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Prince Harry and Meghan welcome baby girl ‘Lili’

 - Celebrities - Jun 7 SHARE ON:

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have welcomed a baby girl, Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. The new family member’s name is a tribute to both Queen Elizabeth II, Lili’s great-grandmother, and the late Princess Diana.

The Queen had been nicknamed Lilibet by close family members, most notably the late Duke of Edinburgh. Lili was allegedly born on Friday June 5 in California, with the newborn being the couple’s second child.

The couple stated that both mother and baby are doing well, adding that they are settling in at home. Their first child, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, was born in May 2019. There are no photographs of the newborn just yet as they are still settling in, but the couple have expressed their joy in welcoming Lili into their lives.

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Could Malta’s football star Haley Bugeja be signing with Juventus?

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Could Malta's football star Haley Bugeja be signing with Juventus?

Malta’s very own football wonderkid Haley Bugeja continues making groundbreaking strides in the international football scene after a contract for Bugeja between Sassuolo and Juventus is reportedly in its advanced stages.

Italian media have stated that Juventus Women are interested in signing Bugeja, who was recently voted as the best young player in Italy’s Serie A Femminile who is also being eyed by a number of top Italian clubs.

17-year-old Bugeja finished her season with Sassuolo as the club’s top goalscorer and fifth overall scorer in the Serie A and even becoming the first Maltese woman to score a hat-trick during an international game with Malta’s national team.

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MTA issues permit to Paradise Exiles for seating on Exiles Bay

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MTA issues permit to Paradise Exiles for seating on Exiles Bay

The Malta Tourism Authority  (MTA) has reportedly issued a permit which allows establishment Paradise Exiles to set up tables and chairs on Exiles Bay in Sliema.

When speaking to The Malta Independent’s Shona Berger, an MTA official confirmed that seating on the beach has been granted until end of June 2021 in light of the recent COVID-19 measures in place for bars and restaurants, generating a considerable amount of controversy due to the use of public space.

When questioned, Sliema Local Council Anthony Attard told The Malta Independent that these kinds of permits are not issued by the Sliema Council but by the Malta Tourism Authority.

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15-year-old Maltese swimmer Sasha Gatt breaks national record

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15-year-old Maltese swimmer Sasha Gatt breaks national record

15-year-old local swimming prodigy Sasha Gatt has made waves both figuratively and literally as she broke her own national record in a 400m freestyle event at Malta’s Olympic Qualifying meet at Tal-Qroqq.

The two-day event saw Gatt’s own national record set for the first time back in February where she registered a time of 4:23:33, going on to set the new record at 4:18:58.

The swimmer said she was ‘over the moon’ with her performance and improvement and went on to thank her coach Catalin Stan for the support and training.

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