The actress, 35, jetted off with her husband Adam Crofts for the sunshine break six months after getting married. (Image: Instagram)(Image: Instagram)Tina and Adam took advantage of the coastal town's signature tipple Lemonchello at dinner and took in the electric blue caves of the popular tourist attraction Blue Grotto. Tina was also spotted holding a glass of bubbles as they explored the caves, with Adam holding on to her hand. (Image: Instagram)(Image: Instagram)(Image: Instagram)Tina and Adam rang in 2019 by tying the knot at the quirky boutique hotel King Street Townhouse in Manchester. After their wedding Tina and Adam stayed at the luxurious Gilpin Hotel & Lake House, close to Lake Windemere, where rooms cost around £250-per-night.
June 15, 2019 14:31 UTC
You'll readjust yourself several times to get it right, changing everything from your stance to your expression and the angle of the camera. But if you're looking for a signature pose to adopt, there's a new one currently sweeping everyone's Instagram feeds - and even celebrities are loving it. The flattering new pose is known as 'The Flamingo', because it involves flaunting your stuff while balanced on one leg. This involved posing with one hand on their head, as if they were suffering from a migraine. And let's not forget the 'Baby Giraffe' pose where you stood with one foot forward and one foot slightly behind, on tippy toes as if you're coming off a step.
June 15, 2019 14:29 UTC
Despite the narrow margin of victory, head coach Phil Neville was far happier with his side's performance. But just as a growing feeling was sweeping the Stade Oceane that this would be a night of frustration, Taylor struck. It came when England broke up one of a handful of Argentine attacks. The ball broke to Scott and England charged forward. I've got to admire that south American trait – win at all costs, trying anything to win – I admire that.
June 15, 2019 14:19 UTC
It guarantees Ireland a place in next October’s direct Olympic qualifiers and they can strengthen their case for a crucial home date if they win Sunday’s final. Ireland survived two chances in that phase but soon started to carve openings with Deirdre Duke and Anna O’Flanagan going close. Three minutes later, Zoe Wilson’s shot from another corner variation took a heavy defensive deflection and Ireland were 2-0 up. He started the scoring in the second minute before the Scots fought back to level at 1-1 soon after. But Shane O’Donoghue and Magee put daylight between the sides and Michael Robson made the game safe with 20 minutes to go.
June 15, 2019 14:15 UTC
KT Tunstall has said it is “really special” to be performing at the Isle of Wight festival after more than a decade since she was last on the bill. KT Tunstall has said it is “really special” to be performing at the Isle of Wight festival after more than a decade since she was last on the bill. George Ezra is the headliner on Saturday, with Rick Astley, Bastille and Fatboy Slim also set to take to the main stage. “It’s a beautiful festival and I really like the British festivals that have a great rock-and-roll history of having legends playing on the main stages. Sunday’s line-up on the Isle of Wight will include Madness, Jess Glynne and former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft, before concluding with headliners Biffy Clyro, whose set festival organiser John Giddings has said people will be able to “see from the moon”.
June 15, 2019 13:52 UTC
A veteran republican who opposed the peace process died “unrepentant”, hundreds of mourners in West Belfast were told. Billy McKee, who died on Tuesday aged 97, was a founding member of the Provisional IRA. Large crowds attended Billy McKee’s funeral (Brian Lawless/PA)Some mourners lit candles in his memory. The Belfast-based Provisional IRA demurred from the leftward shift and was to eclipse the rest of the organisation. The address said: “He was involved in all levels of the republican movement carrying the fight to the Brits.”He engaged with the British Government during the IRA ceasefire of 1975.
June 15, 2019 13:52 UTC
The mother of Love Island star Maura Higgins has warned viewers not to be too quick to judge as they haven't seen the real her yet. The mother of Love Island star Maura Higgins has warned viewers not to be too quick to judge as they haven't seen the real her yet. 'She never got plastic surgery ever' - Maura Higgins' mother defends her daughter on Love IslandSharon Higgins said she had found the online reaction to her daughter "funny". She said her daughter had received lip fillers, but that was the height of any cosmetic work she had done. They're going through friends and they're going through everything and they're speculating and they're coming up with absolute rubbish."
June 15, 2019 13:18 UTC
“They had him on the ventilator, and they had a tube in his mouth,” Brooks, one of another four sisters, was quoted saying by CBS. She said both sisters looked at the man who had been admitted under the name of John Doe but "couldn't identify this as my brother". Brooks told CBS the confused sisters tried to contest the man was their brother but were told the Chicago Police Department (CPU) had identified him as such. The patient's condition soon started deteriorating, so the sisters - said to be rarely in touch with their brother - signed the papers to take him off life support. The US news outlet reported the hospital said the family had identified the man as their brother.
June 15, 2019 13:15 UTC
Heads will roll after JJ Hough's pub in Banagher gets a bad Pub Spy rating...NEVER let it be said that the Sunday World doesn’t respond to criticism from its readers. Last week, an Offaly pub managed to go viral with their video response to a negative review in the Sunday World’s world-famous ‘Pub Spy’ column. The renowned reviewer gave JJ Houghs in Banagher, Co Offaly, just two out of five stars and criticised the pub’s concrete floor. However, in a witty video response, publican Ger Hough points out that the pub is a heritage site that dates back to an old “14th Century Monastery." He jokingly decides to smash a sledgehammer into the ancient floor of the Offaly pub before destroying other priceless historical artefacts.
June 15, 2019 13:07 UTC
The video shows the pair clinging to the train as it moves between stations at around 3.23pm on Friday, June 14. (Image: Facebook)She said she considered pulling the passenger alarm to alert the driver, but was worried that stopping the train so suddenly could cause the boys to fall off. (Image: Facebook)"I thought, if they fall and die, no one will be able to get home. We were going to press the alarm but thought if the train stopped suddenly, it might cause them to fall off also." (Image: Facebook)DLR trains are driverless, operating on a computerised system, but train attendants do travel on board and can operate the train manually if needed.
June 15, 2019 13:05 UTC
Four table knives concealed in a knee brace were confiscated from a British woman at Boston Logan AirportA British woman has been caught trying to smuggle table knives onto a plane by concealing them in a knee brace. The London woman was caught at Boston Logan Airport when tying to board a plane to Paris. She arrived at the security checkpoint in a wheelchair and placed her knee brace onto the X-ray monitor. Transport Security Administration officers called for a closer look at the brace after spotting unusual objects on the monitor. However, it would appear the security officers did not find it funny when they found four table knives concealed in the knee brace.
June 15, 2019 12:56 UTC
Joe Root feels like England are 'on a roll' at the World Cup, despite question marks over the fitness of Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy. A comprehensive eight-wicket success over the West Indies on Friday made it three wins from four for the tournament hosts, with inviting fixtures against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka to come next week. Captain Eoin Morgan limped from the field while England were fielding at the Hampshire Bowl'There's so many good things to come from this game too. We talk about momentum in competitions like this and it's nice to feel like we're getting on a bit of a roll. 'It was nice to pick up some wickets, but I probably burgled them rather than out-skilled them,' he said.
June 15, 2019 12:56 UTC
Filming for the highly anticipated second series of The Young Offenders is underway in Cork and PJ Gallagher is struggling. Filming for the highly anticipated second series of The Young Offenders is underway in Cork and PJ Gallagher is struggling. 'The hardest thing is wearing a moustache and a ridiculous haircut for months' - PJ Gallagher filming second series of The Young OffendersThe actor and comedian plays school principal Barry, who sports a quirky moustache and perm-like hairstyle, which Gallagher is forced to wear in real life throughout the summer shoot. "The hardest thing about filming is wearing this moustache and this ridiculous haircut for a few months," he tells The Herald. Read more: 'We were trying to hide Santa costumes' - Hilary Rose on filming Young Offenders Christmas Special on the streets of CorkThe young contender... Cork actor Chris WalleyOnline Editors
June 15, 2019 12:56 UTC
Boss Shelley Kerr stressed Scotland would not “park the bus” against top teams after they suffered their second defeat in Group D at the Women’s World Cup. It was put to Kerr afterwards that there had been some questioning of her tactics, and she was asked if, in hindsight, there was anything she would have done differently. Shelley Kerr knows her side have been the underdogs (Richard Sellers/PA)Kerr said: “I think there won’t be many teams ranked 20th who play against a team ranked seventh and previously, in England, third that run them so close. Captain Rachel Corsie (left) needs to lift her players (Richard Sellers/PA)They went 1-0 down on Friday in the 23rd minute when Japan made the most of a mistake by Scotland captain Rachel Corsie, with Mana Iwabuchi firing in. “Now the Japan game is gone, we need to get three points against Argentina, which will be tough as well.”- Press Association
June 15, 2019 12:45 UTC
A MOTHER who suffered 13 miscarriages before having a baby girl has thanked fertility experts for making her "little miracle" possible. A MOTHER who suffered 13 miscarriages before having a baby girl has thanked fertility experts for making her "little miracle" possible. Undated family handout photo of baby Ivy, now aged nine months Photo credit: Family handout/PA Wire"It affected me in a lot of ways. "But then Prof Quenby sat down with us and said she had treated one or two women with CHI successfully. "It's hard to think it will be OK, because I still had other symptoms, like bleeding," said Mrs Worsley.
June 15, 2019 12:22 UTC