February 19, 2016 - 10:25 GMT hellomagazine.com Nicky Hilton has given the first glimpse of her baby bump, one mother after confirming her pregnancy Nicky Hilton Rothschild has given a glimpse of her baby bump while attending New York Fashion Week. The 32-year-old heiress stepped out in a form-fitting blue lace dress that hugged her burgeoning tummy – the first time it has really been on display. Nicky Hilton gave the first proper glimpse of her baby bump at the J. Mendel fashion show Nicky, who is herself a fashion designer, confirmed her pregnancy in mid-January, with a source telling People that she is " very excited to become a mum ". James Rothschild . The couple tied the knot at The Orangery in Kensington Palace Gardens in July 2015, and they are both "over the moon" at the prospect of becoming parents. Paris Hilton . Speaking at the amfAR Gala in New York last week, the 35-year-old said she can't wait to become an auntie, but said she couldn't reveal the sex of the child because she is totally in the dark. Her tummy was barely visible just a few days earlier, on 16 February "(Nicky) is so tiny right now, you can't even tell (she's pregnant)," Paris told People . "Usually you can tell with the size if it's maybe a boy or a girl, but we have no idea – and they want it to be a surprise." "They’re like a prince and princess." … [Read more...] about Nicky Hilton shows off her baby bump
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January 28, 2016 - 13:45 GMT Gemma Strong Pregnant Nicky Hilton Rothschild looks every bit a stylish mum-to-be in New York With a dream wardrobe at her disposal, Nicky Hilton was always going to be a stylish mum-to-be – and she proved her fashion credentials as she stepped out in snowy New York this week. The pregnant socialite wrapped up against the cold in a sheepskin coat, jeans and heeled boots as she strolled along the streets on Wednesday, a Louis Vuitton bag over her shoulder. pregnant with her first child . The heiress tied the knot with financier James Rothschild at The Orangery in Kensington Palace Gardens in July 2015, and now her aunt Kyle Richards has confirmed the news in a sit-down interview with E! . VIEW GALLERY Nicky Hilton looked stylish as she stepped out in New York "Nicky's pregnant, and she's the first of the cousins to have a baby, so we're all really excited," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said. " I can't wait to see what that baby is going to look like. It's going to be gorgeous ." People that Nicky and James were expecting their first baby – thought to be due in the summer. "Nicky is very excited to become a mum. She's feeling great,' the source said, before adding: "They've just begun telling close friends and family. Nicky and James are over the moon! " VIEW GALLERY Nicky and husband James Rothschild are expected to welcome their baby in the summer Speaking shortly before Nicky and James' wedding, her big sister Paris Hilton said the couple were a match made in heaven. "They're so loyal and they're so in love. They're like a prince and princess," said the 34-year-old, who acted as maid of honour at the nuptials. I think that's the meaning of life: to get married and have a family. " … [Read more...] about Mum-to-be Nicky Hilton looks stylish in New York
February 25, 2021 - 11:46 GMT Sophie Hamilton How to organise your fridge correctly to prevent food poisoning and food wastage. Essential kitchen tips on where fish, meat, fruit, vegetables and dairy should be stored Since the pandemic started, we've all spent a LOT of time in our kitchens. You know the drill… you get in from the supermarket, hands heavily sanitised and now breathing freely after wearing your mask. You may or may not wipe down the shopping (won't miss this) and start packing it all away. When it comes to organising your food and drinks in the fridge, do you have a system – and is it correct? A well-organised fridge prevents food poisoning and helps stop food wastage. Tap Warehouse have put together a guide to how to correctly organise your fridge. See if your system is right below… MORE: Joe Wicks' roasted vegetable soup recipe is our kind of lunch! Loading the player... WATCH: This TikTok wrap hack went viral Raw meat, fish and poultry It’s important raw meat, fish, and poultry are stored on the bottom shelf of your fridge to stop them from dripping onto other foods and contaminating them. Shockingly, Tap Warehouse’s research revealed that a staggering 40% of Brits do not store their raw meat, poultry, and fish on this shelf. MORE: 22 of the best kitchen gadgets that will revolutionise the way you cook Louise Roberts, Director of Food Safety Company, Alimenti, says by not storing raw meat on the bottom shelf, "blood and other fluids which may contain high levels of pathogens could drip onto the ready to eat food and contaminate the food with pathogens." She adds: "If consumed without any further treatment, such as cooking, the ready-to-eat food may cause illness." MORE: 54 best meal delivery services in the UK: Mindful Chef, Gousto & more Fruit and vegetables Fruit and vegetables that need to be refrigerated should be … [Read more...] about How to correctly organise your fridge – is your system right?
HoodCelebrityy Photo: Rick Kern/WireImage In the cultural spaces from which dancehall music gets its name, women are usually the center of attention. The Jamaican genre’s digital rhythms are calibrated to inspire female bodies to wine , as the vigorous gyration of the waist is known across the Caribbean, and the lyrics to gyal tunes like Tony Matterhorn’s “Dutty Wine” and Mr. Vegas’s “Bruk It Down” echo this connection, calling out ladies-only instructions. The living embodiment of this culture, as seen through the years in music videos from Chaka Demus & Pliers’ “Murder She Wrote” to Rihanna’s “Work,” are the so-called dancehall queens: acrobatic dancers in go-go boots, fishnets, and “batty rider” shorts who run the floor at Kingston street parties and diaspora nightclubs with splits, head-top plants, and other feats of flexibility. Yet dancehall, the music genre, has long minimized female voices, relegating women artists to a peripheral role. This, finally, is changing. In Jamaica, where the current generation of male dancehall acts have struggled to replicate the crossover appeal of aughts icon Sean Paul, or the cult status of the currently jailed but still hugely popular and influential Vybz Kartel , women like Spice, Shenseea and Ishawna are keeping the genre fresh, provocative and relatable. “Females are definitely taking over this male-dominated business,” says Grace Hamilton, better known as Spice, the brash, blue-wigged diva behind bashment party essentials like 2014’s “So Mi Like It” and a new addition to the cast of VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta . (She’s recently taken up part-time residence in Georgia, while maintaining her home, and presence, in Jamaica). “Back in the days, you only had one female that was reigning. But it’s not like that now. If you called Jamaica and [asked] who are the top artists right now, I’m sure my name has to come up. And a lot of other females, who are doing extremely well.” Kingston isn’t … [Read more...] about Women Are Keeping Dancehall Fresh
Director and screenwriter Amy Heckerling Photo: Walter McBride/Getty Images The famously private director Amy Hecklering hasn’t yet commented on the allegations in Chris Kattan’s recent memoir that he was coerced into having sex with her during the production of A Night at the Roxbury , but her daughter Mollie is now speaking up. Earlier this week, “ Page Six” reported on allegations made in Kattan’s new book, Baby, Don’t Hurt Me , in which he claims that Lorne Michaels pressured him to sleep with Heckerling to ensure her involvement in A Night at the Roxbury . Kattan alleges that after he initially rejected Heckerling’s advances, Michaels called him the next day, upset that Heckerling was possibly going to back out of the project. He then allegedly told Kattan that Paramount wouldn’t make the movie without Heckerling as director and instructed Kattan to “keep Amy happy.” “Chris, I’m not saying you have to fuck her, but it wouldn’t hurt,” Michaels supposedly said in a phone conversation with Kattan. SNL denied the allegations. “This did not happen,” a rep told “Page Six,” adding that the show was never contacted by the publisher to verify Kattan’s claims. Mollie then posted a statement to Twitter in which she recounted her memory of her mother’s relationship to Kattan. “I saw no evidence of her seeing, or even talking to Chris Kattan during pre-production; rather, she was working vigorously with Steve Koren every day to help improve the script,” she tweeted. “During the actual shoot, she and Chris became close and he would call our house EVERY NIGHT to talk to her for hours about how he felt like he wasn’t getting the best sketches on SNL. She and Chris started having an affair but, as far as I know, it wasn’t until shooting was well under way.” She went on to describe how the relationship affected her mother’s well-being: “Chris told her that when he informed Lorne Michael’s that they were seeing each other, Lorne said, ‘What do … [Read more...] about Amy Heckerling’s Daughter Responds to Chris Kattan’s Claims of Sexual Coercion
Photo: Rob DeMartin/Spotify It’s been just over two years since Spotify cannonballed into podcasting, marking its spendy February 2019 acquisitions of Gimlet Media and Anchor as a splashy first step in the company’s expansionary transition from a music streaming platform towards something that’s significantly more than that. It was a scaling up of ambition, one that founder and CEO Daniel Ek conceptually outlined in a blog post titled “Audio-First” published at the time. As has been chronicled at length in this newsletter, that transition went on to include a string of further acquisitions (Parcast, The Ringer, Megaphone), a steady drumbeat of buzzy content partnerships (Joe Rogan, the Obamas, Kim Kardashian, etc.), and a bevvy of product experiments that poke at the edges of the current on-demand audio experience (playlists, vodcasts, talk-music mixes, etc.). The past two years are abundant with Spotify-filled headlines, and they collectively exert the feel of a show of force. But the piecemeal nature of the story also sometimes led to a lack of clarity over how the company intended to structurally reshape the digital audio business as we know it and reinvent itself as a platform that, in Ek’s words, will “begin competing more broadly for time against all forms of entertainment and informational services, and not just music streaming services.” I keep seeing the shiny individual pieces, but I’m curious as to how they think it’s all supposed to fit together. Yesterday’s hour and a half-long livestream presentation didn’t quite give me that full picture I was hoping for, but it does feel like we’re getting closer. Plus, the event also gave me the opportunity to jump on the phone with several executives at the company who I could pelt a few questions at. There was a lot that was announced yesterday, but I’m going to organize this write-up around three main buckets and lump a bunch of remaining threads in a miscellaneous section. Spotify’s already … [Read more...] about Key Podcast Takeaways from Spotify’s Big Event