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Charlotte Church reveals she has suffered a devastating miscarriage

Charlotte Church has admitted that she has tragically miscarried her third baby.

Reps for the former opera singer turned pop star took to Twitter on Monday to reveal her heartbreaking news. 242 more words

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Fans think they've caught Charlotte Church out posting anonymous ad for nanny from obvious description

Charlotte Church posted an anonymous advert for a nanny, but has now been rumbled.

The singer seemingly placed an ad for a nanny under a guise, but she was soon caught out by eagle-eyed fans who deduced it could be her from the description. 240 more words

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Charlotte Church announces pregnancy live on stage at Gay Pride

Charlotte Church found a rather unusual way to announce that she was expecting her third child.

The singer told fans about her pregnancy by announcing it live on stage at Gay Pride in Birmingham on Sunday. 243 more words

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No, Charlotte Church! Anger is not important, it will only ever cause you more problems

Charlotte Church: ‘Anger is important – and often it’s seen as unbecoming’

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/may/27/charlotte-church-interview

When someone behaves in a manner that we dislike and we respond with anger then we find ourselves with even more problems for ourselves to deal with, including:

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The Art of Resilience

We live in an age where we are confronted by so much information. There is so much coming at us all day long. Every few minutes there is another story, headline or tragedy popping up on our screens for us to digest. 974 more words

My pox too bad to take my trousers off with Adelina again or anyone. So the whole Vienna trip is pointless

My pox too bad to take my trousers off with Adelina again, or anyone. So the whole Vienna trip is pointless. Still it is now just 4 days away! 84 more words

Irish gigs round-up: April 7-13

KATIE KIM & CRASH ENSEMBLE, Grand Social, Dublin, tomorrow.
Katie Kim’s 2016 album Salt was one of last year’s highlights, earning a Choice Prize nomination for its haunting ambient folk, full of raw emotion and droning electronics. 471 more words

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