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All talk, no action. Ive been with my partner for a year and a half. We used to work together in our hometown. We used to mess around and stuff. We didnt see each other for four years or so, then we reconnected after wed both broken up with other people. We decided to give the other a pity date. Is your partner a guy or a girl? Guy. Would you say youre straight or bisexual? Its not fair to say Im bisexual because Ive never been in love with a woman, but Ive certainly been attracted to women. You did Playboy last year, but you didnt show your nibblies, did you? No, I did! I have nothing shameful to hide. Id done nude shoots and things like that.

We have compiled the best post-maternity fashion and style tips: Warm welcome to motherhood, All the new mothers! As might have figured out by now that it took nine months to gain the weight and it’s going to take at least nine months to lose it. New mothers, try these tips for flaunting a flawless figure during this in-between phase. Many of maternity dresses ease the transition back to your pre-baby body. 1. Recycle and reuse This is the perfect time to reuse dresses from first trimester of pregnancy, the size is just right for the post-pregnancy transition. Tops with an empire waist and side ruching are both flattering and nursing friendly. 2. Boldly Slim in the black Get the slimming effect of black clothes. Have nothing to wear for summer parties? Stick with a go-to LBD. The V-neckline is super flattering and the pleats help camouflage a tummy. Wear it with embellished flat sandals and a wide-brimmed hat for day and with espadrilles and colourful accessories for evening. 3.

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(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leave the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital with their newborn son on July 23, 2013 in London, England. The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday gave birth to a boy at 16.24 BST and weighing 8lb 6oz, with Prince William at her side. The baby, as yet unnamed, is third in line to the throne and becomes the Prince of Cambridge. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, depart The Lindo Wing with their newborn son at St Mary’s Hospital on July 23, 2013 in London, England. The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday gave birth to a boy at 16.24 BST and weighing 8lb 6oz, with Prince William at her side. The baby, as yet unnamed, is third in line to the throne and becomes the Prince of Cambridge. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images) The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leave the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital with their newborn son on July 23, 2013 in London, England. The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday gave birth to a boy at 16.24 BST and weighing 8lb 6oz, with Prince William at her side. The baby, as yet unnamed, is third in line to the throne and becomes the Prince of Cambridge. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, depart The Lindo Wing with their newborn son at St Mary’s Hospital on July 23, 2013 in London, England. The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday gave birth to a boy at 16.24 BST and weighing 8lb 6oz, with Prince William at her side. The baby, as yet unnamed, is third in line to the throne and becomes the Prince of Cambridge. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images) The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Leave The Lindo Wing With Their Newborn Son LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, depart The Lindo Wing with their newborn son at St Mary’s Hospital on July 23, 2013 in London, England. The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday gave birth to a boy at 16.24 BST and weighing 8lb 6oz, with Prince William at her side. The baby, as yet unnamed, is third in line to the throne and becomes the Prince of Cambridge.

Duchess Kate Middleton Turns to Lansinoh Laboratories’ Disposable Nursing Pads for Common Breastfeeding Concern

Markets closed Duchess Kate Middleton Turns to Lansinoh Laboratories’ Disposable Nursing Pads for Common Breastfeeding Concern #1 Nursing Pad Alleviates Discomfort and Embarrassment of Leaking Breastmilk Thu, Sep 12, 2013 12:19 PM EDT Print Related Content ALEXANDRIA, VA–(Marketwired – September 12, 2013) – When Duchess Kate Middleton was photographed grocery shopping on her first outing post-baby, public attention focused on her svelte physique and her casual, fashionable attire. However, for Lansinoh Laboratories , the market leader in breastfeeding accessories, the sighting of its signature purple box in the royal cart confirmed two important facts: the Duchess is breastfeeding, and she is using Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads ! Recently, Lansinoh celebrated the sale of its 4 billionth Disposable Nursing Pad — evidence that the Duchess is not alone in her affection for the breastfeeding accessory. “Whenever a public figure breastfeeds, we do a little happy dance,” said Gina Cicatelli Ciagne, certified lactation counselor, contributor to The Huffington Post and senior director of healthcare and media relations for Lansinoh. “As an international role model, Duchess Kate Middleton is helping to raise awareness of breastfeeding’s massive health benefits and her purchase of Lansinoh’s Disposable Nursing Pads shows that even the mother of a future King must resolve the real-life challenges of leaking breastmilk.” Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads are the #1 nursing pads in the U.S., and the company is credited with pioneering the leak-proof technology that defines the market today. The pads feature a super absorbent polymer that draws in moisture and locks it away for a waterproof barrier between the pad and mom’s skin. Earlier in 2013, the company unveiled a quilted “honeycomb” lining, featuring enhanced moisture-lock protection to keep clothing and skin dry. Just as important to moms on the go, Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads maintain their form and soft, smooth shape even with the heaviest flow, assuring complete protection with none of the bulk. “It’s very uplifting to know that Duchess Kate Middleton turns to Lansinoh for comfort and peace of mind amid the flurry of public events where she is avidly photographed and watched,” continued Ciagne. “The message it sends to moms is clear — whether you’re appearing at an international news event, heading to work or pushing swings at the playground, there’s no reason for breastmilk leaking to get in the way of everyday life.” Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads are available in 36-count, 60-count and 100-count packages at the suggested retail prices of $5.50, $8.85 and $13.25, respectively. The products are sold at Wal-Mart, Target, Babies R Us, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Diapers.com, Drugstore.com and Amazon.com, among others. ABOUT LANSINOH LABORATORIES INC. Founded by a breastfeeding mom, Lansinoh has been committed for nearly 30 years to helping moms succeed in breastfeeding.