Billy and Charlie Swift, 19 and 17, walked for Vin + Omi at London Fashion Week
Property presenter Sarah Beeny’s teenage sons caused a stir on the catwalk this week, taking part in a sustainable fashion show and even getting the stamp of approval from King Charles.
Billy, 19, and Charlie, 17, sported outrageous outfits and quirky mohawks at London’s One Hundred Hotel in Shoreditch, where design duo Vin + Omi launched their Omnia collection in collaboration with Monarch.
As they caused a stir in the crowd with their outlandish attire, they made one onlooker incredibly proud – their mother
Robert Irwin, 19, caused a stir with female fans this week when he posted photos of himself online.
The wildlife warrior, who is currently dating Heath Ledger’s niece Rory Bucky, showed off his muscular physique as he walked the beach in a wetsuit with a surfboard tucked under his arm.
Many of Robert’s fans said they wanted to “marry” the teen.
‘I’ll always have a crush on this man,’ one enthusiastic fan wrote.
‘More proof I need to marry an Australian,’ another added.
‘One thing is for sure, his awesome dad is smiling big as the sky from heaven, bursting with pride over his legacy, his incredible family, wife and kids… He sure was a lucky man. The family is just incredibly amazing. Good people.’
Despite Robert’s strong female following, the star’s relationship with Rory continued to grow.
The couple made their red carpet debut last week at the premiere of “Mission: Impossible” in Sydney.
If you search TikTok for “see you later (ten years),” you’ll find thousands of heartbreaking videos, and the soundtrack to this equally heartbreaking original song. The viral success has taken Raine’s career to the next level, with the single having racked up 95 million streams on Spotify. So what was it like to write a song that resonated with so many people?
“I know it’s cliche, but it means the world,” she replies, “My goal has always been to be a light for people. ‘see you later (ten years)’ has helped people heal in ways I couldn’t imagine. I’m so proud of this song and the growth it’s given me and others.”
What many may not know is that the song was originally written at the request of a fan. At that point, Wren set himself the task of writing a hundred songs and asked people to come up with possible themes. A fan asked for a song about finding the right person at the wrong time…and the rest is history.
Jenna is keen to express her gratitude to everyone who has supported her: “I see my fans as friends. We have grown together, cried together, and laughed together. Growing closer to them is so heart-warming. I wouldn’t be where I am without their love and support.”
Killer doll M3GAN has become the unlikely new darling of the fashion world this week when she models for Marc Jacob’s teen line Heaven.
The star, who became a social media star thanks to her witty lines and sassy dance moves from the hit film, strikes a thoughtful pose as she casts a gothic ensemble for the label.
M3GAN wears a $195 God Help Me hoodie with $595 Margaret boots.
In M3GAN, robotics engineer Gemma (Allison Williams) creates an artificial intelligence prototype called “Model 3 Generative,” or M3GAN, after taking care of her niece Cady, played by Violet McGraw.
The doll was designed to protect Cardi from physical and emotional harm, but things quickly turned darker.
Stars Alison and Violet McGraw will return for the film, along with screenwriter Accra Cooper.
In a scene much parodied in the blockbuster, M3GAN encounters robotics company boss David Lim (Ronny Chieng) in the hallway – as he watches happily, she inexplicably starts dancing before somersaulting and grab a knife.
Amie Donald, 12, who performed the puppets’ stunning dances and other moves in her big-screen debut, also took on “The Lord of the Rings: The Ring of Power” actor Jed Brophy Action Directed by Jed Brophy and Luke Hawker.