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Abbey Clancy‘ is “so proud” of her daughters for their appearance in a new ‘Frozen 2’ themed photoshoot.

Nine-year-old Sophia and five-year-old Liberty – the model’s eldest children with husband Peter Crouch – dressed as Anna and Elsa and were photographed with other young models by Mary McCartney to show off the new A/W collection and to kick off Frozen Fashion Week.

Abbey said: “Sophia and Liberty are huge Frozen 2 fans and they had so much fun dressing up as Anna and Elsa for Frozen Fashion Week. They have nearly as big an opinion as I do on fashion and I was so proud of them both in front of the cameras. It was a magical day and a special moment for us – all that was missing was my own Elsa dress!”

And Mary had a great time working with the children.

She said: “Growing up I watched every Disney animation film, so this shoot has brought back many fond memories from those times.

“It warmed my heart to spend the day photographing these children playing dress up, and I could see how much they enjoyed being in the Arendelle-inspired world – singing along to the ‘Frozen 2’ soundtrack, as they modelled the collection.”

The inaugural virtual Frozen Fashion Week is set in the world of Arendelle, andwill see five virtual shows featuring 16 children modelling different outfits from 11 retailers including Disney Store, H&M and George at ASDA.

The shows will be be shown on the Disney Family Facebook channel from 12 October, with the week culminating in a full virtual fashion show on 18 October at 7AM on Disney’s social channels.

Abbey – who also has sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 15 months, with her spouse – recently admitted she has “loved” being at home during lockdown with her family, even though she is exhausted and there are times when the children have “driven [her] mad”.

She said: “I’ve really enjoyed the lockdown. It’s such a special thing to pause life and have your husband and your kids with you every single day.

“We’re all so busy running around like headless chickens usually so I’ve been quite grateful for that.

“There’s been times where we’ve been exhausted and the kids are driving us mad but ultimately I’ve loved it.

“My kids are up at quarter to six and by the time they’re all in bed it’s eight so we literally have one hour together before I’m snoring my head off.”



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Stevie Nicks | ‘I broke a big rock ‘n’ roll ceiling’: Stevie Nicks on being inducted twice into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Stevie Nicks says she “broke a big rock ’n’ roll glass ceiling” when she became the only woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice.

The Fleetwood Mac legend was first honoured back in 1998 as part of the ‘Go Your Own Way’ group’, and as a solo artist last year.

During an appearance on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’, Nicks said of making history: “It’s 22 men that are in twice for their solo work and being in a big band and no women.

“Until me. So I feel that I definitely broke a big rock ’n’ roll glass ceiling.”

Elsewhere, the 72-year-old singer spoke about her “pact” with bandmate Christine McVie, 77, to walk out of a party if they were ever disrespected by their male counterparts.

She said: “We made a pact at the very beginning that if we were ever in a room of super famous guitar players that didn’t treat us with the respect that we thought that we deserved, that we would just stand up and say, ‘This party’s over’ and we would walk out.

“We never actually did have to do that so that was a nice surprise. We never had to make a scene.”

Meanwhile, Nicks admitted it’s “blown [her] mind” that Fleetwood Mac’s mega-hit ‘Dreams’ has seen a resurgence in popularity, following Nathan Apodaca’s viral TikTok video of him riding his skateboard while drinking cranberry juice and listening to the song.

She said: “So four decades after ‘Dreams’ and ‘Rumours’ came out, they’re both in the top 10 again.

“This TikTok thing has, kind of, blown my mind. And I’m happy about it because it seems to have made so many people happy.”

Both Nicks and her bandmate Mick Fleetwood put their own spin on the viral video on their own profiles on TikTok, which have both amassed millions of views.



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Lee Morrison | James Bond bosses dowsed an Italian street in $60k worth of Coca-Cola for a stunt

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James Bond bosses spent almost £60,000 spraying Coca-Cola onto an Italian street.

The upcoming film in the franchise, ‘No Time To Die’, opens with a chase sequence in Matera, with a stand-out moment being when the suave spy carries out a 70ft leap onto the Piazza del Duomo on a motorbike.

And stunt coordinator Lee Morrison had a special trick up his sleeve to help rider Paul Edmondson – who was standing in for Daniel Craig – to hit an 8m ramp at 50-60mph in order to to successfully scale the 22 metre wall on his 450cc motocross bike.

Speaking to Total Film magazine, he explained: “It’s a bit of a dark art. You’ve got to hit the back brakes and bring the front end down because the front wheel spins and acts as a gyro. You’re doing it subconsciously. It’s 40 years of riding.”

To gain traction on the smooth stone, Lee found dousing it with the fizzy drink very helpful.

He added: “I’ve been spraying Coca-Cola on slippery surfaces for a very long time. I spent nearly £60,000 spraying Coca-Cola around Matera – Barbara [Broccoli, producer] looked at me as if I’m crazy. And it makes things look very clean after it washes off.”

And the wardrobe bill was also likely to have caused huge costs on the theme because every time Bond is seen wearing a designer suit from Tom Ford, the fashion house have had to produce more than 30 replicas to fulfil the needs of the production.

Costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb explained: “A lot of people are aware of the multiples thing. But some people aren’t aware that one suit on Bond has 33 versions, spread across Daniel’s stunt double, driving double, a VFX version of it, and then multiple stages of action distress.

“Tom Ford has done it so many times before they don’t even had an eyelid when you ask for tens of these one-off tuxedos that aren’t available anywhere else in the world.”



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Noel Gallagher | Noel Gallagher: I want John Squire on my next album

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Noel Gallagher wants Stone Roses guitarist John Squire to play on his new album.

The former Oasis rocker is working on a new album with his High Flying Birds band, and has said he would love for John to make a guest appearance on the record, although he noted the musician can be “a bit aloof”.

Speaking about John, Noel said: “He’s a great artist, so he’ll be selling art if he’s got any sense. He’s a great guitarist, I’m always threatening to get him to play on one of my records, but I never get round to asking him. I will do. He’s a bit aloof. He used to work for an animation studio before he was in The Stone Roses. There was a kids TV programme, like a puppet thing, kind of like Trumpton, he worked in the studio that made that. He was an animator and model maker. He did all The Stone Roses art work.”

Noel, 53, is hard at work on his new material, and says he’s written a song that would be perfect as the soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino film.

He added: “I’ve got a song that I recently wrote that sounds f****** great, it sounds like a spaghetti western, and it would be great in a Quentin Tarantino film, it’s brilliant, but the verses are really low and the chorus is really high.”

And the ‘Black Star Dancing’ hitmaker teased his new album will be “more raw” that his previous solo studio ventures.

Speaking on Matt Morgan’s podcast, he said: “I’m doing this album on my own. I just tend to record the best songs, but as I’m not in a period of writing in the studio – I did all that with David [Holmes] and on ‘Black Star Dancing’ and ‘Blue Moon Rising’, just making it up – I’ve got a lot of songs written that we written before David got involved, he didn’t want any full songs.

“I’ve got a feeling that it will be very heavily guitar based. They’ll be pop songs but they’ll be a bit edgy. Like, ‘Chasing Yesterday’ is a guitar album, but they’re cleanish guitar sounds, they’re quite considered, this will be more raw I think. Now I’ve got my studio they’ll be more time to dig into it.”



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