Rebel Wilson takes a brisk walk in LA… after flaunting 40lbs weight loss during vacation with beau

Rebel Wilson put on a casual display as she returned to LA after a romantic vacation with new boyfriend Jacob Busch, 29 over the weekend.

The Pitch Perfect favorite shrouded her slim frame in a baggy Disneyland shirt as she got her steps in with a walk around the neighborhood.

The Aussie beauty, 40, was quick to get back into her fitness regime, seen after showing off her enviable 40lbs weight loss while hitting the beach with her new love this past Sunday.

Fit as a fiddle! Rebel Wilson continued to stay dedicated to her fitness regime as she returned to LA on Tuesday after a romantic vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with her new boyfriend Jacob Busch over the weekend

Beach babe: Rebel was back to real life after her romantic Mexico getaway with Jacob, 29, seen together on Sunday above

Beach babe: Rebel was back to real life after her romantic Mexico getaway with Jacob, 29, seen together on Sunday above

Rebel covered her face with a red

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P&O Cruises takes delivery of LNG-powered ship | News

Also the largest cruise liner ever built for the UK market, boasting 17 guest desks, 13 entertainment venues, a gin distillery and 16 whirlpool, Ioana weighs 185,000 tonnes and is the length of four football pitches (345m).

Powered by LNG, Iona’s eco-friendly drive system prevents the emission of sulfur dioxides and soot particles.

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As gasworld highlighted in its recent feature, IMO 2020 – A new wave in LNG, 2020 is a key year for the LNG business. IMO 2020 takes effect and the maritime industry implements a new sulfur cap on its fuels. LNG is regarded as key to compliance with these new regulations.

Under the new global cap, in force from 1st January 2020 by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), ships have to use marine fuels with a sulfur content of no more than 0.50% against the current limit of 3.50%, in an effort to reduce the

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P&O takes delivery of its BIGGEST ever cruise-liner

P&O Cruises has taken delivery of the biggest ever leisure ship built for the UK market – but it won’t welcome passengers until at least 2021.

The Iona weighs 185,000 tonnes, is 1131ft long and has 17 passenger decks – with a maximum capacity for 5,200 holidaymakers before social distancing measures are taken into account.

The ship, which arrived at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany on Friday, was originally due for launch in May but this was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Cruise ships were home to the some of the earliest clusters of Covid-19, when the virus infected hundreds of passengers onboard the Diamond Princess in Japan and the Grand Princess in the US.

Public Health England has advised against cruise ship travel since July 9 due to the pandemic, aside from trips in ferries or privately-rented boats.

The Iona (pictured) weighs 185,000 tonnes, is 1131ft long and has 17 passenger decks - with a maximum capacity for 5,200 holidaymakers before social distancing measures are taken into account

The Iona (pictured) weighs 185,000 tonnes, is 1131ft long

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Prof. Dr. Apinan Poshyananda Takes Us Behind the Scenes at the Bangkok Art Biennale 2020



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As the 2nd edition of Bangkok Art Biennale gets set to launch on October 29th, Prestige takes some time to speak with Prof. Dr. Apinan Poshyananda, the event’s chief executive and artistic director

In the Thai art world, all eyes are fixed firmly on Bangkok as the opening of the upcoming Bangkok Art Biennale (BAB) 2020 draws ever closer. Scheduled to begin on October 29th and continue until January 31st, 2021, the event will be showcasing a total of 82 artists – both Thai and international – via a huge array of installations, exhibitions, and performances being staged in locations as diverse as the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre (BACC), Museum Siam, Lhong 1919, and the BAB Box at OneBangkok, as well as historic sites such as Wat Prayoon. Such a large-scale undertaking is a Herculean task at the best of times, but being able to

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Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok takes brand into south-east Asia | News

IHG Hotels & Resorts has taken Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants into the heart of Thailand with the opening of Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok.

Located in the Langsuan area of the capital, the hotel offers convenient access to prime districts such as Sukhumvit, Silom, Siam and Chidlom, as well as serene views of the tranquil Lumphini Park.

The hotel takes its name after Maa-lai, the traditional Thai floral garland symbolic of welcome, good health and respect to honour guests, families and loved ones.

This art form has inspired many contemporary interpretations and resonates perfectly with Kimpton in Bangkok, where age-old traditions take on a modern edge.

The hotel’s design narrative was brought to life by P49 Deesign and fuses storied Thai history with the urban intensity of the city, by mirroring the relentless tempo of life in the old capital through hand woven Thai textiles and echoing the edgy eclecticism of modern

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Female cruise captain takes down sexist troll in viral video



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A female cruise captain had the perfect comeback for a sexist commenter on social media.

Kate McCue, a captain for Celebrity Cruises, posted a video on Tiktok in which she responded to a message sent to her that read: “How can you be a captain? Your only a woman [sic]”.

Dressed in her captain’s uniform, Captain McCue addressed the camera, saying: “Normally as I’m scrolling through comments and see something like this, I totally ignore it and move on with my life.  

“But I think it’s about high time that I address this, because it’s 2020, and in this day and age I’m shocked that someone still doesn’t know the difference between ‘you’re’ and ‘your’.”

Highlighting her troll’s grammatical faux pas, Captain McCue was happy to give him a quick

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Tom Cruise Takes a Joy Ride Atop a Speeding Train Filming ‘Mission: Impossible 7’

Not even a pandemic will stop Tom Cruise from risking life and limb for the sake of his craft. “Mission: Impossible 7” director Christopher McQuarrie posted a picture on Instagram Sunday of the series’ longtime star shooting a scene in Norway… on the top of a moving train.

“Have you and Tom every ridden INSIDE a train? It’s quite lovely,” actor Glen Powell responded.

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Norway’s scale and beauty have left an indelible and defining imprint on our film and reminded us that anything is possible. On behalf of everyone working on Mission: Impossible, our sincerest thanks to The Norwegian Film Incentive, The Norwegian Railway Museum, the infinitely patient Strand and Rauma Municipalities, our endlessly enduring Norwegian crew, along with everyone who supported our filming here. And, of course… The Mountain. Most of all, we give thanks to the warm and welcoming people of Norway. Your

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Sofia Kenin takes a while to win, Novak Djokovic cruises into third round

PARIS — Once Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin got going, she kept going — right into the third round of the French Open.



Sofia Kenin holding a racket: Sofia Kenin was pumped after defeating Ana Bogdan in three sets at the French Open.


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Sofia Kenin was pumped after defeating Ana Bogdan in three sets at the French Open.

The fourth-seeded American started slowly Thursday under a closed roof on Court Philippe Chatrier before pulling out a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 victory over Ana Bogdan.

“I knew I had to fight. She was playing well,” Kenin said. “First set just didn’t go my way. I couldn’t find my rhythm. I knew I needed to somehow change my game or else I’m going to be out. Did not want that, definitely.”

She also nearly stumbled at the end, too.

Kenin held three match points with Bogdan serving at 5-1 but failed to convert them all. In the next game, Kenin had to save three break points before finally winning on

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Carnival’s Princess Cruises Takes Delivery Of Cruise Ship Amid CDC’s Extended No-Sail Order

Carnival’s (CCL) Princess Cruises took delivery of a new cruise ship on Thursday dubbed the Enchanted Princess.

The 145,000-ton ship was handed over in a ceremony at the Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. The Enchanted Princess will carry 3,660 guests onboard, expanding the cruise line’s fleet of MedallionClass vessels, which includes sister ships – Regal Princess, Royal Princess, Majestic Princess, and Sky Princess

The arrival of the Enchanted Princess marks the 100th ship to be built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri. Princess Cruises also took delivery of the first cruise ship that Fincantieri built back in 1990 – the Crown Princess. The Enchanted Princess is also the first ship to be completed during the coronavirus pandemic, which has stalled sailings through Oct. 31 as part of a no-sail order that was extended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday.

“We officially welcome Enchanted Princess into the Princess

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Princess Takes Delivery Of Fifth Royal-Class Cruise Ship

After months of delay, Princess Cruises took delivery of its brand new Royal-class cruise ship Enchanted Princess on Wednesday afternoon. Enchanted Princess is the 100th cruise ship built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri.

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During a virtual event held at the shipyard, the ship was handed over to the cruise line with executives on hand from Fincantieri Monfalcone Shipyard, Princess Cruises and parent company Carnival Corporation.

Enchanted Princess was originally scheduled to debut in June but was pushed to the fall because of shipyard delays surrounding the ongoing health crisis. In July, the ship successfully completed sea trials off the coast of Italy.

“We are so proud to deliver the new Enchanted Princess today and celebrate a major milestone of completing our 100th vessel built here at Fincantieri,” said Giuseppe Bono, Fincantieri CEO. “I must acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the shipbuilding team

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