Kylie Jenner releases skin care products in Europe with Coty Inc., Douglas

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Kylie Jenner’s skin care line is now available in Europe.

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On Friday, beauty company Coty Inc. announced that customers in Europe can buy Kylie Skin at more than 2,000 Douglas beauty retail stores in 25 countries.

Six products will be available, according to a press release from Coty: a face wash, a face scrub, a moisturizer, an eye cream, a toner and a serum.

WHO IS KYLIE JENNER?

Jenner launched her skin care line a year ago, the press release said.

"I am so excited to be celebrating Kylie Skin's first birthday by launching in Europe, at Douglas,” Jenner said in a statement. “The creation of my skincare line was an incredible process for me, from designing the packaging to developing and perfecting the formulas that are now a part of my day to day skincare routine.”

HOW DID KYLIE JENNER BECOME A BILLIONAIRE?

“So many of my fans have been asking me to make my skincare available in Europe, and I’m so happy that they’ll now be able to make my favorite products a part of their daily lives, too,” she added.

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In November, Jenner sold a controlling stake in her cosmetics company to Coty for $600 million.

As part of the deal, her company was rebranded from Kylie Cosmetics to Kylie Beauty. The company is primarily known for its lip liners and lipsticks.

Jenner, 22, is the youngest self-made billionaire and is worth an estimated $1 billion, according to Forbes.

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No10 releases SAGE schools advice which warns lockdown caused a 'shock' to kids that will last the rest of their lives

Downing Street today published the findings in a move to reassure worried parents and teachers about its plan to re-open schools on June 1.

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The documents – which also confirmed the risk of children catching coronavirus was "much lower" than adults, were released as militant teaching unions and councils prepared to defy the government and refuse to go back.

Only a handful of councils plan to reopen schools on June 1, leaving parents across the country in the dark over their children's education.

The final decision on whether or not to open up classrooms will fall to headteachers and teaching unions.

Now new documents warn children will be affected forever by missing out on lessons, with the most vulnerable hit hardest.

In a report into the impact of school closures, it says: "A cohort of children have experienced a shock to their education which will persist and affect their education and work outcomes for the rest of their lives.

"Similarly, the current lockdown may lead to an increase in adverse childhood experiences".

The document warns this could include domestic violence, poor parental mental health, child neglect, and abuse.

It also found the most vulnerable are more likely to suffer because of the lockdown, specifically those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and those with learning needs, social difficulties, emotional and mental health (SEMH).

It said: "Attachment is likely to be a significant issue, especially for children with SEMH.

"We know that a failure to positively support psychological development are likely to have longer negative implications for child development.

"The most vulnerable will also be negatively affected by existing family distress,housing, poverty, lack of outside space and opportunities for play and exercise, crucial for positive mental health and wider development."

The warnings include:

  • Children with special educational needs and disability "very likely" to be adversely affected
  • More vulnerable children likely to be affected the most
  • Learning at home more likely to reinforce inequalities between children
  • Emotional problems could be missed by psychologists
  • The risk to children's welfare has "increased significantly"
  • Almost 7 in 10 surveyed said school closure had impacted on their child’s
    mental health
  • Almost 3 in 10 said it impacted their child’s physical health


The report was authored by Gavin Morgan of UCL, Brooke Rogers of King's College London, and Chris Bonell of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Finished on April 16 2020, it was also worked on by G.J. Melendez-Torres of Exeter University, and Alistair Smith of the Department of Education.

The documents also support going back to schools, in a blow to the hardline union bosses – who have claimed it could cost lives.

The advice will pile pressure on the army of councils rebelling against the date to drop their opposition and let kids back to class.

According to a survey of 151 local authorities in England by The Times, only a small minority were willing to abide by Government advice.

Almost two thirds of local authorities responded but only 17 of them said they would be planning a return for June 1.

Another 47 said they were leaving it up to individual schools and headteachers and they would not lay out directions.

Nine councils said they hadn't yet decided or did not provide a clear response.

The documents claim it is no more dangerous for teachers than any other key worker.

A whopping 10.6 million people – a third of all workers – are ‘key workers’ across the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics.

This includes NHS and social care staff, but also an army of other workers including bus and train drivers, supermarket staff, police and some council staff.

Hardline unions had drawn up a list of 169 health and safety demands before teachers go back to class.

One of the sticking points is having a robust contact tracing system in place – a move Mr Johnson said would be up and running by June 1.


It comes as parents were being told to make their minds up by today if they intend to send their primary school-aged children back to school after half term.

The state schools that are opening have sent letters to parents asking whether they intend to keep their children at home or not, and say they need to know today what their decision is.
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an independent group of scientific experts warned schools can't open safely by June 1.

Former Chief Scientific Adviser and chair of 'the Independent SAGE' group, Sir David King has urged the Government to push back the date to reopen the nation's schools.

The Independent Sage group has slammed the Government for failing to bring in contact tracing faster – saying it could have curbed new infections in just three weeks.

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Katy Perry releases official music video for her single Daisies

Pregnant Katy Perry strips completely naked and shows off her burgeoning baby bump in Daisies music video

  • Katy announced in she was expecting her first child, a daughter, with actor and fiancé Orlando Bloom, 43, back in March 
  • She made the statement in the music video for her last single Never Worn White 
  • The couple have been in a relationship on and off since 2016 
  • Katy was previously married to comedian Russell Brand and Orlando was married to Miranda Kerr – they are parents to son Flynn, nine 

Katy Perry dropped the lead single Daisies for her highly anticipated fifth studio album on Thursday evening.  

In the nearly three-minute video, Katy donned a romantic linen dress before artistically stripping down completely giving her audience a clear view of her bare, burgeoning baby bump.

Promoting body confidence and celebrating the changes to her shape, Katy covered her modesty with her hands as she appeared at one with nature. 

Beaming with confidence: With little to no warning, the camera flashed on Katy’s dress floating in the water and then flashed onto her nude body galavanting through the tranquil river

Katy passionately lip synced the lyrics to her track, while resting among a picturesque field of daisies.

She rose to her feet, which allowed her to tower over the plethora of flowers surrounding her before jumping into the song’s powerful chorus. 

‘They said I’m going nowhere, tried to count me out. Took those sticks and stones, showed ’em I can build a house. They tell me that I’m crazy, but never let ’em change me til they cover me in daisies,’ sang Katy, while running her fingers through her bleach blonde hair.

Perry sported a minimalist makeup look complete with a mauve stained lip, an enviably dewy complexion, and a few light layers of mascara. 

Raw: Waterfalls surrounded the music star as she continued belting the song’s lyrics in her nude glory, while celebrating her body’s changes 

Pregnant: Katy announced in March via the music video for her previous single Never Worn White that she was expecting her first child with actor and fiancé Orlando Bloom, 43

Effects: Waterfalls surrounded the music star as she continued belting the song’s lyrics in her nude glory

The camera zoomed out to reveal the vast nature of the flower field, while informing the audience that the remainder of the video will be set in an ethereal forest.

She screeched the final reiteration of the word ‘Daisies’ in the song’s chorus before appearing in a rocky riverbed. 

‘When did we all stop believing in magic? Why did we put all our hopes in a box in the attic?,’ uttered the singer in the intro of the song’s second verse.

Daisies: Katy dropped the lead single Daisies for her highly anticipated fifth studio album on Thursday evening and began the video wearing a romantic linen dress 

Visual artist: And as if new content from the 35-year-old singer were not enough to satiate her massive fan following, Perry also released the track’s coinciding music video on YouTube

Cherishing the moments: And, in the Daises video, Katy looked far along in her pregnancy and appeared to feel nothing but love for her changing body

Poignant: Katy passionately lip synced the lyrics to her track, while resting among a picturesque field of daisies

Katy wore a see-through linen dress that included a matching cardigan that fastened just above her bump.

She cautiously dipped her manicured toes in the stream’s chill water before slowly untying the ribbon holding her cardigan around her.

‘I’m the long shot, I’m the hail Mary. Why can’t it be me,’ belted Perry before returning to the song’s chorus.

Chorus: ‘They said I’m going nowhere, tried to count me out. Took those sticks and stones, showed ’em I can build a house. They tell me that I’m crazy, but never let ’em change me til they cover me in daisies,’ sang Katy, while running her fingers through her bleach blonde hair

Fresh: Perry sported a minimalist makeup look complete with a mauve stained lip, an enviably dewy complexion, and a few light layers of mascara

Powerful lyrics: ‘I’m the long shot, I’m the hail Mary. Why can’t it be me,’ belted Perry before returning to the song’s heart pumping chorus.

Vintage: The entirety of the music video appeared to be shot on film

She slowly let the light weight cardigan fall down her arms before completely tossing it off and immersing herself in the water surrounding her.

With little to no warning, the camera flashed on Katy’s dress floating in the water and then flashed onto her nude body galavanting through the tranquil river.

Katy tastefully concealed her chest with her arm, while showing off her bare bump and bottom to the camera.

Big picture: The camera zoomed out to reveal the vast nature of the flower field, while informing the audience that the remainder of the video will be set in an ethereal forest

Airy: Katy wore a see-through linen dress that included a matching cardigan that fastened just above her bump

Waterfalls surrounded the music star as she continued belting the song’s lyrics in her nude glory.

And as if new content from the 35-year-old singer were not enough to satiate her massive fan following, Perry also released the track’s coinciding music video on YouTube. 

Katy announced in March via the music video for her previous single Never Worn White that she was expecting her first child, a daughter, with actor and fiancé Orlando Bloom, 43.

And, in the Daises video, Katy looked far along in her pregnancy and appeared to feel nothing but love for her changing body. 

Dramatic: She slowly let the light weight cardigan fall down her arms…

Immersion: …before completely tossing it off and immersing herself in the water surrounding her.

Free: With little to no warning, the camera flashed on Katy’s dress floating in the water and then flashed onto her nude body galavanting through the tranquil river 

In the following scene, Katy reappeared fully dressed in her original airy garb.

The video then transitioned to a moodier setting that showed Katy standing atop a hill as the sun slowly set.  

Her cardigan blew about in the strong wind, while she continued to spew the lyrics to her self-written track. 

Moody: The video then transitioned to a moodier setting that showed Katy standing atop a hill as the sun slowly sets

Embrace: Her cardigan blew about in the strong wind, while she continued to spew the lyrics to her self-written track

Free as a bird: She lifted her arms behind her and embraced the breeze as it forced her dress to press tightly to her bump

360 view: Katy’s proud stance was captured from all angles before she fled the hill to explore a series of nearby rock formations

She lifted her arms behind her and embraced the breeze as it forced her dress to press tightly to her bump. 

Katy’s proud stance was captured from all angles before she fled the hill to explore a series of nearby rock formations. 

The music video concluded with a montage of up close shots of Perry’s face before zooming out and capturing the singer standing confidently atop an epic rock ledge.

One more time: Katy sang her heart out in the song’s final go at the chorus

Up close: The music video concluded with a montage of up close shots of Perry’s face…

Epic finale: …before zooming out and capturing the singer standing confidently atop an epic rock ledge.

Shortly after releasing the Daisies music video, Katy took to Instagram to provide her nearly 97million followers with some insight on the song’s meaning and how she hopes her audience will interpret it. 

‘I wrote this song a couple months ago as a call to remain true to the course you’ve set for yourself, regardless of what others may think,’ she began in the post’s caption.

‘Recently, it has taken a new meaning for me, in light of what the whole world is experiencing. Each of us is one in more than seven billion, with our own story of strength and resilience to tell.’

Providing insight: Shortly after releasing the Daisies music video, Katy took to Instagram to provide her nearly 97million followers with some insight on the song’s meaning and how she hopes her audience will interpret it

I hope it will be the soundtrack to going for your dreams now… especially the ones we left behind,’ concluded Perry.

Katy first announced that she was releasing the lead single off her impending fifth album last Friday.  

‘The first single from #KP5 is called #DAISIES and she’s coming MAY 15, 2020,’ wrote the Teenage Dream songstress on Instagram.

Lead single: Katy first announced that she was releasing the lead single off her impending fifth album last Friday

Fifth album: Amazon’s Alexa AI revealed exclusively on Thursday that Perry’s full length record – which currently remains untitled – will drop on August 14 of this year; Perry pictured in March

She also showed off the track’s gorgeous cover art, which showed her lounging peacefully in a field of daises. 

Amazon’s Alexa AI revealed exclusively on Thursday that Perry’s full length record – which currently remains untitled – will drop on August 14 of this year.

The record is presumed to revolve around her engagement to Bloom, her prior failed music era, and her first go at pregnancy.

Orlando proposed to Katy on Valentine’s Day in 2019 following an American Idol taping held in Los Angeles. 

Her new life: The record is presumed to revolve around her engagement to Bloom, her prior failed music era, and her first go at pregnancy; Perry pictured with Bloom in 2019 

Shortly after giving the Lord Of The Ring’s star an excited ‘YES,’ Perry took to Instagram to share the happy news with her fanbase.

The couple have been dating on and off since 2016 after rubbing elbows at a Golden Globes after party. 

Perry said that she is expected to give birth to her daughter sometime in the Summer.

Though this Katy’s first child, Orlando is already dad to nine-year-old son Flynn who he shares with ex wife Miranda Kerr. 

Engaged: Orlando proposed to Katy on Valentine’s Day in 2019 following an American Idol taping held in Los Angeles

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Pentagon releases three UFO videos shot by US Navy

US officials have formally released three shocking videos taken by Navy pilots that show ‘unidentified aerial phenomena.’

Footage released by the Pentagon on Monday appears to show unidentified flying objects soaring through the sky as they are recorded on infrared cameras. Two of the clips include surprised reactions from pilots who are clearly taken aback by how strangely the objects are moving. One even suspects the object could be a drone.

Navy officials previously acknowledged the videos last September and they were published by a private company before they were officially released by the Pentagon.

Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough said the reason the videos have been officially released is ‘in order to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos.’

‘After a thorough review, the department has determined that the authorized release of these unclassified videos do not reveal any sensitive capabilities or system and does not impinge on any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena.’

The videos made shockwaves after they were published in late 2017 and early 2018 by To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences, a company that studies information about unidentified flying objects that was co-founded by former Blink-182 band member Tom DeLonge.

One of the pilots, David Fravor, who saw the strange flying objects in 2004 opened up about the encounter in 2017,

‘As I got close to it… it rapidly accelerated to the south, and disappeared in less than two seconds,’ Fravor told CNN.

‘This was extremely abrupt, like a ping pong ball, bouncing a wall. It would hit and go the other way.’

The Navy has since established formal guidelines on how pilots can report what they believe are UFOs and the former head of a classified Pentagon program that studied unknown ariel phenomenon, Luis Elizondo, said ‘there is very compelling evidence that we are not alone.’

‘These aircraft – we’ll call them aircraft – are displaying characteristics that are not currently within the US inventory nor in any foreign inventory that we are aware of.’

Elizondo resigned in 2017 in protest over the programs secrecy and opposition it faced.

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Jacqueline Jossa releases new range of pyjamas fans can ‘wear all day’ in lockdown – The Sun

JACQUELINE Jossa has extended her fashion range to include plenty of pairs of pyjamas that fans can wear during lockdown.

Jacqueline, 27, took to Instagram on Saturday to reveal In The Style would be adding nightwear to her edit this weekend.

Sharing a snap of herself wearing a pink and black spotted pair, Jacqueline told her 2.7 million followers: "GOOD MORNING SUNSHINE ☀️ Anyone else just living the days and nights through in their PJ’S!! SAME!

"I think I am the most excited about this than anything else I have done! I’m launching PJS GUYS!! Like whaaaaat!! They are all so amazing and so cosy and comfy!!

"I’ve worked super hard and LOVE THEM ALL!! Launching tomorrow at 6 on the app! I can’t wait to show you them all so I hope you love them as much as me! Keep your eyes pealed! @inthestyle."

The addition of nightwear comes after Jacqueline unveiled her super successful In The Style range earlier this year.

The former EastEnders actress has been making the most of being locked down during the global coronavirus pandemic by doing plenty of exercise.

Back in January the I’m A Celeb star revealed she had converted her garage into a home gym, telling followers: "I can stop being such a lazy sloth and sort my life out a little bit."

She said having a gym at home means she can workout alongside mummy duties.

"I'd rather do it at home. I don't love the gym," she said. "I'd rather just put the kids to bed or wake up in the morning and get stuff done at home."

And the results are plain to see as Jacqueline has recently been showing off her curves in loungewear and crop tops.

The body confident babe told fans earlier this week: "You ain’t gotta be stick thin to wear a crop top guys."

The mum-of-two also showed off her work-out plan on Instagram, alongside her husband Dan Osborne.

Her plush gym boasts a treadmill, bench press and state of the art weight machines.

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