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Kelly Ripa discusses beauty regime as she steps out for Andy Cohen interview'Botox has changed my life. It's cut my getting ready time in half.'The star has previously been up front about her habits…Continue
Kate Middleton chooses Princess Margaret's favourite Lotus Flower tiaraThe Duchess of Cambridge showcased the Lotus Flower tiara once owned by the Queen Mother and a favourite of Princess Margaret…Continue
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Knut Sundbeck 1883
Knut Sundbeck (1883 1967)Sundbeck helped design the Fram new engine in 1909 that was to replace the old steam engine. He participated in Roald Amundsen's Fram Expedition as engineer and head of the engine room. He had the same job on Amundsen's Maud Expedition.
Knut Sundbeck was born 13 January in Lidk in Sweden and worked for AB Diesel Motorer in Stockholm where the engine for the third Fram Expedition to Antarctica was constructed…Continue
Kelly gun murder accused joins his RIRA prison pals
THE man charged with the murder of gang boss Eamon Kelly will spend Christmas with his Real IRA pals after he was moved to the notorious 'E' landing of Portlaoise Prison.
The Herald can reveal that Sean Connolly (34) was granted the move this week after prison chiefs decided his life was no longer under threat.
However, after gathering intelligence and speaking to prisoners on the 'E' landing, Portlaoise bosses decided…Continue
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7th March 2016Fact: The world's hottest royal couple are heading for the slopes. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have jetted off to the French Alps, where they posed for their first family portrait since Christmas (15). Royal photographer John Stillwell captured Prince William, his wife and the couple's kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the big chill. In another shot, the royal mum and dad showed off their playful side in the snow.
"I'd kill for a set of Elizabethan pearls!' enthuses the jewellery collector Christina Jansen, casting her mind back to what first ignited her passion for jewellery.
The catalyst was an exhibition in the mid 1990s of Tudor and Elizabethan portraits at the Tate. 'It was an eye opener: all those detailed portraits by Holbein and the miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard dripped with jewellery,' says Jansen.
'I learnt so much. Emeralds and rubies were being mined…Continue