Gary Lineker says he was caught romping in Fiat Uno which had his name plastered down the side – The Sun

MATCH of the Day host Gary Lineker admitted he was caught romping in a Fiat Uno — with his name plastered down the side.

He was given the red sponsored motor when he played for Leicester City and was first dating Michelle Cockayne, mum of his four boys.

The couple’s passion had steamed up the windows when a fan tapped on one and shouted: “Gary, we know you’re in there lad!”

The ex-Spurs and England finisher, 59, recalled: “The car had ‘Gary ­Lineker Drives . . .’ all over it in massive letters — it was embarrassing.”

He added on his Behind Closed Doors podcast: “We were in the ­middle of nowhere and bam, bam, bam — there we are in the car and it all steams up.

“Suddenly we get a knock. I’ve gone, ‘Oh no, my name’s on the side of the car’.

Talk about taking the wind out of your sails. True story. I didn’t finish on that occasion!”

A photo of Gary in his kit with the car was doing the rounds on Twitter.

It has “Uno 1” on the bonnet and on the doors are “Gary ­Lineker LCFC Drives a Fiat” and “Supplied by Kilby Bridge Motors”.

Previously on his podcast Lineker, now paid £1.7million a year by the BBC, revealed he and Michelle flouted a club sex ban hours before Leicester played Derby in 1982 — and he scored three goals.

He superstitiously carried on romping before matches for another four weeks before calling a halt when he failed to bag another hat-trick.


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Nuki is a reassuringly versatile smart lock

While you can now buy smart light bulbs in any Kmart or IKEA for just a few dollars each, smart locks are not yet mainstream. One of the few I’ve had a chance to test is the Nuki Smart Lock.

Installation seems easy enough. I couldn’t use a drill to save my life, but the Airtasker hired to do the installation was finished in about 15 minutes.

The Nuki works with an optional fob that can replace traditional keys.

The lock itself is bulkier than I expected, sticking out about five centimetres from the door, and I could see some homeowners balking at this. The Nuki will look bizarre on a terrace house for instance; its aesthetic is far more suited to a modern home or apartment. Having said that it is an attractive unit, with a subtle glowing LED ring to indicate when the door is locked or unlocked.

Converting your analogue lock to a digital smart lock can be anxiety inducing. What if you lose your phone? What if you come home with a flat phone battery? Nuki tackles these concerns with two different options. There’s an optional keyfob available, to quickly unlock the door without a smartphone; handy for kids in your home.

You can also pair the smart lock with a numerical keypad, which would be a great option for AirBnB hosts. Here you can set up a master passcode that only you know, which will always unlock the door. Next, you can create secondary passcodes with the Nuki smartphone app, so AirBnB hosts could provide each new guest a unique passcode, ensuring no one overstays their welcome. You can even set passcodes that only work at certain times, so if your cleaner comes every second Wednesday they could receive a passcode just for them.

Like all good smart home devices, the Nuki can speak to Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and Google’s Assistant, meaning after the initial setup inside the Nuki app you can unlock your door with just your voice, or lock remotely. Paired with a video doorbell, this is a great way to open the door for guests. But the real smarts come with the various automated actions available. The Nuki can be set to auto lock once the door has been closed for five minutes, or to lock down at 10pm; handy if you always forget to lock the doors at night.

The Nuki system is not cheap. The minimum spend for one lock and the required Nuki bridge will cost you $549, with each additional lock another $419. The key fob is $79, and the keypad another $149. Still, the Nuki is incredibly well built and well supported, with countless options within the app, which is reassuring when you’re relying on a product to keep you and your valuables safe.

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Tyler Cameron: Why He Really Deleted Pics Of Ex Hannah Brown From Instagram

Awkward! That’s what ‘Bachelorette’ fans were saying when Tyler Cameron deleted all pics of Hannah Brown from his IG, despite them remaining friendly after the show. Here’s why he did it.

There’s no hard feelings between Tyler Cameron and his former Bachelorette sweetie Hannah Brown. While he was her first runner-up, the 26-year-old hunk went on to quickly date then later break up with model Gigi Hadid, 24, while Hannah went on to compete — and WIN! — on Dancing with the Stars. So why is Tyler all of a sudden deleting all Instagram pics of Hannah after they publicly proclaimed their friendly mutual admiration publicly last week? After all, they still follow each other on the ‘gram and she still has pics of him on her IG page.

“Tyler really meant no harm by removing Hannah‘s photos from his Instagram and didn’t think it was that big of a deal. Tyler has no hard feelings towards Hannah whatsoever, he thinks she’s a really sweet girl with a huge heart, but their relationship is in the past and he just wants to move forward from it,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.

“Seeing their photos together was just a constant reminder of the past and Tyler wants to open a fresh chapter in 2020. It was nothing personal against Hannah at all, he‘s just ready for a new start in all aspects of his life,” our insider explains. Tyler’s page now contains mostly ripped modeling pics, hanging out with male pals, and workout pics from the gym. It appears he wants to leave his reality TV competition days in the past now.

“Tyler Cameron deleted all of the pictures of ex Hannah Brown off of his social media because he finally feels like it’s time to move on. He’s ready. He’s been meeting a ton of new people and friends and focusing his energy into that. Tyler is really busy filming a new show and is making a new life for himself post Hannah and The Bachelorette franchise,” a second source tells us EXCLUSIVELY. “Tyler’s new show will be something totally different. It will have nothing to do with dating and really takes Tyler back to his roots. He’s excited for the future.”

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My toxic girlfriend’s daughter is flirting me and I don’t know what to do – The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE:  MY girlfriend’s daughter is making advances towards me and I don’t know how to handle it.

Nothing I do for my girlfriend is ever right. She is toxic and controlling. She even tries to decide what I do with my two children from my previous marriage.


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I am 44 and my girlfriend is 41. Her daughter is 22. She always sticks up for me with her mum and we have now got very close. But lately she has been getting too close for comfort.

When we talk she touches me and rubs her breasts against my arm. I might have thought it was accidental but she has left her bedroom door open when she’s getting dressed.

DEIDRE SAYS: Don’t respond to these advances, as this is attention you don’t want or need.

What is keeping you in the relationship given that you sound very unhappy?

Leaving an abusive relationship is never easy but help and support is available for men in your situation. You can speak with ManKind, who are trained to deal with domestic abuse issues for men. (01823 334 244, mankind.org.uk)

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Harry Styles’ new album, ‘Fine Line,’ is fine

The only direction that Harry Styles is going is up.

That was clear when the One Direction heartthrob pulled charming and cheeky double duty while serving as both host and musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” last month. Now the 25-year-old Brit continues to prove he’s a solo star with his second post-1D album, “Fine Line,” out Friday. While the LP is not as revelatory as 2017’s surprisingly sublime “Harry Styles,” it certainly cements the fact that not only did he have the best hair in One Direction, but he also had the most talent.

Here are five highlights that will have ladies of all ages — and no doubt some fellas, too — wild about Harry.

“Golden”
The sun-kissed opener kicks off the album with a burst of ’60s-pop radiance. “Take me back to the light/I knew you were way too bright for me,” sings Styles, revealing his broken heart on this deceptively shimmery track.

“Watermelon Sugar”
Like “Adore You” and “Lights Up” — the other two tracks released before the album dropped — this single is more straightforward soul-pop than the rest of “Fine Line.” But when the groove and the melody are this sweet, it hardly matters.

“She”
Styles works his falsetto powers on this romantic reverie about a girl who “lives in daydreams with me.” There’s a woozy beauty to Beck-y tracks such as this one, which ends with an extended guitar solo — because that’s what real rock stars do.

“Treat People With Kindness”
This message might seem a bit cheesy coming from anyone other than one of the hippest and hottest young dudes on the planet. But in Styles’ all-embracing hands, you can’t help but be swept up in the feel-good spirit that harks back to his Brit-pop granddaddies, The Beatles.

“Fine Line”
The title tune is a dreamy ballad that gets you lost in swirling atmospherics, showing you just how much Styles is all about the mood. When he croons “We’ll be all right” at the end of an album that has ached to get over that thin line between love and hate, you believe him.

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Boxing Champion Manny Pacquiao Just Got His Bachelor's Degree: 'It Is Never Too Late'

Manny Pacquiao is already the only boxer in history to win major world titles in eight different weight classes, but now, he’s a college grad too.

The 40-year-old athlete graduated from University of Makati in the Philippines this week, he revealed on social media, posting several photos from his graduation ceremony.

Pacquiao said that he received a bachelor of arts degree in political science, local government administration.

Alongside the happy images, Pacquiao shared a powerful message, “Let us engrave this in our hearts: It is never too late to dream bigger dreams. It is never too late to accomplish our dreams. LIVE YOUR PASSION, not just for yourself, but for your family and for our country.”

Pacquiao’s new degree will be put to good use — he currently serves as a senator in the Philippines.

The champion boxer is best known for his career in the ring, though, and according to Forbes is currently worth $26 million. The outlet reported that Pacquiao’s much-publicized May 2015 match against Floyd Mayweather, dubbed “the fight of the century,” is still the best-selling fight in boxing history.

According to ESPN, Pacquiao — a father of 5 — will next fight in the United States “in late March or April.”


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This Popular Princess Costume Trunk Is Only $22 Today — Plus More Disney Toys on Sale Starting at $4

With the holidays right around the corner, we hope you’ve started to check people off your shopping list. While adults may be a little harder to choose gifts for, kids can be easier to shop for — especially when toys are on sale. Right now, Amazon is offering a limited-time deal on a ton of Disney toys, including that princess costume trunk that kept selling out earlier this year.

Perfect for any Disney fan, the 21-piece trunk features two-piece outfits based on the classic princesses, plus tons of accessories like jewelry, headbands, stickers, and tiaras. Recommended for ages three and up, the dresses fit sizes 4 to 6X, and are packaged in a keepsake trunk that can be used to store the outfits or other items. If you’re wondering if it’ll make a good gift, over 1,200 shoppers have had a positive experience with the Disney Princess Dress Up Trunk, and many say it’s a huge hit during the holidays.

Buy It! Disney Princess Dress Up Trunk Deluxe, $22.41 (orig. $34.99); amazon.com

Select few Disney princess dolls and Frozen toys are also discounted, including a styling Elsa doll that comes with a braiding tool and hair accessories.

Buy It! Disney Frozen Sister Styles Elsa Doll with Braiding Tool, $16.99 (orig. $26.99); amazon.com; Disney Princess Ralph Breaks The Internet Movie Dolls, Cinderella & Mulan, $19.99 (orig. $29.99); amazon.com

And if you’re shopping on a tight budget, you can find toys as low as $4, including Funko Pops and Toy Story plushies. But if you’re eyeing anything, you’ll want to act fast — the deal ends tonight, and many items are already quickly going out of stock! Check out all Disney toys on sale here.

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Savvy shopper gets entire Christmas food shop worth £45 from Asda for just £3.50 – The Sun

GETTING through the festive season on the cheap can be tricky, but one shopper bagged her entire Christmas food shop for just £3.51.

By planning ahead, Bonita Aguilera, 22, got food worth £44.60 at a £41.09 discount at Asda.

The savvy site services technician from northwest London shared a picture of her food haul on Latest Deals' Facebook page, and it proved popular.

The purchase includes pigs in blankets, stuffing, bacon, tuna steaks, pork shops, pepper ribs, as well as a pigs in blankets fondue for just 11p, down from £5.

Bonita wrote "Christmas is sorted" alongside the photo, and quickly racked up over 200 likes and comments from fellow bargain hunters congratulating her on the find.

The young shopper got the cheap food by popping by her local Asda at 6.30pm to hunt for reduced-to-clear yellow stickers.

Bonita told Latest Deals: "The best part of finding all these yellow sticker items is that they were all freezable.

"They had loads of packets of stuffing, cocktail sausages, bacon and some blue cheese.

"I also got some cheesy mash, tuna steaks, pork chops and salt and pepper ribs.

"I’ve worked out that all the yellow ticket items I bought cost £3.51 and in total they should have been £44.60."

Here's how to cut the cost of your grocery shop

MONEY.CO.UK has shared some top tips with us to help you keep your supermarket spend down to a minimum.

  • Write yourself a list – Only buy items that you need. If it isn't on your list, don't put it in the trolley
  • Create a budget – Work out a weekly budget for your food shopping
  • Never shop hungry – You are far more likely to buy  more food if your tummy is rumbling
  • Don't buy pre-chopped veggies or fruit – The extra they'll charge for chopping can be eye watering
  • Use social media – Follow your favourite retailers to find out about the latest deals
  • Be disloyal – You may want to go to different stores to find the best bargains
  • Check the small print –  It’s always worth checking the price per kg/lb/litre when comparing offers so you’re making a like for like decision as a bigger box won’t necessarily mean you get more
  • Use your loyalty cards – Don’t be afraid to sign up to them all. They all work slightly differently – work out what bonus suits you better and remember to trade in your points for additional rewards

Bonita added: "I’m going back to my mum's for Christmas with my boyfriend and she always spends so much on food for Christmas.

"She calls me up and says ‘Bon, how come you always find the deals and I don’t?’ so I decided I’d stock up for her and take it down.

"I was excited when I saw all the items as I love a good bargain and it always makes me happy that I can have quality ingredients for a fraction of the price."

She reckons her best deals come by hunting for items that are going out of date and politely asking store staff for a reduction.

If you're keen to do the same, you'll also need to get familiar with when your favourite supermarket reduces items and be there on the dot, she added.

Tom Church, co-founder of Latest Deals, says 6.30pm is the ideal time to go although this also varies depending on the supermarket.

For example, Aldi usually slaps on reduced stickers first thing in the morning, meaning you might need to get there for as early as 8am to find the best deals.

Tom said: "Throughout the day supermarkets put on yellow stickers, starting at mid-day and steadily increasing until store closure time.

"While every store is different, generally 6.30pm is the perfect time to go.

"You can expect discounts to be about 50 percent off or more."

If you don't mind waiting with your Christmas dinner until December 27, or you like to eat turkey, gammon or roast beef at other times of the year then you can save a lot of money too.

Tom added: "Everything gets reduced to crazy cheap because there's always excess stock leftover that no one's bought.

"You can shove it in your freezer and use it for Sunday roasts throughout spring."

If you're keen to cut the cost of your Christmas dinner, then you should head to Aldi as it's been named the cheapest supermarket.

The discounter is also offering the Christmas turkey with a £9 bird.

Meanwhile, Asda has rolled out a Christmas Day food bundle with everything you need for under £15.

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30 Clever Captions For Christmas Lights That’ll Leave A Little Sparkle On Your Feed

It’s Christmastime once again, which can only mean one thing for your home: It’s time to break out the cozy Christmas lights. Now, I know they can be a pain. Every year, you probably wonder if it’s worth it untangling the mess of wires and bulbs. But once you get them up, you realize that the answer is always, yes, they’re totally worth it, and you’re going to snap a bunch of pictures for the ‘Gram. You’ll need to be armed with clever captions for Christmas lights to keep your feed shining bright like a diamond (or like the top of your Christmas tree).

There’s something about putting up Christmas lights that makes me feel so nostalgic. The same way Halloween doesn’t feel complete without a jack-o-lantern carving, and Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving until you trace your hand on a piece of paper and call it a turkey, Christmas lights complete the holiday spirit in December for me. They look pretty and give your home a beautiful, warm glow. But even more than that, they symbolize the beauty of the holiday season every year.

If you’re planning on decorating for Christmas this year — which I hope you are — you should definitely plan on unpacking those Christmas lights. You’ll have a few captions for all of your cute pics ready to go, so there’s really no excuse.

1. "Dream big, sparkle more, shine bright."

2. "Christmas is too sparkly… said no one ever."

3. "Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle."

4. "Where the treetops glisten." — Bing Crosby, "White Christmas"

5. "All the jingle ladies."

6. "Leave a little sparkle wherever you go."

7. "’Tis the season to sparkle."

8. "Decking the halls in sparkles."

9. "Glitter is the new black."

10. "There’s room for everyone on the nice list." — Buddy the Elf, Elf

11. "Sleighed it."

12. "All is calm, all is bright." — Bing Crosby, "Silent Night"

13. "Fairy lights on winter nights."

14. "Merry everything and a happy always."

15. "She who leaves a trail of glitter is never forgotten."

16. "May you never be too grown up to search the skies on Christmas Eve."

17. "Have yourself a merry little Christmas." — Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

18. "When in doubt, add more sparkle."

19. "’Tis the season to be cheesin’."

20. "Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can’t see." — The Conductor, The Polar Express

21. "Me every day: Slay. Me in December: Sleigh."

22. "Up to snow good."

23. "The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear." — Buddy the Elf, Elf

24. "All the lights are shining so brightly everywhere." — Mariah Carey, "All I Want For Christmas Is You"

25. "Oh Christmas lights keep shining on." — Coldplay, "Christmas Lights"

26. "All of the lights." — Kanye West, "All Of The Lights"

27. "Walking in a winter wonderland." — Felix Bernard, "Winter Wonderland"

28. "It’s the most wonderful time of the year." — Andy Williams, "It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year"

29. "And as any child can tell you, there’s a certain magic that comes with the very first snow, especially when it falls on the day before Christmas." — Narrator, Frosty the Snowman

30. "Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand." — Dr. Seuss

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Racerback Nursing Bras That Are More Supportive Than Gym Attire

There’s a lot about pregnancy that’s uncomfortable: The impossible food cravings that can’t be curbed, unpredictable mood swings, having to pee every five seconds and, you know, carrying a growing, wiggling human inside your uterus for nine months straight. And as much as we would like to report that postpartum life is a cakewalk, there’s still some discomfort during the next phase of childbirth, too. For example, if you ultimately decide breastfeeding is best for your baby, nursing can be uncomfortable, too — that is, unless you have the right equipment, such as gentle pumps and the right racerback nursing bra that offers support both during and after feedings. 

Visions of avid gym-goers might come to mind when you think of racerback bras, but gone are the days when these undergarments were solely sporty. Yes, the Y and V-shaped designs do a fantastic job locking in the girls during a cardio sesh, but they also offer support for nursing mothers whose breasts are constantly swelling with milk. What’s more, the straps push your shoulders back and up, improving your posture, and are either unhook-able or stretchy and easy to pull aside when it’s time for feeding. 

Plus, contrary to popular belief, while racerback nursing bras are certainly functional, they can also be fashionable. Remember, you’re a mom now, but you’re a woman first, and there’s no shame in feeling sexy postpartum. So whether you prefer to cover up, show off a little cleavage, love a cute print or opt to stay a little plain for the time being, there’s a racerback nursing bra for every type of mom. 

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1. Kindred Bravely French Terry Racerback Nursing Bra

Whoever said nursing bras weren’t cute clearly have not been introduced to the Kindred Bravely French Terry Racerback Nursing Bra. French Terry is a knitted terry cloth fabric that is super comfy, but this nursing bra is also wire-free so it’s easy to maneuver for breastfeeding access, plus you won’t feel constricted at anytime throughout the wear. Unifying comfort and colors that range from your basic beige (a staple piece) to pink camo, black and cabernet, this award-winning bra is certifiably mom-approved.

2. Bamboobies Nursing Bra

Now here’s a racerback bra you’ll definitely be sporting once you’re back at the gym postpartum. Bamboobies nursing bra is a bit more stylish than your average racerback: its aesthetic charm boils down to the details such as a keyhole back and hook-and-eye closure to make new mamas feel a little sexy (plus it’s just more convenient than having to tug the thing over your head). The bra comes in three colors — black, gray and hibiscus — and four sizes (small, medium, large and extra-large). Cup pads can be inserted or removed depending on your preference, and the piece also features an adjustable bra extender for guaranteed comfort during and post-pregnancy.

3. CAKYE 3 Pack Maternity Nursing Bra

For a nursing bra with feminine flair, look no further than this pick from CAKYE. Made from 95 percent cotton and 5 percent spandex, this undergarment is the trifecta of nursing bras: it makes feeding a breeze, is comfortable enough to sleep in and makes for a fantastic low-impact exercise bra (think yoga or pilates). Each pack includes three racerback nursing bras in different designs, so you can choose from combinations like black/navy/mint green, black/burgundy/royal blue, and mint green/pink/lavender, among others.

4. BRAVADO! DESIGNS Original Nursing Bra

If only nursing bra cups were designed like flaps that could open at the time of nursing, and close when feeding time ends, right? Well, on that detail, BRAVADO! DESIGNS OG nursing bra delivers. Business in the front and pure comfort in the back, these racerback nursing bras have not only received the Mom’s Choice Award, they’re considered a hospital bag must-have. Aside from the fact that it’s made with a soft, breathable cotton-modal blend, and without stiff wiring or a back closure, new moms are obsessed with this nursing bra’s full drop-away cup for easier nursing and ample skin-to-skin contact that’s so valuable for mother and baby.  

5. Gratlin Women’s Racerback Seamless Nursing Bra

Some women don’t mind the sporty look — after all, giving labor is pretty much the mother of all workouts (pun intended). Gratlin’s racerback nursing bra is simplistic in that it definitely has the aesthetic of your basic training bra, but it’s ultimately designed to make breastfeeding much easier for new moms (and baby!). The seamless design is wire-and padding-free, and made from a comfy and malleable combination of polyamide and spandex. It also features a densely knitted underband to provide extra support and prevent sagging. 


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