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Love Island's Yewande says Curtis is the 'biggest game player'

Yewande thinks Curtis is playing a game.

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Yewande Biala believes Curtis Pritchard has been playing a game after he was dumped by Amy on last night's show.

Axed Love Island contestant Yewande has spoken out after Curtis Pritchard sensationally revealed he had been 'lying' to Amy 'from the start' about his true feelings.

When host Susanna Reid asked if people genuinely enter the show to find love, Yewande replied: "I think some people are really genuine and some people have a game plan."

Curtis, who is the younger brother of Strictly Come Dancing's AJ Pritchard, had been a favourite to win the show after coupling up with contestant Amy in week one.

The pair appeared to be the strongest couple in the villa, with Curtis even calling her his 'half-girlfriend', but his head was turned after meeting newcomer Jourdan Riane while Amy was over at villa Casa Amor.

Sarah Payne's mum discusses her 'regrets' 20 years after daughter's murder

The mother of Sarah Payne tells of her regret nearly 20 years after she was murdered.

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The mother of Sarah Payne has spoken to Good Morning Britain about life after losing her daughter.

Sara Payne says she 'regrets' raising her daughter with 'fairytales' after her daughter Sarah was murdered nearly 20 years ago.

Sarah was eight-years-old when she was taken by Roy Whiting, who snatched her while she was walking home. He was jailed for life for her murder in July 2000.

During an emotional interview with Good Morning Britain, her mother Sara said: “The way I chose to bring my children up was with magic and softness and fairytales."

“What they had was this massive smash of reality and it made me regret doing that.”

On discussing the day the kids had their first taste of freedom, Sara added: “They had their freedom for the first time.

“They would have had no idea that a convicted paedophile was in the area.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan 'will hold private christening' for Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will hold a private ceremony in Windsor.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced a date for their first born's christening.

Prince Harry and Meghan will attend a private ceremony for their son Archie's christening.

The service will be held at the private chapel at Windsor Castle and is understood to be a "very small gathering", a royal source told ITV news.

Parents of London Bridge attack victim, 21, say bike ride will help their grief

The parents of London Bridge attack victim Sara Zalenak have said their 350km bike ride from London to France has helped them with their grief.

Julie and Mark Wallace have been making their way to Paris for their annual Meet you in Paris bike ride which sees... travel by bicycle to the French capital to raise money for Sarz Sanctuary.

The not-for-profit organization was set up in Sara's memory and provides support to those suffering from traumatic grief as a result of sudden or violent death.

Speaking to Good Morning Britain the couple said: "Well for us, it heals us, to be able to do this journey.

"I feel Sara in my heart every day, she's in my heart and she's guiding us, and when the hills are too high and I feel like stopping, she says 'Come on mum, keep going you can do it, keep going', she's pushing us along. She wants unconditional love, she wants Sarz charity to help people who have suffered shock sudden death and we need to raise funds and we need to raise awareness."