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Former Home and Away actress Pia Miller nails retro chic in Bondi

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She commands attention whether dressed to the nines of casually-clad.

And despite trying to go undercover in Sydney’s Bondi on Monday, Pia Miller stood out with her retro chic look.

With temperatures soaring, the former Home and Away actress kept cool in a pink bucket hat and a pair of denim short shorts.

Former Home and Away actress Pia Miller (pictured) nailed retro chic in a pink bucket hat, singlet and denim short shorts during low-key outing in Bondi on Monday

Former Home and Away actress Pia Miller (pictured) nailed retro chic in a pink bucket hat, singlet and denim short shorts during low-key outing in Bondi on Monday

Former Home and Away actress Pia Miller (pictured) nailed retro chic in a pink bucket hat, singlet and denim short shorts during low-key outing in Bondi on Monday

The 36-year-old brunette bombshell cut a stylish figure in the laid-back look, consisting of a singlet, denim shorts, and Birkenstock sandals.  

Pia left her long locks down under the pastel wide-brimmed hat, and concealed the rest of her face with dark-lens sunglasses.

The mother-of-two showed off her sensational figure in the summery outfit, with her denim shorts highlighting her sculptured pins.

Leggy display: The mother-of-two showed off her sensational figure in the summery outfit, with her denim shorts highlighting her sculptured pins

Leggy display: The mother-of-two showed off her sensational figure in the summery outfit, with her denim shorts highlighting her sculptured pins

Leggy display: The mother-of-two showed off her sensational figure in the summery outfit, with her denim shorts highlighting her sculptured pins

Pia appeared to be makeup free as she ran errands in the local area on foot.

She carried a set of keys and her iPhone in hand, with one earphone in her ear as she hit the pavement.

The model recently reunited with her multi-millionaire agent boyfriend Patrick Whitesell, 55, last month in Sydney.

Unfortunately, he has since had to fly back to the US on a private jet.

Going strong: Pia  has been dating Hollywood power agent Patrick Whitesell, 55, since early last year

Going strong: Pia  has been dating Hollywood power agent Patrick Whitesell, 55, since early last year

Going strong: Pia  has been dating Hollywood power agent Patrick Whitesell, 55, since early last year

Long-distance love: The model recently reunited with her multi-millionaire agent boyfriend , last month in Sydney, but he had to fly back to the US shortly after

Long-distance love: The model recently reunited with her multi-millionaire agent boyfriend , last month in Sydney, but he had to fly back to the US shortly after

Long-distance love: The model recently reunited with her multi-millionaire agent boyfriend , last month in Sydney, but he had to fly back to the US shortly after

Pia was first linked to the Hollywood power agent in August last year, following her split with her longtime fiancé, Tyson Mullane, 32, in April.

She shares two sons with her ex-husband and former AFL player, Brad Miller: Lennox, 13, ans Isaiah, 16.

Pia made her relationship with Patrick Instagram official on Christmas Eve, sharing a loved-up photo with him outside of the Louvre in Paris, and captioning it ‘P²’.

The couple made their red carpet debut when they attended the Oscars together in February this year in Los Angeles.

Soap star: Pia played police office Katarina Chapman on Home And Away between 2015 and 2018. Her character was killed off in a car crash in the season finale

Soap star: Pia played police office Katarina Chapman on Home And Away between 2015 and 2018. Her character was killed off in a car crash in the season finale

Soap star: Pia played police office Katarina Chapman on Home And Away between 2015 and 2018. Her character was killed off in a car crash in the season finale

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Nicole Kidman reveals she won’t let her children join Instagram

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Nicole Kidman has revealed she won’t let her younger children join Instagram during an interview on Tuesday’s edition of Loose Women.

The actress, 53, who shares daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, with her husband Keith Urban, admitted her little girls are ‘chomping at the bit’ to be on social media, but confessed she’s restricted them as she struggles to monitor technology.

Describing motherhood as ‘joyful’, the screen star said she aims to ‘guide’ her kids while avoiding to fall into the trap of being a ‘helicopter parent’.

Candid: Nicole Kidman has revealed she won't let her younger children join Instagram during an interview on Tuesday's edition of Loose Women

Candid: Nicole Kidman has revealed she won't let her younger children join Instagram during an interview on Tuesday's edition of Loose Women

Candid: Nicole Kidman has revealed she won’t let her younger children join Instagram during an interview on Tuesday’s edition of Loose Women

The thespian, who also shares her adopted children Isabella, 27, and Connor, 25, with ex-husband Tom Cruise, spoke to panellists Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon, Janet Street-Porter and Linda Robson via live link about her biggest worry as a mum.

Insisting she’s apprehensive about introducing Sunday and Faith to social media, Nicole explained: ‘The technology. I’m not very techy myself. It’s very hard for me to monitor it and stay on it.

‘I won’t let them be on Instagram.. I have a 12-year-old right now who is chomping at the bit and wants to get into all of that. It’s just that constant push, pull. I’d say a lot of parents would say the same thing.’

The TV and film star went on to detail what she prioritises when it comes to raising her daughters: ‘I think it’s keeping their confidence and their self-esteem intact. 

'It’s very hard for me': The actress, 53, who shares daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, with husband Keith Urban, admitted her little girls are 'chomping at the bit' to be on social media

'It’s very hard for me': The actress, 53, who shares daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, with husband Keith Urban, admitted her little girls are 'chomping at the bit' to be on social media

‘It’s very hard for me’: The actress, 53, who shares daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, with husband Keith Urban, admitted her little girls are ‘chomping at the bit’ to be on social media

'He always compartmentalises things': The screen star also gushed about her 'mellow' husband Keith, 53, who she credited for being a strong support system (pictured in January)

'He always compartmentalises things': The screen star also gushed about her 'mellow' husband Keith, 53, who she credited for being a strong support system (pictured in January)

‘He always compartmentalises things’: The screen star also gushed about her ‘mellow’ husband Keith, 53, who she credited for being a strong support system (pictured in January)

‘And still guiding them, not being overbearing, trying not to ‘helicopter parent’. Allowing them to make mistakes and fall down and not trying to sort of absorb that pain. 

‘There are so many things. But it’s a joy, it’s a joy having these beautiful little women that are growing up and I’m discovering them day by day. I love it.’

While the media personality has a close relationship with her younger girls, it has been widely reported that she has been estranged from her adoptive children Bella and Connor since she divorced fellow actor Tom, 58, in 2001. 

'I don't want to be overbearing': Describing motherhood as 'joyful', the thespian said she aims to 'guide' her kids while avoiding to fall into the trap of being a 'helicopter parent'

'I don't want to be overbearing': Describing motherhood as 'joyful', the thespian said she aims to 'guide' her kids while avoiding to fall into the trap of being a 'helicopter parent'

‘I don’t want to be overbearing’: Describing motherhood as ‘joyful’, the thespian said she aims to ‘guide’ her kids while avoiding to fall into the trap of being a ‘helicopter parent’

Bella and Connor, like their father, are members of the Church of Scientology. 

Elsewhere in the discussion, Nicole gushed about her ‘mellow’ husband Keith, 53, who she credited for being a strong support system while in the spotlight. 

The Aquaman star said: ‘I try not to read too much about myself. I just try to let it all just drift off. I live with a man who is really mellow. He always can compartmentalise things and go, ”Don’t worry about that”.’ 

Challenges: It has been widely reported that she has been estranged from her adoptive children Bella and Connor since she divorced fellow actor Tom, 58, in 2001 (pictured in 1996)

Challenges: It has been widely reported that she has been estranged from her adoptive children Bella and Connor since she divorced fellow actor Tom, 58, in 2001 (pictured in 1996)

Challenges: It has been widely reported that she has been estranged from her adoptive children Bella and Connor since she divorced fellow actor Tom, 58, in 2001 (pictured in 1996) 

Close: Bella, 27, and Connor, 25, like their father, are members of the Church of Scientology (pictured together)

Close: Bella, 27, and Connor, 25, like their father, are members of the Church of Scientology (pictured together)

Close: Bella, 27, and Connor, 25, like their father, are members of the Church of Scientology (pictured together) 

In the work department, the Hollywood icon has teamed up with Hugh Grant in new Sky Drama The Sky.

In the series, married couple Grace’s (Nicole) and Jonathan’s (Hugh) seemingly perfect life, complete with their beloved son Henry, is shaken to its core when an enigmatic beauty is slain and Jonathan goes missing. 

On working with the Love Actually star, 60, the blonde enthused: ‘I love Hugh Grant, too. He is as funny and as mischievous and as naughty as you’d expect. I’ll have to come on the show to elaborate more. I will!’

'I love him!' In the work department, the Hollywood icon has teamed up with Hugh Grant in new Sky Drama The Sky

'I love him!' In the work department, the Hollywood icon has teamed up with Hugh Grant in new Sky Drama The Sky

‘I love him!’ In the work department, the Hollywood icon has teamed up with Hugh Grant in new Sky Drama The Sky 

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Conan O’Brien reveals his set for late night show was burglarized

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Conan O’Brien announced on Monday night’s broadcast of Conan that thieves broke in and burglarized the set.

The late night host explained that they set up the show at the Largo at the Coronet nightclub in West Hollywood in July to help entertainment venues that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Conan said on Monday that ‘someone broke into our little theater and took some of our equipment,’ revealing they took laptops and the slate. 

Shocking: Conan O'Brien announced on Monday night's broadcast of Conan that thieves broke in and burglarized the set

Shocking: Conan O'Brien announced on Monday night's broadcast of Conan that thieves broke in and burglarized the set

Shocking: Conan O’Brien announced on Monday night’s broadcast of Conan that thieves broke in and burglarized the set

‘We come to this theater, because we thought theaters are in trouble, let’s revive a theater, let’s keep it going,’ Conan explained.

‘Seemed like a nice thing to do… what happens? We get here this morning and we find out that someone broke into our little theater and took some of our equipment.’ 

‘We got robbed, Andy,’ telling his sidekick Andy Richter. ‘Robbed!’ 

Conan brought out his field producer Jason Chillemi to reveal exactly what was taken.

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Scary! The late night host explained that they set up the show astthe Largo at the Coronet nightclub in West Hollywood in July to help entertainment venues that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

Scary! The late night host explained that they set up the show astthe Largo at the Coronet nightclub in West Hollywood in July to help entertainment venues that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

Scary! The late night host explained that they set up the show astthe Largo at the Coronet nightclub in West Hollywood in July to help entertainment venues that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

Update! 'We got robbed, Andy,' telling his sidekick Andy Richter. 'Robbed!'

Update! 'We got robbed, Andy,' telling his sidekick Andy Richter. 'Robbed!'

Update! ‘We got robbed, Andy,’ telling his sidekick Andy Richter. ‘Robbed!’

He said they took several laptops that they use to conduct Zoom interviews as well as the slate, the wooden clapperboard used in shows and films for timing and kicking off different scenes.

It was just a wooden slate, not an electronic one. 

Conan said: ‘What’s a robber gonna do with this thing,’ referring to the slate. ‘It’s what kids use, it’s what 16-year-olds use to make a student film.’

Adding: ‘They took that, that’s the lowest. I can’t think of anything lower. Okay, the laptops – fine. [Before] you took the slate? That’s crazy.’ 

Conan said that ‘whoever broke in here had to stare at 350 cardboard cutouts of exuberant fans in the eyes and say, “Hey, don’t mind me. I’m going to steal some s**t.”‘

What was taken: Conan brought out his field producer Jason Chillemi to reveal exactly what was taken

What was taken: Conan brought out his field producer Jason Chillemi to reveal exactly what was taken

What was taken: Conan brought out his field producer Jason Chillemi to reveal exactly what was taken

View: Conan said that 'whoever broke in here had to stare at 350 cardboard cutouts of exuberant fans in the eyes and say, "Hey, don't mind me. I'm going to steal some s**t'

View: Conan said that 'whoever broke in here had to stare at 350 cardboard cutouts of exuberant fans in the eyes and say, "Hey, don't mind me. I'm going to steal some s**t'

View: Conan said that ‘whoever broke in here had to stare at 350 cardboard cutouts of exuberant fans in the eyes and say, “Hey, don’t mind me. I’m going to steal some s**t’

The cameras panned to the cardboard cutout audience that was set up.

Conan spoke to Andy, jokingly remarking what the show has become since ‘no one breaks into The Tonight Show and steals all the equipment.’

Adding: ‘What happened to us? We’ve become this garage band that drives around. We’ve got our van and we parked it in an alley, and someone broke in and took our amps.’

Conan noted: ‘What is that? This doesn’t happen to the other talk show hosts.’

‘What kind of new low is this for us,’ he said with a laugh. ‘Man, just for the laugh alone, maybe it’s worth it.’ 

Conan announced in July he would be filming at the Largo theater; he had asked fans to submit photos of themselves to fill the seats.

So wild: 'What kind of new low is this for us,' he said with a laugh. 'Man, just for the laugh alone, maybe it's worth it'

So wild: 'What kind of new low is this for us,' he said with a laugh. 'Man, just for the laugh alone, maybe it's worth it'

So wild: ‘What kind of new low is this for us,’ he said with a laugh. ‘Man, just for the laugh alone, maybe it’s worth it’

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Joni Mitchell, 76, reveals she is still struggling to walk five years after her brain aneurysm

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Joni Mitchell is still ‘struggling’ to walk, five years after suffering a brain aneurysm.

The singer, 76, who battled polio when she was nine, was rushed to hospital in March 2015 after she was found unconscious at home, and while she’s thankful she regained her speech fairly quickly, she still has issues with her movement.

She said: ‘You know what? I came back from polio, so here I am, and struggling back. Just inching my way along. I’m showing slow improvement but moving forward.

‘Once again I couldn’t walk. I had to learn how again. I couldn’t talk. Polio didn’t grab me like that, but the aneurysm took away a lot more, really. Took away my speech and my ability to walk.

Out and about: Joni Mitchell is still 'struggling' to walk, five years after suffering a brain aneurysm (pictured in February)

Out and about: Joni Mitchell is still 'struggling' to walk, five years after suffering a brain aneurysm (pictured in February)

Out and about: Joni Mitchell is still ‘struggling’ to walk, five years after suffering a brain aneurysm (pictured in February)

‘And, you know, I got my speech back quickly, but the walking I’m still struggling with. But I mean, I’m a fighter. I’ve got Irish blood!

‘So you know, I knew, ‘Here I go again, another battle.’ ‘

The ‘Both Sides Now’ hitmaker has been so focused on her recovery, she hasn’t written music or even picked up an instrument for some time.

She told The Guardian: ‘I haven’t been writing recently. I haven’t been playing my guitar or the piano. No, I’m just concentrating on getting my health back.’

And though Joni is still interested in music, she admitted there aren’t many ‘contemporary’ artists that she listens to.

Way back when: The singer, 76, who battled polio when she was nine, was rushed to hospital in March 2015 after she was found unconscious at home, and while she's thankful she regained her speech fairly quickly, she still has issues with her movement (pictured in 1968)

Way back when: The singer, 76, who battled polio when she was nine, was rushed to hospital in March 2015 after she was found unconscious at home, and while she's thankful she regained her speech fairly quickly, she still has issues with her movement (pictured in 1968)

Way back when: The singer, 76, who battled polio when she was nine, was rushed to hospital in March 2015 after she was found unconscious at home, and while she’s thankful she regained her speech fairly quickly, she still has issues with her movement (pictured in 1968)

She said: ‘I have music. I don’t listen to too much contemporary music. Babyface I’m listening to – that’s about it. Babyface and Leela James.’

Mitchell’s start in music was due in part to her parents, Bill and Myrtle Anderson, who encouraged her to get involved because her father was playing the trumpet in marching bands.

Joni’s earliest instrument was a hurdy-gurdy, a stringed instrument that produces music when the handle is cranked.

When she was 15 years old, she bought a ukulele for $36 because that’s all she could afford. ‘It was no more ambitious that that’, Joni said. ‘I was planning all the time to go to art school’.

Back in the day: She rose to fame in the 1960s, writing and playing songs with the era's biggest names - with whom she would love affairs with

Back in the day: She rose to fame in the 1960s, writing and playing songs with the era's biggest names - with whom she would love affairs with

Back in the day: She rose to fame in the 1960s, writing and playing songs with the era’s biggest names – with whom she would love affairs with

She rose to fame in the 1960s, writing and playing songs with the era’s biggest names – with whom she would love affairs with.

In November, a book featuring her most illuminating interviews, spanning from 1966 to 2014, was published. Never one to hold back, Joni dissed Bob Dylan, ripping into the fellow folk singer by labeling him a ‘plagiarist’.

She said: ‘Musically, he’s not very gifted, he’s borrowed his voice from a lot of old hillbillies. He’s not a great guitar player. He’s invented a character to deliver his songs. It’s sort of a mask’.

Way back when: Joni is seen speaking to Janet Jackson's at a pre Grammy bash in January

Way back when: Joni is seen speaking to Janet Jackson's at a pre Grammy bash in January

Way back when: Joni is seen speaking to Janet Jackson’s at a pre Grammy bash in January

Mitchell also took aim at Taylor Swift, who was being eyed to play her in a biopic, dismissing any similarities between them, simply offering her a wry ‘good luck’ with portraying her.

She said of the country singer: ‘I’ve never heard Taylor’s music. I’ve seen her. Physically, she looks similarly small hipped and high cheekbones.

‘I don’t know what her music sounds like, but I do know this – that if she’s going to sing and play me, good luck.’

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