Coleen Nolan has revealed her new boyfriend is almost 10 years her junior and she has moments when she worries she’s “too old for him”.
The Loose Women star, 55, went public with her new romance last year after meeting her new man via a dating app.
She’s keeping his identity a secret but she’s now revealed he’s eight years younger than her, but they have a lot in common.
In her weekly newsletter for The Mirror, Coleen explained they’ve spoken about the age gap but it doesn’t seem to be a problem.
She wrote: “I’ve had this discussion with the man I’m seeing.
“He’s 47 and I’m 55 and, although there are only eight years between us, I have moments of worrying I’m a bit too old for him.
“On the other hand, we both have a similar outlook and are in the same place in our lives. He’s divorced with children, as am I, so we have a lot in common, too.”
Coleen went on to admit she thinks age gap relationships can be a success as it all depends on whether couples have the same “attitude to life”.
She went on: “I think your attitude to life has a lot to do with the success of an age-gap relationship.
“You can be an old soul at 30 and find people of your own age tiresome or a young 50 year old who’s still keen to party and is better suited to someone younger.”
However, Coleen can’t help but worry about whether the eight years between her and her new man will become an issue.
She added: “I suppose my insecurity with dating someone a lot younger would be that he’d get to a point where he thought I was too old for him or that I’d start to feel old because I was with someone so much younger.
“There are of course age-gap relationships that have proved a big success – take the late Barbara Windsor and her husband Scott, who were blissfully happy for many years.”
Coleen recently confessed that although she’s enjoying her new relationship, it’s already being tested as they are being kept apart by lockdown.
She doesn’t like video calls so they are keeping their romance alive on the phone.
The telly favourite told us: “Luckily, I did find someone I really like online – the challenge now is how on earth to keep the relationship going when we can’t meet up.
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“I’ve got to admit, I’m not one for endless FaceTime calls – I’m not ready for him to see me in my trackie bottoms just yet and, believe it or not, I feel quite self-conscious on video calls.
“But we do talk on the phone every day and have been since the end of September.
“I’m enjoying the flirtation and having something nice to look forward to during the endless hours of lockdown, but it is frustrating not being able to move things on.
“I’d love any tips for virtual dates, so drop me a line if you have any good ideas.”
Coleen has been single since 2017 after splitting from husband number two, Ray Fensome, after 11 years of marriage.
She was previously married to I’m A Celebrity star Shane Richie, the father of her two sons.
On this occasion, the one that got all the praise on Instagram was the gorgeous Anette Michel when he gave his fans one of his best selfies and one of the most seductive that can be seen on his profile.
In this image it was impossible to see her in the eyes, because what captured the attention was that she revealed the little that covered her cleavage to the point of overflowing her charms and favoring it even better with the angle photographed by herself.
On the verge of reaching 60 thousand likes, the postcard of the driver also received praise: “Don’t go jumping please”, “Pretty Ane, very nice cleavage”, “Wow, beautiful”, “With all due respect, how pretty go ”,“ Beautiful lady ”.
The surprising thing is that in 2021 Anette will turn 50 years old and remains, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful and sensual women in the world of entertainment, as well as highlighting the great acting and driving talent that she possesses.
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A tip from his attorney caused Bezos to reconsider his company name.
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After graduating from Princeton with a degree in computer science and electrical engineering, Jeff Bezos, the future founder of Amazon, worked at several financial firms on Wall Street in New York City, including Fitel and the investment firm D.E. Shaw.
Bezos was able to move up in D.E. Shaw until he became the youngest vice president of this company in 1990, but four years later he left this position to dedicate himself to opening an online bookstore.
It was then that he came across a great question, what name would he give it?
Jeff Bezos originally wanted to give his new company a name that sounded very magical, so he had decided that it would be called ‘Cadabra’. However, the first attorney the company had, named Todd Tarbert, warned him not to do this.
Tarbert explained that ‘Cadabra’ sounded almost the same as corpse in English, especially when spoken on the phone., according to Business Insider… a relationship that turned out to be quite grim.
In the end, the future billionaire decided to ditch that name and keep Amazon, in honor of the largest river in the Amazon. This name was chosen because Bezos wanted his company to be the largest bookstore in the world.
After launching a prototype of the Amazon website, he asked 300 friends to test it, Bezos and some of his early employees began developing the software for the site in their garage.. Subsequently, the small team expanded their operations and began working on a two-bedroom house.
Today, Amazon is one of the largest companies in the world, and it is possible to buy almost any item, in addition to that it has made its founder one of the richest men in the world.
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Jon Gosselin has revealed he had a terrible battle with COVID-19 that left him hospitalized, not even knowing where he was for the first three days because he was so sick.
Jon Gosselin had a very scary experience with COVID-19. He was hospitalized with a dangerously high fever and still has residual coughing after battling the coronavirus. The father of eight opens up about his experience on the Jan. 14 episode of The Dr. Oz Show. His girlfriend’s daughter rushed him to the emergency room after he came down with a nearly 105 fever, which Dr. Mehmet Oz observed is a temperature at one’s body can begin going into seizures.
“My stepdaughter, Jordan, [girlfriend] Colleen [Conrad]‘s daughter, took me to the hospital and I had a 104.8 [degree fever],” Jon calmly explained in a preview clip from the show. “I was in a wheelchair. I had to wait in the ER. It was packed, like, the hospital was full and then they put me on a gurney and put me in the hallway in the waiting room, so I could get a temporary room.”
“Once they evaluated me and did all of my blood work, all of a sudden, I’m getting antibiotics, steroids and a plasma antibody transfusion for COVID. It happened really fast,” the 43-year-old continued. “Then they moved me…up to another room, a more permanent room. Then I just remember sleeping and it was just surreal. Like, ‘What?’ I didn’t even realize why I was there until, like, three days later,” that’s how out of it Jon was with COVID-19.
While he is fortunately on the mend and recovering, Jon feels that he got a “second chance” by being able to beat the coronavirus, which has killed 381,000 Americans as of Jan. 13. Jon has custody of two of his 16-year-old sextuplets by ex-wife Kate Gosselin — Collin and Hannah. But he wants their siblings who live with Kate: Aaden,Alexis, Leah and Joel, to know he’s thinking “of [the] future more,” despite their current estrangement.
“I hope that one day I can be part of your life,” he says to the teens on Thursdays’s episode. “I’m glad that I got a second chance. I was more concerned about myself in the hospital and getting better and getting back to my family. I miss them. That’s another surreal part of my life that I have developed a thick skin around to move forward, to just help Hannah and Collin right now, since they live with me. Those are things that I want to build towards.”
The funds will be used to provide free travel for children and the elderly
From April 2021, London Mayor Sadiq Khan plans to increase the part of the municipal tax that goes to the capital’s budget by 9.5%, according to The Evening Standard. The proceeds will be used to provide free travel for Londoners under 18 and over 60.
So, the council tax on category D will rise by £ 31.59 per year. £ 15 of this will be used to maintain the reduced fare, another £ 15 to support the police forces, and the remaining £ 1.59 to improve the work of the London fire department.
Taking into account the indexation from the local authorities, the total municipal tax increase in 2021 could be up to £ 100.
According to Sadik Khan, promotion is a forced measure. Now free travel for some categories of citizens in London is provided by the government, but from April it will shift responsibility to the metropolitan mayor’s office. “I understand that many families have faced serious financial difficulties due to the pandemic, but the government has left us no other choice. I promise all Londoners that every penny of this amount will be used effectively. “– said Khan.
In addition, the City Hall will not reduce the entry fee for central London until at least October 2021. Since June 22, 2020, it has risen in price from £ 11.5 to £ 15.
Lana Rhoades She is a true specialist who knows how to delight her loyal social media admirers with posts that occasionally disturb the henhouse.
A few days ago, the famous adult film actress shared on her Instagram account some photos in which she can be seen on a beach, clad in a swimsuit that barely lets one of her breasts escape.
“Just out here with a black eye from a very aggressive rafting ride listening to my own podcast @ official3g1k on the beach 🏝 happy new year 🎆”, he wrote in the image that has more than one million 700 thousand red hearts and a wave of comments where most went to congratulate her on how good she looks.
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Previously, the 24-year-old girl allowed her curves to be appreciated with a sensual outfit, through black and white images.
The United States on Thursday recorded a new 24-hour death record, almost hitting the 4,000 daily death mark, according to benchmark figures from Johns Hopkins University.
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At the same time, the country has recorded more than 265,000 new infections, according to a statement made daily at 8:30 p.m. by AFP of university figures, which are continuously updated.
The previous record of one-day deaths was recorded on Tuesday, with 3,936 dead (3,998 Thursday).
The number of people hospitalized is also at a higher since the start of the pandemic, with more than 132,000 patients occupying beds due to Covid-19, according to data from the Covid Tracking Project, which analyzes data in the United States on a daily basis. United.
The country had never recorded as many new cases as during the first week of 2021, the same source.
The situation is particularly worrying in the south and west of the country.
California authorities said Thursday they have deployed at least 166 refrigerated trailers to serve as temporary morgues in overwhelmed hospitals.
In Los Angeles, someone dies from COVID-19 every fifteen minutes.
After a first wave – never really subsiding – starting in March, then rebounding in the summer, the United States has been facing a new outbreak of the epidemic for more than two and a half months now.
After the spectacular increase in the number of new cases, the number of daily deaths increased dramatically from mid-November, now almost systematically exceeding 2,000 or 3,000 deaths per day (except on weekends, when the increases are less).
The country, where restrictions depend on local authorities, is ultimately counting on the vaccination campaign, which began in mid-December, to put an end to the epidemic. But the long-awaited collective immunity will still take months to materialize, experts warn.
Less than 2% of the population has so far been covered, with just under 6 million people having received a first injection.
In total, the United States has recorded 21.5 million cases and nearly 365,000 deaths from the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.
Nearly half of Canadians, including 46% of Quebeckers, visited their loved ones during the holidays, a new poll from the firm Léger said on Tuesday.
While most provincial governments had imposed travel limits during this period, nearly 34% of Canadians surveyed admitted having visited their family at least once, while 12% said they had done so occasionally and 2% more than once. thrice.
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Relationships with family and loved ones were at the heart of this Léger survey, while about 40% of Canadians said that the pandemic allowed them to spend more quality time and that 62% of them said they look forward to seeing their friends and family again.
In addition, the survey revealed that the population’s satisfaction rate with the federal government is at its lowest since the start of the pandemic, while only 62% of Canadians and 56% of Quebecers agree with the measures taken. by Ottawa.
As the country’s vaccination campaign began a few weeks ago, 71% of Canadians polled intend to be vaccinated, up 5% from the last poll on December 14.
In Quebec, 70% of people surveyed are in favor of the vaccine, and 42% of them said they wanted to receive the vaccine as soon as possible.
But Quebecers do not feel that they are out of the crisis.
About 67% of those polled expect health measures to remain in place even when the vaccine is more widely distributed and 35% believe the worst of the pandemic is yet to come.
The survey by the firm Léger was carried out online among 1,506 adult Canadians, including 402 Quebecers, between December 30, 2020 and January 3, 2021.
In the wake of this new 2021 it is still a question of understanding the dimensions of the immense ‘crater’ that the COVID-19 pandemic leaves the economy of the Big Apple. Everything outlines that bankruptcy and business closing, unfortunately, it will continue to be present on the horizon for the next few months.
New York City icons such as chain stores on every corner, its diverse array of restaurants, and even the “hornet’s nest” of yellow cabs in the urban scene, are experiencing a real crash.
Some academic reports already describe what happened in 2020 with famous chains from fast food restaurants, smartphone sales, pharmacies and at least 200 kinds of retail business models.
He Center for an Urban Future published a study stating that the pandemic forced the permanent or temporary closure of more than 1,000 stores of this category in all five counties.
“The number of retailers in these chains decreased from a total of 7,948 in 2019 to 6,891 stores in 2020, a decrease of 13.3 percent ”, details the extensive report product of a data collection between November and December of the 2020 pandemic.
Overall, 2% of these store categories in New York City have reported that their measures are temporary and 11.3% have not. specified if the closures are permanent.
198 stores closed in Queens
Just an example. When last September the “cheap” clothing chain Century 21 announced the closure of its nine stores in New York City, after reporting its bankruptcy due to the effects of the coronavirus, at least 1,400 people were unemployed. One of them was Colombian Giselle Matos, 45 years old, who worked as a cashier in one of its huge warehouses.
“I had been working in that chain for 10 years and we cried a lot when they told us they couldn’t take it anymore. We top it all. It’s been three months and it doesn’t look easy to get another job. Rather one feels that every time you walk down a street there is a new business that they closed ”, shares Matos who lives in Forrest Hill in Queens.
And it was precisely in Queens, the second county after Manhattan, where more closures were confirmed. There a total of 198 stores of well-known chains or franchises closed their doors. This represents 11.2 percent of the total number of businesses of this type in that locality.
Some neighborhoods were hit hardest, according to the report.
Specifically, more than 25% of the chain stores in the ZIP Code 11102 belonging to Astoria and zip code 11413 of Springfield gardens they did not continue to operate commercially in 2020.
Other numbers show the economic meltdown: 28 percent of JFK airport stores also went out of business or put a hiatus before abysmal decrease in visitors to the Big Apple.
“Last year was marked by unprecedented economic volatility in most sectors in all counties of the city, the national retail market experienced an unprecedented contraction as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, “the authors of the‘ Center for Urban Future ’report highlighted.
Those most affected: minority youth
He Dominican José Miguel Feliz, 22 years old, worked as a maintenance assistant at a branch of the gym chain New York Sport Club, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. When these establishments were allowed to reopen last summer, the young man expected to be called upon to rejoin. But the communication he received is that this headquarters, like 26 others, would not open “for now”.
“I helped my family. I had a dream to start studying at the university, but that plan will have to wait, ”said Feliz.
With an average unemployment rate of around 14.5% at the end of last year, other investigations report who are those who have suffered the most from the calamity of the business closure in general.
In a report published by The New York Times, Stephanie Aaronson, director of economic studies at ‘Brookings Institution’ concludes that the loss of jobs due to the pandemic has particularly affected young workers who are Black, Hispanic or without a college degree.
“They have even higher unemployment rates than younger workers in general. They are also more likely to have difficulties because their families they don’t have the resources to support themAaronson said.
Furthermore, as can be seen from an analysis of ‘The New School‘At the New York City Affairs Center, the 19 percent of adults under the age of 25 in the city they had lost their jobs compared to 14 percent of all workers.
While workers under the age of 25 made up only 10 percent of the city’s total workforce of 4.8 million before the pandemic, they had the 15 percent of jobs in service industries hardest hit, including restaurants, retail stores, entertainment and recreation.
The agony of restaurants
If an industry defines the life of the city of skyscrapers, it is bars and restaurants. After a long agony that began in the spring for this sector, where more than 60% of the workforce is of Hispanic origin, all the winds are directed strongly to consider that much of this industry will barely survive this year.
A new survey conducted by the New York State Restaurant Association, in conjunction with the National Restaurant Association, shows that these New York businesses suffered more in 2020 due to the economic crisis when compared to the industry across the country.
According to the query that struck the reality of 6,000 restaurant operators, including 238 in New York, during the last two weeks of November, 54 percent of the owners of the Big Apple said they are likely to close in the next six months, if they don’t have a federal aid package.
Compared to 37 percent nationwide, nearly 60 percent of New York carriers say they are considering shutting down until they wait for “better times,” compared to the 36 percent nationwide.
Overall, the National Restaurant Association estimates that one in six restaurants nationwide has already closed permanently due to the economic crisis amid the pandemic. Based on this estimate, that means that so far, 8,333 restaurants, including 4,500 establishments in New York have been permanently closed.
“However, the actual number of small neighborhood restaurant closings during may not be fully known for years,” said Eater New York, a restaurant trade publication.
The desperation of the taxi drivers
If before the pandemic, the traditional yellow taxis that are part of the city’s stamp faced the depreciation of the value of their permits (medallions) and the irruption of transport services such as Uber and Lyft, now COVID-19 has placed them in a “free fall” that keeps 80% of these entrepreneurs almost with the engines off.
With $ 54 in average daily income in the last quarter, these 21,000 workers at the wheel are doomed for bankruptcy, according to the latest data shared by the New York Taxi Workers Alliance (NYTWA).
Already on January 1, Bhairavi Desai, leader of this guild, he warned on his twitter account: “the struggle continues after so many months of pain.”
This union aspires to receive financial relief from the New York City Taxis and Limousine Commission in the coming months and the possibility of renegotiating its debts for the acquisition of the medallions. Otherwise at the end of this new year we would be at the head of the burial of this sector.
In detail: closures in the year of the pandemic
50% of stores chains such as Starbuck, Dunkin, Subway, Duane Reade, Modell’s or Baskins Robbins to mention just a few that closed temporarily or permanently their doors in 2020 were located in Manhattan, according to the balance of ‘Center for an Urban Future’.
520 of the total of 1,057 establishments under the category of ‘chains’ that stopped operating last year were in Manhattan.
3.7 percent of these establishments closed in 2019 and only 0.3 percent in 2018.
11.2% of this category of businesses closed in Queens
11.6% of these businesses registered a decrease in their units in Brooklyn and The Bronx
49 Starbucks stores they stopped operating, 46 in Manhattan and 4 in Queens.
18 Dunkin stores closed across all counties, although it remains the largest retailer with 618 stores.
70 stores of Duane Reade pharmacies have closed, out of 247 serving the Big Apple.
24,500 restaurants different categories serve in New York City, half could turn off their kitchens this year, according to inquiries from the sector.
1 in 5 workers from the most Hispanic axis of Queens, Jackson Heights – Corona, They are employees of the hospitality industry: bars, restaurants and hotels.
Manchester City humiliated Chelsea by thrashing them 3-1 to leave with the three points of Stamford Bridge, but the humiliation was even their own when the forward Timo Werner almost injured himself with only corner pennant.
Timo Werner was in charge of taking a corner kick, just when the London team was looking for at least the discount in a complicated clash with the ‘Citizens’ who had no problem dominating the entire game, but made a tremendous bear.
When he took the corner he ended up hitting the corner kick flagpole and taking a weak shot that hit the feet of one of his closest teammates, such action resulted something that was already classified on social networks as an embarrassing or pathetic bear.
A single victory in six games has taken Chelsea to eighth place, out of any European competition; while City is already in the fight. With one game less, four points separate him from the leader, Liverpool.