In the clip, which aired during the Super Bowl, Steve talks about handing over his mission to his kids.
While many in Singapore get back to the grind on the first working day of 2018, mothers experiencing jitters over their children’s first day of school shared their excitement and anxiety on Instagram. Accompanied by photos of their children in crisp and brand new school uniforms, these posts definitely prove that the first day of school are a big deal for Singaporean parents. Local blogger Esther Rachel, whose daughter attended her first day at a primary school on Tuesday (2 January), regards it as a “momentous milestone” for her firstborn Kylie Joseph.
Local actress Cheryl Wee and husband Roy Fong are expecting a baby boy in 2018. The couple revealed the gender of their first child at a party on Wednesday (27 December) before announcing the news to the public on Instagram the day after. “It’s gonna be a little roy fongster!!” 30-year-old Wee said in her latest post, along with a photo the couple had taken during a shoot for Singapore Tatler. it’s gonna be a little roy fongster!! . . . . . pic credits @sgtatler @roy_fong styling @monkiepoo photog @darrengabrielleow A post shared by Cheryl W. ...
Upcoming Singapore movie hopes to help married couples avoid divorce. This is advice that life coach Huiru hopes to impart to many married couples living in countries such as Singapore, where divorces are gradually increasing. In July 2017, government statistics showed a 1.2 per cent increase in divorces in Singapore, up from 2015.
Don’t we all love to bully our siblings? A recent video post by the 20-year-old Singaporean YouTuber known as Benwhoah doing just that has gotten a lot of traction.
The 48-year-old entertainer hadn't been able to get in contact with family members after Hurricane Maria.
A source tells ET that Swift appeared 'fired up' during her mom's testimony.
The country singer’s daughter shared a photo of the terrifying wreckage
A source tells ET the estranged couple wants to 'keep their kids' lives as normal as possible.'
The day of the accident was also the day of my father’s wake. I was 24 years old, and on my way back from driving some of my relatives home when I lost control of the car. Two of my cousins were with me when the car skidded and crashed into a tree. They were relatively unharmed, but it took an SCDF crew to extract me from the driver’s side, which was completely smashed.