She 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.”Courtesy 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.Joe 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 season’s Champions League winners will bid to carry the momentum from a successful week into the Barclays Premier League clash after keeping alive their two remaining quests for silverware in the FA Cup and Europa League. “Three points are a must for us on Sunday – we need to win the match,” Hazard said on Chelsea’s official website. “Chelsea are a big club – we have to win titles and to qualify for the Champions League. There’s a lot to do but we’ll try to do it all.” Eden Hazard believes a Chelsea victory over West Ham on Sunday is imperative as they seek to finish the season on a high. Hazard believes the close proximity of Thursday night’s 3-1 win over Steaua Bucharest, which secured a place in the Europa League last eight 3-2 on aggregate, could benefit Chelsea against a Hammers side who will be playing just their second match of the month. “It might favour us at the start of the game because we should be able to set the tempo and get into our stride quicker because we’ve been more used to playing competitive games recently,” Hazard said. “But where it might favour them slightly is the fact that towards the end of the game tiredness may set in for us, while in effect they should be stronger because they’ve had a bit of a rest. “It’s something we have to deal with, and with the support of our fans behind us I’m sure we will be able to.” Chelsea suffered the first defeat of Benitez’s tenure at Upton Park in December, despite entering half-time leading 1-0. “At Upton Park, one or two errors crept in, particularly during the second half, but we were very good in the first half,” Hazard said. “We need to try to repeat that first-half display on Sunday and make sure we get a positive result. We are going into the game in good form, so we should be able to produce a strong performance.” Press Association
Drivers with unpermitted tinted windows may soon see a relaxation of the stringent tint policy or stronger enforcement of it depending on the contents of the report on a research survey which was presented to Cabinet.According to Minister of State Joseph Harmon, at his post-Cabinet press briefing on Friday, the report was presented by Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan for Cabinet’s perusal and adoption. He noted that the survey was aimed at reviewing the policy by which vehicle tint permits are issued in Guyana.“The main purpose was to solicit the views of citizens on the use of vehicles with tinted windows in Guyana. The report also included information on best practices of a number of countries with regards to the use of motor vehicles with tinted windows. Cabinet accepted report and undertook to examine full content before approval,” Harmon informed.According to the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act, “No person shall have fitted to his motor vehicle and glass or safety glass or any material used in the place of such glass or safety glass which is so tinted or otherwise treated or coloured in such a manner or to such extent, as would result in obstructing the identification of the driver of the motor vehicle or any other person travelling in the motor vehicle by any person from outside the motor vehicle.”Earlier last year, Minister Ramjattan had stated that the issue of tinted vehicles has been the cause of some amount of criticism against his Ministry and the Guyana Police Force (GPF), especially since sections of the population are allowed to have tinted vehicles. According to Minister Ramjattan, the ministerial discretion is a difficult thing. Persons who are suffering from a range of health conditions have also been granted approval to use tints on their vehicles.“As it is, I have restricted it to people who suffer skin disease and ultraviolet rays affecting their eyes and also for certain public officials who for security reasons, need it and some businessmen. But it is very narrow right now, but a lot of people are asking me how I can give others and not give them,” he was quoted as saying.He said while many people approach his Ministry with health issues as the reason for their need to use tint, the police have pointed out some persons are using tints so dark, it has become a threat to security.“But what is the view of the people out there?… we need to talk to the people and get their views on what should be the policy…How can I give the businessman and not give them… there is a need for renewing a policy orientation on the problem,” Minister Ramjattan had indicated, hence the reason he undertook the survey.