Iggy Azalea shares unseen snaps of pregnancy and baby Onyx in touching throwback

Iggy Azalea has unveiled a stunning collection of unseen snaps taken throughout 2020 alongside her baby son Onyx. The rapper confirmed in July that she had welcomed a baby boy with her ex partner Playboi Carti
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Simone Biles' teammates defend her decision to pull out of Olympic finals
Biles' best friend and home gym teammate Jordan Chiles, 20, and gymnast Grace McCallum, 18, spoke about her shock decision on the Today show.
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Jack Beaumont’s rowing father so proud at his son’s success
Peter Beaumont, 56, came fourth in the coxed eight rowing event at the 1988 Olympics.
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Mother left stunned as her 10-year-old son barely fits into her women's size 14 Primark jeans
Rachel Loyns, 29, from Cardiff, took to Facebook to share a photo of her son  Kayden, 10, trying on her Primark jeans, in a bid to show other women that the size on the label isn't always accurate.
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Britons vow to continue flying to Spain despite potentially facing 10 days quarantine
Travellers at Heathrow said any change in the rules 'won't stop us going on holiday' as they prepared to jet to the Mediterranean. Pictured: Melissa Garcia today.
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England to scrap quarantine for fully-jabbed EU and US visitors
Senior UK Government ministers decided to back the plan at a meeting on Wednesday.
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Euphoric Philippines, rewards greet Olympic gold winner home
The rewards, the citations and the nationwide parties are going to have to wait for a week or so
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M&S is planning to launch a same-day clothes delivery service
Perfect for impatient shoppers.
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Milwaukee man who killed 5 family members gets 205 years
A Milwaukee man has been sentenced to 205 years in prison for fatally shooting five members of his family
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Chinese pig farmer sentenced to 18 years for ‘provoking trouble’
Sun Dawu was detained in November with 19 family members and business aides
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Ryan Adams claims he’s ‘months away’ from losing his home after emotional abuse and sexual misconduct allegations
He begged record labels to give him a 'second chance'.
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What are EU playing at? Trigger-happy Brussels sues another 12 states in fresh legal blitz
BRUSSELS has threatened to sue 12 EU countries for failing to transpose agri-food rules into national law.
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Social worker attended 'wedding' of girl, 15, to abuser in series of failings
Anna was forced into 'marriage' to an abusive boyfriend. Her case is one of several in a report that reveals extent of sexual exploitation of children in Bradford
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‘It should be the same as other absence’: What to do if you need to step back from work for your mental health
After Olympian Simone Biles withdrew to ‘focus on her mental health’, Kate Ng speaks to employers and HR managers about how workers can broach the subject of taking time off for their wellbeing
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Microsoft: Global chip shortage will ‘constrain’ Windows and Surface products until next year
It comes as the company is promoting its upcoming operating system, Windows 11, which will require many users to buy new computers
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Tokyo Olympics: Greek commentator fired for racist remark about South Korean athlete
Greece’s state-run broadcaster has fired a sports commentator who made a racist on-air remark about a South Korean athlete competing in the Tokyo Olympics.
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Charlotte Dujardin makes history with sixth podium – British medallists in Tokyo
Tom Dean also became the first British male swimmer to win more than one gold at a single Olympics in 113 years.
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Woman guilty of stealing £4.2m in diamonds from jewellers with sleight-of-hand
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Just Eat raises takeaway charges to as much as £1.99 leaving customers livid
The food delivery service will quadruple its service fees in some cases - mostly if you're ordering from a big name restaurant - and you'll probably still pay a delivery fee on top
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Young bride, 28, kills herself after sham wedding to 'possessive' fraudster
Daniela Stepien, 28, from Burnley, was found dead by suicide on August 8, 2020, after her husband Rezwan Javed, 41, left her. He was previously jailed for one of the UK's biggest insurance frauds.
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Manchester bomber's brother 'refuses to take part in deradicalisation programme'
Hashem Abedi, who helped his brother Salman murder 22 people at Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert, is being held in a "prison within a prison"
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Dani Dyer puts controversies behind her as she enjoys getting glammed up
Dani Dyer looked stunning as she got her hair and makeup done for a photoshoot, which comes after a difficult few weeks for the Love Island star
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The healthy habits that men who want to be dads should adopt
Women are told to lead healthier lifestyles when trying for a baby, but there are things men should do too
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Downing Street Covid briefings excluded deaf BSL users, judge finds
Deaf woman successfully argues that Equality law was breached after government failed to provide interpretersDowning Street’s failure to provide British Sign Language interpreters during live Covid briefings was discriminatory and breached equality legislation, a high court judge has ruled.Kate Rowley, from Leeds, who is profoundly deaf, successfully argued that the government was breaching its obligations to make its broadcasts accessible to deaf people under the Equality Act. Continue reading...
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Woman found guilty over £4.2m heist after diamonds swapped for pebbles
Lulu Lakatos, 60, posed as a gem expert to steal the precious stones using sleight of hand.
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Tokyo 2020: Spain beat Argentina and hosts Japan knock out France to reach quarter-finals
The eight quarter-finalists are now set, with just two more wins required for a medal
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Lil Nas X hits back at claims he's pretending to be gay as a publicity stunt
Lil Nas X recently released the music video for Industry Baby and has been hitting back at any backlash
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Woman guilty of stealing £4,200,000 of diamonds and swapping them with pebbles
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Borussia Dortmund chief drops Haaland hint after Mino Raiola transfer talks
Haaland could leave Borussia Dortmund next season for a cheaper price, but clubs - including Chelsea and Manchester City - aren't certain to wait that long to secure his signature
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World Hepatitis Day: The treatments that can clear the virus in weeks
Campaigners highlight major medical breakthroughs in treating hepatitis C
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Tokyo 2020: ‘Double Olympic champion sounds pretty good’ – Tom Dean savours historic success
Dean won the men’s 200m freestyle before claiming gold in the men’s 4x200m relay
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Nicola Sturgeon tells Scots 'don't go on holiday overseas'
Nicola Sturgeon today told Scots not to go on holiday overseas but admitted that people wanting to see their family do have a 'good reason' to travel.
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Woman turns her Fiat 500 into a tiny campervan - and did it all for just £150
Hannah Hughes wanted a campervan but couldn't afford one as she was saving for a house, so instead she converted her car as she thought it was the next best thing - despite being a Fiat 500
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OK, But Can We Talk About Yusra Mardini’s Olympics Story For A Sec?
You should know the name Yusra Mardini. The 23-year-old is not only impressing in the Tokyo Olympics, but has a seriously awe-inspiring backstory that spans different oceans and continents.Yusra, who is originally from Syria, came third in the Women’s 100m over the weekend, representing a fairly new group – the Refugee Olympic Team. Made up of 11 athletes who now live and train in 13 host countries, this team has been around since the 2016 Olympics in Rio, which was Yusra’s first time competing as a swimmer. Her prowess in the pool was inspired by her dad, who was also a swimmer for the Syrian Olympic team, and raised both of his daughters to love the water. But their training came to a halt when the family were stopped from going to the pool, with dad Ezzat being arrested and beaten up by regime soldiers.Despite wanting to stay in their home in Damascus, the war in Syria encroached on their lives until the family had no choice but to make plans to leave.In 2015, the then 17-year-old and her sister Sarah were told to leave as it was impossible for the whole family to escape together. Yusra’s parents knew people who could get the sisters to Turkey and help them kickstart their new lives. The journey was a treacherous one.Ezzat had trained his daughters to be the best swimmers “on earth” and their skills were tested as they had to rescue a migrant boat by swimming it to safety.Just after Yusra and Sarah had got on a dingy that smugglers had arranged, it started to sink, threatening the lives of the 20 people on board. The boat had been designed to fit only seven. What were we going to do? Let everyone drown? We were pulling and swimming for their lives,Yusra MardiniThe sisters instinctively took to the freezing waters to keep the boat afloat, helped by two other refugees. The group swam for over three hours, towing the boat with rope towards the island of Lesbos in Greece.“We used our legs and one arm each – we held the rope with the other and kicked and kicked. Waves kept coming and hitting me in the eye,” Yusra told Vogue in an interview. “That was the hardest part—the stinging of the salt water. But what were we going to do? Let everyone drown? We were pulling and swimming for their lives.”Their journey didn’t stop there - the sisters then walked from Greece to Germany on foot, before eventually finding a refugee camp in Berlin.It was here Yusra got back into a swimming pool. After hearing about a club training young athletes, she joined the team and a trainer helped the sisters get papers to stay in Germany.Yusra now proudly represents the refugee team and became the youngest Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN refugee agency. While Yusra won’t progress to the next stages of the Butterfly competition, she is proud of her work. “I am so proud of the fact that I am representing 80 million refugees around the world knowing I am sending a message of hope to all of them doing what I love, also showing the world that refugees won’t give up easy and will keep on dreaming even after going through tough journeys,” she wrote on Instagram. “As for my race, I didn’t swim the time I hoped for but my journey isn’t over.”Watch this space.Related...Simone Biles Says Naomi Osaka Inspired Her To 'Focus On My Mental Health'Tom Daley Sends Inspiring Message To LGBTQ+ Community After Olympic Gold WinThe Syrian Girl From 'For Sama' Just Had Her First Day Of School
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Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal table and count: Latest results, prediction total, how it works and odds
Team GB enjoyed another medal haul on day five at the Tokyo Olympics.
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David Harbour admits being married to Lily Allen is a steep learning curve
Stranger Things actor David Harbour moved in with wife Lily Allen and her two children last year and has admitted he is learning a lot from his ready-made family
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Celebrating 120 years of female Olympians with Rebecca Adlington
The celebration continues with one of Team GB's most successful athletes
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India's Rape Scandal viewers are left 'sickened' over death of 19-year-old who was 'gang-raped'
WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENTManisha Valmiki was found by her mother, severely hurt, near the village of Hathras, reported Channel 4's India's Rape Scandal
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Hidden railway station restored to feature Hollywood film set cafe
Cumbria’s Bassenthwaite Lake station, where the last train pulled out in 1966, has been transformed in a two-year project.
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Latest information on tickets for Peter Kay's comeback show in Manchester
The veteran funny man is back in action and here is how you can get your hands on tickets to the gigs for a very special cause.
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What is cookie jarring? The problematic dating behaviour seen on Love Island
‘The cookie feels all safe and snug inside the jar, when really, they don’t know they are one of many options,’ says dating expert
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‘A wild pony stamped on my tent!’: seven readers on their first camping experiences
Many of us are holidaying close to home this year and opting for camping, having never tried it before. Readers recall the cold, wet, wild and wonderful experiences they have had under canvasAfter 18 months of lockdown and seeing nothing but buildings and city life, I needed to get away. I’d dreamed of visiting the Outer Hebrides for years and decided to take the plunge in May 2021, walking and camping solo along the Hebridean Way – my first time camping as an adult. I woke up to stunning beach views and I loved the freedom. But it wasn’t always easy: some nights I had to hold my tent up against the winds at 3am, and carrying all my kit on my back was horrendous at times. But I wouldn’t change a thing. My aim for the trip was to get back in touch with my homeland and endure the camping – but it turns out I love camping! It won’t be long before I’m on my way back to the Outer Hebrides – but with a lighter rucksack and a better inflatable mat this time. Bev Mackenzie, freelance copywriter, Bristol Continue reading...
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Cricket and football fans can watch games and get Covid jabs at the same time
The clinic is open until 7pm this evening (Wednesday July 28)
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Council 'failed to provide education' to boy for 10 months
An investigation found the council had ‘not shown any consideration of the boy’s individual circumstances’
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‘I’m going to kiss her’: Love Island’s Liam Reardon and Lillie Haynes lay out their feelings as Millie Court sees that postcard
Things are heating up in Casa Amor.
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Sky One closing down after nearly 40 years as bosses unveil replacement channel
Sky One will be replaced by Sky Showcase from September which will be used to broadcast what the network deems the best of its content
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Woman accused of stabbing boyfriend to death 'had note saying "f*** all men'
Charlotte Kerr, 35, denies murdering Giovanni Wallace, 29, after the pair argued because she woke him up early on a Sunday morning - Kerr claims she stabbed the father-of-two in self-defence
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