Debbie Reynold’s son is selling more than 1,500 items from the memorabilia collections
The two actresses died within a day of each other last year. “They were magnifi cent collectors and amassed an amazing and diverse collection in their lifetimes,” states Todd Fisher, who also plans to sell the sprawling compound where Debbie and Carrie lived.
“The size of their collection rivals most museums. So in keeping with my mother’s wishes we have decided to share part of their magnifi cent collection with all their friends and fans.” The lots include Debbie’s silk dress from Singin’ In The Rain, replica ruby slippers from The Wizard Of Oz and the director’s chair Carrie used on Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi.
A portion of the profi ts from the sales – which take place in September at auction house Profi les In History – will be divided between The Thalians, a mental health charity set up by Debbie, and The Jed Foundation, an organisation picked by Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd, 24, which also helps raise awareness for mental health issues.
CAREY MULLIGAN appears to have another little one on the way. As our picture shows, the British actress seemingly revealed a baby bump as she walked into London hot spot Sexy Fish restaurant recently for a rare night out with her rocker husband Marcus Mumford.
The petite Great Gatsby star, 32, who already has one-year-old daughter, Evelyn Grace, with 30-year-old Marcus, failed to hide her burgeoning new shape beneath her baggy black silk top, which she paired with loose-fitting black trousers and a dark blue silk shirt. Her representative has not commented on whether the star is expecting.
However, Carey is famously private and set tongues wagging in a similar way when pregnant the first time around. When she walked the red carpet at the Tony Awards in June of 2015, there were whispers that she was pregnant and attempting to hide her bump under her structured dress.
The Suffragette actress has been married to Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus since 2012 – the couple were childhood pen pals and reconnected as adults.
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ memorial Fri, January 6, 2017
Meryl Streep was one of many stars pictured attending Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ joint private memorial for family and friends.
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Meryl Streep among mourners at Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ memorial
She gave birth to Evelyn in September 2015 but only confirmed the news during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show the following month, admitting:
“Yep. It is a girl and she’s three weeks old.” Westminster-born Carey, who was nominated for an Oscar for An Education in 2009, has kept a relatively low profile in recent months.
Apart from raising awareness for various charities, her last showbiz appearance was the red carpet debut of her fi lm Mudbound at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
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Olivia Newton John's daughter says she has received upsetting remarks online
OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN’s daughter says she has received upsetting remarks online since speaking about her mother’s cancer battle.
As Day & Night reported last week, Chloe Lattanzi, pictured here with her mother, has been using social media site Instagram to update her followers about the Grease star’s attempts to beat the disease for a second time.
However, the 31-year-old has now quit the photo-sharing site due to negative feedback.
“Some woman commented that I couldn’t post happy pictures of myself because of what my mother is going through,” wrote Chloe, the daughter of Olivia and her fi rst husband Matt Lattanzi. “My mum is fine and the one thing she told me is to keep being creative and positive and take my mind off anything negative… I’m angry that there are such incredibly insensitive people out there making me feel ashamed of trying to feel normal. Goodbye for a while.”
Olivia, 68, postponed a series of US shows after announcing last Tuesday that doctors had discovered breast cancer has returned and spread to her back 25 years after she was first diagnosed.
First Look: Cast of 'Poldark' film dramatic scenes in Cornwall Wed, October 5, 2016
18th-century drama 'Poldark' continues as the cast are pictured filming very dramatic scenes on Cornwall beach.
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Cast of 'Poldark' return to shoot scenes in Cornwall, UK for the hit TV drama.
POLDARK star Beatie Edney loves playing a grubby servant in the BBC One period drama because it’s made her less self-conscious. The actress, who has the role of Prudie, the unkempt and moody maid to leading man Ross Poldark [Aidan Turner] and his wife Demelza [Eleanor Tomlinson], says. “It fi lls me with delight to smile at men with my rotten teeth [which she sports for the role].
It makes me laugh so much. “I fi nd it diffi cult to keep a straight face with Aidan,” confesses Beatie, 54. “This industry is very focused on the way you look. When I was younger I did all of the parts where I had to look pretty. So it is releasing for it not to matter what I look like for the first time.
“It’s great for your self-confi dence, when it is better the worse you look, as you don’t feel self-conscious.” The actress also reveals there is an inordinate amount of singing in the upcoming series, which begins on June 11. “The poor people sing more than ever this time around,” she says. “I didn’t realise we would be doing Poldark the musical so soon.