Abbey Clancy shows off her incredible post-baby figure at Sweet Charity musical | Daily Mail Online

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The British singer discusses the challenge of following up the success of “21,” how motherhood has changed her and why she avoids being a celebrity.

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The British singer discusses the challenge of following up the success of “21,” how motherhood has changed her and why she avoids being a celebrity.

Hippies

The hippie movement of the 1960s based itself on the concept of not conforming to socially approved patterns of behaviour and indulging in a form of gentle anarchy. Nakedness was celebrated and shopping for pre-worn items at jumble sales and charity shops was commonplace with long-discarded military uniforms and ethnic dress mixed and matched to create a unique style. The music was heavily folk inspired, peppered with political messages promoting peace and love. The aesthetic…

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Hippies The hippie movement of the 1960s based itself on the concept of not conforming to socially approved patterns of behaviour and indulging in a form of gentle anarchy. Nakedness was celebrated and shopping for pre-worn items at jumble sales and charity shops was commonplace with long-discarded military uniforms and ethnic dress mixed and matched to create a unique style. The music was heavily folk inspired, peppered with political messages promoting peace and love. The aesthetic…

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Sandie Shaw is an English pop singer, who was one of the most successful British female singers of the 1960s. In 1967 she was the first British act to win the Eurovision Song Contest. She has been described as "the barefoot pop princess of the 1960s". Between 1964 and 1967 she scored 7 UK top ten hits, with three of them reaching No. 1 ("Always Something There To Remind Me", "Long Live Love" and "Puppet On A String").

Sandie Shaw is an English pop singer, who was one of the most successful British female singers of the 1960s. In 1967 she was the first British act to win the Eurovision Song Contest. She has been described as "the barefoot pop princess of the 1960s". Between 1964 and 1967 she scored 7 UK top ten hits, with three of them reaching No. 1 ("Always Something There To Remind Me", "Long Live Love" and "Puppet On A String").

Duchess of Cambridge attends a musical in the West End

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