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Radio host Jackie O’ Henderson was left red-faced on Wednesday after asking an NRL star if he planned to ‘pick up’ before the State of Origin opener – only for the sportsman to clarify he’s married with children.

Henderson and her co-host Kyle Sandilands were chatting to Latrell Mitchell of the South Sydney Rabbitohs and NSW Blues on The Kyle and Jackie O Show when they seemingly forgot he was in a committed relationship.

Mitchell, 23, who was relaxing in Townsville with NSW teammates Josh Addo-Carr and Damien Cook, was first asked by Sandilands if the players were ‘cruising’ the town for ‘the talent’. 

Awkward! Radio host Jackie O’ Henderson (right, with Kyle Sandilands) was left red-faced on Wednesday after asking an NRL player if he planned to ‘pick up’ before the State of Origin opener – only for the sportsman to clarify he’s married with children

Henderson, 46, laughed and said: ‘Are you allowed to pick up before Origin day?’    

Unbeknownst to the radio presenters, Mitchell is actually married and has kids.

Sandilands, who was amused by his co-host’s gaffe, said: ‘Surely their wives would have a problem with that? You know his wife listens [to the show], Jackie? Why don’t you say hi?’ 

‘I’m married, I’m married’: Henderson and her co-host Kyle Sandilands were chatting to Latrell Mitchell (pictured) of the South Sydney Rabbitohs and NSW Blues on The Kyle and Jackie O Show when they seemingly forgot he was in a committed relationship

‘I’m married, I’m married,’ Mitchell said.  

Henderson seemed genuinely sorry about the gaffe and apologised to Mitchell. 

The rugby league star is married to his long-term partner, Brielle Mercy, with whom he shares two children.

Their second child, Aleena, was born in April last year. 

Sorry! Henderson, 46, asked: ‘Are you allowed to pick up before Origin day?’ She apologised after Mitchell told her, ‘I’m married, I’m married’ 

Family: The rugby league star is married to his long-term partner, Brielle Mercy (left), with whom he shares two children 

Mitchell will be making a big return to the NSW Origin side after being dropped in controversial circumstances after the 2019 opening match.   

The Blues are trying to reclaim an Origin win after losing last year’s series. 

Sandilands finished the interview with some motivational talk against the Maroons, saying: ‘Just get out there and f**king smash these guys.’   

Making a comeback: Mitchell will be making a big return to the NSW Origin side after being dropped in controversial circumstances after the 2019 opening match

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Royal expert claims Meghan and Harry chose Lilibet to ‘secure the Sussex brand’

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A royal expert in Australia has weighed in on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s decision to use the Queen‘s nickname Lilibet for their newborn daughter. 

Speaking to The Morning Show on Wednesday, royal commentator Angela Mollard suggested they did so to ensure the Sussex brand remained connected to the palace, regardless of the status of their royal titles.

Mollard also said the Queen’s hands may have been tied regarding the use of the name, suggesting Harry and Meghan may have ‘complained to Oprah’ if she said ‘no’. 

‘It’s not a great look’: Royal commentator Angela Mollard (left) questioned the appropriateness of Megan Markle and Prince Harry using the Queen’s ‘personal’ name for their daughter so soon after publicly criticising the royal family. Left: Mollard on Wednesday’s broadcast of The Morning Show, right: The Sussexes posing with newborn son Archie in 2019 

‘I imagine they use the name Lilibet to secure the brand, the Sussex brand, to make that connection to the palace,’ she told hosts Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur, suggesting they were using it for strategic reasons in case they lose their titles.

Mollard said she liked the name, but that it was ‘too close’ to the royal family that they have chosen to separate from.

‘It’s a personal name. It’s a name that Phillip obviously called Elizabeth. It’s too close,’ she said.

‘But could you imagine – if the Queen had said “no” they could have gone on Oprah and [complained] “yeah she wouldn’t let us use that name”‘.

‘I imagine they use the name Lilibet to secure the brand, the Sussex brand’: Mollard also told hosts Larry Emdur (left) and Kylie Gillies (right) that the Sussexes may have used the Queen’s name for strategic reasons, in case they lose their royal titles down the track 

Mollard admitted that Harry had been fond of the name Lili for a number of years, but said the Duke of Sussex lost the right to use the name by criticising her during the Apple TV+ docuseries The Me You Can’t See last month. 

‘When you trounce your grandmother for her poor parenting and then you go and take her name, it’s not a great look,’ she said.   

Mollard said the Queen likely feels ‘disheartened’ by the way Harry and Meghan have spoken about her to the media, and that using the name Lilibet is in poor taste. 

‘It just doesn’t fit with me’: Mollard said the Queen likely feels ‘disheartened’ by the way Harry and Meghan have spoken about her to the media, and that using the name Lilibet is in poor taste

‘To have [used the name Lilibet] so soon after criticising the monarchy, it just doesn’t fit with me,’ she said.   

The Duke and Duchess Sussex plunged the royal family into crisis with their televised Oprah interview in March, during which they accused an unnamed royal of making a racist remark about their son Archie’s skin tone and claimed Harry’s family had failed to help Meghan when she was suicidal. 

Last month, Harry also suggested in the Apple TV+ docuseries The Me You Don’t See that his father had allowed his children to ‘suffer’ when it came to the media because of his own negative experience growing up in the Royal Family. 

Controversial: The Duke and Duchess Sussex plunged the royal family into crisis with their televised Oprah interview in March, in which they accused an unnamed royal of making a racist remark about their son Archie’s skin tone and claimed Harry’s family had failed to help Meghan when she was suicidal

Sweet family nickname for Queen that inspired Harry and Meghan’s name for their baby daughter

Lilibet – the Queen’s family nickname – was first used when Princess Elizabeth was just a toddler and unable to pronounce her own name properly.

Her grandfather King George V would affectionately call her ‘Lilibet’, imitating her own attempts to say Elizabeth.

The sweet nickname stuck and she became Lilibet to her family from then on. 

The Duke of Edinburgh also referred to his wife as Lilibet, writing to his mother in law after their wedding: ‘Lilibet is the only ‘thing’ in the world which is absolutely real to me.’

Harry and Meghan’s new baby daughter – the Queen’s 11th great-grandchild – will be known as Lili. A variation on Lily, the flower is often seen to symbolise purity, commitment, rebirth and fertility.

Lili’s middle name Diana honours Harry’s later mother Diana, Princess of Wales. It is no surprise the couple chose to pay tribute to Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997 when Harry was just 12.

 

Lili has been born almost a month before the princess would have celebrated her 60th birthday on July 1. Her cousin Princess Charlotte also has Diana as one of her middle names, as well as Elizabeth. She is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

Harry and the Duke of Cambridge are due to unveil a statue of their mother at Kensington Palace on her birthday, but the arrangements have yet to be confirmed, amid a long-reported rift between the brothers.

The Sussexes’ tribute to the Queen is likely to be seen as an olive branch to the monarch and the rest of the family.

Pictured: Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California where Lilibet was born. The hospital is a private facility where births cost up to $37,000. 

Harry and Meghan plunged the Windsors into crisis with their Oprah Winfrey interview in March when they accused an unnamed royal of making a racist remark about their son Archie’s skin tone before he was born.

They also said the institution failed to help Meghan when she was suicidal. But during the televised interview with Winfrey, the Sussexes lauded the Queen.

Harry spoke of his respect for his grandmother, while Meghan said: ‘The Queen… has always been wonderful to me.’ 

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On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their daughter’s arrival.

‘On June 4, we were blessed with the arrival of our daughter, Lili,’ they said.

‘She is more than we could have ever imagined, and we remain grateful for the love and prayers we’ve felt from across the globe. Thank you for your continued kindness and support during this very special time for our family.’

Lili, who is eighth in line to the throne, was born in Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California, a private facility where births cost up to $37,000.   

Welcome to the world, Lili: On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their daughter’s arrival. ‘On June 4, we were blessed with the arrival of our daughter, Lili,’ they said

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Alessandra Ambrosio flashes toned tummy following Pilates class with gal pal Ludi Delfino

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She has been enjoying a hot and heavy romance with fellow model Richard Lee.

But Alessandra Ambrosio made it a priority to get in some ‘girl time’ on Tuesday afternoon.

The 40-year-old supermodel was seen exiting a Pilates class in West Hollywood with her close gal pal Ludi Delfino.

Girl time: Alessandra Ambrosio was seen exiting a Pilates class with her close gal pal Ludi Delfino in West Hollywood on Tuesday

Ambrosio put her washboard abs on full display in a tight grey sports bra and a pair of matching leggings.

She slipped her feet into a pair of New Balance trainers and had a windbreaker tied around her waist.

The Victoria’s Secret Angel carried her essentials in a highlighter yellow crossbody bag.

Despite wearing workout clothes, Alessandra gave her ensemble a hint of glamour by throwing on a few chainlink necklaces and a bangle on each wrist.

Toned: Ambrosio put her washboard abs on full display in a tight grey sports bra and a pair of matching leggings

Sporty: She slipped her feet into a pair of New Balance trainers and had a windbreaker tied around her waist

She wore her brunette hair tied up into a high ponytail and shielded her eyes with a pair of reflective wraparound shades. 

Ludi strolled beside Alessandra in a bright blue Alo Yoga bra and leggings set paired with a lightweight denim top.

Before attending her Pilates class, Ambrosio took to Instagram to post about World Oceans Day.

Antithesis: Ludi strolled beside Alessandra in a bright blue Alo Yoga bra and leggings set paired with a lightweight denim top

Pop of color: The Victoria’s Secret Angel carried her essentials in a highlighter yellow crossbody bag

‘It’s World Oceans Day! Let’s protect the ocean today and every day!!!’ captioned the GAL Floripa founder, who included a video of herself and her 12-year-old daughter Anja paddle boarding.

Another clip in Alessandra’s video showed her and Anja holding hands and diving into the crystal clear ocean water together. 

She shares Anja and nine-year-old son Noah with her former fiance Jamie Mazur, 40. The pair split in 2018 after 10 years together.

Alessandra’s romance with Wilhelmina model Richard Lee marks her first public romance since ending her two-year relationship with Alanui co-designer Nicoló Oddi last year.

Beach gal: Before attending her Pilates class, Ambrosio took to Instagram to post about World Oceans Day; Alessandra pictured in May

Motherhood: Alessandra shares  her daughter Anja, 12, and nine-year-old son Noah with former fiance Jamie Mazur, 40. The pair split in 2018 after 10 years together; Anja, Alessandra, and Noah pictured in January

Since going public with their relationship in March, Alessandra and Richard have enjoyed a plethora of PDA-filled outing together around Los Angeles, including a recent beach day with pals in Santa Monica.  

The catwalk model – who became a US citizen on September 4 – frequently documents her glamorous, globe-trotting lifestyle on social media to her 10.3million followers.

On the career front, Alessandra co-founded her second swimwear brand GAL Floripa with her younger sister Aline and best friend Gisele Cória in March 2019.

The mother-of-two, who retired her Victoria’s Secret ‘wings’ in 2017, previously ran her eponymous swimwear line Ale By Alessandra from 2014 to 2018.

Puppy love: Alessandra’s romance with Wilhelmina model Richard Lee marks her first public romance since ending her two-year relationship with Alanui co-designer Nicoló Oddi last year; Alessandra and Richard pictured in May

Social butterfly: The catwalk model – who became a US citizen on September 4 – frequently documents her glamorous, globe-trotting lifestyle on social media to her 10.3million followers; Alessandra pictured on June 7

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Myleene Klass set to star in documentary about the taboo of miscarriages after losing four babies

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Myleene Klass is set to explore the taboo surrounding miscarriages in a new documentary – eight months after revealing she had tragically lost four babies.

The presenter, 42, will meet other mums who’ve gone through the agony of miscarriage in the one-off film for W, titled Myleene Klass: Miscarriages and Me. 

Speaking about the documentary, Myleene, who has daughters Ava, 13, Hero, 10 and ‘rainbow’ son Apollo, 2 months, she said: ‘It can’t go on being the big dark secret that we have to carry around.’ 

Close to home: Myleene Klass is set to explore the taboo surrounding miscarriages in a new documentary – eight months after revealing she had tragically lost four babies

She told The Sun: ‘I think I needed to make this because I needed to watch this. After my miscarriages I had to try and find some answers, some peace, some solidarity with people who’ve been through it too.

‘You just don’t want to feel alone because the defining feeling of miscarriage is feeling alone.I’m getting to a point in my life where I’m finding it very tricky to find a woman who hasn’t gone through miscarriage.’

The radio host went on to say that making the documentary made her ‘realise’ just how many women have had miscarriages and she questioned people could ‘know so much’ about the women in their lives, but not be aware of something that has ‘shaped who they are.’

She continued: ‘Miscarriage still feels like a taboo. I’d like to help make these conversations a little easier. It can’t go on being the big dark secret that we have to carry around.’

Tragic: The presenter, 42, will meet other mums who’ve gone through the agony of miscarriage in the one-off film for W, titled Myleene Klass: Miscarriages and Me (pictured in October after revealing her four miscarriages)

On Tuesday, the star took to her Instagram to share snaps of herself filming an unknown project.

Though Myleene didn’t specify she was filming her documentary, she did confirm that it was ‘something very important in the making’. 

In January, Myleene told how she suffered a miscarriage while presenting a live radio programme – yet found the strength to finish the show.

In a moving interview with You magazine, the singer-turned-broadcaster describes how she went to the toilet during a break and realised she had lost her child.

Family: Speaking about the documentary, Myleene, who has daughters Ava, 13, Hero, 10 and ‘rainbow’ son Apollo, 2 months, she said: ‘It can’t go on being the big dark secret that we have to carry around’

Solidarity: ‘I think I needed to make this because I needed to watch this. After my miscarriages I had to try and find some answers, some peace, some solidarity with people who’ve been through it too’ 

‘I was on air. I went to the loo while the music was playing and there was blood everywhere. I didn’t know what to do. I had one hour left of my show.’

Distraught, she called her friend Lauren Laverne, the presenter of Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, who gently supported her through the rest of the show. 

‘She said, ‘Do one link, take a breath, come out and call me.’ She got me through. I did the next link and called her. We counted the links,’ she recalls.

‘I would go out, sob and come back in, take a deep breath and speak.’

At work: On Tuesday, the star took to her Instagram to share snaps of herself filming an unknown project

Important: Though Myleene didn’t specify she was filming her documentary, she did confirm that it was ‘something very important in the making’

It came after Myleene revealed in October that she suffered four miscarriages before giving birth to her ‘rainbow baby’, son Apollo. 

Myleene told how she is a ‘mama to seven babies’ – her daughters, Ava, and Hero, and Apollo, as well as ‘four little stars in the sky’.

The brave star made the announcement when she took to Instagram to share her experience on National Baby Loss Miscarriage Day.

Candid: In October, Myleene revealed on National Baby Loss Miscarriage Day she suffered four miscarriages before giving birth to her ‘rainbow baby’, son Apollo 

Her story: The presenter told how she is a ‘mama to seven babies’ – her daughters, Ava, 13, and Hero, 10, and Apollo, 22 months, as well as ‘four little stars in the sky’

The broadcaster explained that model Chrissy Teigen, who lost her baby son Jack halfway through her pregnancy in September, gave her ‘the courage to write’ about what she went through. 

While Myleene could fall pregnant, there was ‘no explanation’ for why she couldn’t carry her babies to term, so when she was expecting Apollo, doctors ‘took no chances’ and gave her ‘countless, endless hormones’ to keep the placenta working.   

Alongside two photos of her bump during her pregnancies, Myleene wrote on Instagram on Wednesday: ‘I am Mama to 7 babies, Ava, Hero, Apollo my rainbow baby and 4 little stars in the sky.  

Speaking out: Myleene took to Instagram to share her experience on National Baby Loss Miscarriage Day

‘I know after my own MC’s (miscarriages) how I scoured the internet for stories similar to mine for peace, reassurance. I hope this helps even one lost soul.’ 

Myleene said she suffered her first miscarriage when she was at the airport, flying home for a dilation and curettage procedure, which is often performed after a first-trimester miscarriage. 

She explained: ‘I’d started bleeding heavily at 10wks on holiday. The scan was the saddest sight I’ve ever seen in my life. The first and last time I saw my baby.

‘As the doctor pushed the camera on my belly, the familiar black and blue image of my baby sprung onto the screen, then started to sink and slowly floated down, til it just hunched over. 

‘I knew. “I’m sorry there’s no heartbeat”.’ 

Not alone: The broadcaster explained that model Chrissy Teigen , who lost her baby son Jack halfway through her pregnancy in September, gave her ‘the courage to write’

Support: Myleene thanked Amanda Holden, who lost her son Theo while pregnant, for ‘keeping her together’ other the past few years 

Myleene said she was asked to confirm the procedure, but ‘cried so hard’, a nurse had to answer on her behalf.  

‘The feeling is nothing short of traumatic, shock,’ she said. ‘They taped my bracelet to my wrist, two gold swallows. It made me sob. Swallows love for life and always come home.

‘I told the anaesthetist to please make sure I wake up as I’m a mum then I cried again at what they were going to take out. I woke to emptiness and the horror of what had happened.

‘I felt I’d failed my baby and my partner.’ 

Motherhood: The former HearSay singer said she ‘felt I’d failed my baby and my partner’ when she suffered her first miscarriage, before eventually falling pregnant with Apollo (pictured)

Baby joy: Myleene alluded to her trauma in this post in August last year: ‘Will never get over or take for granted the miracle of growing and carrying a child!  (and yes, I’m STILL pregnant!)’

Myleene described her second miscarriage as ‘worse if that’s possible’ because she like she already had her ‘one in four’ experience – referring to the one in four women who suffer baby loss. 

The former HearSay star said her baby stopped growing at 10 weeks, but for reasons completely unrelated to her first miscarriage.   

Reliving the trauma, Myleene said: ‘I didn’t take my eyes off the fire alarm on the ceiling, lest I break completely. Walking past the pregnant women in reception was torture.

Gorgeous family: Alongside Apollo, Myleene is proud mum to Ava, 13, Hero, 10, whom she shares with her ex-husband Graham Quinn

‘This D&C was no less traumatic. In fact, the familiarity of it cut deeper. The “wishes to dispose of the products of pregnancy” form, the walking to theatre, the ugly socks. Having everything one minute, a name, a school, then nothing.

‘The third, I miscarried at work. The fourth, the loo. Whilst I could get pregnant, there was no explanation for why I couldn’t keep them.’

When Myleene became pregnant with her gorgeous son Apollo, doctors ‘took no chances’. 

Brave face: The star explained how she injected herself with ‘countless, endless hormones into my belly to keep my placenta working’ while she was pregnant with Apollo (pictured in 2019)

The Dancing On Ice contestant explained how she injected herself with ‘countless, endless hormones into my belly to keep my placenta working.’

Speaking of her rainbow baby, Myleene said: ‘He signifies everything good in the world to me, my miracle. 

‘To my friends and Mamas who have experienced this, you are the strongest women I know. Thinking of you today’.

For help with related issues, contact Tommy’s, a miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth charity, at mailbox@tommys.org or call 0800 0147 800.

What causes a miscarriage?

It is highly unlikely that you will ever know the actual cause of a one-off miscarriage, but most are due to the following problems:

ABNORMAL FETUS

The most common cause of miscarriages in the first couple of months is a one-off abnormal development in the fetus, often due to chromosome anomalies. ‘It’s not as though the baby is fine one minute and suddenly dies the next,’ says Professor James Walker, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Leeds. 

‘These pregnancies fail from the outset and were never destined to succeed.’ Most miscarriages like this happen by eight weeks, although bleeding may not start until three or four weeks later, which is worth remembering in subsequent pregnancies. ‘If a scan at eight weeks shows a healthy heart beat, you have a 95 per cent chance of a successful pregnancy,’ says Professor Walker.

HORMONAL FACTORS

A hormonal blip could cause a sporadic miscarriage and never be a problem again. However, a small number of women who have long cycles and irregular periods may suffer recurrent miscarriages because the lining of the uterus is too thin, making implantation difficult. 

Unfortunately, hormone treatment is not terribly successful. 

‘There used to be a trend for progesterone treatment, but trials show this really doesn’t work,’ warns Professor Walker. ‘There is some evidence that injections of HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin, a hormone released in early pregnancy) can help, but it’s not the answer for everyone.’ The treatment must be started as soon as the pregnancy is confirmed, at around four or five weeks.

AGE 

For women over 40, one in four women who become pregnant will miscarry. [One in four women of all ages miscarry, but these figures include women who don’t know that they are pregnant. Of women who do know that they’re pregnant, the figure is one in six. Once you’re over 40, and know that you’re pregnant, the figure rises to one in four]

AUTO-IMMUNE BLOOD DISORDERS

Around 20 per cent of recurrent miscarriers suffer from lupus or a similar auto-immune disorder that causes blood clots to form in the developing placenta. 

A simple blood test, which may need to be repeated several times, can reveal whether or not this is the problem.’One negative test does not mean that a women is okay,’ warns Mr Roy Farquharson, consultant gynaecologist who runs an early pregnancy unit at the Liverpool Women’s Hospital. 

Often pregnancy can be a trigger for these disorders, so a test should be done as soon as possible,’ he adds.But it can easily be treated with low dose aspirin or heparin injections, which help to thin the blood and prevent blood clots forming – a recent trial also showed that women do equally well on either. ”We have a 70 per cent live birth rate in women treated for these disorders,’ says Dr Farquharson, ‘which is excellent.’

OTHER CAUSES

While uterine abnormalities, such as fibroids, can cause a miscarriage, many women have no problems carrying a pregnancy to term. An incompetent cervix can also cause miscarriage at around 20 weeks. 

While this can be treated by a special stitch in the cervix, trials suggest it is not particularly successful, although it may delay labour by a few weeks.Gene and chromosomal abnormalities, which can be detected by blood tests, may also cause recurrent miscarriages in a small number of couples. 

A procedure known as preimplantation genetic diagnosis can help. After in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), a single cell is taken from the developing embryo and tested for the gene defect. Only healthy embryos are then replaced in the womb.

 It is an expensive and stressful procedure – and pregnancy rates tend to be quite low – but for some this is preferable to repeated miscarriages or a genetically abnormal baby.

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