“To wake up every single day so in love, happy and fulfilled — being a hopeless romantic I never gave up,” the reality star wrote. “I just adore @therealtarekelmoussa and the kids so much. Tarek gave me the job of picking out the outfits for our family Christmas shoot. He said ‘I’ll wear whatever you bring home’ hahaha and well … I decided on matching jammies. And look how cute he looks.”While the pair had a “stressful” day “wrangling” Taylor and Brayden into their outfits, Young concluded, “I wouldn’t have it any other way. Love my new little family!!!”- Advertisement – Dressed to impress! Tarek El Moussa, Heather Rae Young and more celebrity parents have proudly posed for pics in matching family pajamas over the years.The Flip or Flop star donned a red plaid onesie in his December 2019 Christmas card, and his son, Brayden, wore a smaller version. As for his fiancée, the Selling Sunset star matched her future stepdaughter in red onesies. Taylor accessorized hers with a green hair bow.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “I can’t tell you how long I’ve been waiting to post a photo just like this. As you know, life has been pretty tough on me since 2013,” the Flip Your Life author captioned his Instagram upload at the time, referencing his previous health struggles and split from wife Christina Anstead. “I look at the last six years and sometimes wonder how I made it lol. It was extremely tough fighting two cancers, back surgery and a public divorce.”Meeting Young made the California native happy again, he gushed, explaining, “I honestly gave up on love until I saw @heatherraeyoung last summer on the boat next to mine. The second I laid eyes on her I knew there was something special about her and I was right! She is absolutely incredible and me and the babies love and adore her. Thank you @heatherraeyoung for coming into our life and making this photo possible.”The real estate agent shared the same sweet shot on her own Instagram account, writing that she had dreamt her “whole life” of having a family.- Advertisement – Brie Bella and her husband, Daniel Bryan, have also opted for matching PJs with their kids, Birdie and Buddy.“Keeping up with holiday traditions is important to [us] — especially since it’s Buddy’s first Christmas,” the former professional wrestler captioned a September 2020 Instagram slideshow. “So in love with these three.”Keep scrolling to see more celebrity parents wearing pajamas to match their kids, from Kylie Jenner to Sean Lowe.Brie BellaThe Total Bellas star and her family posed in front of their fireplace where four stockings were hung.
It is a process of examining the conditions and organization for the safe use of airport space, prescribed in accordance with the recommended health measures set out in the ACI Aviation Business Restart and Recovery Guidelines. In the procedure of assessment of all submitted evidence, Zagreb International Airport proved that it provides conditions for safe travel to all users, and received the Certificate: AIRPORT HEALTH ACCREDITATION, for the next 12 months. “We are extremely proud of the high achievement in the demanding process of verifying the management of all measures to protect against COVID-19 infection at the Franjo Tuđman Airport. With the certificate “safe airport in the conditions of COVID-19 pandemic” which we received among the first airports in Europe, we have proven our commitment to protect the health of passengers, employees and all users of our services, which is certainly a prerequisite for gradual recovery, said Huseyin Bahadir Bedir, President of the Management Board of Zagreb International Airport. Zagreb International Airport is one of the first European airports to successfully pass the accreditation program for the establishment of health security measures in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic The program is designed to identify and demonstrate the fact that airports are safe places to stay when traveling, and to take precautions to reduce any risk to passenger health. Zagreb International Airport has successfully passed the accreditation program for the establishment of health security measures in the conditions of COVID-19 at airports, developed by the Airports Council International (ACI World). Photo: Zagreb Airport
By John Burton |RED BANK – A routine traffic stop by a borough police officer last Wednesday evening netted a significant amount of illegal narcotics, thanks to the assistance of the department’s only four-legged officer.According to the department, a patrol officer stopped a vehicle on Oakland Street at approximately 8:30 p.m. on June 7.A rear seat passenger, later identified as Javhon Wells, allegedly fled the vehicle on foot carrying a black bag. While that officer was securing the vehicle and other passengers, another officer apprehended Wells in the area of the NJ Transit yard, Central Avenue. The officers then relied on the assistance of Hunter, the department’s K-9 officer, to scour the route taken by Wells.During the search, police said Hunter located the black bag. Authorities said that bag contained 500 decks of heroin and seven large bags of marijuana. A search of Wells revealed he was allegedly carrying 81 bars of Xanax, for which Wells did not have a medical prescription.Xanax is a controlled substance that is prescribed to treat anxiety and panic disorders.Police charged Wells, a 30-year-old Long Branch resident, with three counts each of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS); possession of CDS with intent to distribute; and possession of CDS with intent to distribute in a school zone. Police also charged Wells with resisting arrest by flight and trespassing.Wells was taken to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold.The department initiated its K-9 unit in early 2015. Hunter, a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois, is currently the department’s only K-9 officer. The department was able to acquire Hunter and the K-9 unit’s vehicle through a grant from a private foundation and through additional funding from the local Police Benevolent Association.This article was first published in the June 16-June 23, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.