Katie Holmes’ Boyfriend Emilio Vitolo Jr. Celebrates Her ‘Vogue’ Cover

first_img“Emilio is into Katie. Whenever he’s asked about her, he blushes and smiles,” the insider added. “They are always laughing when they’re together. It’s constant smiles and loving looks between them and Emilio’s friends more than approve of Katie. They think she’s so great for him.”Emilio Vitolo Jr Celebrates His Katie Holmes New Australian Vogue CoverKatie Holmes and Emilio Vitolo Jr. LRNYC/MEGAA separate source told Us that Holmes is “absolutely head over heels in love with Emilio,” and she has “wanted a stable guy in her life for a while and has found that with him.”The Batman Begins actress’ romance with Vitolo Jr. comes after her long-term relationship with beau Jamie Foxx, to whom she split from in 2019 after six years of dating. In September, an insider revealed that Holmes “has no ill will toward Jamie, but she has completely moved on from him and just thinks of Jamie in a friend type of way now.”- Advertisement – Rooting for his baby! Katie Holmes’ boyfriend, Emilio Vitolo Jr., congratulated her on her new Vogue Australia cover in the cutest way.Holmes’ chef beau, 33, gushed about her while sharing the cover to his Instagram Story, writing: “YAZZZ BABY 😍 😍 😍 😍.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The Dawson’s Creek alum, 41, stunned in an edgy cover shoot for Vogue Australia’s November 2020 issue. Instead of being interviewed by the publication, Holmes wrote about the “truths” she has “discovered during the global shutdown and of finding new beginnings.”Emilio Vitolo Jr Celebrates His Katie Holmes New Australian Vogue CoverBec Parsons/Vogue AustraliaThroughout the pandemic, Holmes said that she was able to “to live for a moment in time without the pressure of results and instead appreciate the natural rhythms of mother and daughter was the most precious gift,” referencing the 14-year-old child she shares with ex-husband Tom Cruise. She also has gained a “heightened awareness of each moment and really taking it in and appreciating it.”The Logan Lucky actress was first linked to Vitolo Jr. in September. Early last month, a source exclusively told Us Weekly that the duo “act like young teens in love” when they are together.- Advertisement – The 52-year-old Just Mercy actor, for his part, is “happy” for his former girlfriend, a source told Us. Foxx has “moved on and is unbothered by Katie and Emilio’s romance.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!last_img read more

‘Operation Greyhound’ nets ‘contraband’ in Aklan jail

first_imgTheinvestigation centered on the escape of a certain JR Ruiz who bolted jail byclimbing into a concrete wall of the Aklan Rehabilitation Center last monthwhile his fellow inmates were attending a religious service inside thefacility. He was re-arrested a week after.  KALIBO,Aklan – The municipal police station here with the Special Weapons and TacticsUnit conducted an “Operation Greyhound” to the inmates and personnel of theBureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).    Sariana,who was a former jail warden of the Negros District Jail in Kabankalan City,Negros Occidental, replaced Senior Inspector Denver Beltran, who wasre-assigned to Barotac Viejo, Iloilo, following a series of escape incidents atthe BJMP under his command. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Aklan then createdan investigating body for the alleged lapses.  Some recovered items from inmates and jail officers of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology-Aklan after an “Operation Greyhound.” The subjects were also found negative for “substance abuse.” MALBERTS DALIDA/88.5FM/RADYOTODOAKLAN/PN Around36 inmates with 22 personnel of the BJMP-Aklan were found negative forsubstance abuse after they were subjected into an on-the-spot drug testing. BJMP-Aklanwarden Senior Inspector Felix Sarania said the operation also yielded “nuisancecontraband” including improvised lighter and heater, cans, nails, and woods. Anotherinmate, Igmedio Tropa, who is facing murder charges, escaped custody inBatangas while being escorted to a court hearing in Manila. The BJMP iscurrently conducting a manhunt operation against him.(With Noel Cabobos/88.5FM/RadyotodoAklan/PN)last_img read more

Villas-Boas leads Marseille back into Champions League but doubts linger over future

first_imgSpending since American tycoon Frank McCourt — the former Los Angeles Dodgers owner — bought the club in 2016 has been way beyond the limits set out in UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules.They lost 91 million euros ($98m) last season and that will be compounded by further losses this season, made worse by the coronavirus crisis.UEFA announced in March that Marseille had been referred to the adjudicatory chamber of their Club Financial Control Body for not complying with an agreement to balance their books.The club had already signed a “settlement agreement” which set out that Marseille would have to play with a reduced squad in their next European campaign and pay back up to four million euros of any prize money.Now further sanctions are inevitable, with sports daily L’Equipe suggesting they could even be excluded from the next Champions League.“When I bought OM, I knew there would be highs and lows,” said McCourt recently, emphasising his “long-term vision”.With a wage bill last season of 127 million euros, Marseille must sell players, and want those who remain to accept pay cuts. Villas-Boas says he needs a competitive team if he is to stay.He also wants to be sure sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta, the ex-Barcelona and Spain goalkeeper, stays before committing to a second season at the Velodrome, even if he is settled on France’s Mediterranean coast.“I want to understand more or less where we are going, how much we can invest. Whether the club wants me, or if they don’t, in which case it will not be a problem,” said Villas-Boas, who is due back in France next week.Share on: WhatsApp Andre Villas-Boas has taken Marseille to second place in Ligue 1 in his first, shortened, season in charge. But will he stay put at a club with big financial problems?Marseille, France | AFP |  The decision to end the French Ligue 1 season early brought celebrations in Marseille, who are looking forward to a return to the Champions League thanks to the fine work done by coach Andre Villas-Boas, but it remains to be seen if he will stay at a club with major financial problems.Marseille were second when the season was suspended in mid-March with 10 games remaining. They were well behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain but well clear of the chasing pack, so nobody disputes they are worthy runners-up after the French government dashed hopes of the campaign restarting.In an Instagram post, Villas-Boas called it an “extraordinary achievement”. Marseille have not been in the Champions League since 2013, but they had finished fifth last season under Rudi Garcia and Villas-Boas knew he was arriving at a club with little money to spend.He had to do without arguably Marseille’s best player, the winger Florian Thauvin, for almost the whole campaign because of injury, but the Portuguese has breathed new life into the careers of Dimitri Payet and goalkeeper Steve Mandanda.In addition, he has got the best out of those new faces who did come in, like Spanish defender Alvaro Gonzalez and ex-Boca Juniors striker Dario Benedetto.The former Porto, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur coach has rebuilt his own reputation by reviving a club that is wildly popular across France and remains the country’s only winners of the Champions League having taken the inaugural edition in 1993.Now, a decade after they last won Ligue 1, they are heading back to Europe’s top table, but their ability to compete with the continent’s best is in doubt because of their financial situation, and there is uncertainty surrounding Villas-Boas’s future as a result.“I am very happy in Marseille. I don’t want to look for another club. I don’t want to go back to the Premier League,” the 42-year-old told RMC radio from his native Portugal, where he has been spending lockdown.“I obviously want to go into the Champions League with Marseille, but…if the conditions are not there for us to do a good job, I don’t think it’s worth it.”– UEFA sanctions loom –last_img read more