Ready to grow! Vanderpump Rules stars have been very vocal over the years about their plans to conceive.Stassi Schroeder told Andy Cohen in January 2019 that she was ready to have kids with Beau Clark, six months before the commercial casting director proposed.- Advertisement – “Everything’s in the cards and I don’t even care about the order,” the Next Level Basic author said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen at the time. “I don’t know when the moment was [I knew he was The One]. I can’t even remember when the moment was. There was something that just, like, switched.”Clark proposed to Schroeder in July 2019, and Us Weekly broke the news the following year that she was pregnant with their first child. When the couple tied the knot in September 2020 in a secret backyard ceremony, the former “Straight Up With Stassi” podcast host showed off her baby bump in a white gown. After kissing the bride, Clark knelt down to kiss his wife’s stomach.- Advertisement – The Florida native exclusively told Us in December 2018 that she was too busy for children, explaining, “I feel like I have way too much stuff I’ve got to do, you know? I’ve got to travel the world, I’ve got to be a successful businesswoman, I’ve got to put out a series of cocktail books. I gotta go to outer space. I want to go to outer space so bad.”Keep scrolling to see the reality stars’ quotes about their future family plans. Brittany Cartwright and Lala Kent both announced pregnancies that same month with Jax Taylor and Randall Emmett, respectively. Scheana Shay shared her pregnancy news in October 2020.The “One More Time” singer had frozen her eggs multiple times before conceiving naturally. “I honestly don’t even know if I do want kids,” the California native exclusively told Us of her decision in January 2019. “I would only have kids if I found the right person who wanted to have some with me, and where my life’s at right now, I don’t see it going in that direction. But things can change, you never know! I just wanted to do this as a backup option because my AMH levels were extremely low, like almost zero. … I’m not getting any younger. My numbers aren’t getting any higher.”While Katie Maloney has been vocal about trying to conceive with Tom Schwartz, Ariana Maddix and Tom Sandoval aren’t planning to start a family anytime soon.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray singled out Sam Gallagher for criticism after the striker wasted four excellent chances in their 2-1 FA Cup third-round defeat at Birmingham. Gallagher, who spent the 2017-18 season on loan at St Andrew’s, spurned one opportunity in the first half and three after the break. However, the £5million signing did win the 61st-minute penalty, converted by Adam Armstrong, that saw City substitute Ivan Sunjic sent off within two minutes of replacing Gary Gardner. But Mowbray was unhappy with the striker’s finishing, saying: “He works hard in every game. I think at the moment I have faith in him, but he has to score goals. tony Mowbray insists Blackburn should have done better “He has to get into better positions – we’re working hard with him during the week to find better positions to score.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “It was like a tidal wave of crosses coming into the box and he’s 6ft 5ins and he should be heading them into the net. “Yet he’s always underneath them, he’s always running past the near post, so he has to start listening more as to where he should be going to score, because the ammunition for him was good. He should have been on the scoresheet. “When you control a game like that you have to finish,” he said. “It’s unbelievable to think we only scored from a penalty, given the amount of play we had around the final third. “It all means nothing if you don’t stick the ball in the net.” Read AlsoDaniel Udoh impressive as Shrewsbury, Bristol draw in FA cup Birmingham head coach Pep Clotet praised match-winner Jeremie Bela after his breakaway goal in the 90th minute – with what looked like a cross palmed in by goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler sealed an unlikely victory after Dan Crowley’s first goal for the club had put the hosts ahead after five minutes. Loading… Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThese TV Characters Left The Show And It Just Got Better7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson
The board presented a K250,000 cheque to the PNG Sports Foundation for sponsoring and supporting the national soccer team.NGCB Chief Executive Officer, Imelda Agon credited the Government and the Sports Minister Justin Tkatchenko for their effort in building the world class sporting infrastructure that resulted in many international sporting events hosted and yet to be hosted in the country.“NGCB is delighted to support the team and encourage that football in the country is growing rapidly to an international level to gain recognition to the world and we are proud in making sure football grows even further with the world class infrastructures that we already have in the country,” CEO Agon said.Moreover, when presenting the cheque the Board congratulates the Kapuls for making it to the second spot in the recent OFC tournament.PNG Sport Foundation CEO Peter Tsiamalili Jnr also added that it was exciting to see young Papua New Guineans persevere in their sporting careers, and build their capacity to an international standard.“We have got talks from other countries that there are some potential players in the team during the recent tournament and we are not surprised that football teams from outside have already made positive comments on some of our potential players,” he said.With the money given, Kapuls captains David Muta and PNG goal scoring machine and Vice-captain Raymond Gunemba received the K250,000 cheque and thanked PNG citizens for the great support during the tournament right to the end.
Greece plans to sell bonds to Greeks abroad as it eyes a return to international bond markets some time next year, the Greek finance minister George Papaconstantinou said on Wednesday. We are talking at the moment and designing what is called a ‘diaspora bond’ to tap Greek money that is abroad and we feel that we will be quite successful.Greece is keen to return to markets after plunging into a debt crisis last year, when its budget deficit hit 13.6 percent of GDP, driving borrowing costs to prohibitive levels and prompting a 110 billion euro bailout from the International Monetary Fund and European Union. “We are talking at the moment and designing what is called a ‘diaspora bond’ to tap Greek money that is abroad and we feel that we will be quite successful,” Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou told Reuters Insider TV. Analysts said details were needed to see what amount Greece could raise from a diaspora bond and what would make it more attractive than other Greek debt offerings. Government officials said the diaspora bond was still in the planning stage. “With Greek debt we are always talking of billions; it is more important to convince those who really have the money, European institutional investors, to purchase Greek debt instead of individuals.” Source: Reuters Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram