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Kelsey and David: Sweet wedding day moments were Chalco Hills sunset portraits, and cake-cutting | Weddings



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August 8, 2020, Millard Social Hall, Sarah Gudeman Photography

SWEET DREAMS Kelsey Stewart and David Kirk met at a friend’s annual April costume party. “Lucky for me that year’s party was pajama-themed. Otherwise David wouldn’t have made an appearance,” Kelsey says. Friends got the ball rolling by taking them to bingo night at a bar in Blackstone. They exchanged numbers and started dating later that spring.



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NO NAGGING The day David proposed, they had taken a morning walk through freshly fallen snow at Gene Leahy Mall and then went out for a pizza lunch. That night, David came into the living room and Kelsey scolded him for not turning off his video game. “He still loved me enough to pop the question,” Kelsey says. “He said he couldn’t promise that all of our days would be as nice as that one was but he’d

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Larry David Marries Girlfriend Ashley Underwood in Intimate Wedding

Larry David is a married man. A source confirms to ET that The Curb Your Enthusiasm star tied the knot with girlfriend Ashley Underwood. The source says the wedding was an intimate affair on Wednesday evening.

“Larry and Ashley got married! He’s a very happy man right now,” ET’s source shares. People was first to report the news.

David and Underwood were introduced by Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher at Cohen’s birthday party in 2017, the 73-year-old comedian revealed in a New York Times interview. Underwood was a producer on Cohen’s Showtime series, Who Is America?

“We were seated next to each other, I think with that in mind,” he shared. “Much to her surprise I left before dessert. I was doing so well, banter-wise, I didn’t want to risk staying too long and blowing the good impression.”

The comedian and his lady love moved in together in 2019,

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Former Bermuda batsman David Hemp appointed Pakistan women’s coach

Pakistan have hired former Bermuda batsman David Hemp as the head coach of the national women’s side. He takes over from Iqbal Imam, who was temporarily working in the role. Hemp is the second foreigner roped in by the PCB to take charge of the women’s cricket team after New Zealander Mark Coles, who spent two years in the job before resigning in October last year. Since then, the PCB had been bringing in local coaches to fill the vacancy on a series-by-series basis.

Hemp, 49, is presently based in Australia and has worked with Melbourne Stars and Victoria in the Women’s Big Bash League between 2015 and 2020. As a cricketer, he played 271 first-class matches and scored over 15,000 runs for Glamorgan, Free State and Warwickshire. He represented Bermuda at international level, scoring 641 runs in 22 ODI innings that included a century and four half-centuries.

Hemp is

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Malta lets Prince George keep shark tooth gift from David Attenborough

Veteran environmental broadcaster Attenborough found the fossil during a family vacation to Malta in the late 1960s, Kensington Palace said, and gave it to George last week.

The tooth, which once belonged to a megalodon, is believed to be about 23 million years old.

The gift raised questions in the Mediterranean nation, prompting Maltese Culture Minister Jose Herrera to say that the tooth should be in a local museum and promising to “set the ball rolling” on getting it back.

David Attenborough gave Prince George a fossilized shark tooth. Malta says it wants it back

But the government poured cold water on the plan Tuesday.

A ministry spokesperson told CNN: “Further to the initial remarks as reported in the Maltese media, Minister Herrera would like to reiterate that no action was initiated or will be taken on the issue.”

Neither the Royal Family nor representatives for Attenborough commented to CNN on the controversy.

Many countries now ban tourists from removing fossils or shells from their

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David Attenborough’s Gift to Prince George Has Sparked Controversy

From Marie Claire

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William released photos over the weekend of the Cambridges meeting environmentalist David Attenborough.
  • Attenborough gave Prince George a prehistoric shark tooth, which he found in Malta in the 1960s.
  • Maltese culture minister José Herrera raised questions about whether the tooth should be returned to Malta.

When Kensington Palace released photos of the Cambridges meeting David Attenborough over the weekend, they revealed a gift given by Attenborough to Prince George: a prehistoric shark tooth from the long-extinct Carcharocles megalodon. “Sir David found the tooth on a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s, embedded in the island’s soft yellow limestone which was laid down during the Miocene period some 23 million years ago,” a post on the official @kensingtonpalace Instagram account read.

The gift, however, has sparked controversy, with Maltese officials questioning whether the tooth was ever Attenborough’s to give. Indeed, the British

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Why Prince George Might Have To Give Back His Gift From David Attenborough

Although Britain’s Prince George celebrated his seventh birthday on July 22, David Attenborough seemingly gifted him a belated present last week– a prehistoric shark tooth. However, it appears Prince Willam and Kate Middleton’s eldest son may have to return his newly acquired gift.

On Sunday, Kensington Palace announced that Attenborough, a historian and naturalist, had visited the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children earlier in the week for an outdoor screening of his upcoming film, “David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet.”

When Attenborough arrived at the royal residence, he wasn’t empty-handed. The palace shared photos of Attenborough with William, Kate, and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis on Instagram. In two of the photos, George can be seen holding on to a large shark tooth.

“When they met, Sir David gave Prince George a tooth from a giant shark, the scientific name of

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