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I gave Britain’s most eccentric aristocrat the baby he craved. So why won’t he see her?

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Violet Sunday Spain is blissfully unaware of the drama that has heralded her birth. At just five months old and cradled in her mother’s arms, she has inherited her mother’s dark eyes, though her strawberry blonde hair comes from her father. Not that he has set eyes on her yet.

For Violet is the only child of Sir Benjamin Slade, the infamous aristocrat who has spent the past few years broadcasting his desire to find a woman with whom to sire an heir.

So desperate was he to find the perfect ‘breeder’, as he so charmingly put it, the eccentric 75-year-old aristocrat — who has a castle, manor house and baronetcy to his name — even went on ITV’s This Morning in 2017 with a checklist at the ready.

His ideal candidate, he said, should be aged between 30 and 40. To become Lady Slade of Maunsel House and Woodlands Castle in Somerset, he added, she would naturally need to be ‘castle-trained’.

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While, initially, his hunt seemed fruitless, recently it appeared that Slade might finally have achieved his dream.

Last year, the Mail revealed that he was to marry. And in February this year came the joyous news that he had finally become a father.

A fairy-tale ending? Alas no. For in an exclusive interview with the 30-year-old mother of his child, American poet and composer Sahara Sunday Spain, the Mail can finally reveal the astonishing story behind their relationship and the conception and birth of their daughter, Violet.

Sahara Sunday Spain poses for a photo with daughter Violet Sunday Spain, the child she had with eccentric millionaire Sir Benjamin Slade, who he now refuses to see

And what a story it is — from their meeting through an elite co-parenting agency to Violet’s conception via IVF using sperm frozen by Slade more than 20 years ago. Not to mention accusations of gold-digging and, now, claims of abandonment.

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For despite all his longing for a child, to this day Slade has never even met his daughter, who now lives with her mother in France. He has, however, legally acknowledged paternity and his name is on her birth certificate.

As for that marriage; it never happened. In fact, not one but two weddings organised by Sahara and Slade were halted by him at the 11th hour in this jaw-dropping saga, with enough twists to fill an entire series of Downton Abbey.

‘The way that my daughter and I have been treated by Sir Ben is utterly shameful,’ says Sahara.

‘I know Ben wanted a boy but he didn’t know the sex of the baby when he cancelled our second wedding. Would he have had a change of heart if I’d had a son? Only Ben knows that. But he has shown no interest in meeting Violet. His behaviour is devastating.’

Sahara Sunday Spain poses for a snap with the future father of her child during a garden party. They met via an an elite co-parenting and used IVF from sperm frozen 20 years ago to conceive their child

Sahara Sunday Spain poses for a snap with the future father of her child during a garden party. They met via an an elite co-parenting and used IVF from sperm frozen 20 years ago to conceive their child

WITH her delightful daughter wriggling happily on her lap, Sahara looks like any proud new mother.

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But while she patently adores her little girl, she is still processing the extraordinary events of the last two years that propelled her into the bizarre world of one of Britain’s most colourful aristocrats — only for her to be ruthlessly expelled and left to pick up the pieces.

And while Sahara is clearly angry about the way that she and Violet have been treated, she insists: ‘I don’t hate Ben. Part of me will always love him. I’m grateful he’s given me Violet who is my world now. I just regret that it’s ended like this.’

Given their relationship disintegrated amid accusations of gold-digging, it’s something of an irony that we are talking in the great hall of the 16th-century fairytale chateau in Normandy where Sahara and Violet are currently living with Sahara’s mother, U.S. photographer and anthropologist Elisabeth Sunday.

‘It’s laughable that his relatives accused me of wanting to marry Ben for his castle and his money,’ says Sahara.

‘Ben doesn’t have any money. I knew that from the start. He’s land-rich and cash poor. And if all I wanted was a castle, well, I already had that right here.’

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Sahara and Slade were introduced in March 2020 via a London agency for those seeking a co-parent to have a child with. Both paid the agency’s £10,000 fee. While Slade’s reasons for joining are obvious, Sahara, who was only 28 at the time, was just as desperate for a baby although for different reasons.

Diagnosed with endometriosis so severe that it required frequent hospital stays, she was advised by gynaecologists either to undergo a hysterectomy or to start a family.

‘I always wanted children,’ she explains, ‘so I really didn’t want a hysterectomy.’

With her health deteriorating, she urgently needed to find someone to have a child with.

Sir Benjamin Slade's castle to go with his manor house and baronetcy. In Slade's hunt for the perfect 'breeder,' he discussed how she would have to be 'castle-trained'

Sir Benjamin Slade’s castle to go with his manor house and baronetcy. In Slade’s hunt for the perfect ‘breeder,’ he discussed how she would have to be ‘castle-trained’

She discussed the possibility of shared parenthood with a close male friend but he wasn’t interested. She joined conventional online dating sites, but men were put off by her desire to start a family straight away.

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Sahara was in London for specialist medical treatment when a friend recommended the agency for ‘single and successful’ people who would ‘love to be a parent’. She was told only the first names of potential fathers and spoke to three candidates on the phone.

‘They were very much talking about having a child in a couple of years time and I was very clear that I needed to act faster. I needed someone to take a leap of faith with me.’

When she finally spoke to Slade, he appeared to offer her just that. All she knew was that he was ‘Ben’ — she had no idea that he had a title or a vast estate — and that there was an enormous age gap between them.

‘At the time I actually thought that was a positive because an older man would want kids as badly as I did,’ she says.

And when they first spoke on the phone, Sahara found Slade to be ‘charming and funny. When Ben is on form, he’s so much fun,’ she says.

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Slade immediately invited her to stay and said he’d send a car to pick her up from her rented house in North London. Sahara agreed. ‘He said he lived in a big house with lots of rooms, which made me feel better about staying there because I’d have my own space. He said we should meet and see how we got on, all of which seemed sensible. I packed for a long weekend.’

She had no idea of Sir Ben’s notoriety or of his archaic views on women. Neither did she know that he was embroiled in an industrial tribunal with two former employees who accused him of appalling treatment while they were pregnant and on maternity leave. They won their case and a judge later described him as ‘misogynistic, malicious, cynical and nasty’.

One of Slade’s friends drove to London to collect her the next day. Sahara says they arrived at Maunsel, the 13th-century manor house near Taunton that’s been in his family since 1831, just as he swept into the driveway in his Bentley, a move she believes was designed to impress her. ‘The whole thing was surreal,’ she says.

Slade very quickly started talking about marriage and children — and Sahara found herself warming to him.

‘He said: “I need to pass down the title to an heir” and I thought to myself: “Excellent. It sounds like you really want children and so do I.” He didn’t want to mess around. I was happy that it would be a mutually beneficial thing. Looking back, I was naive.’

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Maunsel, the 13th-century manor house near Taunton has been in the Slade family since 1831. Sahara was keen to have a baby as soon as possible at the age of 28 because she was advised by gynaecologists either to undergo a hysterectomy or to start a family

Maunsel, the 13th-century manor house near Taunton has been in the Slade family since 1831. Sahara was keen to have a baby as soon as possible at the age of 28 because she was advised by gynaecologists either to undergo a hysterectomy or to start a family

During early conversations with Slade, there was no discussion about titles, money, inheritance or even how the baby might be conceived. Sahara says she was utterly unfazed later, when she realised that if they married she could take the title Lady Slade. ‘I have my own name,’ she says, ‘and I use it professionally. I wouldn’t have changed it.’

(She is also descended from the same Spencer family as Princess Diana through her maternal line.)

With a career as a composer and musical theatre librettist, which saw her dividing her time between London, New York and Paris, Sahara had a good life. But she was happy to settle in Britain if it meant becoming a mother — not that she could have foreseen how quickly things developed.

Events overtook them just after she arrived when, on Monday, March 23, the first coronavirus lockdown came into force. But with Boris Johnson stating that restrictions might well be relaxed in three weeks, Sahara decided to stay put at Maunsel, not realising she’d end up stuck there for three months.

‘I thought I might as well stay with Ben for a few weeks and give it a chance,’ she says.

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With his wedding hire business in freefall, she says Slade was in a terrible state. ‘It was a complete catastrophe. Weddings and events were being cancelled. People wanted refunds. There was paperwork everywhere, so I jumped right in to help.’

In a way, this time of crisis brought them closer together. They would take long walks around the grounds and have dinner together, giving them a chance to discuss the future.

‘We talked about what we both wanted. He was specifically looking for somebody who was going to take care of him. I wanted to have a baby and continue with my music career. I thought that I could do that. I wasn’t put off by the thought of caring for him.’

But what of romance? ‘There are different kinds of love,’ she says, thoughtfully. ‘I thought we could make it work as good friends. It wasn’t a fiery passion but it was no less valid as the basis for a family.’ However when lockdown restrictions eased in June 2020, Sahara left. ‘I felt he was stringing me along,’ she says. ‘I couldn’t get a straight answer from him about having a baby together so I rented a car and left.’

A week later Slade phoned her.

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‘He said: “I need you, I can’t do without you.” I said: “I can’t just be your secretary. I need more than that. You said you wanted marriage and a baby. I need commitment from you.”

‘I grew up without a father and I felt that if I was bringing a baby into the world, then I owed that child stability,’ she explains.

With no memories of her own father — U.S. killer Johnny Spain, a former member of the Black Panthers political movement, who divorced her mother when she was three — Sahara was determined that any child of hers should know both its parents.

While there was no romantic proposal, she says Slade reassured her about his intentions in a letter he wrote to her and so she moved back to Maunsel where he began introducing her as his partner.

When Covid restrictions permitted, they hosted dinner parties.

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‘His friends were incredibly interesting and most of them were very welcoming,’ she says. The arrangement might have been unconventional but to begin with, at least, it worked. While Sahara says that she, Slade and his beloved Jack Russell, Bolly, often shared a four-poster bed, their relationship was affectionate rather than sexual. Did she love him? ‘I cared about him. We were planning to create a family together, that’s a type of love.’

They planned to try for a baby together as soon as the IVF clinic where Slade’s sperm was stored re-opened. They discussed names.

She laughingly recalls: ‘He said: “What about Cuthbert?” I said: “What about — not Cuthbert?” ’

She says that it was around this time that Slade’s nephew and niece — ‘the Cayzers’ — began to visit. Multimillionaire businessman the Hon Charles Cayzer, and his sister, interior designer the Hon Robina Debarge are the children of Slade’s late, older sister Sarah.

Sahara’s mother Elisabeth (pictured above with her daughter and granddaughter) phoned Slade to tell him he was a father of a little girl. Elisabeth recalls how ‘underwhelmed’ he was.

Sahara’s mother Elisabeth (pictured above with her daughter and granddaughter) phoned Slade to tell him he was a father of a little girl. Elisabeth recalls how ‘underwhelmed’ he was.

Sahara recalls how they used to come to Maunsel to speak to Slade in private.

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Sensing their hostility towards her, Sahara says she spoke to Robina.

‘I said she had the wrong impression about me. I said: “I understand you’re concerned about the age difference, so let’s talk. Let me assuage your fears.” She seemed totally uninterested in that.

‘She just kept saying: “Why Ben? You’re a young woman. Why would you want to take care of him?” I said: “When someone is your partner, you take care of them.” ’

Against these family tensions, Slade and Sahara agreed that they would marry only after Sahara became pregnant, which she did after one round of IVF at the London Women’s…

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Monkeypox hits Europe: Portugal says five men have virus while Spain probes eight suspected cases

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Monkeypox has now been spotted in Portugal and Spain, in what could be the first global outbreak of the rare disease.

Spain is monitoring eight men who it believes are infected, with tests being carried out to confirm they have the virus.

All of the men are gay or bisexual, according to local media, and most were detected at STI clinics in Madrid.

Five men in Portugal have also tested positive and at least 15 more cases are being investigated, health officials there said today.

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These cases are all male and mostly ‘young’ — but it is not yet clear how they caught the virus.

Until now, monkeypox cases were confined to travellers and their relatives returning from western and central Africa, where the virus is endemic.

But experts now fear it is spreading more widely for the first time, after seven Britons were diagnosed in the past fortnight. 

Six of them appear to have been infected in the UK and the majority are not linked, which suggests more cases are going undetected. Health chiefs are scrambling to find the source of the cases.

Four of the British patients are gay or bisexual men, and officials say the pattern of transmission is ‘highly suggestive of spread in sexual networks’. 

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Dr Simon Clarke, a microbiologist at the University of Reading, told MailOnline he suspects UK case numbers are already ‘in the tens’.

But he insisted the disease will not spread like Covid, adding: ‘I would be surprised if we ever got to more than 100 cases [in Britain]’.

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection which causes unusual rashes or lesions (shown in a handout provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the US

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection which kills up to one in ten of those infected but does not spread easily between people. The tropical disease is endemic in parts of Africa and is known for its rare and unusual rashes, bumps and lesions (file photo)

Seven Britons have been diagnosed with monkeypox and six of them appear to have contracted it in the UK — in a sign the virus is spreading in the community. The seventh UK patient had brought the virus back from Nigeria, where the disease is widespread. At least three patients are receiving care at specialist NHS units in London and Newcastle

Seven Britons have been diagnosed with monkeypox and six of them appear to have contracted it in the UK — in a sign the virus is spreading in the community. The seventh UK patient had brought the virus back from Nigeria, where the disease is widespread. At least three patients are receiving care at specialist NHS units in London and Newcastle

US monitors six people who shared flight with UK monkeypox ‘patient zero’

Officials in the US are keeping tabs on six people who were in close contact with a UK monkeypox case.

The Americans were on the same flight as the patient who travelled from Nigeria to the Britain on May 4, and became the first case of the virus there. 

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The potential US cases sat within a three-row radius of his seat, according to Jennifer McQuiston, a senior CDC official.

She told STAT News the Americans will be monitored for 21 days.

McQuiston also warned that Britain’s current spate of cases could be the tip of the iceberg.

The lack of travel links and connections between UK cases suggest there are ‘unknown chains of transmission happening’, she said.

‘You have two clusters that have no link to travel or to other people who are known to be associated with a recognized outbreak. 

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‘It suggests that there are unknown chains of transmission happening.

‘If there appears to be unknown chains of transmission, it just puts us on alert to be thinking: Could this be spreading outside the UK?’

Regions across Spain have been put on alert following the announcement of eight suspected cases in Madrid.

Confirmation is still awaited from the National Centre for Microbiology but health chiefs say ‘great care must be taken.’

The country’s top public health doctor, Fernando Simón, said ‘it is not likely that monkeypox will generate a significant transmission but it cannot be ruled out’. 

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The Spanish health alert system has called on communities to notify public health services ‘urgently’ of patients with symptoms. 

He said it was now necessary to take extreme surveillance measures and investigate all the hypotheses about the routes of contagion.

Mr Simon was talking to the media in Valencia during the I International Summit on Pandemic Management.

Spanish newspaper El Pais says it has had access to health papers and that the health leaders have confirmed the investigation.

It claims most of the cases were detected at the Sandoval Health Centre in the capital, an STI clinic.

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The Spanish broadcaster RTVE said all eight of the patients were men who had homosexual relationships.

Meanwhile, the suspected cases in Portugal were all detected in the Lisbon and Tagus Valley region.

The men are said to be ‘stable’ and all suffering from ‘ulcerative lesions’, one of the tell-tale signs of the virus.

Portugal’s health ministry has issued a warning urging people with lesions and rashes to see a doctor.

When these symptoms appear, ‘direct physical contact’ should be avoided, officials added.

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Until now monkeypox had only ever been detected in four countries outside of Africa — the UK, US, Israel and Singapore.

All of the cases had travel links back to Nigeria and Ghana.

Infections are more common in central and western Africa, where they can result from direct contact with infected animals.

Health experts investigating the new monkeypox outbreak in Britain believe the virus may be spreading sexually between people for the first time.

It was thought that monkeypox could only be passed on through close contact with the likes of body fluids, respiratory droplets and lesions.

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Nurses and doctors are being advised to stay 'alert' to patients who present with a new rash or scabby lesions (like above)

Nurses and doctors are being advised to stay ‘alert’ to patients who present with a new rash or scabby lesions (like above)

But an expert from the UK Health Security Agency said the latest UK cases ‘appear to have acquired the infection via sexual contact’.

Dr Mateo Prochazka, who leads the UKHSA team which is investigating monkeypox, described this route of transmission as ‘novel’.

Seven people have been diagnosed with the virus in England over the past two weeks, five of which are in London.

STI clinics bring social distancing BACK ‘as patients with monkeypox rash mistake it for syphilis’ 

Sexual health clinics have reintroduced social distancing amid fears about a spate of monkeypox cases in the UK.

At least one practice in West London had already brought in stricter infection control measures yesterday, before the total number of British cases rose to seven.

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Patients were told to keep a one-metre distance in the waiting room and were asked if they had any unusual bumps or rashes prior to each appointment.

Monkeypox can be mistaken for syphilis or other common rash illnesses, making it difficult to diagnose early. 

A health source told MailOnline the stricter measures were not part of new national guidance but they could not rule out some NHS boards ‘putting in measures locally’. 

UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) bosses have now written to regional NHS teams telling them to stock up on PPE and be on alert for patients with a new rash.

Four are gay or bisexual men and only one has recent travel links to a country where the virus is endemic, which is ‘highly suggestive’ of spread in ‘sexual networks’, Dr Prochazka added.

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Writing on Twitter, he said: ‘Transmission is not easy but can happen person to person from direct contact with lesions, or respiratory secretions.

‘The closer and longer the contact, the more likely it is to transmit.

‘Close contact between two people (such as during sex) could also facilitate transmission – but this has never been described before.

‘However, the high proportion of cases in the current outbreak in England that are gay or bisexual (4/7, 57%) is highly suggestive of spread in sexual networks.

‘This is further suggested by the fact that common contacts have been identified for only 2 of the 4 latest cases.’ Dr Prochazka continued: ‘Finding monkeypox cases that do not have travel links is rare, and suggestive of importation followed by some extent of community transmission.

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‘This situation is being rapidly assessed.

‘What is even more bizarre is finding cases that appear to have acquired the infection via sexual contact – this is a novel route of transmission that will have implications for outbreak response and control.’ 

Sexual health services are now working to identify more cases, control its spread and tackle potential stigma.

Other experts said further research is necessary before it will be possible to conclude if the virus is sexually transmissible.

Other infections that are not technically STIs but can spread during sex include shigella.

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Monkeypox can kill up to one in ten people who get it but the new cases have the West African variant, which is deadly for around one in 100.

Initial symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches, backache, swollen lymph nodes, chills and exhaustion.

A rash can develop, often beginning on the face, then spreading to other parts of the body including the genitals.

The rash changes and goes through different stages, and can look like chickenpox or syphilis, before finally forming a scab, which later falls off.

EVERYTHING you need to know about monkeypox: Strain spreading in UK ‘transmits through sex’ and is about as deadly as the Wuhan Covid variant — but UK doesn’t have a vaccine

What is monkeypox?

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Monkeypox is a rare viral infection which people usually pick up in the tropical areas of west and central Africa.

It is usually spread through direct contact with animals such as squirrels, which are known to harbour the virus.

However, it can also be transmitted through very close contact with an infected person. 

Monkeypox was first discovered when an outbreak of a pox-like disease occurred in monkeys kept for research in 1958.

The first human case was recorded in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the infection has been reported in a number of central and western African countries since then.

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Only a handful of cases have been reported outside of Africa and they are normally confined to people with travel links to the continent.

How deadly is it?

Monkeypox is usually mild, with most patients recovering within a few weeks without treatment. Yet, the disease can prove fatal.

Monkeypox kills up to 10 per cent of people it infects.

However, with milder strains the fatality rate is closer to one in 100 — similar to when Covid first hit.

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The UK cases all had the West African strain of the virus, which is mild compared to the Central African strain. 

Is there a cure?

There are no specific treatments available for monkeypox infection.

However, because monkeypox virus is closely related to the virus that causes smallpox, jabs for smallpox can also protect people from getting monkeypox.

One vaccine, Jynneos, also known as Imvamune or Imvanex, has been licensed in the US to prevent monkeypox, but it’s not approved in the UK.

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The vaccine was shown to be around 85 per cent effective in preventing monkeypox.

Antivirals and pooled blood from individuals vaccinated against smallpox can be used to treat severe cases.

What is the situation with the current UK outbreak?

Seven cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in the UK between May 6 and 15. 

Six of the infected Brits had not recently travelled abroad, suggesting there is transmission between people in the UK for the first time.

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Some of the cases are believed to have caught the virus through sex — which health experts have described as ‘bizarre’.

Monkeypox was not thought to spread via sexual intercourse but through close contact with lesions or respiratory droplets. However, just because it can spread during sex does not mean it is the virus’ primary route of transmission, nor does it make it an STI.

The NHS is tracking down contacts of those infected to identify additional cases, as it is not clear how all of the infected people caught Monkeypox.

Health leaders are also working with international agencies to determine if similar outbreaks are occurring elsewhere. 

What do we know about the British cases so far?

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Five are based in London, one in the South East, and one in the North East. 

The first case was confirmed on May 7 in an individual who had recently travelled to Nigeria. 

They received care at the expert infectious disease unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in London.

Two more cases in London were announced on May 14. The infected pair live together in the same household but had not been in contact with the case announced one week earlier.

One of these individuals is receiving care at the expert infectious disease unit at St Mary’s Hospital in London. The other is isolating at home and does not need hospital treatment.

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Four more cases were announced on May 16, bringing the UK total to seven.

Two of the cases were in London, with the other two in the North East and South East of England.

The most recent four cases have no known connections with the earlier three cases, but two of them were known to each other.

The four new cases were in gay and bisexual men.

Mateo Prochazka, an STI expert and head of UKHSA team probing the outbreak, claimed the pattern of spread is ‘highly suggestive of spread in…

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Kerry Katona revela que planea comenzar una nueva vida en España con su pareja Ryan Mahoney

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“Es probable que pasemos otros 12 meses en el Reino Unido”: Kerry Katona revela que planea mudarse para comenzar una nueva vida en España con su pareja Ryan Mahoney después de una temporada en el hospital

Kerry Katona ha revelado que planea comenzar una nueva vida en España con su pareja Ryan Mahoney el lunes.

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La ex estrella de Atomic Kitten, de 41 años, espera encontrar la casa de sus sueños y planea ‘mirar escuelas pronto’ lista para lo grande en el extranjero.

Kerry detalló cómo espera reubicarse en su último OK! Columna de revista por esta época el próximo año.

Nuevos comienzos: Kerry Katona ha revelado que planea comenzar una nueva vida en España con su pareja Ryan Mahoney el lunes.

Ella reveló: “Es probable que hagamos otros 12 meses en el Reino Unido”.

Resplandeciente: la ex estrella de Atomic Kitten, de 41 años, detalló cómo espera mudarse en su último OK!  Columna de revista para esta época el próximo año (en la foto de 2020)

Resplandeciente: la ex estrella de Atomic Kitten, de 41 años, detalló cómo espera mudarse en su último OK! Columna de revista para esta época el próximo año (en la foto de 2020)

La ex cantante explicó cómo fue a Londres por trabajo la semana pasada y el largo viaje la desanimó para quedarse en el Reino Unido debido a que el viaje tomó un día completo.

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Ella agregó: ‘Puedes subirte a un avión y estar en Marbella en menos tiempo. Entonces, ese es nuestro plan. Es emocionante.’

Familia: Kerry tiene cinco hijos de relaciones anteriores y espera encontrar la casa de sus sueños y planea 'mirar escuelas pronto' lista para más en el extranjero (en la foto en 2019)

Familia: Kerry tiene cinco hijos de relaciones anteriores y espera encontrar la casa de sus sueños y planea ‘mirar escuelas pronto’ lista para más en el extranjero (en la foto en 2019)

Luego, la estrella dijo que quiere despertarse con un sol glorioso todos los días y cree que sería una vida agradable en el extranjero.

Ella continuó: ‘Comenzaremos a buscar escuelas pronto para tener una idea de en qué nos estamos metiendo.

“Gran parte de mi trabajo está en línea ahora, por lo que tiene sentido pensar en un nuevo comienzo”.

Emocionante: la ex cantante explicó cómo fue a Londres por trabajo la semana pasada y el largo viaje la desanimó para quedarse en el Reino Unido debido a que el viaje tomó un día entero (en la foto con Ryan)

Emocionante: la ex cantante explicó cómo fue a Londres por trabajo la semana pasada y el largo viaje la desanimó para quedarse en el Reino Unido debido a que el viaje tomó un día entero (en la foto con Ryan)

Kerry tiene cinco hijos de relaciones anteriores, Molly Marie McFadden, 20, Lilly-Sue McFadden, 19, Heidi Croft, 15, Maxwell Croft, 14 y Dylan-Jorge Kay, ocho.

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Se produce después de que Kerry generó preocupación después de revelar que ingresó en el hospital la semana pasada.

Tomando sus historias de Instagram en las primeras horas de la mañana del sábado para compartir un chasquido de su brazo conectado a un catéter venoso periférico, que se usa para la administración de medicamentos y líquidos.

Mal: se produce después de que Kerry generó preocupación después de revelar que ingresó en el hospital la semana pasada.

Mal: se produce después de que Kerry generó preocupación después de revelar que ingresó en el hospital la semana pasada.

Al subtitular la publicación, Kerry escribió: “Realmente no estoy donde quiero estar”, junto con tres emojis de caras tristes.

La estrella no reveló qué le pasaba y cuánto tiempo había estado en el hospital.

MailOnline se ha puesto en contacto con los representantes de Kerry para obtener comentarios.

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Preocupación: Tomando sus historias de Instagram en la madrugada del sábado para compartir un chasquido de su brazo conectado a un catéter venoso periférico, que se usa para la administración de medicamentos y líquidos.

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La reina Letizia de España luce glamurosa con un vestido de encaje mientras ella y el rey Felipe organizan una cena de gala en Madrid

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Impresionante en plata! La reina Letizia de España deslumbra con un vestido de encaje metalizado mientras se une al rey Felipe para dar la bienvenida al emir de Qatar y su esposa a una cena de estado en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

  • La Reina Letizia se unió a su esposo, el Rey Felipe, para organizar una cena de gala esta noche.
  • La pareja recibió al emir jeque Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani de Qatar para una visita de estado
  • Letizia, de 49 años, lució un elegante vestido de encaje de croché durante la cena en el Palacio Real

La reina Letizia de España realizó una exhibición glamorosa cuando ella y el rey Felipe ofrecieron una lujosa cena de gala en honor a la visita de estado real de Qatar.

La pareja real recibió al Emir de Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani y a su esposa Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

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Letizia, madre de dos hijos, de 49 años, optó por un elegante vestido plateado largo hasta el suelo con encaje de ganchillo y mangas de capa dramáticas cuando saludó a sus invitados reales esta noche.

La visita de la realeza qatarí se produce más de diez años después de la última visita de Estado qatarí a España, que llevó a cabo el entonces emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani y su esposa, la jequesa Mozah bint Nasser, padres del actual gobernante.

La reina Letizia de España fue la imagen del glamour cuando ella y el rey Felipe ofrecieron una lujosa cena de gala en honor a la visita de estado real de Qatar.

Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani lució igualmente elegante durante la gala, optando por un conjunto negro con deslumbrantes detalles plateados combinados con un par de aretes llamativos.

Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani lució igualmente elegante durante la gala, optando por un conjunto negro con deslumbrantes detalles plateados combinados con un par de aretes llamativos.

La Reina Letizia se reunió con la Presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, en una lujosa gala en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

La Reina Letizia se reunió con la Presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, en una lujosa gala en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

La reina Letizia de España compartió un dulce momento con el rey Felipe al recibir a sus invitados antes de una cena de gala celebrada en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

La reina Letizia de España compartió un dulce momento con el rey Felipe al recibir a sus invitados antes de una cena de gala celebrada en el Palacio Real de Madrid.

Luciendo típicamente elegante, Letizia barrió sus cabellos castaños hacia atrás en un elegante peinado, agregando algo de brillo a su look con un par de zapatos plateados. pendientes de lágrima.

Manteniendo su apariencia simple, combinó el vestido con un delicado broche azul en forma de cinta y un solo anillo geométrico de oro.

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Optó por un look de maquillaje glamuroso para la cena, con un ojo ahumado pesado con sombra de ojos oscura y delineador combinado con una pizca de bronceador y un toque de iluminador.

Felipe, de 54 años, lució igualmente elegante para la primera noche de la visita de dos días con un traje de etiqueta negro combinado con una camisa blanca, corbatín y chaleco.

La pareja real recibió al Emir de Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani y a su esposa Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani en el Palacio Real de Madrid durante su primera visita real a España desde 2011

La pareja real recibió al Emir de Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani y a su esposa Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani en el Palacio Real de Madrid durante su primera visita real a España desde 2011

Letizia, madre de dos hijos, de 49 años, optó por un elegante vestido plateado largo hasta el suelo con encaje de ganchillo y mangas de capa dramáticas cuando saludó a sus invitados reales esta noche.

Letizia, madre de dos hijos, de 49 años, optó por un elegante vestido plateado largo hasta el suelo con encaje de ganchillo y mangas de capa dramáticas cuando saludó a sus invitados reales esta noche.

Ambas parejas aparecieron muy animadas durante la primera visita del estado real de Qatar a España desde 2011.

Ambas parejas aparecieron muy animadas durante la primera visita del estado real de Qatar a España desde 2011.

Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Thani lució igualmente elegante durante la gala, optando por un conjunto negro con deslumbrantes detalles plateados combinados con un par de aretes llamativos.

Hoy temprano, la pareja llegó al Palacio Real de El Pardo para una espectacular ceremonia de recepción en honor a su visita.

El acto contó con el repaso al batallón de honor de la Guardia Real acompañado por el Jefe del Estado Mayor de la Defensa, el Jefe del Cuartel Militar de la Casa de Su Majestad el Rey y el Jefe del batallón.

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La pareja real de Qatar se reunió con Letizia y Felipe en el Salón de Génova para una breve sesión informativa, antes de dirigirse al Palacio de La Zarzuela, donde el Rey Felipe mantuvo una reunión con el Emir del Estado de Qatar seguido de un almuerzo con la Reina Letizia y la Jequesa.

La reina Letizia le da la mano al presidente del Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, en la cena de gala de esta noche.

La reina Letizia le da la mano al presidente del Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, en la cena de gala de esta noche.

El presidente del Gobierno de España, Pedro Sánchez, estrecha la mano del emir de Qatar, el jeque Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, en la cena de gala de esta noche.

El presidente del Gobierno de España, Pedro Sánchez, estrecha la mano del emir de Qatar, el jeque Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, en la cena de gala de esta noche.

Felipe, de 54 años, lució igual de elegante durante la primera noche de la visita de dos días con un traje de etiqueta negro combinado con una camisa blanca, corbatín y chaleco.

Felipe, de 54 años, lució igual de elegante durante la primera noche de la visita de dos días con un traje de etiqueta negro combinado con una camisa blanca, corbatín y chaleco.

La realeza española se mostró de buen humor a pesar de sus apretadas agendas en las que el rey Felipe regresó de Oriente Medio en menos de una semana.

Se unió a miembros de la realeza y presidentes de todo el mundo, incluido el Príncipe William, para expresar sus condolencias al nuevo presidente de los Emiratos Árabes Unidos por la muerte del jeque Khalifa Bin Zayed al Nahyan.

Tras la visita de estado de Qatar, él y Letizia tienen por delante una semana ajetreada que incluye el primer Foro Hispanoárabe de Servicio Público Audiovisual, organizado por RTVE con el objetivo de fortalecer y establecer vínculos con la comunidad árabe.

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