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Some babies with famous parents are thrust on to magazine covers before they can even crawl, so many have found it rather refreshing that Adele won't confirm she and boyfriend Simon Konecki have even had a son, let alone share personal details like the boy's name.

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TV presenter’s punishment of 18 months' community service dismissed as 'derisory'

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