Francisca Concha had other plans for June 27. In a perfect world, she would have enjoyed dinner with family on the deck of a boat cruising through canals in the Netherlands after marrying her partner of three years, Vincent. They would’ve ended the day with friends at a bar toasting their new life as a married couple. But instead, when the day rolled around, Concha, 32, and Vincent, 30, ate cake and champagne for breakfast in their two bedroom apartment while quarantining in the U.K., where they live. “We are known for cracking open a bottle of champagne for no particular reason,” Concha says, “so it seemed like the right thing to do.”It’s a relationship milestone they’ll never forget.
A Playboy model swerved an awkward situation when she posed in a teeny-tiny bikini. Iryna Ivanova caused yet another meltdown online when she showcased her famous 30GG boobs. The beauty, who has over 6.6 million followers on Instagram, is no stranger to putting her prized assets on display. In one of her latest clips on her social media platform, Iryna wore her hair down while wearing a sexy pink bikini. The bombshell can be seen adjusting her swimsuit as her boobs look like they're about to spill out. Captioning the post with a kitten emoji, the Playboy Playmate wrote: "Pink like..." Iryna Ivanova left little to the imagination in her latest clip (Image: playmateiryna/Instagram) Read More Related
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When Unsolved Mysteries came to Netflix July 1, viewers might've been nostalgic for the original NBC series hosted by Robert Stack. Though this new iteration doesn't have a host, it's still full of creepy, compelling stories—but this time, the subjects of each episode carry the show, from interviews with those who experienced unexplained phenomena to people whose loved ones are missing or deceased. All the stories, though different in content, have been left open-ended. And once you start watching, it's hard to hit pause. Next comes the ultimate capitalist consumer question: When do we get more? The first season of Unsolved Mysteries was No. 1 on Netflix for more than a week, which bodes well for a second season.