Clara and her father Ewan McGregor proved they had let bygones be bygones as she joined him on set of his latest movie, The Birthday Cake on Instagram on Tuesday. Lucy Mecklenburgh, 28, paid no attention Tina O’Brien’s ‘fuming’ cryptic posts as she showed off her blossoming bump in a purple sporty co-ord ahead of her workout. The star, 41, delivered an underwhelming performance as she took to the stage at the Majestic Icmeler club in Marmaris, Turkey, on Wednesday evening. The Irish MMA fighter, 31, practised his punches and dodging skills as his other half, 32, watched on in delight during a sun-soaked day in the Amalfi Coast on Wednesday. Making the most of the sunshine, the 40-year-old presenter showed off her fabulous post-baby body as she left the ITV Studios on Thursday.
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Cara Delevingne puts on a VERY leggy display in a cute Queen of Hearts sweater and a black mini skirt
Ewan McGregor and daughter Clara lark around on set of The Birthday Cake as they move on from THAT bitter spat by starring in the movie together
Lucy Mecklenburgh marvels at going ’24 hours without being sick’ while flaunting her bump in a sports bra as she continues to stay silent over Tina O’Brien’s ‘fuming’ cryptic posts
Katie Price EXCLUSIVE: Worse-for-wear star showcases her tone-deaf vocals, pokes fun at ex Peter Andre and encourages the crowd to have unprotected sex at a club in Turkey
Conor McGregor shows off his boxing skills as he practises punching and dodging while bikini-clad girlfriend Dee Devlin watches on during their romantic getaway on the Amalfi Coast
Christine Lampard looks radiant as she exits the ITV studios in a stunning colourful striped dress
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Clara and her father Ewan McGregor proved they had let bygones be bygones as she joined him on set of his latest movie, The Birthday Cake on Instagram on Tuesday.
Lucy Mecklenburgh, 28, paid no attention Tina O’Brien’s ‘fuming’ cryptic posts as she showed off her blossoming bump in a purple sporty co-ord ahead of her workout.
The star, 41, delivered an underwhelming performance as she took to the stage at the Majestic Icmeler club in Marmaris, Turkey, on Wednesday evening.
The Irish MMA fighter, 31, practised his punches and dodging skills as his other half, 32, watched on in delight during a sun-soaked day in the Amalfi Coast on Wednesday.
Making the most of the sunshine, the 40-year-old presenter showed off her fabulous post-baby body as she left the ITV Studios on Thursday.
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