SON: Liam Payne will be in the UK for his son Bear's birthdayThe One Direction star, whose debut single Strip That Down topped charts around the world, sparked speculation that he will miss his son’s first birthday. However, Cheryl’s baby-daddy will in fact be in the UK for Bear Payne’s big day. Daily Star Online understands that Liam, 24, isn’t due to fly out to Japan until late in the evening on March 22 – meaning he has all day to celebrate with his family.
The British stunner has been snapped spilling out of her top during her romantic break to Thailand. Joined by boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, Kelly, 38, looks hotter than ever as she relaxes by her hotel pool. Staying at the luxurious Trisara Resort in Phuket, the loved-up couple appear happier than ever as as they top up their tan. Though Kelly's tiny bikini looked to be struggling to protect her modesty. In these snaps, her assets can be seen oozing into display as she messes about in the water.
Dressed in a pink fur stole and matching larger than life sunglasses, the tabloid regular was dolled up to the nines at the iconic sporting event. Joined by her husband Kieran Hayler, Katie Price was seen in the Hospitality section of the race course cheering on the horses from her box's balcony. Just meters away, Love Island hunk Chris Hughes and his ex Olivia Attwood were posing for a seriously awkward photo call. The ITV duo signed up to be the face of Coral's horse racing last year.
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