Pregnant Princess Eugenie shares adorable unseen wedding and secret holiday photos to mark second wedding anniversary

PRINCESS Eugenie has shared a sweet video montage showing unseen wedding pictures and secret holiday snaps to mark her second wedding anniversary. 

The Queen’s granddaughter, 30, tied the knot with wine merchant Jack Brooksbank, 34, in October 2018, and the couple are expecting their first baby together. 

Princess Eugenie has shared a sweet Instagram Reel in honour of her second wedding anniversary with husband Jack Brooksbank

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Princess Eugenie has shared a sweet Instagram Reel in honour of her second wedding anniversary with husband Jack BrooksbankCredit: Instagram

The adorable tribute to her relationship with Jack was shared as Princess Eugenie’s first Instagram Reel. 

It showcases previously unseen photos from their Windsor wedding, and enviable photos from their secret getaways together.

One of the travel snaps shows the couple beaming from a boat in front of penguins, while another features them cuddling in front of a spectacular sunset.

And the photos from the wedding day include Eugenie and Jack stealing a kiss in the chapel.

The video included snaps from their secret holidays together, including seeing penguins

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The video included
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Pregnant women have COVID-19 symptoms that last longer than average, study finds

Pregnant women with COVID-19 can have symptoms that last more than two months, far longer than the average patient, according to a new study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology on Wednesday.

The study, led by researchers at the University of California–San Francisco and University of California–Los Angeles, is the largest study to date of non-hospitalized pregnant women. A quarter of the 594 women studied had COVID-19 symptoms that lasted two months or longer. Non-pregnant patients who experience symptoms for more than a month or two after testing positive are informally known as “long-haulers.”

“We found that pregnant people with COVID-19 can expect a prolonged time with symptoms,” senior author Vanessa L. Jacoby, MD, MAS, vice chair of research in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at UCSF, and co-principal investigator of the national pregnancy study, said in a statement. “COVID-19 symptoms during pregnancy can last a

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Experts call for including pregnant women in COVID-19 vaccine trials

More than 210,000 people in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, and tens of thousands are testing positive daily. The best way to defeat the pandemic is with a safe vaccine that can protect a large share of the population, especially people at higher risk of exposure, such as frontline health workers, and those more vulnerable, such as the elderly and, some health experts maintain, pregnant women. The data on whether pregnancy increases the risk for coronavirus infection or leads to more complications is incomplete, but there are preliminary indications that it is a potential risk factor.

By the workings of “herd immunity,” a vaccine wouldn’t even have to be given to everyone; if a large enough portion of the population is protected from infection, the virus won’t be able to keep spreading. The country is nowhere near that point at present.

It is encouraging to know that there are

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MIAMI—Last week, a few days before Donald Trump revealed he came down with COVID-19, Karla Hernandez-Mats went on a coronavirus safety fact-finding mission in South Florida schools ahead of their reopening on Monday.The president of United Teachers of Dade, the local teachers union, Hernandez-Mats said she and her colleagues conducted surprise inspection visits at 17 Miami-area schools that suggested administrators were still scrambling to put safety measures in place.At Miami Springs Senior High, one of the 17 schools inspected, administrators initially refused to allow her colleague, United Teachers of Dade First Vice-President Antonio White, to enter the building and called a police resource officer on him, the union officials told The Daily Beast.“When administrators act like that, their schools are usually not prepared,” White said in an interview. “That was the case at

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Pregnant Model Elsa Hosk Reveals Sex of Her Baby on the Way with Stripped-Down Maternity Photos

It’ll be a baby girl for Elsa Hosk!

On Sunday, the Victoria’s Secret Angel, 31, announced she is expecting a daughter and shared images from a stylish maternity photoshoot in which she shows off her growing baby bump in a pair of white Calvin Klein underwear and white pants.

“Babygirl 💕💕💕💕💕💕,” Hosk captioned the post.

New mom Gigi Hadid showed love in the comment section, writing, “yay👭🏼💞,” as more stars reacted to the reveal, including actress Michelle Monaghan, who wrote, “A lovely girl!!! 💓💓”

The Swedish model, who is now 21 weeks along, announced her pregnancy last Tuesday on Instagram alongside a series of stunning black-and-white photos.

“Been keeping this angel in my belly a secret for a while … 👼🏻 Feeling beyond excited and lucky to be having a baby and begin the next chapter of life with the man of my dreams!!!!” she wrote with the pregnancy reveal

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Midwife feels pressure after hundreds of pregnant women get in touch

Midwife Marley Hall has been helping pregnant women over social media. (SWNS)
Midwife Marley Hall has been helping pregnant women over social media. (SWNS)

A midwife has said she has been “inundated” with private messages from pregnant women unable to get in-person support during the coronavirus pandemic.

Restrictions due to COVID-19 has led to the cancellation of some face-to-face maternity appointments, which has led to Marley Hall, 39, receiving social media requests from women who have questions about their pregnancies.

The NHS and private midwife said that one request came from a 12-year-old girl who thought she was pregnant and was unable to get support.

She estimates that she receives around 300 messages each week – a tenfold increase – since lockdown began.

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Hall spends a significant amount of time replying to the queries, with women confiding in her that they simply don’t know where to turn for advice.

She’s calling

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