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TF? Couple marry naked in front of 40 naked guests and a naked officiator (photos)

TF? Couple marry naked in front of 40 naked guests and a naked officiator (photos)
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A couple married naked in front of 40 naked guests and a naked officiator.

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Nigel Seymour, 59, and his now-wife Rachel, 30, met on a nudist holiday three years ago.

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The couple enjoyed a whirlwind romance before getting engaged after just six months.

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Nigel, a car restorer, proposed to Rachel in front of 400 naked strangers while on a trip.

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The holiday was organised by British Naturism – a society for people who prefer living naked.

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Rachel, a care assistant, and her husband Nigel, decided they would be married while naked, surrounded by their closest friends and family.

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Rachel said: “Our naked wedding made perfect sense, as it meant I didn’t have to spend £1,000 on a wedding dress.

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TF? Couple marry naked in front of 40 naked guests and a naked officiator (photos)

“Getting married in the buff with your friends and family is still just as magical an experience.

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“It felt really freeing.

“We met in the buff, Nigel proposed in the buff and we had a ceremony naked. It closed the chapter.”

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Rachel joked that all guests had to bring to her “fun” naked wedding was a towel and sun cream.

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Nigel added: “The reaction we’ve had from friends and family who did not attend the blessing was very much, ‘That’s not for us but you carry on and let us know how you get on’.

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“But we loved every minute of it.”

The couple had asked around to find an officiator who would conduct the ceremony naked.

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The person they found was not a naturist, but agreed to go nude for the occasion.

After their wedding, the couple set off for a naked honeymoon in the world’s largest naturist village in France.

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TF? Couple marry naked in front of 40 naked guests and a naked officiator (photos)

Being naked feels normal to Rachel, who grew up with a naturist father named Harvey Allen.

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Harvey Allen, 74, was the photographer at his daughter’s wedding.

Whereas, Nigel only entered the lifestyle nine years ago at the age of 50.

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He said: “What I liked was that you had no idea what people did in their day-to-day lives – whether they were a judge, a doctor, or a police officer.

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“Being naked just levels everyone out.”

Nigel says it doesn’t matter what race, size or career you have in the nude as “nobody judges you”.

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For their legal ceremony, the couple decided to wear clothes, Daily Star reports

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US Senate passes new $484b Coronavirus relief package for small businesses, hospitals and Covid-19 testing

US Senate passes new $484b Coronavirus relief package for small businesses, hospitals and Covid-19 testing
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The US Senate has approved about $484 billion in new coronavirus aid for small businesses, hospitals and testing, making it the US’ second economic relief package since the Coronavirus pandemic started, if signed into law.

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The agreement, made after weeks of negotiation and disagreements between Republican and Democratic Lawmakers was passed by a voice vote after agreements were made on Sunday and Monday. 

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The deal will include an additional $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), $60 billion specifically for community banks and smaller lenders, as well as $75 billion for hospitals, $25 billion for testing, and $60 billion for emergency disaster loans and grants.

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US Senate passes new $484b Coronavirus relief package for small businesses, hospitals and Covid-19 testing

Sen. Rand Paul (Republican-Kentucky) said he opposed the funding but would not block its passage because more bail outs will increase America’s annual deficit. 

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Senator Rand is the only senator who has been infected with the coronavirus.

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“The virus bailouts have already cost over $2 trillion. Our annual deficit this year will approach $4 trillion. We can’t continue on this course. No amount of bailout dollars will stimulate an economy that is being strangled by quarantine,” Paul said from the Senate floor on Tuesday. 

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The House of Reps is expected to pass the bill on Thursday morning, with members returning to Washington for a recorded vote.

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US President Trump threw his support behind the relief package on Tuesday.

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“I urge the Senate and House to pass the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act with additional funding for PPP, Hospitals, and Testing,” Trump tweeted.

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Barack Obama melts hearts with his birthday message to Michelle Obama shared alongside goofy photos of the couple

Barack Obama melts hearts with his birthday message to Michelle Obama shared alongside goofy photos of the couple

Barack Obama never disappoints each time it’s his wife Michelle Obama’s birthday.

Michelle Obama turns 56 today and Barack celebrated her on Instagram by sharing cute and goofy photos of them together.

He accompanied the photos with words that have melted the hearts of his followers.

“In every scene, you are my star, @MichelleObama! Happy birthday, baby!” the former US president wrote.

Barack Obama melts hearts with his birthday message to Michelle Obama shared alongside goofy photos of the couple
Barack Obama melts hearts with his birthday message to Michelle Obama shared alongside goofy photos of the couple
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Ariana Grande falls on stage while performing on towering heels

Ariana Grande falls on stage while performing on towering heels

Ariana Grande took a fall on stage while performing in towering heels.

The singer was strutting on stage in Tampa, Florida, on Sunday, November 24, when her boots gave way and she lost her balance, landing on her knees.

But Ariana Grande made the fall stylish as she fell to the tune of her own song and that got an applause from the crowd.

Ariana Grande falls on stage while performing on towering heels

Rather than let it keep her down, Ariana burst out laughing as she was helped up by one of her male dancers and placed back on stage.

According to Tampa Bay Times, Ariana addressed the crowd after the fall, saying: “Thank you for making me feel loved when I fell earlier. I had to fall. It’s been 87 shows and I haven’t fallen yet, so it had to happen.”

She later took to Twitter to react to a video of her fall, writing: “oh my. at least i still made the button. i’m crying. things were going too well.”

Ariana Grande falls on stage while performing on towering heels

Watch the video below.

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Foreign News

Trump lawyer Giuliani subpoenaed in impeachment probe

The president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, pictured in July  2018
The president’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, pictured in July 2018

Giuliani has emerged as Trump’s point man in the Ukraine scandal, which mushroomed last week

House Democratic leaders on Monday slapped Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani with a subpoena to turn over Ukraine-related documents as part of an accelerating formal presidential impeachment probe.

The subpoena “compels you to produce the documents set forth in the accompanying schedule by October 15, 2019,” wrote House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff and his Democratic associates.

The subpoena seeks all communications by Giuliani and three of his business associates related to Trump’s alleged effort to pressure Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky to launch politically-motivated investigations against Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

Trump’s Ukraine call is now at the center of an impeachment drama, which Trump maintains is a “witch hunt” against him.Democrat subpoena Trump lawyer Giuliani | October 1Play Video

Giuliani, the former mayor of New York, admitted on live television last week that as Trump’s attorney he asked the government of Ukraine to target former vice president Biden, the chairmen said.

“In addition to this stark admission, you stated more recently that you are in possession of evidence — in the form of text messages, phone records, and other communications — indicating that you were not acting alone and that other Trump Administration officials may have been involved in this scheme,” they wrote to Giuliani.

Giuliani, who has emerged as Trump’s point man in the Ukraine scandal, has acknowledged meeting with Zelensky aides in Spain, specifying that he met the aides “at the request of the State Department” and that he had the memos to prove it.

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Adele now ‘dating Skepta’ after marriage split from Simon Konecki

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Adele, 31, is reportedly dating Skepta,37, following her marriage split with estranged husband Simon Konecki.

The singer and rapper who hail from Tottenham have been in frequent contact and have also been enjoying a string of dates since Adele’s marriage to her ex Simon Konecki ended in April.

According to The Sun, the chart-topper joined Skepta to help celebrate his 37th birthday at the Crystal Maze experience in London just two weeks ago. 

A source revealed to the publication: ‘Adele and Skepta have been there for each other a lot after both their relationships split up. They have a close bond and there’s definitely a special connection.

‘They’re spending more and more time together. Some of their friends are hoping and predicting they could end up being a great couple one day.’

The insider added: ‘They are both private about their love lives and they are both committed to their children first and foremost as well.’ 

Adele shares a son, Angelo, with Simon while Skepta (real name Joseph Junior Adenuga Jr) became a father in November. He previously dated supermodel Naomi Campbell, 49. 

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Schoolboy kills himself after classmates post Snapchat screenshots exposing him as bisexual

Schoolboy kills himself after classmates post Snapchat screenshots exposing him as bisexual

A teenager committed suicide after being outed as bisexual online, his family have said.

Channing Smith, 16, fatally shot himself on September 22, hours after his classmates posted screenshots of his messages online.

The exposed texts show Channing confiding in a friend about his sexuality. But the friend, along with a female classmate, shared the screenshots on Snapchat and Instagram on Sunday night, Channing’s brother Joshua Smith said.

“They did it to just completely humiliate and embarrass my brother,” Joshua added.

Schoolboy kills himself after classmates post Snapchat screenshots exposing him as bisexual

“Being in a small, rural town in the middle of Tennessee, you can imagine being the laughing stock and having to go to school Monday morning.”

After his chats were exposed, Channing reportedly called the girl and told her he was going to commit suicide. The classmate did not bother to alert anyone else about his plans to take his life. Just hours later, the 16-year-old took his own life.

Joshua added: “He couldn’t face the humiliation that was waiting on him when he got to school on Monday, so he shot and killed himself.”

Now the family are pushing District Attorney Craig Northcott to file charges against the classmates.

The office announced it was investigating events surrounding the teenager’s death.

“My office has encouraged, cooperated in and supported the investigation into the events leading to this death,” Northcott told news station WTVF.

He added: “Ethically, I am prohibited from commenting on an open investigation or prosecution. However, procedurally, no charging decisions have been made by my office nor has the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department asked for a decision since the investigation has not been completed.”

A balloon release and candle light vigil will be held in Channing’s memory on Thursday. October 3.

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UK parliament resumes after bombshell court ruling

The EU flag flaps in the wind in front of the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.
The EU flag flaps in the wind in front of the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.

PM Johnson will address the House of Commons after his suspension of parliament was ruled unlawful

British parliament members returned to work on Wednesday after the Supreme Court in a bombshell ruling struck down Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of the house just weeks before the Brexit deadline. 

Johnson cut short his trip to New York for the United Nations General Assembly to return to London and is expected to address parliament on Wednesday. 

The bombshell court judgement has hit the prime minister’s authority , prompting calls for his resignation and cast even more doubt on his vow to pull Britain out of the EU on October 31- deal or no deal. 

Labor opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on Johnson to resign, but said he will refrain from calling a no confidence vote in parliament until the possibility of a no-deal Brexit has been eliminated. 

Johnson has told British media he “strongly disagreed” with the court decision but would respect it. 

The embattled British leader is likely to renew his call for an early election to end the parliamentary stand-off, having said on the sidelines of the UNGA that it was the “obvious thing to do.”

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Democrats to move towards impeachment as Trump confirms halting Ukraine aid

US President Donald Trump pictured left, former vice president Joe Biden pictured right
US President Donald Trump pictured left, former vice president Joe Biden pictured right

Trump confirmed he had withheld aid to Ukraine just a day before he urged Zelensky to investigate the Bidens

While President Donald Trump addressed world leaders at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Democrats in the US weighed impeachment over the mounting abuse of power scandal involving his top 2020 rival Joe Biden. 

Biden, the former vice president turned leading Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential race, is due to make a statement on Trump’s “ongoing abuse of power” on Tuesday.

Biden is expected to call for Trump’s impeachment if the president fails to cooperate with Congressional requests for information related to Ukraine and other investigations, a campaign aide said. 

Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, meanwhile, summoned a party meeting Tuesday to address the growing number of calls to pursue the president’s impeachment. 

The mounting scandal involves reported attempts by Trump to pressure the new Ukrainian president to open a corruption investigation into Biden’s son Hunter.

The confrontation began over a secret whistleblower complaint surrounding a July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Ahead of his UNGA address, Trump confirmed that he had withheld aid to Ukraine just a day before he urged Zelensky to investigate the Bidens, but said the move was related to pressure from European countries to put up more to support Kiev. 

“I think it’s ridiculous, it’s a witch hunt,” Trump said.

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Trump tells UN: Future belongs to ‘patriots,’ not ‘globalists’

U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019.
U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019.

‘The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations who protect their citizens’

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched a fresh assault on the global order while addressing the United Nations, telling gathered world leaders that “globalists” will not triumph. 

“The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots,” Trump said.

“The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations who protect their citizens, respect their neighbors and honor the differences that make each country special and unique,” he said.