Британская топ-модель Стелла Теннант скончалась в возрасте 50 лет, написала газета The Guardian со ссылкой на ее семью.
«С величайшей печалью мы сообщаем о внезапной смерти Стеллы Теннант 22 декабря 2020 года. Стелла была чудесной женщиной и вдохновением для всех нас. Нам будет ее очень не хватать», — говорится в заявлении.
Родные модели попросили все уважительно отнестись к их частной жизни. Детали прощания будут объявлены позже.
Теннант родилась в семье потомственных аристократов и начала карьеру модели в 1990-х. Она считается музой известного модельера Карла Лагерфельда.
Kate Lawler looked radiant as she shared a collection of snaps of her growing baby bump to her Instagram Story on Monday night.
The Big Brother star, 40, revealed that she was five weeks away from giving birth as she commented on the 'size of her bump'.
Kate looked radiant as she posed in a black bralette and matching underwear for the collection of photos.
The star displayed her growing baby bump as she pulled a different collection of poses in front of a mirror.
Kate styled her blonde locks into a sweptback low ponytail, she added just a slick of make-up.
Captioning the snaps, she penned: 'Five weeks to go!' and 'I can't believe the size of my bump' followed by a crying laughing emoji.
It comes after Kate shared an update on her pregnancy as she revealed she was being forced to isolate after coming into contact with someone who was Covid positive.
The Big Brother star stripped down to her underwear as she shared a snap of her burgeoning baby bump earlier this month.
Revealing her anxieties ahead of the birth, Kate told her followers she was currently having to self-isolate with her her fiancé Martin, also known as Boj.
Reflecting on her pregnancy in the lengthy post, Kate wrote: 'I know I'm 8 months pregnant but I still can't believe we're doing this!
'Every time I look in the mirror I'm in love with my bump, but I'm still not over the fact it's actually happening and in five and a half weeks, our little human will be here.'
Kate went on to discuss the turbulent time she has been having, which included her partner being refused entry to a scan and the possibility that he may not be able to join her for the birth of their daughter.
She said: 'The past 7 days have been a rollercoaster of emotions starting with a hospital scan last Wednesday, where we were told Boj could come the day before, but when we arrived he wasn't allowed in due to Covid restrictions.
'I then spoke to a consultant via video link on Monday who informed me there is a possibility that Boj won't be allowed to attend the birth in February. This was followed by the lockdown announcement from Boris.'
Revealing she has come into contact with someone who has tested positive and has been forced to isolate at home, Kate added:
'Now today, we've both been pinged by our NHS test and trace apps saying we've come into contact with somebody who's tested positive for the virus and we both have to self-isolate.
'It's one of those weeks where everything seems to be happening at once I guess and I really am trying to stay positive but it's difficult.
'If you've had to go through any pregnancy scans or part of your labour without a loved one by your side, my heart goes out to you.
'For the women who've had to give birth without their birth partner due to this awful virus, I know that having a beautiful little human in your arms at the end of it made it all worth while but it doesn't take away the fact that you had to go through such an experience without that one person there you wanted.
'This week I've heard of an abdominal birth AND a home-birth being cancelled and I can't imagine how those mums-to-be are feeling right now but if you're in the same boat I'm sending you all the love and strength. To be told you can't give birth the way you want to must be heartbreaking.
'I'm hopeful the law won't change if cases/deaths increase over the next five weeks and we'll be allowed to welcome our daughter into the world, together. Also fingers crossed, we don't develop symptoms between now and then.'
Finishing the post on a positive note, she concluded: 'Sending so much love and thanks for your messages and support over the past few days, I've been overwhelmed by your kindness and apologies if I don't reply to everyone it's just impossible. Xx #33weekspregnant #lockdown2021.'
Earlier this week Kate shared her worries that Martin may not be able to attend the birth of their child due to rising Covid-19 cases.
Kate tearfully admitted in a video shared to her Instagram stories that she is 'terrified' at the thought of having to 'go it alone'.
She explained that she was warned by her obstetrician that 'there is a chance' her partner might not be able to go to hospital with her amid the coronavirus crisis.
A teary-eyed Kate told her followers: 'I've been crying, that's why I look like death.
'So I've just got off the phone with my obstetrician, we were talking about the birth and my abdominal birth has been booked in, six weeks from today I'm going to have it.
'But because of Covid cases on the rise there's a chance that Boj might not be able to come to hospital with me and I might have to go it alone.'
She went on to explain that she has a 'huge fear of childbirth' and said she is 'upset' at the thought of welcoming her baby 'without the person I love holding my hand'.
Kate continued: 'So first of all, my heart goes out to any woman who's had to give birth without their partner there.
'As someone who has a huge fear of childbirth, the idea of giving birth to my baby alone without the person I love there holding my hand is just terrifying.
'It's just not for me, it's not what I want. So of course I'm upset, but there's nothing we can do.'
Kate scheduled an elective abdominal birth on the NHS due to her fear of spontaneous births.
The NHS website states that having a birth partner present is currently allowed as long as 'they do not have symptoms of coronavirus'.
But it adds that there 'may be limits' on the amount of time the person is allowed to stay for after the birth.
The NHS website explains: 'Having a birth partner is important for your safety and wellbeing during labour and birth.
'You'll be able to have a birth partner during labour and the birth if they do not have symptoms of coronavirus. But there may be limits on how long they can stay after the birth.
'If your birth partner has symptoms, they may not be able to come with you. You might want to have a backup birth partner just in case.'
But during the first national lockdown, many women were forced to give birth alone as many partners were not allowed to attend the hospital.
Kate confirmed her pregnancy in September, two years after announcing her engagement to Martin.
He rose to fame in the late 1990s as one-fifth of the legendary boy band NSYNC.
And in an interview with Australia's Today Extra, Lance Bass weighed in on the 'Free Britney' movement - a fan campaign fighting for the Toxic hitmaker's independence from a legal conservatorship.
'I definitely feel for her,' the 41-year-old said on Tuesday. 'We should definitely listen to her, and if she wants out of this conservatorship with her dad controlling it, then we should listen to her.'
After a very public breakdown in 2008, Britney's father Jamie Spears was appointed the conservator of her estate and finances, but last year he stepped down and placed her care manager Jodi Montgomery as the temporary conservator.
Lance, who is married to actor Michael Turchin, said he doesn't know 'the specifics of her situation and if she should be out of a conservatorship.'
'But I do trust her sister, Jamie Lynne,' he added of Britney's 29-year-old sister, 'and as long as Jamie Lynn is cool with whatever she's doing, I mean, I have to be.'
Lance, who shot to fame around the same time as Britney, also noted that her experience with stardom was vastly different to his.
'Being a female is definitely different. Being at such a young age. Also I had my best friends in my group (NSYNC), so it was easier to deal with. She was just a solo act.
'She had everything riding on her shoulders, the whole world was either against her or for her and that's a lot to take in,' he added.
Britney's father Jaime has previously dismissed the 'Free Britney Spears' movement as a 'joke', telling PageSix: 'All these conspiracy theorists don't know anything. The world don't have a clue.'
'It's up to the court of California to decide what's best for my daughter. It's no one else's business,' he added.
Meanwhile, Britney's lawyers said in a statement published by TMZ in September: 'Britney herself is vehemently opposed to this effort by her father to keep her legal struggle hidden away in the closet as a family secret.'
They added: 'Far from being a conspiracy theory or a "joke" as James [Jamie] reportedly told the media, in large part this scrutiny is a reasonable and even predictable result of James' aggressive use of the sealing procedure over the years to minimize the amount of meaningful information made available to the public.'
He's the hunky former Bachelor star who often shows off his rippling abs and bulging biceps on social media.
And on Thursday, Tim Robards delighted his fans when he introduced them to his younger brother, James Robards, 26.
The 38-year-old shared a series of snaps of the genetically-blessed siblings posing shirtless with their father, and the family resemblance was hard to miss.
'Dad putting us boys in our place,' Tim captioned the post.
In one image, Tim and James looked the spitting image of each other as flaunted their buff biceps and toned abs.
In another image, the duo laughed in the background as their dad showed off his own muscles.
James wore a pair of navy boardshorts while Tim opted for a striped pair and their dad wore bright blue swimwear.
This is not the first time James has made an appearance on his famous brother's social media account.
Several photos see the handsome pair working on their fitness.
The brothers also compare their muscle definition, with one particular Instagram snap featuring the two flexing.
A quick look on James' Instagram account reveals that the hunky sibling is based in Newcastle.
And according to his LinkedIn account, James studied marketing at Newcastle University and is currently a disability support worker.