Childhood abuse survivor Lauren says she can’t listen to country music because that’s what her mother and stepfather played to drown out her screaming.
A stunning family photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Berlin Tegel Airport with their children in tow was released on Wednesday by Kensington Palace. “Do widzenia Polsko! Thank you for all of your wonderful hospitality throughout # RoyalVisitPoland. We had a fantastic time!” The family captioned next to the adorable snap, as they continued their Royal tour of Poland and Germany. Although George, 3, and Charlotte, 2, appeared a little shy as they walked down the tarmac, Kate and William made a striking couple, both accessorizing different shades of blue. William kept it classy in a dark navy suit and light blue tie while Kate opted for a waist-fitted royal blue Catherine Walker coat dress that featured two self-covered buttons, three-quarter sleeves, shawl lapels and a pleated skirt. She complemented her look with towering Gianvito Rossi heels and a pulled-back ‘do! The children colour-coordinated with their parents -George was dressed in traditional dark blue shorts and a light shirt while Charlotte opted for a white-and-blue print baby doll dress and a solid blue bow hair clip while (little Charlotte took a bit of a tumble at the top of the steps as she prepared to board the private plane, but continued forward like a trooper!) We’re loving the shades of blue! What do you think? ALSO SEE: William’s most candid interview ever. Click through the gallery for an ongoing look at official family photos released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
The infant was found near the Magpie and Stump pub in Towyn, North Wales, at 7.15am last Tuesday. In a video on the North Wales Police website, midwife Louise says: "We are concerned for the health of mum and want to ensure that she is provided with the medical support she needs.
A Singaporean woman has been rescued by Filipino authorities after being kidnapped in the Philippines, said a report by The Philippine Daily Inquirer. The woman, identified as Wu Yan, was at Solaire Resort and Casino in Pasay City where she was forcibly taken by three men and a woman. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) and the Philippine National Police carried out an operation on Tuesday (18 July) to nab a group of 45 kidnappers, who were all foreign nationals.
Surcharges for customers who pay for goods and services by credit card will be banned, said the government. New rules will forbid companies from charging up to 20% more for purchases that span flights to takeaway food just for paying with a credit card. The surcharges are commonly levied by businesses against customers who pay by card or use other services such as PayPal and Apple Pay.