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Celebrities: Kylie Jenner changes the name of her son

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Kylie JennerThe 24-year-old American reality actress has caused confusion with a post about her son’s name. “FYI, our son’s name is no longer Wolf,” the businessman wrote in an Instagram story. “We just didn’t feel like that was really him. I just wanted to share that with you guys because I still read Wolf everywhere.” He did not say what she and her boyfriend, American rapper Travis Scott, 30, want to name her son. Jenner announced the boy’s birth on Instagram in early February. He gave February 2 as her date of birth. Just over a week later, she announced the name “Wolf Webster” for her son.

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Sandra Bullock57, German-American actress and her colleague channing tatum, 41, American actor, once met in the office of one of his daughters’ preschool directors. “We were called there because Everly and Laila were trying to stab each other and we prayed the harm was to each other’s child,” Bullock said in a joint interview with the New York Times. The first time they met was at Bullock’s birthday party, where Tatum was an appendage. “I think that was my first week in Hollywood,” Tatum said. “You were the first celebrity I met.” Meanwhile, daughters Laila, 10, and Everly, 8, became friends while their parents were filming “The Lost City” in the Dominican Republic.

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Prince Andrew, 62, British duke, apparently wants to appear in public again. Andrew, who has recently been in isolation over abuse allegations, is reportedly planning to attend a memorial service for his father, Prince Philip, who died last year, on March 29 at Westminster Abbey. This was reported by the PA news agency, citing unnamed sources. It would be Andrew’s first public appearance since a multimillion-dollar settlement with plaintiff Virginia Giuffre in mid-February. The American had accused him of sexually abusing her several times when he was 17 years old.

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orhan pamuk, 69, Turkish writer, feels guilty about the corona pandemic. The feeling arose while he was writing his new book “The Nights of the Plague” when Corona suddenly broke out. “It seemed to me that the pandemic came because I wrote this novel,” the Nobel laureate for literature said at the Lit.Cologne literature festival in Cologne. Friends who had warned him before that no one would want to read a book about something as old as the plague had now told him that he was in luck, his book would sell much better now. He then convinced himself that if he finished the book quickly now, Corona might disappear. “But that didn’t happen.” He has now been vaccinated five times, twice with a Turkish vaccine and three times with Biontech.


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