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Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy, sips from her first Grammy award

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Blue Ivy, the daughter of American superstar, Beyonce, celebrated her first Grammy win in style as sipped juice out of her award through a straw. The famous offspring of Beyonce and Jay-Z has followed in her singing superstar parents’ footsteps.

Already she has had an award-winning start to her showbiz career at the age of nine, having made history in music as one of the youngest people to ever win a Grammy Award.

Proud mum, Beyonce, shared a glimpse of her daughter celebrating her big win on her verified Instagram page. Like a queen, Blue Ivy looked very regal in her crown when she posed for the sweet photograph, sipping out of her first-ever Grammy Award.

Mirror reports that it was celebrations all round in the Carter household on the glittering Grammy Awards night.

Beyonce broke records as she bagged another award, making it her 28th Grammy win. She also became the female with the highest Grammy Awards.

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Beyonce and her daughter have an incredibly close bond, as well as a shared mutual love and talent in music.

Speaking in an interview, Beyonce shared some rare insight on her daughter, Blue, in November last year.

She told Vogue: “Blue is very smart, and she is aware that there is a shift, but it is my job as a parent to do my best to keep her world as positive and safe as can be for an eight-year-old.”

She added, “Blue saw some of the reactions to the Brown Skin Girl video, as well as some of the videos from the philanthropic work I’ve done this year.

“When I tell her I’m proud of her, she tells me that she’s proud of me and that I’m doing a good job. It’s teeeeeew much sweetness. She melts my heart. I believe the best way to teach them is to be the example.” (sic)

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Prince Philip’s funeral to take place April 17, says Buckingham Palace

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The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip, will take place at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, on April 17, Buckingham Palace announced Saturday.

The ceremony at Windsor, west of London, which will be televised but have no public element because of coronavirus restrictions, will be preceded by a national minute’s silence.

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Royal officials said the 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh’s grandson, Prince Harry, would attend, but his heavily pregnant wife, Meghan, had been advised against travelling from the United States on medical grounds.

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UEFA Champions League: Salah to prove loyalty in Liverpool, Real Madrid showdown

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Mohamed Salah can silence the critics who question his loyalty to Liverpool by avenging the most painful moment of his career when the Egypt star faces Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday.

Salah sparked howls of indignation among Liverpool fans recently when he refused to rule out the possibility of playing for a Spanish club in the future.

The fact that Salah was speaking to Madrid-based newspaper Marca at the time only increased speculation that he was laying the groundwork for a move to Real Madrid.

“I hope to be able to play for many more years. Why not? No one knows what’s going to happen in the future, so maybe one day, yes. It’s not up to me,” Salah said when asked if he was keen to try Spanish football.

Salah’s flirtatious response was similar to the one he gave to another Spanish outlet in December when questioned about a potential La Liga move. 

“I think Madrid and Barcelona are two top clubs,” he told AS.

Whether either Real or Barcelona could afford to buy Salah amid the current financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic remains to be seen.

But for a club whose supporters pride themselves on their passionate and unflinching loyalty to the Liverpool cause, Salah’s refusal to rule out a switch to Spain was a careless own goal.

It tapped into the long-standing suspicion among a section of Liverpool’s fanbase that Salah, whose contract runs until 2023, is motivated by personal glory rather than team success.

The cynics support their claims by highlighting Salah’s occasional spats with Liverpool forward Sadio Mane when he shoots rather than passing to a better placed team-mate.

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They also point to Salah’s sulky response to being substituted during the defeat against Chelsea in March, and his reported frustration at being ignored for the Liverpool captaincy in the absence of the injured Jordan Henderson.

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Of course, Salah could rightly mention that Liverpool might well have failed to win either the Champions League in 2019 or the Premier League last season without his goals and sublime skills.

Even this season, with Liverpool in the midst of a failed title defence marred by seemingly endless injuries, Salah’s haul of 26 goals — including one in Saturday’s 3-0 win at Arsenal — shows what a threat he carries.

With 120 goals in 193 appearances in all competitions since joining from Roma in 2017, Salah is rightly ranked among Liverpool’s all-time greats.

But the 28-year-old’s place in the hearts of Kopites might not be so secure.

Michael Owen and Steve McManaman — both local heroes at Liverpool at the time — were never so fondly regarded after swapping Anfield for Real’s Bernabeu.

Inspiring Liverpool to a revenge victory against Real in a rematch of the 2018 Champions League final won by the Spanish club would go some way to appeasing the doubters.

That bitter 3-1 loss in Kiev remains a personal nadir for Salah, who was in tears on the pitch after being forced to come off with a first half injury following a clash with Sergio Ramos.

Salah had suffered a dislocated shoulder that would hamper him at the World Cup later that year, with some claiming Ramos had deliberately exacerbated the injury with the way he dragged the Egyptian to the turf.

“Let’s just say that I have special motivation to win the tie and go through to the semi-finals,” Salah told Marca about the Real reunion.

Ironically, Real captain Ramos is expected to miss both legs of the quarter-final with a calf injury.

Ramos’s absence is a major boost for Liverpool as they seek to salvage a miserable season by winning a seventh European Cup.

If Salah can play a leading role in making that dream come true, his commitment might not be questioned quite so often.

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Abortion: I lived in shame, guilt for years, says singer Bez’s wife

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Tito Idakula, the daughter of the former governor of Oyo State, Rasheed Ladoja, has revealed that she had two abortions in the past.

Idakula, who is married to singer Bez, said she lived in shame and guilt for years over the choice she made.

Sharing on Twitter on Easter Day, Idakula said despite deserving punishment for her sins, she was set free by Jesus Christ who took it all upon himself.

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According to her, “I’ve had 2 abortions. I took the only options I thought were available to me at the time.

“Even in this age of pro-choice, I am not personally proud of the choices I made. And I lived in shame and guilt for years.

“It almost crippled me when I found myself fighting for the life of my daughter.

“I felt I deserve this punishment. Now I’m ready, and God is finally ready to get me back.

“But then I didn’t understand the salvation and righteousness that I have in Christ. That, in his death and resurrection, Jesus Christ destroyed my shame and gave me a new name, a new beginning and identity.

“Even in the midst of my ‘sin’ and deepest shame, God couldn’t have punished me because that is what Christ took on when he chose that sacrifice.

“In the stripes and death, he took all my sin, and in his resurrection, he set me FREE.

“You begin to know that your works are just you walking in agreement with what God has already done.

“I am here doing all that I do because nothing holds me back. No guilt, no condemnation, no shame! Christ took it all.”

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