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Love Island’s Olivia Attwood ‘asked to leave club by security after massive row with Chris Hughes’

Love Island couple Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes have been hit with fresh claims that their romance is being tested. According to reports, the pair got into a fiery row with another one of their group on Saturday night while out a club in Birmingham.

The row was so bad, Olivia was eventually asked to leave by security, claims The Sun.1

A source reportedly said: Olivia was absolutely furious about something and stormed off to the toilets.

Chris ran to follow her to try and calm her down but nothing was working.”

Chris and Olivia locked tongues rather than lips as they presented a united front

There was a bit of a tussle on the balcony between Olivia and another of their group before door staff stepped in to hold her back and she then was told to leave. However, a spokeswoman for Olivia insisted the star “left on her own accord”.

The latest drama comes after Chris said he wanted to marry his 26-year-old girlfriend. But not only does Chris want to wed Olivia – he wants to start having real children too after the pair ‘raised’ a doll together on the hit ITV2 reality show.

“I honestly think Liv and I will marry . We ve already spoken about the fact we are both ready to do it . I swear on my life, Chris told the Daily Star2 on Sunday.

Chris said he wants to marry Olivia

Despite both being relatively young, Chris says he cannot wait to swap vows with his lover.

He also claims that falling for Olivia came as a total surprise after they first met on Love Island3 .

“That s how messed up we are . We can t really get out heads around it .

I don t think either of us expected to find love on the show, but we did, he said. Chris hails from Essex while Olivia is from Surrey – but the reality hunk says they are making things work despite the distance.

We assume the night didn’t go down like this

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“I ve been sleeping over at hers all the time but we will get a bigger place at some point . We ll need one for the kids, he said.

Chris and Olivia have seen their romance tested since Love Island ended in July.

Fans were shocked when photos emerged of Olivia kissing an ex-boyfriend4 – however Chris has since forgiven her.

Mirror Celebs has contacted a representative for Olivia for comment.

References

  1. ^ The Sun. (www.thesun.co.uk)
  2. ^ Daily Star (www.dailystar.co.uk)
  3. ^ Love Island (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ photos emerged of Olivia kissing an ex-boyfriend (www.mirror.co.uk)

Security threat of unattended items in centre

Published: 17:00 Saturday 19 August 2017

Unattended items are to be removed from the city centre in the interest of safety and security. Peterborough City Council said the risk of a terrorist attack needed to be reduced following recent incidents in Manchester and London. And the authority countered suggestions rough sleepers may be adversely affected by the policy, stating that any impact is likely to be minimal as items will only be removed when they are considered abandoned. A council report states: The local authority continues to receive complaints and concerns from businesses and city centre residents relating to unattended items including sometimes hazardous waste.

Approval of this policy will allow for council officers to respond effectively to complaints from the public and businesses in the city. This will in turn improve fire safety, reduce security threats and improve the physical appearance of the city. The report adds: Unattended items may also pose a security risk which cannot be overlooked, particularly in light of the recent terrorist events in Manchester and London.

Whilst the police assessment of the risk of a terrorist incident occurring in Peterborough remains low, we nevertheless cannot be complacent and need to take all reasonable steps to reduce any risks. The council said it will speak to rough sleepers about the policy before it is implemented . Items which are considered abandoned will be removed by the council s waste management contractor Amey for collection and storage at its depot in Fengate. A note will be placed where the items have been taken to inform their owner and advise them where the items can be collected from .

They will then be stored for a month.

Security is stepped up at Kensington Palace’s public areas amid fears of terror attacks

Security has been stepped up at Kensington Palace1 amid fears of terror attacks.2

Visitors to the west London palace, once home to Princess Diana3 , must now have their bags checked every time they enter the cafe and gift shop in measures introduced after the UK threat level was briefly raised to critical.

The palace is home to William and Kate and their children as well as Prince Harry4 .

However, the recent changes concern the public areas of the building where an estimated 400,000 visitors flock every year.

The new measures come after the UK threat level temporarily increased Tourists must now have their bags checked every time they go into the cafe or gift shop

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The palace is currently home to the exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Story which is attracting high volumes of visitors as people remember the princess on the 20th anniversary of her death. It also hosts an exhibition on Queen Victoria and offers the chance to view Royal Collection artwork in The King s Gallery. A sign outside the cafe and shop now reads: Please wait here for mandatory bag searches and security checks.

Please note that bags will be searched upon every re-entry of the palace cafe.

A source said the measures were introduced in May after the threat level was briefly raised to critical following the Manchester bombing5 and remain in place despite the threat level since being lowered.

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Princess Diana once called Kensington Palace her home Kensington Palace is currently showing the exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Story

It currently remains at the second highest level of severe meaning at attack is highly likely . It is not known if security surrounding the royals has also been stepped up as this information is never made public by royal officials or the MET Police. Bag searches are also in place at other sites managed by Historic Royal Palaces including the Tower of London.

A Historic Royal Palaces spokesperson said: The safety and security of our visitors is our highest priority.

We have a range of security measures in place across our sites, which are subject to constant review based on the information available to us.

We continue to review our existing security arrangements and, where appropriate, put in place additional measures.

References

  1. ^ Kensington Palace (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ terror attacks. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Princess Diana (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ Prince Harry (www.mirror.co.uk)
  5. ^ Manchester bombing (www.mirror.co.uk)