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Lacey Turner reveals she’s pregnant with ‘miracle’ second child

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EastEnders actress Lacey Turner has announced she is pregnant with her second child.

The star and her husband Matt Kay, welcomed their daughter Dusty in July 2019 after suffering two miscarriages, and admitted to OK! Magazine this week that they ‘feel so lucky’ to have conceived again. 

Lacey, 32, gushed that their happy news was a ‘miracle’, a day after it was reported she would be taking another extended break from BBC soap EastEnders.

Happy news: EastEnders actress Lacey Turner and husband Matt Kay have announced they are expecting their second child

Happy news: EastEnders actress Lacey Turner and husband Matt Kay have announced they are expecting their second child

Happy news: EastEnders actress Lacey Turner and husband Matt Kay have announced they are expecting their second child

Speaking to OK!, Lacey said: ‘We feel so lucky to be expecting our second baby, as it took so long to get Dusty.’

The star, who is 16 weeks pregnant, had two miscarriages before conceiving her daughter Dusty, 14 months.

‘It took so long with Dusty,’ explained Lacey. ‘But now they’re coming along like buses! After the heartbreak we went through, it’s a miracle to fall pregnant so quickly.’

Both of Lacey’s miscarriages happened at seven weeks and she admits it is a ‘huge relief’ to be further along the pregnancy and past the heartbreaking milestone.

She admitted: ‘I still feel nervous but I think I always will. I got past seven weeks, then nine weeks, and so on. They’re all milestones. The 20-week mark is the point I feel like I can breathe a bit easier, as it’s the halfway point. Although I went straight onto progesterone as I think that helped last time.’ 

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Maya Jama hits back at troll and shares his picture on Instagram after he brands her a ‘s**t’

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Maya Jama hit back at a troll on Instagram on Tuesday, after he branded her a ‘sl*t’ while commenting under one of her posts on the image-sharing platform.

The broadcaster, 26, hit back with full force, hurling back an insult by calling him a ‘pr**k’ and sharing one of his Instagram pictures with her 1.9 million followers.

In sharing her images, the star wrote on her Instagram Story: ‘I’m childish but…,’ before posting a screenshot showing where she’d hit back under one of his posts.

Clapping back: Maya Jama hit back at a troll on Instagram on Tuesday, after he branded her a 'sl*t' while commenting under one of her posts on the image-sharing platform

Clapping back: Maya Jama hit back at a troll on Instagram on Tuesday, after he branded her a 'sl*t' while commenting under one of her posts on the image-sharing platform

Clapping back: Maya Jama hit back at a troll on Instagram on Tuesday, after he branded her a ‘sl*t’ while commenting under one of her posts on the image-sharing platform

TV and radio personality Maya captioned the image of the man, which showed him sitting over a pint of beer: ‘If you can’t beat ’em.’

She then rounded off her trio of posts with a brief video of herself wearing a monochrome face mask as she stroked her chin, with Princess Superstar’s Bad Babysitter playing in the background.

The star also shared the three images on her Twitter account, captioning her unpleasant encounter: ‘A short story.’

Don't mess: The broadcaster, 26, hit back with full force, hurling back an insult by calling him a 'pr**k' and sharing one of his Instagram pictures with her 1.9 million followers

Don't mess: The broadcaster, 26, hit back with full force, hurling back an insult by calling him a 'pr**k' and sharing one of his Instagram pictures with her 1.9 million followers

Post: She shared the posts after commenting under one of his Instagram snaps in retaliation

Post: She shared the posts after commenting under one of his Instagram snaps in retaliation

Don’t mess: The broadcaster, 26, hit back with full force, hurling back an insult by calling him a ‘pr**k’ and sharing one of his Instagram pictures with her 1.9 million followers

Maya’s posts come after she insisted she will dress how she wants ‘no matter what size I am’ as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on BBC1 series Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer. 

She accused critics, some of whom threatened to report her to the BBC, of ‘hyper sexualising’ her body rather than celebrating the fact a woman was fronting a primetime show during a Twitter riposte in June.

Five months on, the former Radio One DJ still finds it ‘weird’ her revealing outfits caused such a stir – and made some people feel ‘awkward’.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Maya said: ‘I’ve always worn the same thing but when I was slimmer nobody commented on it and as soon as you have got a fuller figure people are shocked and insulted by your body, so I found it ridiculous.

A short story: The star also shared the three images on her Twitter account, captioning her unpleasant encounter, 'A short story'

A short story: The star also shared the three images on her Twitter account, captioning her unpleasant encounter, 'A short story'

A short story: The star also shared the three images on her Twitter account, captioning her unpleasant encounter, ‘A short story’

‘I’ve been wearing the same outfits, the same cut tops, my entire career and there was never really that many comments on it until I started putting on a bit of weight.

‘I was like “Gosh, if you’re shocked at boobs or even just a bit of cleavage on telly, I don’t know how people cope when they go to the swimming pool or the beach because there’s a lot more boobs on show there”.

‘It’s a woman’s body – I don’t feel like it should cause such outrage. I’m going to continue to dress how I’ve always dressed no matter what size I am.’

Maya’s brutal take down of her detractors shows how much of a thick skin she’s developed since making her TV breakthrough on MTV in 2014.

My prerogative: Maya's posts come after she insisted she will dress how she wants 'no matter what size I am' as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on TV

My prerogative: Maya's posts come after she insisted she will dress how she wants 'no matter what size I am' as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on TV

My prerogative: Maya’s posts come after she insisted she will dress how she wants ‘no matter what size I am’ as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on TV 

She admits during her late teens such nasty comments would have ‘ruined my day’ but now she doesn’t let the abuse bother her.

Maya, who received praise for her presenting alongside the former England striker on the BBC1 series, explained: ‘The internet is outrage city. In real life, people wouldn’t say those things.

‘I just have to laugh now, I don’t let those things bother me as much as they used to.

‘I know people are angry and when they’re online they want an outlet, and it’s people in the public eye who they want to go for. It is what it is.’

Another reason why Maya refuses to get bogged down by the abuse is because she’s happy with her body shape, which she regularly showcases to her 1.9 million followers on Instagram.

'It's a woman's body': In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the star opened up for the first time about the furore sparked by her fashion choices on Peter Crouch show Save Our Summer

'It's a woman's body': In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the star opened up for the first time about the furore sparked by her fashion choices on Peter Crouch show Save Our Summer

‘It’s a woman’s body’: In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the star opened up for the first time about the furore sparked by her fashion choices on Peter Crouch show Save Our Summer

Indeed, having fluctuated during her career, she knows which type she prefers.

Maya said: ‘Everybody has got different ideas of what they have as an ideal body shape, some people want to look really skinny, some people want to look really curvy, some people don’t care, some people really do care.

‘It depends on each person, it’s subjective. So I just do what makes me happy and in terms of my body, I prefer myself as fuller.

‘Other people have their own opinions on how they prefer me to look but I’m certainly not letting that influence my own ideas.’

'I'm definitely not a trainer or nutritionist': Maya revealed she doesn't analyse everything she eats and abides by the 'if I want cake, I'll eat cake' mantra

'I'm definitely not a trainer or nutritionist': Maya revealed she doesn't analyse everything she eats and abides by the 'if I want cake, I'll eat cake' mantra

‘I’m definitely not a trainer or nutritionist’: Maya revealed she doesn’t analyse everything she eats and abides by the ‘if I want cake, I’ll eat cake’ mantra 

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Anne Hathaway offers behind the scenes glimpse of putting on her monster face for The Witches

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Anne Hathaway posted a behind-the-scenes video teasing her villainous role in the upcoming HBO Max film The Witches.

The 37-year-old can be seen in the process of having her prosthetic monstrous face applied to play the Grand High Witch.

In Roald Dahl’s original book the witches are able to disguise themselves with human faces in public but peel them off in private to reveal their true form. 

Getting ready: Anne Hathaway posted a behind-the-scenes video teasing her villainous role in the upcoming Netflix film The Witches

Getting ready: Anne Hathaway posted a behind-the-scenes video teasing her villainous role in the upcoming Netflix film The Witches

Getting ready: Anne Hathaway posted a behind-the-scenes video teasing her villainous role in the upcoming Netflix film The Witches

Anne posted a sped-up video of herself sitting patiently in the makeup chair as more than one layer of product was applied to her face in preparation for the look. 

The book was previously adapted on film in 1990 by Nicolas Roeg with Anjelica Huston starring as the Grand High Witch.

In the 1983 book the character leads a murderous coven who hate children and are devising a plan to kill as many as possible.

The Grand High Witch invents a potion that will turn the children into mice, leading their confused parents to have them exterminated by mistake.

Incoming: The 37-year-old can be seen in the process of having her prosthetic monstrous face applied to play the Grand High Witch

Incoming: The 37-year-old can be seen in the process of having her prosthetic monstrous face applied to play the Grand High Witch

Incoming: The 37-year-old can be seen in the process of having her prosthetic monstrous face applied to play the Grand High Witch

In transition: In Roald Dahl's original book the witches are able to disguise themselves with human faces in public but peel them off in private to reveal their true form

In transition: In Roald Dahl's original book the witches are able to disguise themselves with human faces in public but peel them off in private to reveal their true form

In transition: In Roald Dahl’s original book the witches are able to disguise themselves with human faces in public but peel them off in private to reveal their true form

She even turns the book’s lead character Luke, who is seven, into a mouse, but he and his beloved grandmother manage to foil the witches’ diabolical scheme.

Luke is from England and his grandmother is from Norway, touchingly reflecting the author’s own background as a Briton with Norwegian roots. 

Robert Zemeckis of Forrest Gump fame directed the new version from a screenplay he wrote with Guillermo Del Toro and Kenya Barris.

Although the movie was made for theaters it has been shifted to HBO Max because of the coronavirus lockdowns and will bow there this Thursday. 

Pro: Anne posted a sped-up video of herself sitting patiently in the makeup chair as more than one layer of product was applied to her face in preparation for the look

Pro: Anne posted a sped-up video of herself sitting patiently in the makeup chair as more than one layer of product was applied to her face in preparation for the look

Pro: Anne posted a sped-up video of herself sitting patiently in the makeup chair as more than one layer of product was applied to her face in preparation for the look

Who's who: Anne will star as the Grand High Witch with Jahzir Kadeem Bruno as Luke and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer as his grandmother

Who's who: Anne will star as the Grand High Witch with Jahzir Kadeem Bruno as Luke and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer as his grandmother

Who’s who: Anne will star as the Grand High Witch with Jahzir Kadeem Bruno as Luke and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer as his grandmother

Anne will star as the Grand High Witch with Jahzir Kadeem Bruno as Luke and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer as his grandmother.

Although the book is set in England and Norway the movie will take place in Alabama in the 1960s and will drop on HBO Max October 22.

The novel happens to have been published the year Anjelica appeared in the film Prizzi’s Honor, which earned her her only Oscar.

Anne has also won an Oscar, taking home best supporting actress for the 2012 movie adaptation of the musical Les Miserables, itself based on Victor Hugo’s novel.  

In the offing: Although the movie was made for theaters it has been shifted to HBO Max amid the coronavirus pandemic and will bow this Thursday

In the offing: Although the movie was made for theaters it has been shifted to HBO Max amid the coronavirus pandemic and will bow this Thursday

In the offing: Although the movie was made for theaters it has been shifted to HBO Max amid the coronavirus pandemic and will bow this Thursday

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Matthew McConaughey reveals personal details on new Spotify show

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He’s certainly the man of the moment, having recently whipped up his fan base into reading his promisingly raucous memoir Greenlights, released today. 

But now, admirers of Matthew McConaughey can listen to the Oscar-winning actor’s wild tales too, on an intimate new show he’s made with Spotify

The Texan-native has teamed up with the streaming platform, to hand-pick his own playlist, while also divulging personal anecdotes to each song, including how listening to country singer Dwight Yoakam once helped him get over the death of a friend, who tragically died in a car accident. 

Healing songs: Matthew McConaughey reveals how listening to Dwight Yoakam helped him overcome sadness of losing a friend and more personal stories in new Spotify show

Healing songs: Matthew McConaughey reveals how listening to Dwight Yoakam helped him overcome sadness of losing a friend and more personal stories in new Spotify show

Just the tonic: Country star Dwight Yoakam performing in 2014 in the UK

Just the tonic: Country star Dwight Yoakam performing in 2014 in the UK

Healing songs: Matthew McConaughey reveals how listening to Dwight Yoakam helped him overcome sadness of losing a friend and more personal stories in new Spotify show

‘The year was 1986, and a good buddy of mine had just been lost in a car crash,’ Matthew explains in one of many revealing moments on the show. ‘I was lost, I was depressed, I didn’t understand it.’

Matthew, 50, then reveals how his brother Pat introduced him to Dwight Yoakam and persuaded him to see the country singer play live in Texas, an experience which helped the actor overcome the sadness he was feeling. 

Elsewhere in the show, which can be listened to on mobile devices, Matthew describes how the song Pink Houses by John Mellencamp shaped his patriotism, and Son of Virginia by Clutch is his favourite song to pump iron to. 

Man of the moment: On Tuesday, Matthew's wife Camila shared this snap of the actor and his mom posing with his new memoir Greenlights

Man of the moment: On Tuesday, Matthew's wife Camila shared this snap of the actor and his mom posing with his new memoir Greenlights

Man of the moment: On Tuesday, Matthew’s wife Camila shared this snap of the actor and his mom posing with his new memoir Greenlights 

Similar to tuning into the actor’s very own radio station, Matthew imparts his famous words of wisdom between each track, including this gem: ‘Next time you’re invited on a boat trip… make sure it ain’t the Titanic.’

And yes, there are quite a few ‘alright, alright, alrights’ peppered throughout the mix, that features tunes like Silver and Gold by U2, Lonely by Mishka, and It Ain’t All Flowers by Sturgill Simpson.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Matthew’s wife Camila Alves McConaughey shared an adorable moment on Instagram with his mother Mary, celebrating his new book. 

Proud family: Matthew with his mother Mary Kathlene McCabe and his wife Camila at the 2014 Oscars

Proud family: Matthew with his mother Mary Kathlene McCabe and his wife Camila at the 2014 Oscars

Proud family: Matthew with his mother Mary Kathlene McCabe and his wife Camila at the 2014 Oscars 

‘One proud mamma! #Greenlights book out TODAY!!!! Uau!!!’ Camila wrote in the caption. ‘Words can not express how proud I am of this work of love that Matthew did!!’

She added: ‘Laugh out loud, to tears, to wisdom, to the bumper stickers it is a journey you just have to read!!! Turn your red lights into greenlights!! Go get it at www.greenlights.com or anywhere books are sold!!!’

Both Greenlights and his Spotify show are available now. 

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