Kate Middleton has some wildlife news of her own! Just days after Prince William launched his new environmental prize, Kate has announced that she will take part in a special awards show on Tuesday.
In a new video, Kate heralds the fact that London’s Natural History Museum — home to dinosaur skeletons and graphic presentations of the world’s creatures and geography — is open for business after it closed earlier this year amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Kate, who loves to take her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to the museum, which is a short distance from their Kensington Palace home, will take part in a virtual awards ceremony for the wildlife photographer of the year.
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HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, launched the Nokia 2.4 for its Filipino fans, that is sure to become another favorite.
Starting 9th October until 15th October, fans can pre-order their very own Nokia 2.4 for only Php6,990, exclusively on Shopee. Shipping of pre-ordered devices and retail roll out will begin on 16th October.
The next-generation Nokia 2 brings advanced AI imaging features including Night mode and Portrait mode, enabling fans to take photos to the next level. Fans can also see the bigger picture as they enjoy apps and games for longer – thanks to its immersive and large 6.5” HD+ screen and a two-day battery life[i]. The Nokia 2.4 is also equipped with modern essentials like fingerprint scanner and face unlock feature giving fans effortless access and added security for their smartphone. Plus, the Nokia 2.4 comes with our Android promise, giving fans three
Chewable vitamins are now the most popular way for American adults age 35 and younger to consume supplements.
But the sugary treat wasn’t always this popular — it took a lot of trial and error, and a few different gummy brands, to nail down the formulas we see today.
Though early gummy vitamins used gelatin to achieve the familiar, chewy texture, it wasn’t ideal because it takes up too much space.
Nowadays, many manufacturers use pectin, and the category is worth billions globally.
Read Business Insider’s full investigation into the world of gummy vitamins here.
Vitamins are big business. According to Andrew Stablein, a research analyst at Euromonitor, the supplement industry will surpass $36 billion this year.
And thanks to the Kardashians and a few lucky strokes of marketing genius, chewable vitamins are now the most popular way for American adults age 35 and younger to consume supplements, despite skepticism