had to wait until last week before her spousal visa came through and she could move to the UK to be with Adam.
As part of M People, hits such as Moving On Up, One Night In Heaven and Search For The Hero and albums like Elegant Slumming, Bizarre Fruit and Fresco achieving massive worldwide success, Heather
became one of the seminal British voices of the 1990s, with the band winning the Best British Dance Act Award at the Brits in 1994 and 1995, as well as the Mercury Music Prize for Elegant Slumming.
is seemingly just being friendly to Janet, both Kibby (Chloe Bridges) and Nina (Camille Guaty) are questioning Heather
, of Johnstone, Renfrewshire, had fallen for Adonis when they worked as entertainers at a hotel in the Dominican Republic.
described the treatment as "a miracle", as it made her sweat "like a normal person".
, who grew up in the small mining village of Pontyberem in Carmarthenshire, moved to London in 1963 to be with her childhood sweetheart, Eiddon, who was training to be a doctor.
As Isla is a girl and Heather
the pig is female, perhaps the story would appeal more to girls, but it is a great adventure though.
said she was trying to make a healthy decision by picking a mushroom risotto from Tesco's Light Choices range - but now she vows never to eat ready meals again.
brought the salon at Newsome Road South from a hairdresser who was retiring.
Her father Alan Naylor, 79, last saw Heather
at Easter when she made a trip with her children to the Isle of Wight to visit him.
, 50, was found dead at her home two weeks ago in Gosforth, Newcastle.
grades her papers and from time to time sips from a cup of tea on the desk in front of her.
Just four years ago, Heather
Bryson was twirling her tassles and reciting risqu poetry round the pubs.
CHILDREN'S nanny Sara Trumble thought she'd landed the dream job when she was taken on by Heather
Mills and Sir Paul McCartney to look after their daughter Beatrice.
AFTER selling several million records, winning two Brit Awards and the Mercury Music Prize, performing across the globe and recording a track that's become an unofficial national anthem - international even - Heather
Small is making her return to the stage.