Liam Hemsworth & Girlfriend Gabriella Brooks’ Marriage Plans Revealed After Nearly 2 Years Of Dating

Liam Hemsworth is happily dating model Gabby Brooks, and a source EXCLUSIVELY tells HL that ‘the topic of marriage has been broached’ between the couple. Liam Hemsworth, 31, is going strong with his girlfriend, model Gabriella Brooks, 23. The Hunger Games actor was first linked to Gabby back in Dec. 2019, and now just a few months after the duo made their first public appearance together, a source close to Liam says that their relationship is stronger than ever. “Gabby and Liam are such a great couple because they are so similar,” the insider EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife. “They both have the same chill vibe and the fact that they both keep their romantic life out of the public eye definitely attributes to their success. They are really like any other couple; they spend time with family and friends, go out to eat, shopping, and they love spending time outdoors,” the source added.
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Their Marriage ~Flopped~ but Christina Haack and Tarek El Moussa’s Quotes About Each Other Are Amicable

Flip or Flop’s Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack‘s marriage may have ~flopped,~ but their quotes about each other show their relationship is still amicable. Tarek and Christina wed in 2009 and during their marriage, welcomed two gorgeous children. Their daughter, Taylor, was born in 2010 followed by their son, Brayden, in 2015. After separating in 2016, their divorce was finalized nearly two years later in 2018. Amid their relationship falling apart, the exes have continued working together on their HGTV show, which has 10 seasons under its belt.
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Holly Robinson Peete Swears This 20-Second Ritual Has Kept Her Marriage Strong After 26 Years

Actress Holly Robinson Peete lives a busy life between taking care of her family, continuously building her career, and dedicating herself to causes she cares about, like caregiving for those with Parkinson’s disease and autism. But on top of all that she has going on, she maintains a strong relationship with her husband Rodney. In fact, the two just celebrated 26 years of marriage in June, and they couldn’t be happier.

Marriages: Week of Sept. 12

Congratulations to these couples who recently received marriage licenses from the Campbell County Clerk. Kade Alexander Klein (Gillette) and Kori Rae Watkins (Gillette) Cruz Isaac Samano (Gillette) and Isabelle Dianah Marie Schlautmann (Gillette) Craig Mitchell Furman (Gillette) and Deana Dawn Maul (Gillette) Johnathon James Fisher (Gillette) and Kayla Eileene Hartwell...

The looming marriage shock

Good afternoon, and welcome back to Women Rule! Do you have any recommendations for horror movies to watch as October approaches? My favorites are “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Rope,” and I’ll always have a soft spot for “Scream.” Or perhaps fall candle recommendations, if that’s more your thing? Either way, feel free to email me: Follow me on Twitter, too. Thanks to my co-pilot Maya Parthasarathy for her awesome work compiling many of these links. Onto the news ...

Support for marriage between white and Black people in America just hit an all-time high

Over the past six years, it feels like race relations have been on the decline in the U.S. We've lived through Donald Trump's appeals to America's racist underbelly. The nation has endured countless murders of unarmed Black people by police. We've also been bombarded with viral videos of people calling the police on people of color for simply going about their daily lives.

‘I Upgraded From Trash To Treasure’: Jeannie Mai’s Ex-Husband Seems A Little Salty About Her Pregnancy And Marriage With Jeezy

After The Real co-host Jeannie Mai announced she and her husband Jeezy are expecting their first child together, Mai’s ex-husband Freddy Harteis has spoken out — messily. MADAMENOIRE previously reported, Mai has been very candid in the past about never wanting to have kids. Her decision and Harteis’ desire to be a father were a conflict in their 14-year long marriage and became a significant factor in why they separated in 2017. Their divorce was finalized in 2018.

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Tragic Final Years

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s career was nothing short of iconic, but her final years were drama-filled. Frederic von Anhalt (her ninth husband) didn’t allow anyone to tell Zsa Zsa Gabor about her daughter’s passing. Born in February 1917, Hungarian-American actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor made headlines all her life – even five years after passing, when she was lavishly laid to rest.

Tesla Billionaire Elon Musk and Singer Grimes Break Up After 3-Year Relationship

Elon Musk and Grimes have reportedly split after three years together. The multi-billionaire Tesla and SpaceX founder confirmed that he and the alt-pop singer are “semi-separated” but remain on good terms and continue to co-parent their 1-year-old son, notably named X Æ A-Xii Musk, reports Page Six. “We are semi-separated...

Haunted Rushinga Man Caught Performing Rituals On Graves

Haunted Rushinga Man Caught Performing Rituals On Graves. A haunted Rushinga man who was caught performing secret rituals on his deceased family members’ grave has been fined a beast by a Headman at a Community Court. It is reported that Norman Munetsi consulted witch doctors after noticing that his relatives...

Inter-Faith Marriages A Big 'No' Among Most Indians: Survey

After more than seven decades of independence, Indians feel that the country lived up to its initial ideals to make India a country where everyone can live harmoniously. It's safe to say that everyone can indeed live in the country; the clause of living harmoniously raises a question nonetheless. India not only accounts for the maximum Hindus, Sikhs and Jains but is also home to the World's largest Muslim population. A famous Pew Research Survey that included face-to-face interviews with more than 30,000 Indians, conducted in 17 languages, reveals that most Indians feel free to practice their faith in the country.