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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.
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.

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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.
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.

Wife of singer James Morrison found dead | UK News

Gill Catchpole, the wife of singer James Morrison, has died. 

Ms Catchpole, who had two daughters aged 15 and five with the singer, was found dead in her home in Whitminster, Gloucester, on Friday.

In a statement, Gloucestershire Constabulary said: “Police were called to Whitminster in Gloucester at around 9.10am on Friday 5 January following concerns for the welfare of a resident.

“Officers attended and the body of a woman in her 40s was found within an address.

“The death is being treated as non-suspicious at this time.

“The coroners and woman’s next of kin have been informed.”

The couple were together for around two decades, and met after Ms Catchpole moved into Morrison’s mother’s home as a lodger.

He previously said meeting Ms Catchpole was a “fairytale” and had tried to impress her by “serenading” her with Stevie Wonder songs.

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Morrison, 39, is best known for his songs You Give Me Something and Broken Strings.

He has four top 10 albums, including two number ones. He also won the Brit Award for Best British Male in 2007.

The singer told The Mail On Sunday in 2015 that he took time away from music after losing his father, brother and nephew within a three-year period.

Saddington: Man and wife shot dead in Leicestershire village are named | UK News

A couple who were shot dead in a Leicestershire village have been named by police as Richard Harrison, 59, and his wife, Rachel Harrison, 54.

Officers were called to an incident in Smeeton Road, Saddington, on 15 December after a report from emergency services that two people had died.

A post-mortem examination confirmed they both died from gunshot injuries, and a file will be prepared for the coroner.

Police continue to investigate but are not looking for anyone else in connection to the deaths.

Detective Inspector David Greenhalgh, from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit major crime team, said: “This is a deeply tragic incident and officers are continuing to support the family during this extremely difficult time.

“We will continue to carry out enquiries to establish the full circumstances surrounding this incident, but I can confirm we do not believe anyone else was involved in the incident and a file will be prepared for HM Coroner.”

Glenys Kinnock: Former MEP and wife of ex-Labour leader dies aged 79 | Politics News

Former MEP Glenys Kinnock, the wife of ex-Labour leader Neil Kinnock, has died aged 79.

Her husband of 56 years was with her in her final moments, her family said in a statement, adding they were “devastated” by her loss.

Paying tribute, opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer hailed the prominent politician a “true fighter for the Labour Party”.

She served as a member of the European Parliament for 15 years, before being appointed to the House of Lords and becoming minister for Europe under the last Labour government.

Baroness Kinnock of Holyhead went on to serve as minister for Africa.

In a statement, her family said: “It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the death of Glenys Kinnock.

“Glenys died peacefully in her sleep in the early hours of Sunday morning, at home in London.

“She was the beloved wife and life partner of Neil, the cherished mother of Steve and Rachel and an adored grandmother.

“Neil was with her in her final moments. They had been married for 56 years.

“A proud democratic socialist, she campaigned, in Britain and internationally, for justice and against poverty all her life.”

They added: “Passionate to the end about education, she was a valued and respected school teacher before she began her own political career, as a Member of the European Parliament, then being made a peer in the House of Lords from where she served as minister for three of the great passions of her life, Europe, Africa and the UN.

“She was a great friend to many people and causes and was truly loved.

“Glenys endured Alzheimer’s after being diagnosed in 2017 and, as long as she could, sustained her merriment and endless capacity for love, never complaining and with the innate courage with which she had confronted every challenge throughout her life.

“The family is of course devastated and and would ask that their privacy be respected.

“Funeral details will be communicated in due course.”

Paying tribute, opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer hailed Lady Kinnock a “true fighter for the Labour Party”.

He said: “On behalf of the whole Labour Party, I want to pay tribute to Glenys Kinnock on the sad news of her passing.

“Glenys was a passionate lifelong campaigner for social justice at home and abroad.

“She supported Neil through his leadership and went on to have an impressive political career of her own as a member of the European Parliament, in the House of Lords and as a minister in the last Labour government, focused on Europe and Africa.

“Neil and Glenys had the most wonderful partnership, there for each other through thick and thin, with a love and commitment that was instantly obvious when you saw them together. As the family have detailed, in recent years that meant looking after Glenys as Alzheimer’s did its worst.

“But what we will all remember is Glenys as a true fighter for the Labour Party and the values of the labour movement, a pioneering woman, to whom we owe an enormous debt. My sincere condolences to Neil, Stephen, Rachel and all the family at this sad time.”

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David Beckham’s 1998 World Cup red card left him ‘clinically depressed’, says wife Victoria | Ents & Arts News

David Beckham was left “clinically depressed” after his red card in the 1998 World Cup, his wife Victoria has said.

Her comments are part of a new Netflix documentary about the footballer, which delves into his career with interviews from friends and family – as well as Posh and Becks themselves.

Beckham was sent off during the match with Argentina in 1998, after kicking Diego Simeone – a game that England went on to lose in a penalty shoot-out.

In the second episode of the documentary, Victoria, 49, and David, 48, talk about the abuse they had levelled at them in the late 1990s as a result of the sending off.

After the game, an effigy of Beckham hung in a pub, and during the following season, Manchester United’s team bus was pelted with rocks and pint glasses at an away game at West Ham.

Victoria said: “He was absolutely broken. He was in pieces.

“He was really depressed, absolutely clinically depressed.

“It pained me so much, I still want to kill these people.”

Beckham added: “I wish there was a pill you could take which could erase certain memories.

“I made a stupid mistake. It changed my life. (The questions when he came back) ‘how do you feel about letting your country down?’ and ‘you are a disgrace’.

“We were in America, just about to have our first baby, and I thought ‘we will be fine, in a day or two people will have forgotten’.

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“I don’t think I have ever talked about it, just because I can’t. I find it hard to talk through what I went through because it was so extreme.

“Wherever I went, I got abused every single day.

“To walk down the street and to see people look at you in a certain way, spit at you, abuse you, come up to your face and say some of the things they said, that is difficult.

“I wasn’t eating, I wasn’t sleeping. I was a mess. I didn’t know what to do.

“The boss (Alex Ferguson) called me. He said ‘David, how are you doing?’ I think I got quite emotional. He said ‘how are you doing, son?’. I said ‘not great boss’. He said ‘OK, don’t worry about it, son’.

“That was the only thing I could control, once I was on the pitch, then I felt safe.”

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Beckham added: “It brought a lot of attention that I would never wish on anyone, let alone my parents, and I can’t forgive myself for that. That is the tough part of what happened, because I was the one that made the mistake.

“When I have gone through difficult moments, I was able to block it out, but inside it killed me.

“Any time I was kicked during that season, it was like the (opposition team) had got two goals.

“As horrible as it was to look up to Victoria in the stand (getting that abuse), it was the one thing which spurred me on.”

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Harry Kane and wife Kate welcome baby boy Henry | UK News

It’s been a busy time in the Kane household: first England captain Harry left Tottenham for Bayern Munich, and now his wife Kate has given birth to a baby boy.

The couple, who met at school, already have another boy and two girls.

“Welcome to the world Henry Edward Kane, 20/8/2023,” the striker posted on X, formerly Twitter.

“Love you baby boy!”

Henry is Harry and Kate Kane's fourth child. Pic: @HKane/X
Henry is Harry and Kate Kane’s fourth child. Pic: @HKane/X

Henry was born on Sunday – two days after his father scored his first goal for Bayern in a thumping 4-0 victory over Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.

Kane, 30, who had been with Tottenham since 2004, has moved away from his boyhood club after being the subject of transfer speculation for the last few seasons.

Kate and Harry on the pitch at Bayern Munich. Pic: katekanex/Instagram
Kate and Harry on the pitch at Bayern Munich. Pic: katekanex/Instagram

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Kate Kane has been documenting their move to southern Germany on her Instagram account.

There is a video of the family of five – as they then were – walking out on to the pitch at the Allianz Arena.

There is also a shot of a heavily pregnant Kate on the pitch with Harry.

British expat David Hunter who killed terminally ill wife in Cyprus handed two-year sentence for manslaughter | UK News

David Hunter, the British pensioner who killed his terminally ill wife in Cyprus, has been sentenced to two years after he was found guilty of manslaughter.

But Hunter was released on Monday after Cypriot prison authorities officially calculated his release date, his legal team have said.

The 76-year-old has already spent 19 months in custody so has already served the majority of his sentence, according to Michael Polak, the director of Justice Abroad.

Undated family handout file photo of David Hunter, 74, and Janice Hunter 75, on their wedding day. Mr Hunter is expected to give evidence during his trial in Paphos, Cyprus, over death of his wife Janice, 74, who died of asphyxiation in December 2021 at the couple's retirement home near the coastal resort town. Issue date: Monday May 15, 2023.
The couple were married for 52 years

Mr Polak, whose organisation is representing Hunter, said that in Cyprus a defendant will spend 10 months in custody for every year they are jailed.

Janice Hunter, 74, died of asphyxiation at the couple’s retirement home near Paphos in December 2021.

Hunter, a former coal miner from Northumberland, admitted killing his wife but denied murder.

He told a Cyprus court she had blood cancer and “begged him” to take her life because she was in so much pain.

Hunter was cleared of murdering his wife but was found guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter earlier this month.

Mr Polak said Hunter’s legal team were “very pleased” with the sentence.

“The sentencing exercise was not a simple one given that a case like this has never come before the courts of Cyprus before,” Mr Polak said.

“We submitted extensive sentencing case law from across the common law world, from Australia to Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom to assist the court in coming to a decision which was fair.

British pensioner David Hunter waves to journalists while being escorted to a police van outside a courthouse in Paphos, Cyprus July 21, 2023. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
British pensioner David Hunter waves to journalists while being escorted to a police van outside a courthouse in Paphos

“The result of today’s hearing, and the court’s previous decision finding Hunter not guilty of murder, is what we have been fighting for in this case and David is very pleased with the outcome today.

“David would like to thank his legal team for their work, the experts who supported his case, and everyone from Cyprus, the United Kingdom, and around the world who has supported him,” Mr Polak added.

“This has been a tragic case and difficult for all of those involved with it, but today’s decision was the right one and allows David and his family to grieve together.”

Hunter told his trial, which lasted more than a year, that his wife “cried and begged” him to end her life.

Undated family handout file photo of David Hunter, 74, and Janice Hunter 75. Mr Hunter is expected to give evidence during his trial in Paphos, Cyprus, over death of his wife Janice, 74, who died of asphyxiation in December 2021 at the couple's retirement home near the coastal resort town.Issue date: Monday May 15, 2023.
David and Janice Hunter

He broke down in tears as he said he would “never in a million years” have taken Mrs Hunter’s life unless she had asked him to.

He showed the court how he held his hands over his wife’s mouth and nose and said he eventually decided to grant her wish after she became “hysterical”.

The court heard he then tried to kill himself by taking an overdose, but medics arrived in time to save him.

His legal team had argued Hunter should be given a suspended sentence, in a case which is a legal first in the country.

The house in Tremithousa, Cyprus where Janice Hunter was killed by her husband David
The house in Tremithousa, Cyprus where Janice Hunter was killed by her husband David

In mitigation last week, his defence lawyer, Ritsa Pekri, said his motive was to “liberate his wife from all that she was going through due to her health conditions”.

The court heard it was Mrs Hunter’s “wish” to die and that her husband “had only feelings of love for her”.

The couple’s daughter, Lesley Cawthorne, told Sky News after the conviction was handed down: “I’m incredibly relieved that it’s manslaughter rather than murder.

“It’s the best we could have hoped for in the circumstances.”

Wife dies almost two months after husband in suspected Majorca villa gas leak | UK News

A woman has died almost two months after losing her husband following a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a villa in Spain.

The body of Jaime Carsi, 40, was discovered by emergency crews at the property in Majorca on 6 May.

Wife Mary Somerville, 39, was found to be in a serious condition next to him and was taken to Manacor Hospital for treatment.

It has since been announced that Ms Somerville passed away on 2 July at St Columba’s Hospice Care in Edinburgh.

In a funeral notice via D Chisholm & Sons, Ms Somerville was described as the “beloved wife of the late Jaime, adored daughter of Helena and David, much-loved sister of Misha and John, also a dear sister-in-law, auntie and friend to many”.

Jaime Carsi died from a suspected carbon monoxide leak. His wife is fighting for her life. Pic: Taken from Jaime Carsi's Facebook page:
Jaime Carsi died in May

The date of her funeral at Inverness Crematorium is yet to be confirmed. Donations in memory of Ms Somerville are to be gifted to not-for-profit organisation The Art of Living UK.

The newlyweds, who lived in Edinburgh, were staying at a house in Cala Mesquida in the northeast of Majorca when the incident happened.

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Former Lloyds bank worker Ms Somerville, originally from Abriachan in the Scottish Highlands, taught yoga and breath work via The Art of Living Foundation in Edinburgh.

Mr Carsi, who described himself on social media as being from Madrid but living in Edinburgh, worked for a Scottish investment firm.

Edinburgh Interfaith Association paid tribute to Ms Somerville following her death.

Iain Stewart, executive director of Edinburgh Interfaith Association, said: “Many people will know Mary through her role as a teacher in the Art of Living.

“I will remember Mary for her warm and infectious personality and smile that would light up any room.

“Please join me in sending prayers to Mary’s family and loved ones.

“At this time as people of faith we are comforted by the belief that Mary will once again be united with her beloved Jaime.”

Thomas Rainey: Man who murdered wife by dousing her in petrol and setting her on fire in her car is jailed for life | UK News

A husband brutally murdered his wife by dousing her in petrol and setting her alight while she sat in her car.

Thomas Rainey, 61, threw a bucket of petrol over mother-of-six Katrina Rainey and set fire to her as she prepared to leave for work.

The 53-year-old, who suffered burns to 90% of her body in the “horrific” attack, initially survived.

Mrs Rainey was treated at the scene by her children – who attempted to cover her with wet towels.

She survived long enough to tell police about the nature of the attack, which she claimed was an act of revenge by her husband because of their pending divorce.

Mrs Rainey later died in hospital of her injuries.

Thomas Rainey, of Knockloughrim, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday after pleading guilty to her murder.

He must serve a minimum of 18 years in prison before being eligible for release.

Mr Justice O’Hara, who delivered the sentence at Belfast Crown Court on Wednesday, said “given the horror of what he did to his wife it is the least he deserves”.

The court heard the incident took place at the family home in October 2021.

Mrs Rainey was leaving for work and Rainey opened her car door, covered her with petrol and then set her on fire.

She was unable to get out of the car due to her seatbelt being fastened, so instead kept “hitting the horn and screaming”.

Despite her serious burns, Mrs Rainey was able to relay details of the attack to the emergency services, some of which was captured on police bodycam.

She told police that she had been to see a solicitor and that she believed the attack was her husband’s retaliation to the pending divorce.

She was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where she later died of her injuries.

Rainey initially denied being the attacker, and the court heard that he suggested “in some oblique way” that the fire may have been Mrs Rainey’s “own fault” for “keeping petrol in the car”.

The court heard that, after his arrest, Rainey took part in a mental health assessment, which found he was suffering from a moderate depressive disorder.

The judge was also told that the couple’s six-year-old daughter had died in an accident on their farm a number of years ago, which Rainey felt some level of personal responsibility for.

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However, the court ruled the disorder was not so severe as to prevent him from exercising self-control or understanding his actions.

Speaking outside Belfast Crown Court following the sentencing, Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI) Detective Inspector Hazel Miller said Mrs Rainey died a “horrific death”.

She said Mrs Rainey was a “caring and loving mother”, and that her children and wider family circle had experienced “unimaginable grief and anguish”.

“They are still trying to come to terms with losing their loved one in such horrific circumstances,” she said.

“While the sentencing signifies the end of the judicial process, I know that Katrina’s family will be walking away with the heaviest of hearts. My thoughts remain firmly with them,” she added.

‘I’m here baby, I’m here’: Husband reunited with pregnant wife in UK after fleeing Sudan | World News

Nagi held his wife Reem in a tight embrace for more than 40 seconds.

They were reunited at a hotel near Stansted Airport after he escaped violence in Sudan on one of the last evacuation flights out of the country.

Tears turned to chuckles when Nagi cradled Reem’s belly to talk to their unborn child.

“I’m here baby, I’m here,” he said.

Naji kisses his wife's belly
Nagi kisses his wife’s belly

The couple have been married for three years and had applied to the UK government for Nagi to move to live with Reem in Newcastle.

His passport and identity documents were with the British Embassy in Sudan when the war started.

“To be honest, I thought I’m doing my best but I don’t think this is going to work,” Reem told Sky News.

“They’ve been turning away people who are on work permits and who have biometric ID cards. So I thought they’re never going to accept my husband.”

Nagi and Reem embrace at a hotel near Stansted Airport
Nagi and Reem embrace at a hotel near Stansted Airport

Reem, a radiology registrar in Newcastle, turned to help from the British charity Goodwill Caravan.

“I received an email at 3am saying he could board the last plane,” she said.

“Nagi was, at the time, 10 hours from the airfield. By the time he got there the area was being bombed and I felt like I’d dragged him from safety right into war.”

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Nagi travelled 800km, spent $700 (£557) and went through six or seven checkpoints to arrive at Wadi Saeedna airfield near Khartoum.

“When I arrived at the airfield they put an X on my hand. That signals that a person can’t leave the country,” Nagi said.

The red stain was still on his hand as he told Sky News how his country descended into chaos.

There is a food shortage in the capital, he said.

There is also no electricity, confusion over fighters using fake uniforms, and dead bodies lying in the streets.

“There are witness reports of dogs ripping at corpses of people whose numbers may not have been included in the 500 reported to have died,” he said.

He added: “I would call it a ghost town.

“Nobody knows who is fighting who because there are reports that fighters swap uniforms.

“Businesses have closed, large populations are running away, and the worst thing is not knowing where we were running to and not knowing who we could run to.”

It comes as the last flight from Khartoum arrived at Stansted Airport this evening.