Princess Diana sent a thank you note to Burt Reynolds for keeping her name out of the headlines during his very public split from ex-wife Loni Anderson. Mel C certainly lived up to her alter ego on Monday as she stepped out in a sporty ensemble during a low-key shopping trip in London. The Wanted star, 32, had his little one, four months - who was wearing an adorable blue elephant onesie - propped up on his chest as he gazed lovingly at him in the image posted on Monday. The former Love Island star, 30, shared a snap of her teeth prior to having treatment on them and told how she had been desperate to widen her smile. In the photo, the singer, 48, and doctor, 31, looked loved-up as they posed to the camera on a past holiday. Matt James, the first black Bachelor, handed Rachel Kirkconnell his final rose during an emotional season finale last night - but revealed immediately afterwards that the couple are no longer together.
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By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline. The garden chosen to host Oprah Winfrey 's interview with Meghan Markle was designed to reflect informality and accessibility and to show the two women as 'non-competing sisters', an interior design expert has claimed. Speaking to FEMAIL, British interior designer Benji Lewis of online advisory service Zoom That Room explained that the background was 'cleverly constructed' and made with 'no pops of colour' and is 'calm and clean' to show 'tangible luxury'. Meghan and Oprah are pictured.
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Unlike the original Chinese penjing , which utilizes traditional techniques to produce entire natural sceneries in small pots that mimic the grandiose and shape of real life sceneries, the Japanese "bonsai" only attempts to produce small trees that mimic the shape of real life trees. It was during the Tang Dynasty, when penjing was at its height in China, that the art was first introduced into Japan. The loanword "bonsai" a Japanese pronunciation of the original Chinese term penzai has become an umbrella term in English, attached to many forms of potted or other plants,  and also on occasion to other living and non-living things.