Date: 2017-11-18 00:50
After her breakup with Schreiber, Watts told the magazine, "There are good days and bad days." The amicable exes remain on "great terms," of course. "We're trying to do our absolute best for the sake of the children, and we hope to keep moving forward in that way. "He's a fantastic dad, a wonderful, wonderful man, and we still want the absolute best for each other."
“Hundreds of people went carrying placards saying “No Gypsies!”, my grandson was saying “but I’m a Gypsy”, and was in tears.
"It's different if he didn't see it. He's claimed he saw something that didn't happen which is the hardest part to take about it.
When the case went before magistrates, the two families were photographed brawling in the street outside the courthouse and eight men were arrested.
The carriage was followed by 66 white limousines to take her family to the church. Roads came to a standstill as police stopped traffic to let the cortege pass.
A gypsy and traveller community have vowed to fight council plans to move them from their home of 95 years to another part of the capital.
Florist Sian Davies, who runs Sian's Flowers in Troedyrhiw, said she spent around two weeks getting the flowers sorted for the funeral, with help from Gordon Jones, from Cottage Garden in Nelson, and Toni, from The Lily Pad Florist in Penarth.
The mum-of-seven, who did not want to be named, said two of her nieces, who were also brought up on the site, had also been diagnosed with cancer. Despite the health concerns, she said the community shouldn’t be forced to move.
Her sister, who did not want to be named, lives on a “slab” at Rover Way with her children and 99-year-old brother, who was left bed-ridden after being hit by a truck.