Even with their divorce pending, Kate Gosselin said — when asked if she still loves her soon-to-be ex Jon Gosselin — "When I think back to the Jon I knew — yes, suffice it to say." However, the star of TLC’s “Jon & Kate Plus 8,” who continues to wear her wedding ring, said that’s not because of any hope of reuniting with Jon. Speaking on Monday’s “Today Show” in her first live TV interview since her marriage ended seven weeks ago, Kate broke into tears as she told the program’s Meredith Vieira that the ring remains on her finger because “I don’t want to upset [the children].” The sextuplets and twins, all under the age of 10, “know that it’s my ‘married to Daddy’ ring,” she said. Repeatedly describing herself as “determined to hang in there,” Gosselin, 34, said “I am as well as can be expected” and prepared to deal with whatever life hands her.
The death toll rose to 30 after rescue workers recovered five more bodies Sunday from a coal mine explosion in southwestern China. Big Ben is the 14-ton bell inside the world’s largest four-faced chiming clock, although most people use the name to describe the tower that houses it. The clock is perched on a 96-meter (310-foot) elegant tower at the Westminster Bridge end of the Palace of Westminster.
Big Ben, arguably the world’s most famous clock, celebrates on Sunday 150 years of keeping London on time.
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