Grand Party Hotel viewers left in tears as bride dies from terminal cancer just two months after her wedding

GRAND Party Hotel viewers were left in tears as a bride died just two months after her wedding.

After an emotional episode, a tribute appeared on screen dedicated to one of the hotel’s guests Kaylea who tragically died just a few short weeks after her wedding at the hotel was filmed.

Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her life


Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her lifeCredit: BBC

The BBC One show that takes viewers behind the scenes of Liverpool’s Shankly Hotel and shares the poignant stories of the guests, paid tribute to Mark and Kaylea who tied the knot during the show.

The couple, who had been together for 14 years, made the heartbreaking decision to bring their wedding forward after Kaylea was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

During the moving episode Kaylea said she had been through “hell on earth” as doctors told her there was nothing more

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How a 20-year-old made a six-figure income in just a few months

A young entrepreneur has revealed how he’s earning as much $100,000 a month through his e-commerce businesses.

At the age of 14, Lukas Tsimopoulos, from Adelaide, South Australia started selling products on eBay after being ‘driven out of boredom’ during school hours, which he continued to do for a few years.

What started as a distraction to pass time turned into passion and profit, as Lukas learnt the key to what makes an online business successful and how to sell products well.

The now 20-year-old has built multiple online brands that have together made more than six figures in profit, but the most popular is his beauty and health outlet that focuses on different skincare products from overseas. 

With his successful track record, Lukas is currently on track to earning more than $100,000 per month.

He told FEMAIL his road to success was challenging at times, but believes anyone can

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Online searches for fashion designers have risen 125% in six months

Demand for UK fashion designers have surged in the past six months with online searches seeing a 125% increase.

Latest figures by gig economy platform Fiverr, reveal searches for clothing design have also risen 116%. 

This report comes at a time when side hustles are surging in Britain, with one in three Brits out of work or on furlough setting up side hustles for extra income.

Peggy de Lange, vice-president of international expansion at Fiverr said: “This data is not surprising given how the fashion industry has transformed during COVID-19. In-person retail experiences are less desirable to the average consumer when it’s so easy to shop online safely. This shift has been advantageous to small independent fashion brands who are under less pressure to be sold by retailers, or wedded to fashion calendars.”

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Globally the top 10 fastest growing searches over

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