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Kyle Walker: Manchester City and England star apologises to wife after fathering second child with model | UK News

England and Manchester City star Kyle Walker has apologised to his wife after fathering a second child with another woman.

The 33-year-old defender said he had made “idiot choices” and needed to “own up to my mistakes”.

“What I’ve done is horrible and I take full responsibility,” he told The Sun newspaper.

“The only person to blame is me. I have roles and responsibilities that I’m aware of, and I’ve made stupid choices.

“But I need to own up to my mistakes – I owe it to everyone.”

Walker, an England international, is married to Annie Kilner. The couple have three children, with a fourth on the way.

They first met when Walker was 17, and married in 2022, after a 12-year relationship.

However, in April 2020, the model and influencer Lauryn Goodman announced she had given birth, and later named Walker as the father.

Manchester City's Kyle Walker with the trophy after they win the FIFA Club World Cup 2023 final at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Picture date: Friday December 22, 2023.
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Kyle Walker won the FIFA Club World Cup with Manchester City in December. Pic: PA

According to The Sun, Walker vowed he would have no further contact with Goodman, beyond any financial arrangements between them.

However, Walker is reported to have met Goodman in October 2022 having travelled to London for groin surgery.

Walker told the newspaper that Goodman informed him in “late October or early November” last year that she was pregnant with their second child.

Annie Kilner, girlfriend of England's Kyle Walker during the FIFA World Cup Group G match at Kaliningrad Stadium. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday June 28, 2018. See PA story WORLDCUP England. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Editorial use only. No commercial use. No use with any unofficial 3rd party logos. No manipulation of images. No video emulation
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Annie Kilner at a match in 2018. Pic: PA

Lauryn Goodman attending the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them European Premiere at Leicester Square, London.
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Lauryn Goodman in 2016. Pic: PA


According to the newspaper, Kilner found out about Walker’s second child with Goodman when the model sent her a message on Instagram.

Walker, who won the treble with club-side Manchester City last season, has reportedly moved out of his home with Kilner, and is currently living in a rented flat.

“I can’t begin to think or imagine what Annie is going through. I’ve tried to ask her but there’s pain and hurt,” he told the newspaper.

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In 2020, the Manchester City footballer apologised after it was widely reported he held a party at his Cheshire home in violation of the nation’s lockdown measures.

The club promised that the 30-year-old would be subject to an “internal disciplinary procedure”.

“I reflect on, you know, my decision-making,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live at the time.

“It was bad decisions from me at an important time for the country and the world. I take full responsibility for that but I’m moving on now.”

Walker was also given an out of court disposal – which is not a criminal charge – over an allegation that he indecently exposed himself in a bar during an incident in March last year.

Kyle Walker: Manchester City and England footballer won’t face criminal charge over alleged indecent exposure | UK News

Kyle Walker will not face a criminal charge over an allegation that he indecently exposed himself in a bar, police have confirmed.

The Manchester City and England footballer voluntarily attended a police station for questioning on Thursday following the circulation of a video on social media.

The alleged incident was said to have happened in a bar in Wilmslow, Cheshire, after City’s 2-0 Premier League win over Newcastle earlier this month.

Cheshire Police confirmed Walker was given an out of court disposal – meaning he won’t face a criminal charge – and “the matter is now closed”.

In a statement on Friday, the force told Sky News: “On Wednesday 8 March, Cheshire Constabulary was made aware of a video circulating on social media in relation to an alleged incident at a bar in the Wilmslow area.

“Officers have now concluded their enquiries which included speaking to those directly involved.

“A 32-year-old man from Prestbury voluntarily attended a police station for questioning on 16 March.

“He has been dealt with by an out of court disposal and the matter is now closed.”

Manchester City footballer Kyle Walker being investigated by police over alleged indecent exposure | UK News

Manchester City and England footballer Kyle Walker is being investigated by police over allegations he indecently exposed himself in a Wilmslow bar.

Cheshire Police said officers were investigating the incident following the circulation of a video on social media.

The alleged incident is said to have happened in a bar on Sunday after City’s 2-0 Premier League win over Newcastle.

A statement from police said: “On Wednesday 8 March, Cheshire police was made aware of a video circulating on social media in relation to an indecent exposure which allegedly occurred in the Wilmslow area.

“Enquiries in relation to the incident are in the early stages and no arrests have been made at this time.”

The Sun released security camera footage from the pub which the papers claims shows Walker pulling down his tracksuit bottoms.

The paper reports that the 32-year-old was drinking with friends at a Manchester venue.

City, who gave their players two days off after the Newcastle victory, have declined to comment.

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The PA news agency understands Walker contests the allegations and reported for training as normal after the two-day break.

Walker’s representatives have been approached for comment.

Dan Walker: Presenter ‘confident’ he is not to blame for bike crash | UK News

Broadcaster Dan Walker has said he is “confident that I am not to blame” after he was hit by a car while on his bike earlier this week.

The former BBC Breakfast presenter was struck off his bike on Monday morning while riding on a road in central Sheffield.

Writing in The Sunday Times, the 45-year-old said he “could have died” but confirmed he is unable to remember any details of the accident.

Screengrab from twitter after bike crash. Pics: @mrdanwalker

“There is still nothing there, which a large part of me is very happy about. I can’t go into details at the moment because the police might take another week or so to publish their report but, after talking to Conor (a police officer), I am confident that I am not to blame and I hope this can be resolved outside the courts,” he said.

“I know I could have died but I also know how easy it is to make a mistake, even when you’re trying to be careful.

“I can’t really remember what they (the driver) looked like, from that moment they were looking over me as I came round, but I do recall that they looked deeply distressed and I imagine it is all they are thinking about at the moment.

“That Monday could have been the day that changed their life for ever. I asked Conor if I would be able to talk to the driver if they were OK with that. I’ll let you know what happens.”

Dan Walker posts pictures on his twitter after he was involved in an accident with a car while riding his bike

Presenter hopes to return to work next week

Walker thanked the police, NHS and ambulance services, as well as friends, family and members of the public who helped him following the crash.

He said he has hated “doing nothing” and confirmed he hopes to return to his role as a Channel 5 news anchor next week.

“As long as the swelling and bruising have gone down, I think I will go back to work later this week,” he wrote.

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Dan Walker posts pictures on his twitter after he was involved in an accident with a car while riding his bike

‘Don’t be a helmet. Wear a helmet’

In several social media posts after the accident Walker has said the helmet he was wearing saved his life.

In his article for The Sunday Times he writes: “If anyone is looking for a new campaign slogan for cyclists, may I humbly suggest the message on some of the flowers which arrived this week: ‘Don’t be a helmet. Wear a helmet.'”

On Wednesday a spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police told Sky News: “No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.”

Walker left the BBC to join Channel 5 last year and took part in the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing.

Nicola Bulley: Police searching for missing dog walker appeal for ‘key’ witness | UK News

Police searching for Nicola Bulley have appealed for a “key” witness who they believe was in the area on the morning of the mother-of-two’s disappearance.

The witness is a woman seen pushing a pram on the morning of Friday 27 January, when Ms Bulley went missing.

Officers believe Ms Bulley fell into the River Wyre while she was walking her dog.

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Nicola Bulley disappeared on 27 January

However her family and friends have claimed there is “no evidence whatsoever” behind the police’s theory.

The woman was seen walking in the village of St Michael’s on Wyre at around 8.22am.

She is again seen walking just under 20 minutes later at 8.41am.

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A spokesperson for Lancashire Police said: “It is believed that the female in question may have walked along the river path during these times and so detectives want to speak to her and urge her to get in touch.”

The force spokesperson added that it was crucial to gather as much footage as possible from the area on that morning to “review every piece meticulously” and establish whether Nicola can be seen.

“We know from the footage we are currently reviewing, that this is a busy road, particularly at that time in the morning,” they added.

“There will be many people who were in that area at the time who may not think they can help, however we would urge you not to make that decision yourself and to come forward so we can have as much material as possible to assist the investigation.”

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Retracing Nicola Bulley’s journey

Crucial 10-minute window

Ms Bulley, 45, was last seen walking her dog on a footpath by the River Wyre.

Police are focusing their investigation on a crucial 10-minute window when the mortgage advisor’s movements are unaccounted for between 9.10am and 9.20am.

A timeline pieced together by the force found she logged into a work conference call on Microsoft Teams at 9.01am.

Nine minutes later a witness who knows Ms Bulley said they saw her on the upper field walking her dog, Willow, which was off her lead.

This is the last confirmed sighting of her.

At 9.20am, police believe her phone was left on a bench by the river.

At 9.30am, the work conference call ended but she stayed connected – before her phone was found three minutes later on the bench by another dog walker.

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‘I don’t know how I am coping’

We will ‘never lose hope’

Ms Bulley’s partner, Paul Ansell, vowed to “never lose hope” on Friday, a week after she “vanished into thin air”.

He said he was focused on supporting their daughters, aged six and nine, but added: “I don’t know how I am coping.

“I don’t want to think about that.”

Friends and family told Sky News correspondent Katerina Vittozzi it was “too soon for condolences”, and say they are not ready to accept the police’s theory that Ms Bulley fell into the river.

They have now set up a community search hub at the village tennis club where people are invited to take a map of the local area and try and help.

‘It’s too soon for condolences’ say Nicola Bulley’s friends and family

This is a small Lancashire town in a desperate search, where no one wants to give up looking.

Nicola Bulley’s friends say it’s too soon for condolences, that the police’s theory, that Nicola fell into the river, is not one they can, as yet, accept.

Ms Bulley’s friend, Heather Gibbons, told Sky News: “As far as we are aware, there is no evidence that she is in that water.”

She praised the police for the “incredible” amount of resources devoted to the river, but added: “This is not adding up and it’s not adding up on a huge, huge scale, which makes you think, ‘well then, there has to still be hope’, because we’re missing something, something is not making sense.”

Now Ms Bulley’s friends and family have established a community search hub in the village tennis club, where people can come, take a map of the local area and try and help.

Lal Kilpatrick, a search volunteer who has known the missing mother-of-two for 20 years, said she wanted to help during what she described as a “distressing time for the family”.

Meanwhile strangers are also offering their support, including Lee Ward, who has never met Ms Bulley or her family but felt compelled to help.

“I saw it on the news, it eats you up inside thinking what they are going through,” Mr Ward told Sky News.

For Nicola Bulley’s friends and family, there are still far more questions than answers right now.

The police investigation has been extensive, it has covered 15km of rivers all the way down to the sea but it’s still here, the fields where Nicola was last seen, and where her phone and dog were found, that continues to draw people, all with the same question – what happened that morning?

Specialists and divers from HM Coastguard, mountain rescue and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service have been deployed to assist the search, in addition to sniffer dogs, drones and police helicopters.

A team of detectives have been working to analyse telephone communication, house to house enquiries, CCTV, dashcam footage and other digital enquiries, Lancashire Police said.

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‘It’s a very, very odd one’

Forensics search and rescue expert Peter Faulding told Sky News he has been left “mystified” by the “strange” circumstances of Ms Bulley’s disappearance.

Mr Faulding, who has worked on hundreds of cases, said the tidal nature of the River Wye has presented difficulties for police during the search operation.

But he added: “I mean, the phone being found, a bench; normally, if someone would trip, they would have their phone in their hand.

Police officers on the River Wyre, in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire, as police continue their search for missing woman Nicola Bulley, 45, who was last seen on the morning of Friday January 27, when she was spotted walking her dog on a footpath by the nearby River Wyre. Picture date: Friday February 3, 2023.
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Police officers on the River Wyre, in St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire searching for Ms Bulley

“You know, the dog being dry; going after dogs, this is why a lot of people drown. They jump after their dogs.

“But the dog was found dry, so it clearly didn’t go in the river, and that’s what gets my suspicion about this case is it’s a very, very odd one.”

Ms Bulley is described as 5ft 3in tall, with light brown shoulder-length hair, which was tied in a ponytail when she disappeared.

She speaks with an Essex accent and was last seen wearing an ankle-length black quilted gilet, with a black long-sleeved waist-length Vector coat underneath.

She was also wearing tight black jeans, long green walking socks tucked into her jeans and ankle-length green wellington boots from Next.

The mum-of-two was also wearing a necklace and a pale blue Fitbit.

Ms Bulley’s family are being supported by specially trained police officers who are keeping them fully updated.

Nicola Bulley: Family and friends insist there is ‘no evidence’ behind the police theory dog walker fell in river | UK News

Family and friends of missing woman Nicola Bulley have claimed there is “no evidence whatsoever” behind a police update suggesting the mother-of-two fell into the river.

Officers believe the 45-year-old “sadly” fell into the River Wyre while she was walking her dog last Friday morning but are continuing the search.

It is understood Ms Bulley went missing in just “a 10-minute window” while she was walking her dog, Willow, close to the River Wyre, after dropping off her daughters – aged six and nine – at school.

Search teams from Lancashire Constabulary are continuing to trawl the waterway near St Michael’s.

Ms Bulley’s friend, Emma White, told Sky News that the “police hypothesis is on limited information”.

She said: “When we are talking about a life we can’t base it on a hypothesis – surely we need this factual evidence.

“That’s what the family and all of us are holding on to – that we are sadly no further on than last Friday.

“We still have no evidence, and that’s why we’re out together in force.

“You don’t base life on a hypothesis.”

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Meanwhile, Ms Bulley’s sister Louise Cunningham shared a Facebook post urging people to carry on the search and to “keep an open mind”.

She said: “Off the back of the latest Police media update, please can I add there is no evidence whatsoever that she has gone into the river, it’s just a theory.

“Everyone needs to keep an open mind as not all cctv and leads have been investigated fully, the police confirmed the case is far from over.”

Ms Bulley’s friend Ms White also dismissed the theory that she may have tried to retrieve a tennis ball from the river while playing with her dog Willow.

“Willow loved using a tennis ball very much, but it used to disturb their walk so they haven’t had a tennis ball since last year”.

“There was definitely no ball,” she added.

Police have speculated that Nicola Bulley had an issue with her dog, Willow.
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Police have speculated that Nicola Bulley had an issue with her dog, Willow.

Police have urged the public to look out along the river for the items of clothing that Ms Bulley was last seen wearing.

This includes an ankle-length black quilted gilet jacket, a black Engelbert Strauss waist-length coat, tight-fitting black jeans, long green walking socks, ankle-length green Next wellies, a necklace and a pale blue Fitbit.

Specialist search teams from Lancashire Police, beside the bench (top left) where Nicola Bulley's phone was found, on the banks of the River Wyre, in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire, as the search continues for the missing woman who was last seen on the morning of Friday January 27
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Specialist search teams from Lancashire Police, beside the bench (top left) where Nicola Bulley’s phone was found

Search teams are also being helped by specialists and divers from HM Coastguard, mountain rescue, and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service – with sniffer dogs, drones, and police helicopters also being used.

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Police officers on the River Wyre, in St Michael's on Wyre, Lancashire, as police continue their search for missing woman Nicola Bulley, 45, who was last seen on the morning of Friday January 27, when she was spotted walking her dog on a footpath by the nearby River Wyre. Picture date: Friday February 3, 2023.
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Police officers on the River Wyre, in St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire, as the search continues

Detectives are also analysing CCTV and dashcam videos, and members of the public with footage which could be useful have been urged to come forward.

Speaking at a news conference on Friday, Superintendent Sally Riley said there may have been an “issue with the dog that led her to the water’s edge, she puts her phone down to go and deal with the dog momentarily, and Nicola may have fallen in”.

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Supt Sally Riley said officers believe Nicola Bulley fell into the River Wyre

However, Ms Bulley’s partner Paul Ansell, 44, said he would “never lose hope” of finding her.

“We’re never, ever going to lose hope, of course we’re not, but it is as though she has vanished into thin air. It’s just insane,” he said.

The 44-year-old said his “whole focus is my two girls” and that he was “hoping to goodness” that people would come forward with new information.

Police believe missing dog walker Nicola Bulley fell into river – investigation focuses on 10-minute window | UK News

Police say they believe Nicola Bulley “sadly” fell into a river as they focus on a 10-minute window from 9.10am to 9.20am when the dog walker went missing last Friday.

Officers said the mother-of-two has not been found despite an extensive search of the area, along the River Wyre and 15km to the sea.

Police said an unprecedented amount of resources had gone into the search for Ms Bulley.

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Nicola Bulley

The 45-year-old was last seen on 27 January at about 9.10am on a path by the River Wyre in the Lancashire village of St Michael’s on Wyre.

Her phone was found on a bench still connected to a work call, while her springer spaniel dog was running loose.

Live updates from the police news conference

A search is continuing, with Ms Bulley’s friends retracing her route earlier on Friday – marking a week from her disappearance.

Her partner, Paul Ansell, has said he will “never lose hope”.

He also said he kept playing “every scenario” in his head “around and around” and that his focus was on supporting their two young daughters.

Mr Ansell said: “I don’t know how I am coping. I don’t want to think about that. I am just focused on the girls.”

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‘I don’t know how I am coping’

He went on: “We’re never, ever going to lose hope, of course we’re not, but it is as though she has vanished into thin air.”

Ms Bulley, a mortgage adviser, had dropped her daughters, aged six and nine, at school shortly before she vanished.

Walker airlifted to hospital after being swept over waterfall in Scotland | UK News

A walker suffered multiple injuries and had to be airlifted to hospital after he was swept over a waterfall in Scotland.

The man lost his footing and fell into a burn – a stream – which led to the Grey Mare’s Tail waterfall near Moffat, in Dumfries and Galloway in the Scottish Lowlands, in challenging weather conditions on Saturday morning.

He was then swept over one of a series of waterfalls – a fall of 10-15m (about 33-49ft) – before being carried further along the burn by the current, according to the Moffat Mountain Rescue Team.

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The waterfall is one of the most spectacular natural landmarks in the south of Scotland, with a main fall of 60m (about 197ft) – making it the fifth highest cascade in the UK.

Mountain rescuers attended the scene alongside other emergency services including police and firefighters, as well as helicopters from the coastguard and the Helimed trauma team, after the alarm was raised at 10.30am.

A Helimed crew prepare to fly the injured man to hospital in Glasgow

Rescuers had to contend with winds of up to 40mph as they sought to extract the man from the area. He was winched from the water and initial care was given to him on the banks of the stream before he was taken by helicopter to Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Mountain rescue team leader James Coles said: “He lost his footing and slipped in. The main waterfall is huge, fortunately he didn’t go over that one, but there is a series of upper waterfalls.

“He was swept along the burn then over the waterfall and was then swept further along the burn and somehow he managed to stop himself.

Handout photo dated 14/01/23 issued by Moffat Mountain Rescue Team of rescue operation after a man lost his footing and fell into the burn at the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall near Moffat in Dumfries and Galloway. The man was airlifted to hospital with multiple injuries after he was swept over a waterfall. Issue date: Sunday January 15, 2023.

“He was there with friends and they raised the alarm. It was a bit of bad luck, they were trying to take photos of the lovely scenery and it appears he slipped and ended up in the burn.”

A spokesman for the rescue team said: “With gusts of wind up to 40mph, all teams involved had a challenging day on the hill before being stood down at 2.30pm.”

World Cup 2022: Kyle Walker won’t ‘roll out the red carpet’ for Kylian Mbappe in England v France quarter-final | UK News

Kyle Walker has said he won’t “roll out the red carpet” for Kylian Mbappe during England’s clash with France.

The Three Lions defender looks set to be faced with containing the Paris Saint-Germain superstar during Saturday’s quarter-final.

Mbappe has scored five goals and leads the race for the golden boot in Qatar with many speculating how England will try to hold him off.

Walker, a Manchester City right-back, has said he is ready for the challenge and told a press conference: “We respect that he is a good player in good form, but I am not going to roll out a red carpet for him and tell him to go and score.

“I’m representing my country at the quarter-final of a World Cup, it’s do or die really. If we lose, we go home. He’s not going to stand in my way of hopefully winning a World Cup for my country.”

“I do understand what I need to do and that is to stop him,” he added.

“It’s probably easier said than done, but I don’t underestimate myself. I have played against a lot of great players at Man City and England.

“I have to treat it as another game, I have to take extra care and give him the respect he deserves, but not too much respect because he’s also playing England and we can cause them problems.”

Walker has come up against Mbappe four times in the Champions League and has earned plaudits for how he has previously dealt with the French forward.

“Obviously it is always going to help because I’ve played against him a number of times now with Manchester City,” added Walker.

“He is a fantastic player in great form. It is not going to be an easy task, but as a professional footballer you want to play against the best and I think he is one of the best if not the best in the world at the moment.”

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Declan Rice missed training through illness on Wednesday

Further up the pitch, concern has been raised regarding England’s midfield after Declan Rice missed training through illness.

The West Ham midfielder wasn’t present for training with the rest of squad on Wednesday, just three days ahead of the clash with France.

Other players who missed training include striker Callum Wilson, who has yet to return to training after picking up a muscle problem following the last-16 win over Senegal, Raheem Sterling, who returned to the UK after intruders broke into his home, and Ben White, who left Qatar for personal reasons last week.