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    HOLLY Willoughby's sister Kelly has revealed the sweet nickname that she calls the star and says she's "beyond proud" of her new book. The 40-year-old presenter has written her first book which is set to give fans a sought-after look into the private star's life away from the cameras. 6Holly Willoughby's sister Kelly praised her little sibling on her new bookCredit: Instagram Kelly, 42, took the opportunity to praise her sibling on the brand new venture, lovingly referring to her sister by her pet name "Dolly". The TV star took to social media to share the exciting news about her book with her followers. Her older sister was quick to shower her sister with support, commenting: "Beyond wonderful...beyond proud of you Dolly." Alongside photo of the front cover, Holly said she will address everything from body-image to burn out in the personal book “about finding your beauty, inside and out.” 6The ITV host shared a glimpse of the front coverCredit: Penguin Books The Dancing on Ice host described the experience of writing as “intense” and says there are “pieces...
    WE’RE used to seeing celebrities every day as they share their glamorous lives on social media - but there are some familiar faces we know nothing about.  Famous names from Holly Willoughby to Stacey Solomon have lookalike sisters, who pop up in their photos and posts throwing us all off.  14Stacey Solomon's sister, Jemma, shared a snap of her similar family set-upCredit: Instagram Some siblings look more like twins than sisters - so you might end up doing a double take on some of these selfies.  It turns out Posh Spice has a Sister Spice, and Elizabeth Hurley isn’t the only family member flaunting their assets in a bikini.  Molly-Mae Hague has shared proud snaps of her solider sister, while Rochelle Humes regularly uploads snaps with another one of her sisters - who wasn’t on Love Island.  So take a browse through our gallery of good genes - can you see the family resemblance? Stacey Solomon 14Stacey raved about her sister, Jemma, aka the Label Lady, for helping her organise her cupboardsCredit: Instagram Holly Willoughby 14Holly shares a snap with...
    THIS Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were horrified as a pancake cook talked about having a "toss-a-thon" with her sister. The ITV daytime show had cook Juliet Sear on to show viewers how to make pancakes ahead of Trove Tuesday next week. 9Juliet told of how she enjoyed a "toss-a-thon" However, the pair started pulling faces as she mentioned of her own Pancake Day tradition: a "toss-a-thon". Speaking while cooking pancakes, Juliet said: "I don't know about you, but for me, pancake day is more about the fun. "So when I was little she used to have a "toss-a-thon" with my sister. And I would wrestle my mum to the pan." Phillip pulled a face while Holly looked like she was holding back a laugh as the chef continued. 9Phillip Schofield pulled a face at the phrasing 9He later looked off screen in disbelief She added: "Make sure that it's completely released...
    People who find themselves in criminal circumstances often behave unwisely, if not outright irrationally. Yet it’s rare to see individuals respond to calamity quite as stupidly as they do in The Sister, a four-part British series debuting Jan. 22 on Hulu. Written by Luther creator Neil Cross (based on his novel Burial) and directed by Niall MacCormick, The Sister wastes no time laying out its scenario. Within its first five minutes, a series of quick incidents from 2013 and the present reveal that Nathan (Years and Years’ Russell Tovey) and his acquaintance Bob (Bertie Carvel) were involved in the mysterious death of Elise (Simone Ashley) on New Year’s Eve 2009, and that Nathan subsequently opted not to commit suicide but, rather, to assuage his guilt by marrying Elise’s real-estate agent sister Holly (Amrita Acharia). Nathan and Bob’s cover-up of Elise’s death, however, is now being ruined by a developer’s plans to dig up the woods where they buried the young woman’s body, which forces Bob to show up on Nathan’s doorstep asking for help with relocating Elise’s remains—an encounter that...
    The sister of missing hiker Holly Courtier has hit back at criticisms of her sibling’s story about disappearing for 12 days in Utah's Zion National Park — saying suggestions that her survival tale was hoax are “very blown out of proportion.” “There are not holes in the story, there are no discrepancies. It just got blown very out of proportion,” her sister Jaime Strong told The Spectrum. ZION HIKER RESCUE: UTAH SHERIFF’S SERGEANT QUESTIONS CIRCUMSTANCES THAT ‘DO NOT ADD UP,’ REPORT SAYS Search crews canvassed the park for 38-year-old Courtier after she went for a hike and left behind her phone Oct. 6. Holly Courtier (National Park Service) ZION HIKER HOLLY COURTIER'S SISTER SPEAKS OUT ON 'DISCREPANCIES' IN RESCUE STORY “She definitely was having a mental breakdown,” Strong told the outlet. “She told us later she was seeking a total disconnect from everything. She really just wanted to be alone. She had no idea it would turn into anything it would turn into or the worry she would cause or what it would become.” Once there, Courtier began fasting from food as part...
    The sister of missing hiker Holly Courtier has hit back at criticisms of her sibling’s story about disappearing for 12 days in California’s Zion National Park — saying suggestions that her survival tale was hoax are “very blown out of proportion.” “There are not holes in the story, there are no discrepancies. It just got blown very out of proportion,” her sister Jaime Strong told The Spectrum. Search crews canvassed the park for 38-year-old Courtier after she went for a hike and left behind her phone Oct .6. “She definitely was having a mental breakdown,” Strong told the outlet. “She told us later she was seeking a total disconnect from everything. She really just wanted to be alone. She had no idea it would turn into anything it would turn into or the worry she would cause or what it would become.” Once there, Courtier began fasting from food as part of a spiritual journey because she wanted to “connect with nature and read her Bible,” Strong said. But she had gone on an exhausting hike the first day, likely weakening...
    The sister of a California woman who claims she went missing in Zion National Park for 12 days with ‘no food and a tiny amount of water’ has revealed the mother-of-one had a ‘breakdown’ and has since checked herself into a clinic to be treated for mental illness. Holly Courtier, 38, was suddenly found in the park on October 18 disheveled, pounds lighter, with a concussion, kidney failure, foot injuries and suffering from severe dehydration, according to her family. What Courtier had intended to be a solo spiritual pilgrimage in the Utah wilderness quickly turned into a fight for her life, her sister Jaime Courtier Strong said.  Just under two weeks earlier, Courtier had left her Los Angeles home in the middle of the night and departed for Utah in her car. Strong said Courtier intended to go completely off grid. The 38-year-old left behind her cell phone and did not tell any of her family members of where she was heading. ‘She definitely was having a mental breakdown,’ Strong told The Spectrum. ‘She told us later she was seeking...
    A sister of Zion hiker Holly Courtier has spoken out in an attempt to clear up any confusion surrounding the woman’s rescue after 12 days without food or water in the Utah national park. Jaime Strong, 41, told NBC on Thursday that the 38-year-old avid hiker had lost roughly 15 to 18 pounds during her nearly two weeks stranded in Utah’s Zion National Park and did not drink any water throughout that time, despite being found in an area within the park along the Virgin River. Holly Courtier (National Park Service) ZION HIKER RESCUE: UTAH SHERIFF’S SERGEANT QUESTIONS CIRCUMSTANCES THAT ‘DO NOT ADD UP,’ REPORT SAYS Courtier, from Los Angeles, Calif., had last been seen on Oct. 6 until she was rescued on Sunday. A subsequent statement provided by the National Park Service described how she was found in a "thickly vegetated area along the Virgin River” and was able to leave “of her own capability with minimal assistance.” Soon after, a relative told CNN that Courtier had hurt her head on a tree. “She was very disoriented as a...
    Holly Suzanne Courtier’s sister on Thursday said it’s a “miracle” the California mom survived in Zion National Park for 12 days with no food or water — after rescue officials raised questions about her story. Courtier, 38, was not in a good mental state when she took off on what was supposed to be a one to two day trip in the Utah park Oct. 6, for “a journey of fasting” and to disconnect from technology, her sister, Jaime Strong, told NBC’s “TODAY.” “I really think she had a mental breakdown and was not in the right state of mind when she decided to take this journey and not tell people where she was going.” Once in the park, Courtier, who is a seasoned hiker, apparently suffered a concussion and became dehydrated, causing her to get disoriented, her sister said. “I think God got her through this,” Strong said. “I think it’s a miracle. I truly believe there is no reason she should be alive. It doesn’t make sense. She didn’t have the proper gear, and she didn’t have...
    Holly Suzanne Courtier’s sister on Thursday said it’s a “miracle” the California mom survived in Zion National Park for 12 days with no food or water — after rescue officials raised questions about her story. Courtier, 38, was not in a good mental state when she took off on what was supposed to be a one to two day trip in the Utah park Oct. 6, for “a journey of fasting” and to disconnect from technology, her sister, Jaime Strong, told NBC’s “TODAY.” “I really think she had a mental breakdown and was not in the right state of mind when she decided to take this journey and not tell people where she was going.” Once in the park, Courtier, who is a seasoned hiker, apparently suffered a concussion and became dehydrated, causing her to get disoriented, her sister said. “I think God got her through this,” Strong said. “I think it’s a miracle. I truly believe there is no reason she should be alive. It doesn’t make sense. She didn’t have the proper gear, and she didn’t have food...
    The sister of a California woman who claims she went missing in Zion National Park for 12 days with 'no food and a tiny amount of water' has revealed the mother of one fasted for days before she went on the solo hike without telling her family.  Holly Courtier, 38, was suddenly found in the park on Sunday after her family had raised more then $12,000 through a GoFundMe page to cover the expenses for the search.  The family said the funds are now going toward her medical expenses, as her sister Jamie Courtier-Strong told CBS that Holly lost 15 pounds while she was missing and 'would have died for sure if we hadn't found her'.   It comes after a local Utah sheriff cast doubt on Courtier's version of events and claimed she could not have survived on the nearby infected river water.  GoFundMe also confirmed with DailyMail.com that they are investigating the family's fundraising after the sheriff's comments.   Scroll down for video Jamie Courtier-Strong said her sister Holly had been fasting before her hike and continued it as...
    (CNN)Holly Courtier, the 38-year-old woman rescued after disappearing for nearly two weeks in Utah's Zion National Park, was severely dehydrated and had lost 15 pounds when she was found earlier this week, her older sister told CNN. "The doctor was shocked she was so dehydrated. Her potassium levels were extremely low," Jaime Strong, Courtier's sister, told CNN. "Her levels of her kidney function were very bad. She was starting to show signs of her kidneys shutting down."Her mom went missing in Zion National Park. She needs experienced hikers to help bring her homeCourtier was last seen October 6 exiting a shuttle van in an area that leads to several hiking trails, authorities say. Strong says her sister went to the park to spend "a day or two in nature." She's an experienced hiker, knows Zion well and is capable of surviving in the park's rugged conditions, her family has said. But early on in her hike this month, she hit her head and became disoriented, her daughter previously told CNN. "Once she hit her head, she did not have the...
    Officials have released new information surrounding the discovery of a California woman who was missing in Utah’s Zion National Park for nearly two weeks before she was located on Sunday. Police were able to locate Los Angeles resident Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, with the help of a “credible tip,” which led searchers to find her “in a thickly vegetated area along the Virgin River,” said Zion National Park’s Acting Chief of Interpretation Amanda Rowland in a Monday night email to Fox News. WOMAN FOUND SAFE IN ZION NATIONAL PARK AFTER 2 WEEKS MISSING WAS BRUISED, HAD LOST WEIGHT, SISTER SAYS “She was able to leave of her own capability with minimal assistance,” Rowland added. Holly Courtier (National Park Service) Officials have not released any information about the tipster.  Courtier’s daughter, Kailey Chambers, told CNN that her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented. “She injured her head on a tree,” Chambers said. “She was very disoriented as a result and thankfully ended up near a water source — a river bed. She thought her best...
    The sister of a hiker who has been rescued in Zion after spending 12 days alone with no food and limited water says she is now recovering in the hospital on an IV, and that she has 'bruises'.  Holly Courtier, 38,  was rescued on Sunday, 12 days after vanishing in the Utah park.  She'd taken the bus there for a solo hike, leaving her phone at home, after losing her nannying job as a result of the pandemic.  The mother-of-one spent the time surviving on 'no food' and 'very little water' before a tipster led to her being found.  Someone who had been in the park phoned to alert authorities - who had been searching for her - that they saw her.  When she vanished, Holly's family set up a GoFundMe campaign with a goal of raising $15,000. They have so far raised more than $10,000. Holly Courtier's sister Jillian on Good Morning America on Monday morning talking about her being rescued Holly, shown with her daughter, had survived on 'no food at all' and very little water,...
    Holly Williams is mourning her sister. On Saturday night, Katherine Williams-Dunning, a daughter of country singer Hank Williams Jr., died in a car crash in Tennessee. It was reported that the car drifted over the median on a highway and started to roll over. DAUGHTER OF SINGER HANK WILLIAMS JR. DEAD IN TENNESSEE AUTO CRASH: REPORTS Williams-Dunning, 27,  was in the car with her husband, Tyler Dunning, 29, who was airlifted to a hospital for unspecified injuries. On Sunday, Holly Williams took to Instagram to pay tribute to her late sister. Holly, also a singer, shared a family photo with several members of the Williams clan that was taken just days ago. "I have no words. On Friday morning I talked the family into taking this picture and had no idea it would be our last together with my precious little sister Katie," the caption read. "We all went to my great aunts funeral on Thursday whom we all loved dearly, and now are faced with another one. ALL we need is prayers. My daddy. My little brother. Katie’s husband (he is awake and...
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