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Sophie Turner Reveals Her, Joe Jonas’ Daughter Willa’s Birthday

first_imgShe and the Jonas Brothers member, 31, announced on July 27 that their daughter had arrived. “Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are delighted to announce the birth of their baby,” the couple told Us Weekly in a statement at the time.The news came five months after Us confirmed that the Dark Phoenix star was pregnant with their first child. A source revealed in February that Turner was “due in the middle of summer.”The English star didn’t address her pregnancy publicly but was spotted on multiple walks with Jonas with her baby bump on display. Two months after giving birth, Turner shared throwback photos of her budding belly in a bikini.- Advertisement – Super subtle! Sophie Turner shared her and Joe Jonas’ daughter Willa’s birthday with a new necklace.“Thank you @jenniferfisherjewelry,” the Game of Thrones alum, 24, captioned a Sunday, November 15, Instagram Story selfie. The actress rocked a white tee with layered gold necklaces, one reading “22.07.20.”Sophie Turner Reveals Her and Joe Jonas’ Daughter Willa’s Birthday With New JewelryCourtesy of Sophie Turner/Instagram- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Turner added, “I don’t know if I feel like a wife yet. I don’t know how I feel. I mean, I feel good, obviously. But it happened so recently that I’m just kind of floating at the moment.”She and the Arizona native started dating in 2016 and got engaged the following year. She and the former DNCE member secretly tied the knot in May 2019 in Las Vegas before wedding in front of family and friends in France the following month. The married couple’s first ceremony was live-streamed by Diplo, which Turner found “funny” after the fact.Sophie Turner Reveals Her and Joe Jonas’ Daughter Willa’s Birthday With New JewelryJoe Jonas and Sophie Turner. Broadimage/Shutterstock“It would have been better if no one had known,” the Emmy nominee told PorterEdit later that same month. “I think at some point I would have had to stop saying ‘fiancée’ but marriage is a private thing between two people and I think that’s how it should always be. It’s not about the dress, it’s not about the food. It’s about being husband and wife, and being dedicated to each other forever.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Bailey: Fair must break out of offensive slump for Syracuse to go on championship run

first_imgC.J. Fair caught the pass from Trevor Cooney and rose up from the right corner, all alone. with Syracuse trailing North Carolina State 34-32 and 11:36 left on the clock. He flicked his wrist as he watched the 3-pointer roll off his fingers. If good, it would give the Orange its first lead since the 4:18 mark of the first half.But it fell short — way short. It was Fair’s second air ball of the night, and that left the 31,572 fans in the Carrier Dome speechless. You could almost hear the ball hit the floor.“Each game you try to show that you’re one of the top guys,” Fair said. “Sometimes it ain’t always your night.”Saturday wasn’t Fair’s night despite hitting the game-winning layup with 6.7 seconds to play. But neither was Wednesday, when SU beat No. 25 Pitt and Fair disappeared for the first 37 minutes. And neither was last Monday when Fair shot 2-of-13 and the Orange barely edged ice-cold Notre Dame.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn fact, since Fair’s 28-point outburst against Duke on Feb. 1 — after which he proclaimed himself the best player in the Atlantic Coast Conference — he’s shooting just 37.5 percent from the field, 20 percent from 3-point range and 66.7 percent from line.If Fair can’t rediscover his offensive consistency, the Orange will have a hard time competing for a national championship.“C.J.’s had a couple bad games,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “He’s going to have a couple. I didn’t think he had his legs. He couldn’t get his legs on his jump shots. “He made five layups.”Fair shot 5-of-16 against the Wolfpack, indeed missing every one of his jump shots. He threw up two air balls, missed a critical runner in the lane with 2:23 to go and split at the foul line at the 41-second mark.He wasn’t just slow to start, like he was against the Panthers when he hit a 3-pointer and pull-up jumper on the wing in the last two minutes. He was ineffective for 40 minutes. This is the preseason ACC Player of the Year. A senior captain. A potential All-American. The guy who every other player on this team looks to in timeouts late in games.“Doug McDermott is probably the best scorer (in the country), but C.J.’s definitely right behind,” SU point guard Tyler Ennis said. “Versatility wise, he can score outside, inside. He’s definitely underrated.”Fair was unsure if fatigue played a factor in his shooting woes Saturday. The Orange has played three games in the last seven days — and Fair has played 118 of 120 minutes —but he chalked up the struggles, in part, to relying on his upper body too much.Moving forward, though, his workload won’t lighten too significantly. The potential return of senior center Baye Moussa Keita could alleviate a few minutes per game, but with an even more daunting stretch of three games in six days ahead, Boeheim can’t afford to take his best player off for that long.The Orange hosts Boston College on Wednesday, travels to Duke for round two on Saturday and plays at Maryland on Monday. “We need to get better on offense,” Fair said. “It starts with me. I think that if I can get things going early throughout the whole game, it will make things for my teammates a lot easier. If I can get going I think our offense will be a lot better.”When the offense hits a rut in a win-or-go-home game, the team will turn to Fair. And if the Orange is to go on a championship run, he’ll have to be ready to answer the call.Stephen Bailey is the sports editor at The Daily Orange where his column occasionally appears. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter at @Stephen_Bailey1. Comments Published on February 17, 2014 at 2:55 am Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Gunners maintain pressure on Premier League leaders Leicester

first_imgHowever, there was one major disappointment for Arsenal fans after last night’s game.Wenger confirmed that Alexis Sanchez had a set-back in his return from injury during the week and the Chilean isn’t expected to return to action until January 10th. Goals from Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud helped Arsene Wenger’s side to take all three points – despite a late strike from Yaya Toure that set-up a tense finish to the game.The Gunners have now climbed back to within two points of Leicester at the top of the table, while they have also put some breathing space between themselves and City, who remain six points adrift of the leaders and four behind Arsenal.The Arsenal manager says that he won’t allow his players to get too carried away…last_img

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