Powell hints at further rate rises as US battles inflation

Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, has signalled it may need to make more interest rate rises than expected - REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, has signalled it may need to make more interest rate rises than expected – REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, has signalled it may need to make more interest rate rises than expected in response to surprisingly high employment figures.

Speaking at The Economics Club of Washington DC, a non-profit forum for global business leaders, Mr Powell said: “The reality is that we are going to react to the data. If we continue to get higher jobs reports or higher inflation reports, it may be the case that we have to raise rates more.”

Mr Powell said inflation is unlikely to go away quickly. “The base case for me is that it will take some time. We will have to do more rate increases and then look around to see if we have done enough,” he said.

Last week, Mr Powell said that the disinflationary process had begun its early stages, as inflation began to cool in the goods sector. But the unanticipated strength of the labour market data has raised fears of further inflationary pressures.

American non-farm jobs rocketed by 517,000 in January – 332,000 more than the 185,000 expected and nearly double the number recorded in December.

“We didn’t expect it to be that strong. That shows you why we think this process will take a significant period of time,” Mr Powell said.

“If the data were to continue to come in stronger than expected and we conclude that we need to raise rates more than we previously thought, then we would certainly do that. We would certainly raise rates more,” he added.

Top Putin Ally Says He ‘Will Not Hide’ Intention to Invade Poland Anymore

REUTERS/Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/Kremlin
REUTERS/Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/Kremlin

Ramzan Kadyrov, a key ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has begun rattling off threats about attacking Poland after Ukraine.

Kadyrov, the head of Chechnya, suggested Monday that Russia should “denazify and demilitarize” Poland next.

“What if, after the successful completion of the NMD, Russia begins to denazify and demilitarize the next country? After all, after Ukraine, Poland is on the map! I will not hide that I personally have such an intention,” Kadyrov said on Telegram. “I personally have such an intention, and I have repeatedly stated that the fight against Satanism should continue throughout Europe and, first of all, on the territory of Poland.”

Kadyrov warned Tuesday that the time has come for the West to fall to its knees before Russia, predicting that the so-called “special military operation” in Ukraine, would be over by the end of 2023.

“The special [military] operation will be over before the end of this year. European countries will admit they have been wrong, the West will fall to its knees, and, as usual, European countries will have to cooperate with the Russian Federation in all spheres,” Kadyrov said, according to TASS. “There should not and will never be an alternative to that.”

It isn’t clear that the war will indeed be over by the end of the year. Russia is preparing to mobilize between 300,000 to 500,000 troops for a new offensive in Ukraine, according to a new Ukrainian military intelligence bulletin. U.S. officials have warned that Russia is likely gearing up for a new onslaught as well.

It’s not the first time that Russia or Putin’s cronies have suggested that Poland is on their list of targets in Europe. Belarus, a close Russian ally, has threatened to go after Poland with a “cruel” response over what the country said were “provocations” from Poland. Kadyrov himself threatened Poland on multiple occasions last year.

“After Ukraine, if we’re given the command, in six seconds we’ll show you what we’re capable of,” Kadyrov said of potentially attacking Poland in May of last year.

Tensions have already bubbled up over the prospect of Russia attacking Poland. In November, a stray missile fell into Polish territory near its border with Ukraine and killed two, raising questions about whether Russia had deliberately attacked Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and whether wider war was about to break out. When one member of NATO is attacked, NATO can consider it an attack against all members.

An investigation into that incident revealed it was a Ukrainian air defense missile that had been fired to defend against a Russian attack. But if Russia follows through on threats to expand the war in Ukraine to include other territorial goals, including those in Poland, Moscow could end up ensnaring NATO members and and touch off a wider war.

Polish authorities are concerned that Russia is still eyeing Poland. Marek Magierowski, the Polish ambassador to the U.S., warned just this week that Russia might set its sights on Poland next.

“Russia has always been our neighbor. It is our neighbor and it will remain so. It will not vanish miraculously in the foreseeable future. So we have to prepare,” Magierowski told NPR. “We have to be prepared for any eventuality. Poland might be the next target.”

Warsaw is taking the threat seriously. On Tuesday, the Polish military is conducting anti-aircraft drills in an effort to demonstrate to would-be aggressors that Poland should be considered off-limits, according to Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak.

“We all realize there is a war on our eastern border. But with these exercises, we will show—we will deliberately show—these exercises are to deter an aggressor,” Błaszczak said. “And so we demonstrate the combat readiness of the Polish military.”

The U.S. State Department also just approved a possible sale of High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) launchers and related equipment worth approximately $10 billion to Poland as part of Warsaw’s efforts to modernize its military, according to a Department of Defense notice. Congress was formally notified Tuesday. The sale would include 45 Army Tactical Missile Systems (ATACMS), which can reach far longer ranges than HIMARS—a key sale that the Biden administration has not yet green-lighted for Ukraine.

Later this week, a group of soldiers from the 3rd Warsaw Air Defense Missile Brigade will leave for training in the United States as well, according to Błaszczak. The United States, in turn, leads the enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group in Poland and deploys a rotational Armored Brigade Combat Team there, with approximately 10,000 troops stationed in Poland.

In a recognition that Poland will be dealing with Russian aggression for some time, Poland has also taken steps to build up its military long-term. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawieck announced just weeks ago that Poland will increase defense spending to 4 percent of gross domestic product. And due to the public’s anxiety about the conflict, Poland has been training civilians as soldiers.

Jay-Z Thinks the Grammys “Missed the Moment” with Beyoncé After Album of the Year Snub

Another Grammy ceremony has come and gone and Beyoncé still hasn’t won Album of the Year.

On Sunday night, Harry Styles’s Harry’s House beat out anticipated top contenders including Bey’s Renaissance, Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti, and Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.

In an interview, Beyoncé’s husband, Jay-Z, spoke of how the Recording Academy has, at times, “missed the moment”—and the dismissal of Beyoncé’s momentous seventh studio album seems to be the latest proof.

Speaking with Tidal in a Q&A before the 65th Grammy Awards, Jay-Z—who famously boycotted the awards ceremony in 1999 after late rapper DMX did not receive a nomination—explained why the golden gramophone deserved to go to his wife.

“Look what it’s done to the culture. Look how the energy of the world moved,” he said. “They play her whole album in the club. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen that. The whole entire joint—like, everything?! Every remix is amazing. Everyone’s inspired. It has inspired the world. Every remix is better than the other one.”

He continued, “When it just inspires creativity, that’s an album. That has to be Album of the Year. It has to be.”

While the rapper said that he “hope[s] they just get it right,” he also addressed how the Academy has failed to recognize their achievements in the past.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z at the 2023 Grammys.Kevin Mazur – Getty Images

Regarding the 2018 Grammys, when he was nominated in eight categories but went home with zero awards, he said, “I feel like they missed the moment. I didn’t feel bad for myself, because I know it’s the Grammys: I probably won some joints I shouldn’t have won and I probably lost some joints I should’ve won. That’s the way it goes.”

That same philosophy applies to Beyoncé losing out in the Album of the Year category multiple times in the past.

“It wasn’t about me, it was just like, ‘Oh, I felt like they missed the moment.’ Even with Bey, I felt like they missed the moment. Not just LEMONADE; [also] when Beck won over her [for Album of the Year at the 2015 show]. I was like, ‘Oh, y’all missed it,'” he said.

Regardless, Beyoncé still made history at this year’s Grammys by breaking the record for the most-awarded artist in Grammys history. She took home four new awards, bumping up her total amount of Grammy wins to 32.

While accepting the award for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Beyoncé thanked her family and the queer community, who heavily inspired Renaissance. “I’d like to thank my Uncle Johnny who’s not here, but he’s here in spirit,” she said. “I want to thank the queer community for their love and for inventing this genre.”

Everything to Know About Kim Petras, the First Trans Woman to Win a Grammy for Best Pop Group/Duo Performance

65th Annual Grammy Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, CA, USA - 05 Feb 2023
65th Annual Grammy Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, CA, USA – 05 Feb 2023


Kim Petras has had a stellar year.

Her hit song “Unholy” with Sam Smith has been the background track of every TikTok video, a favorite on radio stations and an indisputable chart-topper.

“Sam’s been a supporter from the start,” Petras told PEOPLE in November. “We just waited for the right moment and the right song to come along, and that really paid off. We knew the song was special from the moment we birthed it.”

At the 65th Grammy Awards, Petras and Smith took home the trophy for best pop duo/group performance, making her the first openly transgender woman to snag the award.

“I just want to thank the incredible transgender legends before me who kicked these doors open so I could be here,” she said in her emotional acceptance speech.

But life for the 30-year-old hitmaker wasn’t always accolades and killer red carpet looks: Petras has been writing songs and grinding to get the recognition she deserves since she landed in the United States at age 19.

Here’s everything to know about the Grammy winner and history maker.

Kim Petras is from Germany

Born and raised in Cologne, Germany, the future pop star began writing songs when she was 13 years old and relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her career in music when she was 19. With no connections or contacts in the music industry, Petras hit the open mic circuit in L.A., sending her songs and scouting for people willing to write with her.

“Moving to a different country by yourself is hard. It’s hard being an immigrant, being in the U.S. illegally in the beginning, going back and forth; just trying to be here was hard,” she told PEOPLE in 2019.

Everything worked out though, as her writing prowess eventually garnered her a publishing deal and she attained a visa to stay and work.

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Kim Petras

Stephane Cardinale – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images Kim Petras

She grew up listening to pop music

Even though Petras grew up in rural Germany, she was heavily influenced by American greats such as MadonnaKylie Minogue and Britney Spears.

“[Pop music]means everything to me,” she told PEOPLE. “When I was a kid, I used to not really have friends in school. I hated going to school — I got bullied pretty bad. I used to run home from school and watch Gwen Stefani music videos, and I felt like I could escape my problems with that.”

And her body of work has been reflective of that. Her debut album, Clarity, featured tracks such as  “Icy,” “Personal Hell” and “Sweet Spot,” which channel the ’90s and early 2000s pop music she so loves.

Petras underwent gender confirmation surgery at 16

Though the age of maturation for gender confirmation surgery in Germany is 18, Petras was able to get special permissions to undergo the procedure at 16 years old.

According to a 2007 article written by German publication Stern, Petras had the full support of both her parents as she was going through the process — which she also mentioned during her Grammy acceptance speech.

Sam Smith and Kim Petras during night one of the iHeartRadio Music Festival
Sam Smith and Kim Petras during night one of the iHeartRadio Music Festival

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‘Unholy’ has made history more than once

Aside from their Grammy win at Sunday’s show, Smith and Petras have also made history in other sectors.

In October 2022, “Unholy” reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Smith the first-ever openly non-binary solo artist and Petras the first openly transgender solo artist to reach the top of the chart since its inception in 1991.

“NUMBER ONEEEE HOT 100! I’m so grateful. Sam I can’t thank you enough for riding with me for years at this point,” Petras wrote in a celebratory Instagram post. “I’m so honored to be a part of your first number one in the US which you should have 500 of at this point. I love you forever angel Sam 💗”

She later revealed that the honor left them both excited and emotional.

“It was a super magical night, and we cried,” Petras told PEOPLE at Heidi Klum‘s 2022 Halloween party. “It was amazing. We spent it together that night, and I’ll never forget it.”

She wants her music to be universal

Though the “If Jesus Was A Rockstar” singer is proud of and vocal about her identity, she has also been clear about not wanting to be boxed in or reduced to her gender.

“I feel like my songs are good because they’re relatable to anybody. I feel like that is a big part of the equality that I want: for people to realize that everybody’s just equal and the same and have the same issues and go through the same things emotionally,” she told PEOPLE.

She continued, “I just want to be taken seriously as an artist — not as a transgender artist. I don’t want my career to be about my gender identity. I’ve written too many songs and worked too hard for that. I love being a voice for transgender rights and fighting for what I think is right and making the world a better place. Maybe the next generations will have it easier than me. I care so much, but at the same time I don’t want it to become about [my gender], because I’m really proud of my music. I work really hard on my music. It has nothing to do with me being transgender.”

Dwayne Johnson shares how he surprised Adele ‘authentically’ at the Grammys

Dwayne Johnson shares how he surprised Adele ‘authentically’ at the Grammys

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has revealed how he managed to genuinely surprise Adele at the Grammys.

During Sunday (5 February) night’s award ceremony, the “Easy on Me” singer was left speechless when host Trevor Noah brought out Johnson, who greeted her with a warm embrace.

“This is one of the strangest things I found out,” Noah said in his opening monologue. “The person that Adele has always wanted to meet, but never has, is Dwayne Johnson… I found out he’s a huge fan of yours, too.”

Speaking with Variety after the ceremony, Johnson shared that “we wanted to do something special for Adele”.

“I know that she is a very big fan of mine and has made that clear publicly many times. But I’ve got to tell you, I am a huge fan of hers, as well – her music, her journey, her openness and directness in how she speaks. I’ve always admired that about her,” the Black Adam actor said.

Once he confirmed his attendance, Grammys executive producer Ben Winston approached Johnson with the idea of surprising the wrestler-turned-movie star’s superfan Adele at the beginning of the show.

Adele and Dwayne Johnson (Getty Images for The Recording A)
Adele and Dwayne Johnson (Getty Images for The Recording A)

“We were trying to figure out something to do that was going to be fun and surprise her, and we had kicked around ideas all week,” Johnson explained.

“The key to a surprise like that is to actually keep it a surprise. Myself and the Grammys went to great lengths to make sure that Adele was authentically surprised in the moment, and she was.

“It was just a great surprise and I was able to chat with her a little bit and her boyfriend, Rich Paul,” he continued.

“And talk about the universe meeting our friendship halfway: I get up onstage and I open that Grammy envelope and it said ‘Adele.’ So that’s why I was able to say, ‘Get up here best friend, Adele!’”

Johnson presented Adele with her award for Best Pop Solo Performance.

“I love that woman. We had a really great time tonight. I think probably the best part about it is she’s just cool – and I had never met her before,” the actor raved.

Find the full list of Grammy winners here, as well as the six biggest highlights of the evening here.

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Kim Petras makes history as first openly trans pop singer to win a Grammy for ‘Unholy’

Nothing unholy about this win: Kim Petras has officially made Grammy Awards history.

With her win of the 2023 Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for her and Sam Smith‘s hit, “Unholy,” Petras became the first openly transgender woman singer to win a Grammy.

“This song has been such an incredible, incredible journey for me,” she said upon accepting the award on Sunday. Petras called out Smith for being a supporter of hers for so long. In fact, Smith wanted Petras to be the only one to speak on stage because of her history-making turn, which earned a standing ovation from the audience and cheers from Smith.

“I just want to thank all the incredible transgender legends performing who kicked these doors open for me so I could be here tonight,” she said. She specifically called out the late singer-songwriter and Petras collaborator, Sophie, who died two years ago. “[Sophie] told me this would happen, and always believed in me. Thank you so much for your inspiration, Sophie. I adore you.”

Kim Petras and Sam Smith accept the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award for “Unholy” onstage during the 65th GRAMMY Awards at Crypto.com Arena on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
Kim Petras and Sam Smith accept the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award for “Unholy” onstage during the 65th GRAMMY Awards at Crypto.com Arena on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Kevin Winter/Getty Images Kim Petras and Sam Smith won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 2023 Grammys.

Petras also called out LGBTQ icon and queen of pop Madonna in her speech on Sunday. “Madonna for fighting for LGBTQ rights, thank you so much, I don’t think I could be here without Madonna,” she said. Later in the night, Madonna introduced the duo for their fiery performance of “Unholy.”

In another touching moment, Petras, who hails from self-admitted “nowhere Germany,” thanked her mother. “My mother believed me that I was a girl and I wouldn’t be here without her and her support,” she said.

This was the first Grammy nomination and win for Petras, but the fifth for Smith. “Unholy” was a smash hit in 2022. In the US, the song debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, but eventually peaked at No. 1 in its fourth week, making it the first song from either singer to do so and becoming Smith’s most successful single after their 2014 hit “Stay with Me.”

The two made history with the song before the Grammys on Sunday, though: When the song hit the Hot 100, Petras became the first openly transgender woman to reach No. 1, and Smith became the first openly non-binary person to do so, per Billboard.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley edges toward brunette with a swirling take on brownie batter hair

Elena Chabo

Tue, 7 February 2023 at 12:00 pm GMT

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has long been a loyal blonde. Other than a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it brunette moment back in the early 10s, she’s been pretty much locked in to golden tresses.

Now, while she hasn’t fully come over to the dark side yet, the latest post from her makeup brand Rose Inc shows the beauty embracing way more of her natural chestnut brown tone. The lightest and brightest blonde moments are fewer than ever before and centred on those face framing points, scattered through a caramel blondie (or brondie) take on brownie batter hair.

Though March may be a month away, we’re already seeing optimistic spring reaching (please, winter be over). Brownie batter hair was one of the biggest brunette trends for autumn/winter, and this ever so gently sun-touched take could be exactly how the trend adapts for the new season.

The cool-leaning mix of pale honey, vanilla and light oak tones found in the tresses steer clear of the classically rich and warm ‘ombre’ styles of yester-year and create the swirling batter effect that looks good enough to eat.

The cooler hues also draw on Rosie’s natural hair colour of soft ash brown, seen here on baby Rosie way back in 2006, aged around 17 (too cute). Which explains why these tones are so flattering on her.

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Introducing more of your natural colour through your hair certainly minimises upkeep and damage, and chances are it’s a pretty flattering shade for you, too.

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Peloton’s Leanne Hainsby bravely opens up about false lashes and eyebrow tattoos after chemotherapy

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Peloton instructor and fitness influencer, Leanne Hainsby, has bravely opened up on Instagram to her 376,000 followers about her experience of chemotherapy, body hair loss and breast cancer – something which came as a surprise to many, as she kept her illness hidden while continuing to teach classes. She initially shared her diagnosis on 27 January, before following up with a more detailed post about side effects of treatment and trying to appear ‘normal’ on the surface during such a difficult period.

Alongside a series of photos of herself in a long-sleeved, supportive workout top, Leanne (who was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2022, shortly after losing her best friend) spoke of the importance of keeping some of her hair through using a cold cap throughout chemo, but how unfortunately her eyebrows, lashes and body hair have fallen out as a result of her treatment.

However, she was quick to stress that in the grand scheme of it all, this is far from the most important thing.

“Over the last six months I’ve been determined not to let my insecurities about the way I look affect how I’ve shown up,” Leanne explained. “Some days that’s been easier than others. There have been some dark days, and ‘why me?’ moments along the way, I just don’t stay there. I feel lucky, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t felt completely shit at times too.”

She continued on to add, “People tell me how lucky I am that I didn’t lose my hair. No, I’m not bald, but I did lose my hair. I lost over half of it and every ponytail has been strategically plaed to make it less obvious […] I worked hard to keep it, so that’s been a win for me […] The cold cap and relentless hair shedding/meticulous hair care for months on end has been traumatic, and somewhere down the line we can get into it more.”

The popular spin instructor also shared that she has had her eyebrows tattooed on and is “living in pretty cool false lashes that are specifically made for people who have lost their lashes”. Neck down, she added, the hair “left the building and is yet to return. I guess I’ll call that a win too”.

“In the grand scheme of things, these side effects have felt irrelevant compared to having the opportunity to get better, but they do make a difference to your self-esteem,” Leanne reflected in her post, along with remarking that her cancer experience has instilled an ethos in her that focussing on “how good you can make other people feel, will always [leave them] looking beyond the physical”.

In her first cancer-related post, Leanne thanked everyone who attended her classes, saying those who did “had no idea the amount of joy” they were bringing to her every day.

“To be in the early stages of grief and then faced with something like this has been unimaginably tough, and that still feels like an understatement,” she wrote candidly, before going on to share that prior to 12 weeks of chemo she was able to complete a round of IVF.

“Treatment will continue for a long time for me, hospital visits are the norm, and I focus on one step at a time,” Leanne continued, citing a desire to raise awareness that breast cancer can impact anyone, of any age, as her motivation for sharing. “I went to a doctor the morning I found the lump, and was told every was ok. I trusted my gut and got a second opinion, that saved my life. Check, and check again.”

We’re sending Leanne all our love and wishes for a strong recovery.

Kim Kardashian’s bare skin is glowing in new skincare routine video

Elena Chabo

Tue, 7 February 2023 at 1:35 pm GMT

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Kim K’s bare skin glows in skincare routine videoRodin Eckenroth – Getty Images

This one is for the ‘makeup is fraud’ brigade (who notably don’t talk much about the wizardy that is a good beard). Kim Kardashian just showed her completely bare fresh face in her latest skincare routine video – and her skin look beautiful.

I mean, It’s probably the best skin money can buy, as we know Kim‘s not short in the pocket department, and openly talks about the beauty treatments she tries. It’s important to remind ourselves of all the products, professionals and treatments that go into nurturing this flawless face-canvas of her’s, but that doesn’t mean we can’t also be in awe of what a good job they’re all doing.

The video does give some quick insights to Kim’s different patting, mixing and swiping processes, and shows the attention paid to the often forgotten neck and décolletage areas.

Through the different steps in the video, using Kim’s own Skkn by Kim skincare line, we see Kim’s skin in different angles, with different products and moving through different lights. We do see some natural texture and varied tone across the skin, indicating this isn’t blurred or filtered out, there just really isn’t much of it to see. I cannot relate.

A far more relatable part of the routine, was Kim’s seven-year-old son Saint popping up at the end the video (cue us then noticing him in the video from the start in a reflection), because as a mum of four a solo bathroom trip is a myth.

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Mrs Hinch wows on Lorraine in glamorous floral maxi dress

Sophie Hichliffe, aka Mrs Hinch, paid Lorraine Kelly a visit on Thursday morning to talk about her new book, Welcome to Hinch Farm.

The 31-year-old cleanfluencer got dressed up for the occasion and looked stunning in a Karen Millen maxi dress which she teamed with a cute hair bow and a belt, both from Amazon. In fact, we wrote about her Amazon fashion buys last week.

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mrs hinch dress full length photo

Mrs Hinch shared this photo with her 4.6 million Instagram followers

Mrs Hinch’s dress is definitely going to fly off the virtual rails, and we’ve noticed it has already sold out in some sizes. If you want to copy her look, you might want to act fast.

The silk cotton marble ruched woven maxi dress was originally £209, but the dress has been slashed in price at £116.

Get the look

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mrs hinch dress

Floral maxi dress, £116 (WAS £209), Karen Millen


Taking to Instagram with a full-length photo, Sophie said: “And WE DID IT! Thank you for having me Lorraine, and thank you to every single one of my amazing followers who made this happen! Our first children;s book ‘Welcome to Hinch Farm’ has officially been born. 2023 let’s go… I’m ready (I think).”

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mrs hinch dress full-length on lorraine

Sophie posed for the photographers backstage at Lorraine

She then went on to thank her glam squad, hair stylist to the stars Carl Bembridge and her makeup artist Georgia Nelson.

Watch Carl Bembridge’s video of the last minute touches to Mrs Hinch’s hair using the Color Wow Shine Spray

Mrs Hinch’s photo garnered lots of attention, and the comments rolled in from her celebrity fans, including new mum Molly-Mae Hague. The Love Island star commented that the dress looked stunning, to which Mrs Hinch replied: “Oh wow Molly. Thank you my darling.”