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Robbie Williams and Ayda Field are forced to postpone their vow renewal

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Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field have been forced to cancel his vow renewal ceremony next month to mark their 10th wedding anniversary.

The singer, 46, and his wife, 41, planned to celebrate the milestone with a ceremony at their £26million Beverly Hills mansion before the coronavirus pandemic hit.

The couple, who reportedly planned to involve their four children in their special day, are planning to host the celebration in the future.

Sweet: Robbie Williams, 46, and his wife Ayda Field, 41, planned to celebrate the milestone with a ceremony at their £26million Beverly Hills mansion before the coronavirus pandemic hit (pictured at the Pride Of Britain Awards 2018)

Sweet: Robbie Williams, 46, and his wife Ayda Field, 41, planned to celebrate the milestone with a ceremony at their £26million Beverly Hills mansion before the coronavirus pandemic hit (pictured at the Pride Of Britain Awards 2018)

Sweet: Robbie Williams, 46, and his wife Ayda Field, 41, planned to celebrate the milestone with a ceremony at their £26million Beverly Hills mansion before the coronavirus pandemic hit (pictured at the Pride Of Britain Awards 2018)

Father-of-four Robbie revealed how he would ‘love to celebrate’ the day but told The Mirror: ‘I don’t think this year because we would like our friends to be there.’ 

Robbie, whose parents Jan and Pete were also planning to travel to the U.S., said his milestone anniversary is ‘more momentous’ than having record sales or winning a Brit award. 

The former Take That frontman said the achievement that he has been a ‘good boy’ and a ‘good husband’ for the past decade is bigger than any career breakthrough. 

Glowing: The pair, who first began dating in 2006, married each other four years later in an intimate ceremony at Robbie's home in Mulholland Estates, Beverly Hills (pictured at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in October 2018)

Glowing: The pair, who first began dating in 2006, married each other four years later in an intimate ceremony at Robbie's home in Mulholland Estates, Beverly Hills (pictured at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in October 2018)

Glowing: The pair, who first began dating in 2006, married each other four years later in an intimate ceremony at Robbie’s home in Mulholland Estates, Beverly Hills (pictured at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in October 2018) 

Robbie praised Ayda for being a source of stability throughout their relationship and said having a family is ‘a different level’.

The singer added how the birth of his children filled the ‘blanks’ left by the ‘universe’. 

The pair, who first began dating in 2006, married each other four years later in an intimate ceremony at Robbie’s home in Mulholland Estates, Beverly Hills. 

Playful: Robbie took his makeover to another level earlier this month when he dyed his thinning hair using a powder to give it a fuller appearance

Playful: Robbie took his makeover to another level earlier this month when he dyed his thinning hair using a powder to give it a fuller appearance

Playful: Robbie took his makeover to another level earlier this month when he dyed his thinning hair using a powder to give it a fuller appearance

Ayda and Robbie’s daughter Teddy was a bridesmaid at their friends Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding in October 2018.  

The mum has already warned her little girl the renewal of their vows won’t be quite as extravagant as the royal affair.

She said: ‘Oh my goodness, first of all she’s never been in a wedding whatsoever and that is a big wedding and I remember when she was waving out of the car, Rob and I had just got out of the church and we were like, “Teddy Teddy!” And she gave us a mini glance and was like, “I’m back to my people.”

‘She’s only six-year’s old and she’s just turned six although I did say to her, “Don’t think all weddings are like this, your wedding is not going to be like this.”

‘Mummy and daddy got married in our back yard and our dogs were bridesmaids.’  

The X Factor judge admitted the proposal was a huge surprise but she gushed she was excited to start planning the big day for a second time during an appearance on Loose Women last summer.

She said: ‘I will be renewing my vows. Teddy’s going to be like “this is it” and thoroughly underwhelmed. I need a tiara, I need bridesmaids!

‘You know our first wedding was small so we need a big dress. We haven’t planned it, he surprised me at my birthday with the proposal so I’m excited but I think I’ll be doing all the planning, this was at my fortieth. I had no idea he was going to that!’ 

Sweet: Ayda and Robbie's daughter Teddy (left) was a bridesmaid at their friends Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding in October 2018

Sweet: Ayda and Robbie's daughter Teddy (left) was a bridesmaid at their friends Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding in October 2018

Sweet: Ayda and Robbie’s daughter Teddy (left) was a bridesmaid at their friends Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding in October 2018

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Kate Garraway discusses wanting to donate her blood to husband Derek

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Kate Garraway discussed wanting to donate her blood plasma to husband Derek Draper during his coronavirus battle on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. 

The TV host, 53, said she she was ‘desperately researching anything she could do to help’ her husband who remains very sick in hospital. 

Co-host Adil Ray, 46, said: ‘On the show last week, you would have seen Kate talking about the potential importance of blood plasma transfusions for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. 

'I was researching anything I could do to help': Kate Garraway discussed wanting to donate her blood to husband Derek Draper during his coronavirus battle on GMB on Tuesday

'I was researching anything I could do to help': Kate Garraway discussed wanting to donate her blood to husband Derek Draper during his coronavirus battle on GMB on Tuesday

‘I was researching anything I could do to help’: Kate Garraway discussed wanting to donate her blood to husband Derek Draper during his coronavirus battle on GMB on Tuesday

‘That day the number of people offering to donate went up 300 per cent. 

Kate said: It’s a lovely lovely thing. The process which is similar to giving blood, only takes 45 minutes and can be used to help treat patients who aren’t producing enough of their own antibodies to fight COVID-19. 

‘The reason it’s popped up, why I was talking about it, was because when Derek first got sick, I was desperately researching anything I could do to help.

‘I watched him be consumed by the virus despite all the brilliant efforts of those around trying to help him in the NHS.’

Sad: Kate's beloved husband Derek remains very sick in hospital after falling ill with coronavirus back in March

Sad: Kate's beloved husband Derek remains very sick in hospital after falling ill with coronavirus back in March

Sad: Kate’s beloved husband Derek remains very sick in hospital after falling ill with coronavirus back in March

She continued: ‘I was told at the time, because it was one of the ideas I had, “what about giving my blood, there are antibodies in my blood because I’ve had it, will that help?” they said no because the trials for it hadn’t really started. 

‘I started talking about it last week because I found out that now it is being used which is fantastic.’ 

Adil said: ‘Kate, I will say this, you’re so inspiring at a time like this.’

Kate replied: ‘I don’t know about that, I feel very emotional about it actually, not just the idea that people are coming forward but that it might save lives.

Adil added: ‘We’re all watching you and how you’re dealing with such a terrible situation and how you’re dealing with it with such grace and positivity. It’s an inspiration, it really is, thank you. How is Derek?’

Kate told co-host Adil Ray: ' I'm hoping to see [Derek] this week. It was a stable day yesterday and I'm learning Adil that stable is sometimes good'

Kate told co-host Adil Ray: ' I'm hoping to see [Derek] this week. It was a stable day yesterday and I'm learning Adil that stable is sometimes good'

Kate told co-host Adil Ray: ‘ I’m hoping to see [Derek] this week. It was a stable day yesterday and I’m learning Adil that stable is sometimes good’

Kate said: ‘ I’m hoping to see him this week. It was a stable day yesterday and I’m learning Adil that stable is sometimes good. 

‘What we want is up days but a non down day is something to celebrate as well. It doesn’t necessarily get easier. But good to know things are moving forward, trials are being done and other lives can be saved.’ 

On Monday, Kate revealed she is reluctant to talk about Derek ‘every week’ on the show as she doesn’t want to upset viewers, but was reassured by Adil that she has been ‘inspiring.’

Kate said Derek ‘is very much still with us,’ but it is still a ‘waiting game’.

The presenter admitted she feels a level of guilt about returning to the job she loves, explaining: ‘You feel almost bad because oh I’m laughing and he’s still there in a minimally conscious state, it’s a difficult balance.’

She continued: 'What we want is up days but a non down day is something to celebrate as well. It doesn't necessarily get easier. But good to know things are moving forward, trials are being done and other lives can be saved'

She continued: 'What we want is up days but a non down day is something to celebrate as well. It doesn't necessarily get easier. But good to know things are moving forward, trials are being done and other lives can be saved'

She continued: ‘What we want is up days but a non down day is something to celebrate as well. It doesn’t necessarily get easier. But good to know things are moving forward, trials are being done and other lives can be saved’

‘I know everyone has been so lovely and are concerned, but then you don’t want to talk about it on GMB every time because it’s not cheering up everyone,’ she continued. 

Kate then admitted that ‘it was a worrying week last week’.’

‘We’ve still got lots of challenges, challenges with food, challenges with everything, with lungs with everything. We just want him to wake up.’

‘The nurses are putting this show on in the morning for him in the hope that might trigger something, but its a waiting game.’    

‘I’m lucky I’ve got the chance to wait and he’s still with us and lots of people don’t have that.’  

Kate added: ‘I’ve got to keep life going on so Derek has a life to get back to.’ 

An NHS Blood and Transplant spokesperson told MailOnline on Tuesday: ‘The number of people who have recovered from coronavirus offering to donate plasma was 293% the normal last Monday after Kate spoke about her own desire to donate, following her husband’s illness.

‘We’re really grateful to Kate and Good Morning Britain for covering donation again today because we urgently people to donate now, to help during any second wave. 

‘If you’ve had coronavirus, you could saves lives by donating plasma. You could give the NHS the first treatment which actually attacks the virus. Register to donate at www.nhsbt.nhs.uk.’ 

A timeline of Derek’s coronavirus battle  

MARCH  

Kate revealed she and Prince Charles had got ‘relatively close’ at the Prince’s Trust Awards on March 11 – Charles was diagnosed with coronavirus in mid-March.  

She said: ‘Around the 29/30 March, I came home came in and said [to Derek] ‘god you look ill.’

 ‘He said he had a headache, numbness in his right hand, and was struggling to breathe,

‘I rang Dr Hilary (Jones) and tried to get through, he talked to Derek. He said put me back on, I think you need to call an ambulance’

Derek, 52, was taken into hospital on March 30 and remained in an unresponsive condition. 

APRIL  

Kate and her children isolated at home after she displayed ‘mild symptoms’.

Kate said: ‘Derek remains in intensive care and is still very ill. I’m afraid it remains an excruciatingly worrying time.

‘I’m afraid he is still in a deeply critical condition, but he is still here, which means there is hope.’ 

MAY 

Kate said: ‘The journey for me and my family seems to be far from over as every day my heart sinks as I learn new and devastating ways this virus has more battles for Derek to fight. 

‘But he is still HERE & so there is still hope.’

That month, Kate and her family took part in the final clap for carers

She said: ‘I’ll never give up on that because Derek’s the love of my life but at the same time I have absolute uncertainty’

JUNE 

On June 5, Kate revealed Derek is now free from coronavirus but continues to fight against the damage inflicted on his body

JULY 

On July 5, Kate revealed Derek has woken from his coma but he remains in a serious yet critical condition.

On July 8, she announced she would be returning to GMB, after being urged by doctors to ‘get on with life’ during Derek’s recovery.   

She added that Derek had ‘opened his eyes’ after waking from his coma, but has been told his recovery could take years.  

On July 13, Kate returned to GMB for the first time since Derek was hospitalised.    

On July 28, Kate revealed she’d paid an ‘extra emotional’ first visit to Derek, and admitted she’s ‘frustrated’ by his slow progress.

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Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki has been sunning herself on holiday in Portofino with her husband David Lee.  

And on Monday, the Danish 29-year-old enjoyed some time at the pool with her man, showing off her incredible figure in a simple black swimsuit. 

Showing off her natural beauty, Caroline went make-up free, tying her blonde locks in a pony and wearing designer sunglasses. 

Champ: Caroline Wozniacki shows off her incredible figure in a black swimsuit as she enjoyed a holiday in Portofino with her husband David Lee on Monday

Champ: Caroline Wozniacki shows off her incredible figure in a black swimsuit as she enjoyed a holiday in Portofino with her husband David Lee on Monday

Champ: Caroline Wozniacki shows off her incredible figure in a black swimsuit as she enjoyed a holiday in Portofino with her husband David Lee on Monday

American ex basketball player, David, 37, went shirtless as he walked a little behind her, wrapping a blue towel around his waist ahead of the refreshing dip. 

The athlete recently retired from tennis to focus on starting a family with David. 

She announced her retirement in December, writing on Instagram: ‘I’ve always told myself, when the time comes, that there are things away from tennis that I want to do more, then it’s time to be done.

Love: American ex basketball player, David, 37, went shirtless as he walked a little behind her, wrapping a blue towel around his waist ahead of the refreshing dip

Love: American ex basketball player, David, 37, went shirtless as he walked a little behind her, wrapping a blue towel around his waist ahead of the refreshing dip

Love: American ex basketball player, David, 37, went shirtless as he walked a little behind her, wrapping a blue towel around his waist ahead of the refreshing dip

‘In recent months, I’ve realised that there is a lot more in life that I’d like to accomplish off the court.

‘Getting married to David was one of those goals and starting a family with him while continuing to travel the world and helping raise awareness about rheumatoid arthritis (project upcoming) are all passions of mine moving forward.

‘So with that, today I am announcing that I will be retiring from professional tennis after the Australian Open in January.’

Caroline was previously in a relationship with professional golfer Rory McIlroy from 2011 until 2014. 

The couple were engaged, but Rory got cold feet and dumped Caroline before their wedding.

Caroline confirmed her relationship with former NBA champion David Lee in 2017.

They officially tied the knot in 2019 in a star-studded ceremony in Tuscany.

Making changes: Caroline announced her retirement from tennis in December in order to start a family with David

Making changes: Caroline announced her retirement from tennis in December in order to start a family with David

Making changes: Caroline announced her retirement from tennis in December in order to start a family with David 

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Channel 10: Who’s staying, who’s going and what’s changing – as network announce axing of 25 stars

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Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news broadcasting industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars.

Weatherman Tim Bailey, Studio 10 host Kerri-Anne Kennerley and journalist Natarsha Belling all fell victim to the brutal budget cuts in response to the sharp decline in advertising revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Breathing a sigh of relief were Waleed Aly and Carrie Bickmore, whose current affairs show The Project was entirely unaffected by the cuts. 

Gone! Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news broadcasting industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars. Pictured: Studio 10 panellist Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who has been made redundant

Gone! Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news broadcasting industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars. Pictured: Studio 10 panellist Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who has been made redundant

Gone! Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news broadcasting industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars. Pictured: Studio 10 panellist Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who has been made redundant

Others who were let go from the network on Tuesday included weatherman Josh Holt and newsreader Georgina Lewis from 10 News First Brisbane.

10 News First Adelaide was also significantly impacted as they axed newsreader Rebecca Morse, weather presenter Kate Freebairn and sports anchor Will Goodings.

Monika Kos, a newsreader with 10 News First Perth, was given the boot, as was the division’s weather presenter, Michael Schultz.

Mike Larkan was also sacked from 10 News First Melbourne.

Sacked: Weatherman Tim Bailey (pictured), Studio 10 host Kerri-Anne Kennerley and journalist Natarsha Belling all fell victim to the brutal budget cuts in response to the sharp decline in advertising revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Sacked: Weatherman Tim Bailey (pictured), Studio 10 host Kerri-Anne Kennerley and journalist Natarsha Belling all fell victim to the brutal budget cuts in response to the sharp decline in advertising revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Sacked: Weatherman Tim Bailey (pictured), Studio 10 host Kerri-Anne Kennerley and journalist Natarsha Belling all fell victim to the brutal budget cuts in response to the sharp decline in advertising revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Staying put: Breathing a sigh of relief were Waleed Aly (left) and Carrie Bickmore (right), whose current affairs show The Project was entirely unaffected by the cuts

Staying put: Breathing a sigh of relief were Waleed Aly (left) and Carrie Bickmore (right), whose current affairs show The Project was entirely unaffected by the cuts

Staying put: Breathing a sigh of relief were Waleed Aly (left) and Carrie Bickmore (right), whose current affairs show The Project was entirely unaffected by the cuts

Despite losing Kennerley and Belling, morning show Studio 10 will continue to air weekdays from 8am to midday for the time being.

Host Sarah Harris and entertainment reporter Angela Bishop are staying, and Denise Drysdale and Denise Scott will continue as contributors.

Narelda Jacobs will remain as newsreader and Jono Coleman will present the advertorial segments as normal. 

Brutal cuts: Others who were let go from the network on Tuesday included weatherman Josh Holt and newsreader Georgina Lewis (Pictured at the 2019 Logies) from 10 News First Brisbane

Brutal cuts: Others who were let go from the network on Tuesday included weatherman Josh Holt and newsreader Georgina Lewis (Pictured at the 2019 Logies) from 10 News First Brisbane

Brutal cuts: Others who were let go from the network on Tuesday included weatherman Josh Holt and newsreader Georgina Lewis (Pictured at the 2019 Logies) from 10 News First Brisbane

Casualties: 10 News First Adelaide sports anchor Will Goodings (pictured) was let go, as was Mike Larkan from 10 News First Melbourne

Casualties: 10 News First Adelaide sports anchor Will Goodings (pictured) was let go, as was Mike Larkan from 10 News First Melbourne

Brutal: Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars. Pictured: Mike Larkan

Brutal: Shockwaves were felt throughout the Australian news industry on Tuesday as Channel 10 announced the shock axing of 25 of its stars. Pictured: Mike Larkan

Casualties: 10 News First Adelaide sports anchor Will Goodings (left) was let go, as was Mike Larkan (right) from 10 News First Melbourne

Panellist Joe Hildebrand hasn’t lost his job yet, but is in talks with the network about his future.

However, the network has advised that more changes will be announced regarding Studio 10 in the coming weeks. 

Peter Helliar, Lisa Wilkinson and Tommy Little are staying put alongside Waleed and Carrie on The Project, while Steve Price will remain as a contributor.   

Remaining: Host Sarah Harris (pictured) and entertainment reporter Angela Bishop are staying on Studio 10, and Denise Drysdale and Denise Scott will continue as contributors

Remaining: Host Sarah Harris (pictured) and entertainment reporter Angela Bishop are staying on Studio 10, and Denise Drysdale and Denise Scott will continue as contributors

Remaining: Host Sarah Harris (pictured) and entertainment reporter Angela Bishop are staying on Studio 10, and Denise Drysdale and Denise Scott will continue as contributors

All good: Narelda Jacobs (pictured) will remain as newsreader and Jono Coleman will present the advertorial segments as normal

All good: Narelda Jacobs (pictured) will remain as newsreader and Jono Coleman will present the advertorial segments as normal

All good: Narelda Jacobs (pictured) will remain as newsreader and Jono Coleman will present the advertorial segments as normal

Channel 10: Who’s staying, who’s going and what’s changing

LEAVING

  • Kerri-Anne Kennerley (panellist, Studio 10)
  • Natarsha Belling (news reporter, Studio 10) 
  • Georgina Lewis (newsreader, 10 News First Brisbane)
  • Josh Holt (weather presenter, 10 News First Brisbane)
  • Rebecca Morse (newsreader, 10 News First Adelaide)
  • Kate Freebairn (weather presenter, 10 News First Adelaide)
  • Will Goodings (sports anchor, 10 News First Adelaide) 
  • Monika Kos (newsreader, 10 News First Perth)
  • Michael Schultz (weather presenter, 10 News First Perth)
  • Tim Bailey (weather presenter, 10 News First Sydney)
  • Mike Larkan (weather presenter, 10 News First Melbourne)  

TO BE ANNOUNCED

  • Joe Hildebrand (panellist, Studio 10) 

STAYING

  • Waleed Aly (host, The Project)
  • Carrie Bickmore (host, The Project)
  • Peter Helliar (host, The Project)
  • Tommy Little (host, The Project)
  • Steve Price (contributor, The Project)
  • Lisa Wilkinson (host, The Project and The Sunday Project)
  • Sarah Harris (host, Studio 10)
  • Angela Bishop (entertainment reporter, Studio 10)
  • Denise Drysdale (contributor, Studio 10)
  • Denise Scott (contributor, Studio 10)
  • Narelda Jacobs (newsreader, Studio 10)
  • Jono Coleman (advertorials presenter, Studio 10) 

CHANGES

  • Sandra Sully and Matt Burke will host the Sydney and Brisbane bulletins 
  • Jennifer Keyte and Stephen Quartermain will host the Melbourne and Adelaide edition 
  • Stephen Quartermain will present sport in Melbourne and Adelaide
  • Sports reporters Jonathan Williams in Brisbane and Tim Gossage in Perth will take on expanded roles

 

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As part of the company restructure, the 10 News First weekday operation will be centralised in Sydney and Melbourne, and the network will move to a national weekday weather model fronted by Tim Bailey’s to-be-announced replacement.

Sydney, Brisbane and Perth will all host their news bulletins out of Sydney, while Melbourne and Adelaide will be based out of Melbourne.

Sandra Sully and Matt Burke will host the Sydney and Brisbane bulletins, and Jennifer Keyte and Stephen Quartermain will host the Melbourne and Adelaide edition.

A new team will be announced to host the Perth news. 

The changes are expected to be effective from Monday, September 14.

Jobs intact: Peter Helliar, Lisa Wilkinson and Tommy Little (pictured) are staying put alongside Waleed and Carrie on The Project, while Steve Price will remain as a contributor

Jobs intact: Peter Helliar, Lisa Wilkinson and Tommy Little (pictured) are staying put alongside Waleed and Carrie on The Project, while Steve Price will remain as a contributor

Jobs intact: Peter Helliar, Lisa Wilkinson and Tommy Little (pictured) are staying put alongside Waleed and Carrie on The Project, while Steve Price will remain as a contributor

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