Aging rocker Mick Jagger is dating again – and it will come as little surprise that his latest in a long line of ladies is considerably younger than him.
But he has certainly surpassed himself as he is reportedly romancing Noor Alfallah, who aged 22 is 52 years his junior!
His previous liaison was with 31-year-old Melanie Hamrick, who is the mother of his eighth child – a 10month-old son called Deveraux.
He has only been married once, to Bianca Jagger in the 70’s then had a 21year relationship with Texan model Jerry Hall, which despite going through a Hindu ceremony on the Indonesian island of Bali in 1990, it was found not to be legally binding.
This Rolling Stone is certainly not letting the moss grow under his feet! The first ever female Dr Who was revealed back in the summer – with Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker becoming the 13th Doctor, replacing Peter Capaldi as the esteemed Time Lord traveling in the TARDIS.
Now the Doctor’s companions have been announced, with actor and popular quiz show presenter Bradley Walsh playing a character called Graham.
Bradley has had a number of acting roles over the years including Coronation Street and Law & Order:UK.
Alongside him will be Doctors and Casualty actress Mandip Gill playing Yasmin and Tosin Cole as Ryan – who has appeared in Star Wars and EastEnders. This eleventh series will contain 10 episodes, each lasting 50 minutes and is scheduled to premier in autumn 2018. In the bible, Jesus turned water into wine – but now, thanks to a new generation of water filter jugs, you can do it the other way round, turning wine into water!
While it is highly unlikely that many would do that, it highlights how effective they can be at stripping away toxins, chlorine, metals and other impurities.
Despite water covering more than two-thirds of the Earth’s surface, only around one per cent is drinkable.
Around 97 per cent is too salty to drink and the remaining two per cent forms glaciers and ice caps.
Globally at least 2 billion people use drinking water which is contaminated and in places such as Africa, where there are serious health risks from its consumption this could be a real revelation.