens the iron laws of real estate