Emma Jones

Emma Jones

Emma Jones is an entertainment journalist for UKCelebrityNews and other magazines. The author or coauthor of ten books, Emma has sold several million copies since 2006. She worked for eleven years as a writer and editor at the national news biweekly WORLD magazine.

Hailey Baldwin Confirms She’s Working Less To Focus On Fiancé Justin Bieber

Hailey Baldwin Confirms She’s Working Less To Focus On Fiancé Justin Bieber

Hailey Baldwin has made it crystal clear where her priorities lie rn, as she’s confirmed she’s being super “choosy” with fashion week in order to spend time with Justin Bieber and her family. The model got chatting at the Carolina Herrera fashion show during New York Fashion Week, and she responded to a bit of advice her uncle Alec Baldwin gave her.

Alec advised the pair to spend as much time together as poss: “People who get married young — and they are very young — I want them to just spend time with each other,” he said. And it looks like Hailey is 100% in agreement, as she’ll be super selective about her modeling jobs going forward in order to make time.

“It’s smart, and it’s important. You have to always put family above work, no matter what,” Hailey said. She added: “I’ve tried to be really choosy with fashion week going forward, just because I want to have the time to spend being relaxed and being with family and my fiancé.” Getty Makes total sense if you ask us, family always comes first. Plus it’s not like Hailey is saying adios to the modeling world altogether, as she’s been a firm presence throughout New York fashion week (even dragging Justin along a few times). Sounds like Hailey’s got her head screwed firmly on.


Coronation Street star Maureen Lipman ‘depressed’ over battleaxe character’s costume

Coronation Street star Maureen Lipman ‘depressed’ over battleaxe character’s costume

NEW Coronation Street star Maureen Lipman has revealed her dowdy getup as Evelyn Plummer has her feeling “depressed”. The national treasure has joined the show as Tyrone Dobbs’ grandmother and while fans are thrilled at her performance, playing the dowdy battleaxe has had a different effect on the actress – especially when she looks in the mirror. Maureen has revealed Evelyn’s wardrobe has left her depressed. According to the Daily Star Maureen told them how she “gets depressed at the sight of Evelyn” adding: “There isn’t much comedy in the actual storyline by the very nature of what it is. But the lines are dry and in a way you have to put your own personality into it, and the writers start to respond to the way it is going so I can only wait and see.” It comes as fans have hailed her as the new Blanche Hunt after her cobbles debut. The new grandmother of Tyrone Dobbs – who is played by Maureen Lipman in the ITV soap – has made an immediate impact as Tyrone and Fiz tracked her down and revealed he is her grandson. Evelyn has made an immediate impact in Corrie. After a hilarious first scenes, fans likened her to the legendary mother of Deirdre Barlow who ruled Weatherfield with her iron tongue right up until her death in 2009. One wrote: “Evelyn is already so classic! Reminds me of Blanche #Corrie” A second added: “We needed a newer Blanche and Evelyn could very well fit that bill with her bitter vitriol. #Corrie”

Another tweeted: “On the positive side, Maureen Lipman is rather good as Evelyn/Blanche 2.0 #Corrie”

ITV Tyrone had a candid chat with gran Evelyn about his mum. She made her presence felt after telling the mechanic she doesn’t have any pictures of his biological mum because she lost them all in a fire. But she will soon move into Tyrone’s house despite her immediate rejection. She also annoys all the locals at the Rovers Return when she takes part in the pub quiz and shouts out the wrong answer, causing her team to lose. Fiz, played by Jennie McAlpine, suggests that it might be time for Evelyn to find somewhere else to live but Tyrone fiercely disagrees. Coronation Street’s Tyrone Dobbs gets a shock from his dad ITV She claimed all pictures of his mum were lost in a fireLater Evelyn, played by screen legend Maureen Lipman, is extremely interested to learn that Tyrone was once engaged to Maria Connor. She then upsets him by telling him that she lost all the photos she had of his mum in a house fire. Tyrone, Alan Halsall, was left stunned recently when it was revealed the woman he believed to be his mum, Jackie Dobbs, wasn’t he biological mum after all. Darren, the man he thought was his dad, dropped the bombshell on him last week that Jackie hadn’t given birth to Ty.


Paul McCartney responds to Quincy Jones calling him ‘the worst bass player I ever heard’

Paul McCartney responds to Quincy Jones calling him ‘the worst bass player I ever heard’

“He’s a crazy motherfucker” Paul McCartney has revealed how Quincy Jones rang him to apologise, after he described the Beatles icon as “the worst bass player I ever heard.”

The controversial comments by the legendary producer came in the same career-spanning interview that saw Jones describe the Beatles as “no-playing motherfuckers” who were “the worst musicians in the world”. Speaking to GQ, McCartney revealed how Jones rang him to apologise – and claimed that he had never made the comments in the first place. “He rang me, and I’m at home on my own,” said McCartney. “And I’d finished work, so I had a drink, and now I’m grooving at home, I’m cooking, I’ve got a little bit of wine going, I’m in a good mood, and I don’t give a shit. So I get a phone call: ‘Is this Mr. McCartney?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘Quincy would like to speak with you.’” “Because he’s always worked through security guys. I said, ‘Hey, Quince!’ ‘Paul, how you doing, man?’ ‘I’m doing great—how are you, you motherfucker!’ I’m just living with him. ‘Paul, I didn’t really say that thing—I don’t know what happened, man. I never said that. You know I love you guys!’” Paul McCartney Sir Paul continued: “I said, ‘If you had said that, you know what I would have said? Fuck you, Quincy Jones!’” “And he laughed. I said, ‘You know I would say to that: Fuck you, Quincy Jones, you fucking crazy motherfucker!’ So actually we just had a laugh. And he was like, ‘Oh, Paul, you know I love you so much.’ ‘Yeah, I know you do, Quince’”.

Although Jones denied making the comments to Vulture, he later issued an apology after receiving a dressing down from his six daughters. “I love Quincy, even after this. He’s a crazy motherfucker”, McCartney added. “But I respect him, he’s done a lot of very good things.” He added: “He’s an old guy. I don’t know what it was. But I don’t think I’m the worst bass player he’s ever heard. Or maybe he’s never heard bad bass players.” Yesterday, McCartney revealed how John Lennon once unsuccessfully attempted to convince him to drill a hole in his skull.

McCartney also discussed group masturbation sessions that he and Lennon took part in and whether the rest of the Beatles had watched George Harrison lose his virginity. His new album ‘Egypt Station‘ is out now.


BBC coverage of Cliff Richard raid was over the top, says Tony Hall

The director general of the BBC has told MPs the broadcaster’s coverage of a police raid on the home of Sir Cliff Richard was over the top and had so far cost it more than £1.5m in costs and damages. Tony Hall told the digital, culture, media and sport committee, the total cost of Richard’s high court privacy victory over the BBC was not yet known, but most of it would be covered by an insurance policy. Lord Hall also said free licence fees for over-75s would be reviewed. “The concession, as it’s currently formulated, comes to an end in June 2020 … we, the board, have got to decide what to replace it with,” he told MPs. It could continue or be reformed, he continued.

The BBC was mindful that those over 65 or 75 “consume many, many more BBC services than others”, he said, adding: “There is real hardship among some, or many, of those over 75 too.” MPs heardthe BBC has so far paid £143,500 in damages and £850,000 in costs to Richard. It has also paid £515,000 in costs to South Yorkshire police. But followup hearings to deal with the singer’s specific claims in relation to the financial loss were ongoing, Hall said. Hall said his own view of the BBC coverage, which used a helicopter to fly over the Richard’s Berkshire home to film a police raid on the property in 2014, was that “we overdid it”. “I think the helicopter was overdoing it … it was something to report but down the bulletin,” he said. Officers from the South Yorkshire force were investigating a historical sexual assault allegation made against the singer. Richard, who has always denied any wrongdoing,  was not arrested and not charged with any offence. He later sued the BBC and won. The BBC decided not to appeal against the ruling. Hall said the judge took the view privacy was more important than the public interest. “I felt the case itself was not one I was happy to go to appeal on because of the way I thought we overdid it, to be blunt with you, ”Hall said.

The legal advice was it was very unlikely the BBC would win an appeal, he continued, adding it would cost more money and prolong Richard’s ordeal. But Hall said parliament needed to clarify this issue over reporting, “which I don’t think is for judges to decide”. “The policy issue is at what point does the balance between the freedom to know and information outweigh the individual’s right to privacy. And that is very complex,” he told the committee. He said he was out of the country at the time of the raid and not involved in decision making on the story. Hall said he had approached Richard to suggest they sat down and tried to “sort this out without going to court. Sadly, but I guess understandably, the legal view came back which was: ‘We don’t want to talk. We are prepared to settle if you say you’ve acted illegally.’ But I don’t think we acted illegally.” Hall also told MPs the BBC had lost some of its big names partly because their pay had been published. Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans has announced he is to join Virgin Radio, while former Radio 4 PM host Eddie Mair has joined LBC. MPs heard the BBC was dealing with just over 200 cases involving equal pay through an informal process and that 68 formal grievances were outstanding.

“We are seeking to answer these historic issues as quickly as possible in a proactive, open way,” Anne Bulford, the deputy director general, told the committee. Before giving evidence to the committee, Hall said the BBC was planning to streamline its online presence after internal research found just a handful of its numerous platforms accounted for 90% of its audience. In future it will focus on its main core services: iPlayer, news, weather, sport, children’s programming, the study resource Bitesize, and the audio and music app Sounds, which is to replace iPlayer Radio. “In the global marketplace against well-resourced competition, we have to concentrate on a smaller number of stand out services that deliver our very best content online,” Hall said in a speech to BBC employees in Salford. The BBC Earth and BBC Arts sections of the website will be removed and there will be fewer features as well as less focus on celebrity gossip. The cull of services comes as the BBC attempts to overcome the challenge posed by services such as YouTube and Netflix.


Chloe Ayling and married Jermaine Pennant sneak into hotel together at 4.50am after CBB wrap party – despite her …

Chloe Ayling and married Jermaine Pennant sneak into hotel together at 4.50am after CBB wrap party – despite her …

BROTHERLY LOVE? The pair were seen in a taxi together heading to a hotel after the boozy CBB wrap bash MARRIED Jermaine Pennant headed into a hotel with Chloe Ayling at 4:50am after the Celebrity Big Brother wrap party. The Sun Online’s exclusive snaps show the pair in a taxi before walking into a hotel in North London together. Splash News Chloe Ayling and Jermaine Pennant were spotted in a cab after the CBB wrap party Celebrity Big Brother star Jermaine Pennant looks beyond awkward as ex-housemate Chloe Ayling tells Rylan their flirting ‘wasn’t just banter’ on CBBBOTS Splash News They were then pictured heading into a hotel together.

They left the CBB wrap party by taxi in the early hours of this morning Splash News Chloe looked like she was laughing with the former footballer.

The former footballer, 35, who is married to model Alice Goodwin, was seen laughing with Chloe, 21, in the back of the cab as they pulled up outside the hotel after the boozy wrap party. The model hid her face under a baseball cap as she smiled playfully at Jermaine. Our pictures then show them getting out of the car and walking into the hotel together. They looked at ease in each other’s company just hours after Chloe declared she never wanted to see him again. Splash News Jermaine got out of the cab first after leaving the party with Chloe Splash News Chloe walked into the hotel with Jermaine Splash News It looks like Chloe may have forgiven Jermaine for dismissing their relationship as banter Jermaine Pennant apologises to fiancee for flirting with Chloe Ayling.

Jermaine is married to glamour girl Alice Goodwin Instagram He won Alice back after being seen flirting with Chloe in CBB. They were seated apart during the final itself and they looked like they barely spoke at all during the show. There was then a very awkward reunion on Bit On The Side, as Chloe slammed Jermaine for dismissing their flirty relationship as “just banter”.

When host Rylan Clark Neal asked if they will be seeing each other again after the show, Chloe said: “No.” The pair got very close during their time in the house, leaving Jermaine’s marriage to Alice Goodwin hanging in the balance. After his eviction, he apologised to his wife and confessed he over-stepped the mark with his flirting. PA Chloe and Jermaine barely spoke at the final as they sat on either side of Ben Jardine Jermaine Pennant admits his wife, Alice Goodwin, would ‘probably’ be upset after after leading Chloe Ayling on in the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Alice had forgiven Jermaine after lengthy crisis talks. Jermaine managed to win her back by cooking a romantic dinner, but after seeing these pictures it could take more than a home-cooked meal to convince Alice to forgive him once again.

Bodyguard: The show’s ‘bold’ twists are keeping viewers guessing

There are unanswered questions about Richard Madden’s character David Warning: This contains a lot of spoilers! Seven million people tuned in to the fourth episode of BBC One’s drama Bodyguard on Sunday – and the political thriller has left viewers guessing about what’s really going on in a way that hasn’t been the case with many recent shows. In Sunday’s episode, DS David Budd (played by Richard Madden) tried to deal with the aftermath of a bomb during a speech by Home Secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). And one major plot twist, in particular, has generated conspiracy theories.

The show revolved around Madden’s and Hawes’ characters – but on Sunday, viewers were told Hawes’ home secretary was killed in the bomb. The show’s creator Jed Mercurio – who was also responsible for Line of Duty – told Radio Times viewers would never see her death coming. “I like to try to do things that move the story on,” he said. “With Bodyguard I wanted to have this event mid-series that would completely alter the dynamic.” Growing up, he struggled to believe in TV drama because he knew the central characters wouldn’t die, he said. “I remember watching TV as a kid and, whenever there was some sort of jeopardy involving the hero, I could reassure myself that they were what I’d call a ‘can’t-die’ character, so everything would be OK.” Hawes herself thanked fans for their reactions on Twitter. Breaking the TV rules It’s highly unusual for a drama to kill off one of the central characters halfway through. “It’s a real shock because the whole show, the whole advertising, the whole talk about this entire drama has been the dynamic between her and the bodyguard,” Buzzfeed TV editor Scott Bryan told BBC Radio 5 Live. “And then, in episode three – not a pivotal episode in a normal run of things – to kill off your main character is a bold, bold move.” Sarah Hughes from The Guardian said echoed those thoughts, writing: “The death of Home Secretary Julia Montague at the drama’s half-way point was a bold move, but I’d argue, despite the hole it now leaves, a brilliant one.” We know from Line of Duty that Mercurio is the master of the plot twist – Hawes was in series two and three before being bumped off in that too. It’s unusual for shows to unexpectedly kill off a major character – although it happens, like with Lisa Faulkner in the second episode of Spooks, or Sean Bean’s Ned Stark in the first season of Game of Thrones. But it’s even more bold when a show centres so closely around two people. Was Montague’s death fake news?

Mercurio said: “He’s the genuine article, a real leading man. And I think this role has put him very much in the spotlight for bigger things.” Talks with the BBC about a second series are unlikely to happen until the first season has finished. “You have to wait until the end because anything can happen,” Mercurio said. “Some shows do nosedive at the end, or some piece of content could become incredibly controversial and affect the way the show is seen. In the end, you have to accept that the broadcaster holds all the cards.”


Three servings of dairy could lower your risk of heart disease

Three servings of dairy could lower your risk of heart disease

Having three servings of dairy a day could help lower your risk of heart disease, a new study claims. The last few years have seen the rise of the anti-dairy health fad, with advocates saying whole milk and other dairy products – high in saturated fat – raise LDL cholesterol, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. But researchers said they found those who consumed three servings of milk, cheese, butter or cream per day were almost two times less likely to suffer from heart disease and strokes, compared to having fewer servings. The team, led by McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, says its findings show that consuming dairy shouldn’t be discouraged – and in fact should be encouraged in low-income and middle-income countries where dairy intake is low.

Three servings of dairy a day could help lower your risk of heart disease, a new study claims (file image)  Currently, the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020 recommends no more than three servings of dairy a day and advises to choose fat-free and low-fat options.  This is based on research that has shown saturated fats found in whole-fat products raises your LDL cholesterol, a marker of heart disease. However, past evidence has suggested there are a number of nutrients found in dairy products including calcium, potassium, magnesium, vitamins K1 and K2  and probiotics (in yoghurt) that could contribute to a healthy diet. ‘Diet is one of the most important modifiable risk factors for chronic disease,’ lead author Dr Mahshid Dehghan, a senior research associate at McMaster University, told Daily Mail Online. ‘And because dairy has magnesium, potassium, all these vitamins, we wanted to see if there was a link between consumption and chronic disease.’  For the study, the team looked at more than 136,000 people from 21 countries who had participated in the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiological (PURE) study. The PURE study looks at environmental, societal and biological effects on obesity and chronic health issues including heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

The participants, who were between ages 35 and 70, were divided into four categories: no dairy, less than one serving per day, one to two servings per day, and more than two servings per day. A serving was determined as being equivalent to a glass of milk, a cup of yoghurt, one 15 gram slices of cheese, or a teaspoon of butter.  Researchers noted the dietary intakes of the participants at the study’s start in 2003 and followed them for about nine years.  The high intake group, which had an average of three servings per day, was found to have lower rates of death due to cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular causes, heart disease and stroke compared to the no intake group. Additionally, those who only consumed whole-fat at a higher intake – around three servings per day – had lower rates of death and heart disease than those who less than 0.5 servings of whole-fat dairy per day. The team also found that the highest dairy consumption was in North America and Europe, where participants had four or more servings per day. Consumption was lowest in southern Asia and Africa, where participants ate an average of less than one serving per day.    ‘There are many factors that affect the pattern of consumption because the food culture in various countries is different,’ Dr Dehghan said. ‘But we see the same trends. No matter, which country we looked, the trends were the same.’  She says more research is needed as to why dairy is linked to low levels of heart disease as well as looking into overall diet quality in different countries.  ‘What I really want to emphasize is that consumption shouldn’t be discouraged but encouraged especially in low-income countries and even in high-income countries where consumption is low,’ Dr Meghan said. ‘We are not saying people eating seven servings of dairy a day should increase their intake, but that three servings – moderation – is good for you.’


Obesity Britain: Every two in three of us are overweight

Obesity Britain: Two thirds of us are overweight

Only two of 53 European nations are fatter than Britain, a report reveals today. The UN study found that two in three of us are overweight and one in four is obese. It blamed the crisis on lack of exercise, poor diet and heavy drinking. Campaigners said the figures were frightening and warned that deaths from diabetes and heart disease could spiral without urgent action. Our obesity rate of 28 per cent is beaten only by Turkey, with 32 per cent, and Malta at 29 per cent. The European average is 23 per cent.

Obesity is defined as a body mass index (BMI) score of more than 30. A tally higher than 25 is seen as overweight. Our obesity rate of 28 per cent is beaten only by Turkey, with 32 per cent, and Malta at 29 per cent. The European average is 23 per cent ‘The Government has to work and quickly if the UK is to avoid shortly becoming the fattest nation on Earth,’ said Tam Fry of the National Obesity Forum. ‘It is frightening that there are millions of children whose current obesity will doom them to die before their parents.’  He said it was now accepted that adults died early ‘not only because of being overweight but because of the co-morbidities they have triggered by their obesity’. Britain was fourth worst – with a 64 per cent rate – when it came to measuring how many adults were overweight. Experts said Britain had such a weight problem in part because of the heavy influence of the US Obesity is known to raise the risk of Type 2 ‘lifestyle’ diabetes, heart disease, stroke, dementia, joint and back problems and cancer. Data from Public Health England shows that 34 per cent of children are overweight and 10 per cent are obese when they leave primary school.

The research from the World Health Organisation, an arm of the UN, covered 53 countries, including former Soviet nations it considers part of the European region. Its author Dr Claudia Stein said life expectancy had gone up but obesity was putting this progress at risk. ‘What is even more alarming is what is going on with children,’ she said. ‘If I remember my childhood there were one or two chubby children in the class. Now if you see the data it is really high.’ She added: ‘Adult alcohol consumption is a huge contributor to obesity, and Britain has overtaken the European average.’ Experts said Britain had such a weight problem in part because of the heavy influence of the US, which has an even worse obesity rate of 38 per cent. European countries such as France and Italy are less susceptible to American advertising because of the language barrier.

Martin McKee, professor of European public health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said: ‘We have long known that, among high-income countries, obesity rates are higher in English-speaking ones, including the USA and UK. ‘Within Europe, other countries with high rates include Ireland and Malta. ‘This has been a long-standing puzzle and some have asked whether it is because the intensive marketing in the United States in English has a global reach, but especially in countries where everyone speaks English.’ Caroline Cerny of the Obesity Health Alliance said: ‘It’s very concerning to see the UK has one of the highest levels of adults with obesity in Europe. The NHS is to put diabetics on low-calorie soup and shake diets to try to beat the disease ‘However this is hardly surprising when we live in an environment that steers us towards unhealthy choices with marketing, promotions and super-size portions. ‘We need the Government to fully implement measures outlined in their childhood obesity strategy such as a 9pm watershed on junk food adverts to help ensure the next generation have the opportunity to grow up healthy.’

Read more on the WHO website about The Key Facts on obesity and overweight

Diana, William and Harry’s Saturday night routine with McDonald’s and Blind Date

Diana, William and Harry’s Saturday night routine with McDonald’s and Blind Date

Princess Diana’s wish was always clear – she wanted her boys to have a normal life, or as normal as possible for heirs to the throne. This wasn’t always easy, as they had to attend official events from a young age and were constantly surrounded by security, palace staff and the media. But behind closed doors it was a very different story, and Diana got her wish with parts of her home life with Princes William and Harry. And while you might assume they spent their Saturday nights dining at top London restaurants or doing other exclusive things – their ritual was unbelievably normally, and identical to many homes up and down the country at the time. Away from royal duties, things were very different

Diana’s former butler and close friend Paul Burrell told about the trio’s “Saturday night ritual”. The loving mum would take her boys to McDonald’s, where they would order Big Macs and chips. They would then come home and sit on a giant stuffed hippopotamus Diana had in front of the TV and watch Blind Date. Mr Burrell said: “The three of them would nip to McDonald’s for a Big Mac and fries before coming back to watch Blind Date. All three of them would squat on this massive, stuffed hippopotamus Diana had in her sitting room.

Who didn’t love a bit of Blind Date?! “They loved Blind Date and I’d hear them all screaming things like “Oh don’t pick him!” and “Lorra, lorra fun”. “William and Harry also talk about pictures from two albums Diana made for each of them. “It was her giving them the story of their lives in pictures and they have their names in gold lettering on the front. “When they got married and had children of their own, she wanted them to show them – and I’m sure that’s what William is doing with George and Charlotte.” Sound familiar?

The boys reportedly loved McDonald’s, and last year the family’s former chef Darren McGrady recalled a day Princess Diana took them for a last minute treat. He said: “I remember the Princess [Diana] came into the kitchen one day and said, ‘Cancel lunch for the boys I’m taking them out, we’re going to McDonald’s. “And I said, ‘Oh my god your royal highness, I can do that, I can do burgers.’ And she said, ‘No, it’s the toy they want.'”


Emmerdale spoilers: Robert Sugden delivered Rebecca White shock in creepy Lachlan twist

Emmerdale spoilers: Robert Sugden delivered Rebecca White shock in creepy Lachlan twist

Emmerdale fans have been gripped to the ongoing saga involving Lachlan White (played by Thomas Atkinson).  The troubled teen was mercifully sent to prison after his evil ways were discovered on the ITV soap.  However, he has been using his wily ways to con the police into giving him information he wants.  Particularly, Lachlan is using Rebecca White (Emily Head) as a bargaining tool.  In the coming weeks, it will be Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) who presses Lachlan for information on the killer’s aunt.  Lachlan immediately turns on the mind games and toys with Robert. The murderous teen reveals he had planned to kill Robert and Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele).

Furthermore, Lachlan reveals he didn’t kill Rebecca after threatening to when he kidnapped her.  Robert immediately tries to get information on where the mother of his child is.  But will Lachlan give up the vital information? Or will he keep toying with Robert? However, it seems Rebecca is alive and well, but there’s a big twist on the horizon.  It transpired last night she has been kept in a separate house in the middle of nowhere.  She appeared to look healthy and clean – miles away from her last appearance in Emmerdale when she was being mistreated by Lachlan.  However, there will be one final twist on the horizon after it seems a nurse who has been looking after her could turn out to be the end of her.  It seemed the nurse was completely on Lachlan’s side , as she defended him on multiple occasions.  While being force-fed drugs, Rebecca begged to be left alone, insisting she was not mad.  The sinister nurse reassured: “You’ve had a head injury, you get confused sometimes.” Rebecca hit back: “Look I told you, my nephew tried to kill me, he killed our whole family.”

The nurse soothed: “It was a tragic accident. Nobody’s fault. He loves you. He’s paying me a lot of money to help you rest and recover.  “ You don’t want to end up in an institution do you? Then you won’t be able to be with your son.” Will Rebecca ever be able to overcome Lachlan’s killer grip on her?