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Pregnant Pixie Geldof cosies up to husband George Barnett for lunch


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George, meanwhile, cut an equally cool figure in a leather jacket, classic bottoms and a thick silver chain.
The couple appeared in great spirits as they hugged and giggled during their rare outing.
Parents-to-be: The model, 30, who is currently expecting her first child, cosied up to her musician spouse, 32, and their pet pooch as they engaged in conversation
Relaxed: Opting for comfort, the catwalk star covered her baby bump in a brown velvet jacket as she enjoyed a break from her schedule
Radiant: The Violet singer displayed her naturally clear complexion as she went make-up free, and accessorised with black shades and drop earrings

Harry Styles is set to go blond as he portrays gay officer in LGBT romantic drama My Policeman


Harry Styles is reportedly set to go blond as he portrays a gay police officer in the upcoming LGBT period drama My Policeman.
The former One Direction star, 27, will take on the starring role of Tom Burgess – who has an affair with museum curator – in the film, set in both the 1950s and 1990s.
He will be joined in the movie by Emma Corrin, 25, who recently won acclaim for her portray of the late Diana, Princess of Wales in The Crown.
Blond ambition: Harry Styles is reportedly set to go blond as he portrays a gay police officer in the upcoming LGBT period drama My Policeman. Pictured in 2017

Sienna Miller films Netflix's political drama Anatomy Of A Scandal in Manchester

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The plot of the movie follows the trial of the Eton-educated politician after he's accused of sexually assaulting a young political aide. 
Sienna looked radiant on set as she scooped her blonde tresses up into a chic high ponytail to film the upcoming drama.  
She shrugged a tailored tan coat around her shoulders as she got into character to play Rupert's devastated wife.    
Drama: Sienna is set to star in the film as the wife of a politician who has been accused of sexual assault, played by Rupert Everett
Anatomy Of A Scandal is based on the acclaimed 2018 bestseller by former political journalist Sarah Vaughan.

Has Emma Corrin come out? The Crown star calls herself a 'queer bride'

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Emma has kept tight-lipped on any talk surrounding her sexuality and dating life. 
Back in October, she was asked by Stella magazine if there was a 'boyfriend on the scene', and replied: 'I'd rather navigate this on my own. It's nicer to feel like I'm taking care of me.' 
MailOnline has contacted Emma's representatives for comment. 
Making a statement: The Crown actress (pictured in the Netflix show) shared a picture of herself in a wedding gown that she captioned, 'ur fave queer bride'
Emma's statement comes as she prepares to take on a role in My Policeman, where she plays a wife caught up in a polysexual love triangle. 

The best period dramas on Netflix

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The story of our Royal Family can be stranger than fiction at times, so it makes the perfect material for a period drama series.
Intrigue, wealth and scandal set against the political backdrop of the day have been a ratings hit for Netflix as viewers relive key moments for the Windsors in this fictionalised account.
The Royals themselves have been a little disapproving of the treatment of some historical events, but the idea that they might have been streaming The Crown along with the show’s fans – who include Hollywood stars as well as the general public – makes it even more tempting to watch.

Basic Training Proves Anything-But-Basic In The Powerful South African Drama 'Moffie'

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Writer-director Oliver Hermanus created Moffie from an autobiographical novel by André Carl van der Merwe — but he gives the film an air of lived experience.
It's Capetown, 1981. A family gathers for what looks like a back-slapping birthday party — but is actually a farewell.
In the South African drama
Moffie, Nicholas, a teenager who's as subdued as his relatives are raucous, will head off in the morning for military service that's compulsory for boys between 16 and 20. White boys that is. This being the era of apartheid, brutal segregation, and white minority rule, his basic training will prove anything-but-basic.

'Moffie' Explores The Violence Done To Society By The Persecution Of A Few : NPR

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AILSA CHANG, HOST:
Films about military training, from "Full Metal Jacket" to "Private Benjamin" have certain things in common like tough sergeants, innocent recruits, grueling field exercises. And you can say all of that about the new South African film "Moffie." But critic Bob Mondello says this is one film about basic training that is anything but basic.
BOB MONDELLO, BYLINE: Cape Town, South Africa, 1981. A family gathers for what looks like a birthday party, but is actually a farewell.
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'Moffie' Explores The Violence Done To Society By The Persecution Of A Few : NPR

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