What the White House cluster reveals about virus’ spread

It wasn’t long after President Donald Trump and other Republicans were diagnosed with the coronavirus that people detected a common thread: All of them had been at the White House on Sept. 26.



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Numerous people who attended the event to announce the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court are known to have caught the virus. Others close to people who tested positive at the event have since also caught the virus, some of whom initially tested negative for several days after the gathering.

The emerging White House cluster is the kind of incident that infectious disease experts are focusing on as a crucial way to understand how the coronavirus spreads. They’re known as “superspreader” events.

“What gives rise to transmission is based on multiple factors, and you get the best and biggest superspreading events when all the stars align in the wrong way,” said Jamie Lloyd-Smith, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UCLA.

As the pandemic has evolved, infectious disease experts have zeroed in on so-called superspreaders who are thought to play a major and disproportionate role in transmitting the virus.

Although pieces of the puzzle are still missing, understanding those broader patterns of transmission will help scientists pinpoint not only how the virus spreads, but also what public health strategies will be most effective to curb runaway outbreaks.

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There is no official definition for superspreader events, but they are characterized by incidents that result in a large cluster of infections. In March, a Biogen corporate meeting in Boston is thought to have been linked to 20,000 Covid-19 cases, according to a study published to the preprint server medRxiv that has yet to be peer-reviewed. In Michigan, a cluster of more than 180 cases in June was traced to a restaurant and bar in East Lansing. And an indoor wedding in Maine in August is thought to have resulted in at least 176 coronavirus cases and seven deaths.

Those episodes and others suggest that although any infected person can spread the virus, there are circumstances in which transmissions can spiral out of control.

One major factor is the setting. The virus can be spread through airborne transmission, which means it can linger in tiny droplets in the air. That makes certain environments particularly risky, Lloyd-Smith said.

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“A perfect storm is someone who is shedding a lot of virus in a space where they are able to share that virus effectively, so an indoor space without much ventilation with a lot of other people — and particularly if those people are inconsistent with practices like wearing masks,” he said.

But there’s also a lot of individual variation, and it’s not clear whether any infected person — given the right environmental factors — could become a superspreader.

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The Block 2020 recap: Kitchen reveals

The Block judges were on a high this week, praising all five teams for some phenomenal kitchen design. Did I drink the Kool Aid? No. Were there some issues to discuss? Most definitely. Install some under-bench power points and let’s get into it.

DANIEL AND JADE CAME FIRST

Daniel and Jade scraped into first place this week with the help of the gnome, delivering a kitchen that featured a curved island with fluted joinery. The estate agent claimed the island looked like a penis, to which I say: Please see a GP immediately if yours resembles this.

Outside of that creepy moment, I’ve gotta say I’m not as smitten with the island as much as the judges were. The thin profile of the countertop stone looks cheap, and if you stood inside the kitchen, where the joinery is not present, everything reads as the same colour.

Sliding windows near the cooktop seems like an odd (and dangerous) choice, as is the oven placement in what will be a high-traffic walkway. Overall this kitchen reminds me of a 1997 Shania Twain: That Don’t Impress Me Much.

HARRY AND TASH CAME JOINT SECOND

Harry and Tash unveiled a luxurious kitchen, don’t get me wrong. It feels far more impressive and high-end than Daniel and Jade’s, so I don’t take that away from them. But it’s minimal. Borderline too minimal. Something about it also reads as a kitchen in a corporate office. I feel like my boss is going to walk in at any moment and tell me to have the Mackenzie file on their desk by COB.

Where are some wow-factor pendant lights? Where is the focal point in this space? Like anyone after eating Lean Cuisine, I’m hungry for something else.

The flooring and cabinetry is too close in colour, and it has resulted in a really warm-feeling zone. The strip lighting only added additional heat. Someone pass me a frozen Coke and some SPF sunscreen. Overall it’s nice, but missing something special.

JIMMY AND TAM CAME JOINT SECOND

Jimmy and Tam showed restraint in their kitchen design this week. After seeing their bathrooms I was worried about where they’d go with the hub of the home, but it’s actually not bad.

The green cabinets have to go though. It’s yet another room with an off-putting colour. We have turquoise, hot pink, peach and now mint green. Sure, hallways don’t sell houses, but neither do mushy pea cabinets. And pairing them with gold handles is a crime worthy of its own six-part Netflix documentary.

The space felt light and bright, spacious and contemporary. They just need to calm down the colour and think more about the market they’re selling in. And remove those cat-bum stools. The puckering is seriously disturbing.

SARAH AND GEORGE LANDED JOINT THIRD

Sarah and George’s kitchen deserved the win this week. The island alone is giving me a serious case of objectophilia. I would have done more than hug it except I don’t like to touch anything

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Coles Kitchen Census data reveals why we love mum’s meals

Few things are better than mum’s home cooking and the kitchen is a place where traditions and family connections can be passed from one generation to the next.

And new Coles Kitchen Census data has found that traditional Aussie food values are just as relevant today as they were 100 years ago.

Mum’s recipes are still our favourites, with 42 per cent of the 5500 Coles customers polled saying childhood memories of food play an important role in how they cook today, while 50 per cent say it’s family members or close friends.

“Our research shows Australians cherish sharing a meal with friends and family and they want to support Aussie farmers, food producers and their local community,” Coles chief marketing officer Lisa Ronson said.

Tarni Witts cooks by taste and tradition, just like her mother and grandmother.

She uses treasured recipes from her childhood, including tuna casserole once served after cold nights of netball training and a crustless quiche by her mum Denise that was impossible to resist.

“Only she can get the eggs as fluffy as she does and the base so perfectly brown,” Ms Witts said.

“It’s a simple meal that mum has perfected and now I have customised it with the ingredients that my kids eat.”

Ms Witts said her boys Lohkie, 6, and Hudson, 5, have expressed much interest in the kitchen and will pick up the family recipes soon enough.

“It’s important to teach them the benefits of healthy and delicious home cooked meals,” she said.

“I love knowing that in years to come, my boys will be able to take on active roles as husbands that can cook for their families.”

The launch of the Coles Kitchen Census coincides with the company’s new Value the Australian Way campaign, which will feature a special appearance and music sung by Missy Higgins.

“It’s been a tough year for lots of Aussies and it’s great to see Coles backing great Indigenous Australian talents like Stephen Pigram, who wrote this tune and Yirrŋa Yunupiŋu with whom I dueted on the track,” she said

Celebrity chef and Coles ambassador Curtis Stone is also involved in the campaign.

“It’s wonderful to see that a significant proportion of Aussies value the same approach when shopping and cooking at home, with many of us favouring locally grown, responsibly sourced food,” he said.

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The Block’s Jade Joyce reveals she fell ill and was forced to spend a day in bed during kitchen week

The Block’s Jade Joyce reveals she fell ill and was forced to spend a day in bed during kitchen week

It was another tough week on the work site for The Block’s Jade and Daniel Joyce.

And on Friday, Jade, 34, revealed to 9Now that amid the drama of kitchen week, she was suffering from a food allergy.

The mother-of-three said: ‘You don’t have time to be sick when you’re a mum, and you don’t have time to be sick on The Block, that’s for sure.’

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'You don't have time to be sick that's for sure': The Block's Jade Joyce revealed she was ill and forced to spend a day in bed after suffering from a food allergy during kitchen week

‘You don’t have time to be sick that’s for sure’: The Block’s Jade Joyce revealed she was ill and forced to spend a day in bed after suffering from a food allergy during kitchen week 

She was left with swollen, red hands and feet, itching, vomiting and diarrhoea.   

The Block’s on site nurse confirmed her food allergy symptoms, but Jade said wasn’t sure what food caused her to feel ill.

She was so unwell she spent a day in bed and missed out on an important visit from their real estate agent. 

Symptoms: She told 9Now she wasn't sure what food caused her to feel ill and that she was left with swollen, red hands (pictured) and feet, itching, vomiting and diarrhoea

Symptoms: She told 9Now she wasn’t sure what food caused her to feel ill and that she was left with swollen, red hands (pictured) and feet, itching, vomiting and diarrhoea 

Feeling unwell: She even shared a video diary on Instagram in which she said she was 'tired, sleep deprived and sick' in the caption. Jade added: 'This is not uncommon for me but it did suck spending most of Saturday in bed'

Feeling unwell: She even shared a video diary on Instagram in which she said she was ‘tired, sleep deprived and sick’ in the caption. Jade added: ‘This is not uncommon for me but it did suck spending most of Saturday in bed’

She even shared a video diary on Instagram in which she said she was ‘tired, sleep deprived and sick’ in the caption.

‘A food allergy this week caused vomiting, diarrhoea, swollen red hands and feet and itching all over!

‘This is not uncommon for me but it did suck spending most of Saturday in bed,’ she added.

Despite feeling unwell, Jade was optimistic about her circumstances during kitchen week. 

Health first: After the experience, she said: 'Anaphylaxis and allergies — that sort of stuff is quite serious, you do have to be careful and mindful of it'. Pictured is Jade with her husband Daniel

Health first: After the experience, she said: ‘Anaphylaxis and allergies — that sort of stuff is quite serious, you do have to be careful and mindful of it’. Pictured is Jade with her husband Daniel

She told 9Now: ‘I suppose I probably picked the best week to be sick to be honest, because it was kitchen week, so Kinsman were in there a lot of the time putting in the kitchen [cabinetry], and we had Christian Cole who delivered his island bench.’

After the experience, she said: ‘Anaphylaxis and allergies — that sort of stuff is quite serious, you do have to be careful and mindful of it.’

This week, Jade and her husband Daniel had a handcrafted island bench by Christian Cole installed in their kitchen as the ‘game changing’ idea for their house.

The Block continues on Sunday from 7pm on Channel Nine 

Big week: This week, Jade and her husband Daniel had a handcrafted island bench by Christian Cole installed in their kitchen as the 'game changing' idea for their house. Pictured is Daniel (right) with one of their workers

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Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas reveals stunning home kitchen with new husband


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Cressida Bonas has shared a first look inside the kitchen at the home she shares with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley.

She took to Instagram with a photo in the space as she joined author Pippa Grange for a video call on her latest book, How To Win At Life Without Losing Yourself.

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It showed cream glossy cupboards behind Cressida, as well as two silver stainless steel ovens built into the cupboard units. The walls are white, and a painting hanging in a black and white frame is just about visible alongside the cupboards.

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Cressida Bonas shared a look at her kitchen

Cressida has shared several glimpses inside of her home in London since the coronavirus pandemic began and she has been spending more time indoors.

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In September, she showed her support for another author, Matt Haig, with a snap taken in her living room.

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Cressida’s living room

It has a grey and white design and is furnished with a grey sofa and white cushions with cotton covers.

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Cressida’s home office

When she worked from home during lockdown in June, meanwhile, she offered a look at her home office, revealing cream walls and wooden floors. She has a large wooden desk where she keeps her computer, a printer and a desk lamp, and at one side of the desk there are two bookshelves. Cressida’s desk is positioned in front of the window, with views overlooking her garden.

Cressida was in a relationship with Prince Harry from 2012 to 2014, but married London property developer Harry Wentworth-Stanley in a secret ceremony in July 2020. Harry proposed to Cressida in August 2019, but the couple were forced to postpone their nuptials amid the COVID-19 crisis. The couple met while studying at Leeds University, and moved in together when they returned to London after their studies. 

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Upstairs bedroom and bathroom reveals

Upstairs bedrooms and bathrooms were unveiled on The Block this week, and while one team deserved first place, the remaining rankings were harder to digest than full cream milk.

Let’s process some of the major issues …

LUKE AND JASMIN CAME FIRST

Luke and Jasmin’s bedroom is the most clucky-inducing space I’ve ever encountered. It’s the sort of room that’d convince the Octomom to have another eight kids.

The wallpaper is everything. The lights are everything. And that hanging chair is everything. There’s nothing to fault here.

The bathroom is equally delicious and speaks perfectly to the style of the other ensuites in this home. Luke and Jasmin have a consistent design scheme rolling out across the property that’ll see them win come auction day. Sadly the same can’t be said for the team that came second.

JIMMY AND TAM CAME JOINT SECOND

While Jimmy and Tam delivered a bedroom that was better than some of their others, it was filled with too much joinery.

The bench seat in particular, cutting across the window, looks odd. The top of it is so thin that I’d need to go on Michelle Bridges’ 12 Week Body Challenge just to be sure it’d hold me. Overall it’s a room that feels a bit busy.

The bathroom walls are, in no uncertain terms, completely diabolical. I believe it’s a new paint colour called ‘Last at Auction’. Like most of the Bachelor in Paradise cast, it’s too loud and completely off-putting.

The advice from Shaynna around turning off potential buyers with divisive design is about five weeks too late. The large floor and wall tiles in the bathroom were rather beautiful though.

SARAH AND GEORGE CAME JOINT SECOND

While the colour palette, wallpaper and bed styling in Sarah and George’s bedroom are all successful, the space as a whole is a little undercooked. If the bed, bedsides and table lamps were larger and evoked some grandeur it would have felt more resolved.

The TV placement is the other element that struck me as odd. You’d need neck-spinning skills like the little girl in The Exorcist just to watch it from bed.

The bathroom on the other hand is a multiple design-gasm. Pass me a cigarette! The quilted tiles are a gift from the design gods and the vanity is absolutely sublime. The only thing at fault here, as The Blaze accurately pointed out, is the placement of the shower hardware; the mixer and shower head are in different postcodes.

DANIEL AND JADE SCORED FOURTH PLACE

Daniel and Jade delivered two bedrooms this week, and while each is fine (albeit a bedside table short in both) neither really feels very magical. The bedrooms also don’t work alongside the rest of the rooms they’ve executed so far.

Every space in this house is a different colour palette and style. There’s no overarching design scheme throughout, and that’s a fail.

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Cleaner reveals the secrets to a gleaming bathroom and shower



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An Australian professional cleaner and company director has shared her industry secrets to transforming a grubby shower screen and bathroom to make it look sparkling new.

Kacie, from Melbourne, shared videos on TikTok revealing she uses budget laundry products at home and while working.

The insightful cleaning videos have since gone viral, with one video receiving more than 299,000 views.

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Kacie, from Melbourne, shared videos on TikTok revealing she uses budget laundry products at home and while working

What are some of Kacie’s top cleaning secrets?  

* Use a non-scratch sponge with Gumption or Bar Keepers Friend to clean soap scum from a shower screen with ease 

* Always use a squeegee to remove water and then ‘polish’ or dry the glass with a microfibre cloth for sparkling results 

* For sparkling windows use the $37 Sabco window cleaning kit from Bunnings that comes with a 12.5 litre bucket with a lid and handle. Pair it with a microfibre window washer, stainless steel squeegee and a microfibre cloth for the perfect finish 

* Dishwashing liquid and water works very well to clean windows 

* The #1 Kmart product for cleaning is the 2 piece pack of microfibre glass cleaning cloths – they are hidden in the car section

‘If your shower screens have hard water stains or built up soap scum, I would use a non-scratch sponge with either Gumption (which is a paste) or Bar Keepers Friend (which is a powder),’ she said in the video

‘Both of those scrub onto the screen and wash off – as long as the glass isn’t etched, it should come up pretty good.’

Gumption is priced at $5.40 and Bar Keepers Friend costs $8, with both available at Woolworths supermarkets. 

Kacie also uses these products to clean other areas in the bathroom, such as the sink and bathtub, as they work exceptionally well.  

After applying and washing the products off with water, Kacie recommends using a squeegee to remove water and then ‘polish’ or dry the glass with a microfibre cloth.

Depending on how dirty the shower screen is, dishwashing liquid and a microfibre cloth also works well. 

Kacie said cleaning the shower or bathroom doesn’t need to be a complicated process, as it’s quite simple if the correct products are used. 



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Gardening expert reveals his top tips on growing veg at home

Gardening is an easy and enjoyable pastime that you can do alone or with members of your household, and growing your own fruits and vegetables also lets you avoid those busy supermarkets at the same time. 

Instead of sitting in front of the TV, why not get out in the fresh air, learn a new skill and improve your mental and physical health, all while growing food for your friends or family!

YouTuber Tony Smith recently shared some of his green fingered wisdom with Yahoo UK, telling us everything we need to know on how to get started in the garden.  

Tony Smith’s YouTube channel teaches you all the gardening hacks you need to get growing.

Tony covered a range of topics including how to plant potatoes in a no-dig garden, grow black tomatoes, and why something as simple as a piece of copper can keep those pesky slugs from devouring your cabbages. 

Tony says: “We are living in really strange times, this pandemic has affected us all in so many different ways and gardening has seen a resurgence.”

“There are a lot of people who can’t go to work but can get in their gardens, they can put food on the table when it’s scarce because of COVID.” 

“Planting food from seeds to put on your plate, there’s nothing better than that.”

Tony shows us around his breathtaking allotment in the North East of England by the coast, and explains how following a few simple steps can help you get the garden of your dreams. 

He explains how five years ago he started making videos to show his mother how things were getting along in the allotment. 

His mother is too old to work in the garden so he wanted to make sure she was up to date on its progress, and turns out so did his viewers, thus his YouTube channel was born. 

Each episode focuses on a different kind of growing in the allotment, using no-dig raised beds, a polytunnel and protecting your plants from weeds and insects. 

Tony says: “It makes you feel a lot better than when you came. You leave feeling like you’ve achieved something. All the pressures, the worries of the day are just lifted.”

As if Tony wasn’t giving us enough garden envy, he gives us a guided tour of his three bee hives.

Bees are a massively important part of a garden’s ecosystem, they naturally pollinate your flowers and vegetable plants, and best of all they produce delicious honey – another reason not to go to crowded supermarkets. 

Tony explains how to grow potatoes in a no-dig garden using plastic tubs of compost topped with a bit of straw to prevent weeds getting in. 

He says: “There’s nothing better than coming up to a greenhouse or polytunnel or a garden and cutting vegetables that you can take home and say you grew that. It’s just a fantastic feeling.”

Tony built raised beds in his allotment himself.

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson reveals he ripped the front gate off his house to get to work on time

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson proved his muscles aren’t just for show by ripping the front gate off his own house so that he could get to work on time.

The 48-year-old actor and fitness enthusiast shared a photo of his front gate laying in the grass near his home on Friday with a lengthy caption explaining that a power outage forced him to take matters into his own hands, literally, so that he could get back to work on the movie “Red Notice.”

“Not my finest hour, but a man’s gotta go to work. We experienced a power outage due to severe storms, causing my front gate not to open,” he wrote. “I tried to override the hydraulic system to open the gates, which usually works when power goes out – but this time it wouldn’t.”

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Johnson explained that the earliest estimate he could get for a technician to come and help was about 45 minutes.

“By this time, I know I have hundreds of production crew members waiting for me to come to work so we can start our day,” he continued. “So I did what I had to do. I pushed, pulled and ripped the gate completely off myself. Tore it out of the brick wall, severed the steel hydraulics and threw it on the grass.”

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson ripped the gate off his own house.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson ripped the gate off his own house.
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The “Jumanji” star noted that his security team waited until technicians arrived and replaced the gate. In a follow-up post, he shared a pair of videos showing the repairs being done as well as the damage the massive celebrity did on his own gate.

“Maybe next time I’ll just hop the gates and call an Uber. Actually, no I won’t. There’s no fun in that,” he joked in the caption.

“Just one of those days where I wasn’t in the mood,” he concluded. “We’ve all been there.”

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The actor was anxious to get back to work on his movie “Red Notice” alongside Ryan Reynolds. The film’s production was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but resumed production earlier this month.

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Former My Kitchen Rules star Ash Pollard shows off her bump and reveals her first child is overdue

‘Baby is late!’ Former My Kitchen Rules star Ash Pollard shows off her bump in fitted grey dress and reveals her first child is already overdue

Ash Pollard is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. 

In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue – joking that her baby has ‘bad habits’ and is tardy like their mother.

In an Instagram post shared on Saturday, the former My Kitchen Rules star shared a selfie in which she flaunted her baby bump. 

Hurry up! Ash Pollard (pictured) is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue. She shared the above selfie on Saturday and joked that her baby is tardy like their mother

Hurry up! Ash Pollard (pictured) is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue. She shared the above selfie on Saturday and joked that her baby is tardy like their mother 

Wearing a skin-tight grey dress with laced detailing at the bust, Ash looked unimpressed, clearly impatient to meet her little one. 

She wrote in the caption: ‘Y’all I’m still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!’ 

Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven’s All New Monty: Guys and Gals.

The former My Kitchen Rules star wrote in the caption: 'Y'all I'm still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!'

The former My Kitchen Rules star wrote in the caption: ‘Y’all I’m still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!’

Excited: Ash announced that she was expecting her first child with Peter (pictured) on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March

Excited: Ash announced that she was expecting her first child with Peter (pictured) on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March 

She told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can’t even tell you.’ 

In between rehearsals for the strip show and early starts on Sea FM, the radio host thought she was just exhausted. 

‘I get up for breakfast radio every morning and was absolutely burning the candle at both ends, so I just thought it was that,’ Ash said. 

Some timing! Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven's All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Some timing! Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven’s All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Instead of pulling out of the show, Ash soldiered on, saying: ‘I just thought, ‘whatever, this is a great experience. Whatever is happening to you now is not that debilitating, just work through it’, which I did.’  

Ash announced tat she was expecting her first child with Peter on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March. 

The chef and former cooking show star has been dating the builder since 2017.  

She told The Daily Telegraph: 'I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can't even tell you'

She told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can’t even tell you’

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