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Pretty in pink!

Jessica Biel became a first-time mother in April, when she welcomed son Silas Randall with husband Justin Timberlake.

And the 33-year-old was more than happy to show her support at the Baby2Baby gala in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The organisation provides diapers, clothing and other accessories to low income children.

Date night: The 35-year-old celebrated her third wedding anniversary last month, and attended the GLSEN Respect Awards (pictured) a few days earlier
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Jessica was apparently feeling oh-so-retro when she picked out her gown for the star-studded event, and chose a pink prom dress.

The floor-length off-the-shoulder frock had huge, puffy sleeves, ensuring the actress turned heads as she walked the red carpet.

Jessica paired the gown with matching heeled sandals and wore a statement jewelled necklace, while carrying a navy clutch.

The Total Recall star swept her brunette locks into an elegant chignon with a couple of loose tendrils framing her pretty face.

Jessica completed her look with dewy make-up, rosy blusher and matching lipstick.

The actress and her superstar husband Justin celebrated their third wedding anniversary last month.

The happy couple attended the GLSEN Respect Awards together a few days before the occasion, and joked about being new parents.

'Thank you for allowing mommy and daddy to have a really good night out together,' laughed Justin, as he and Jessica took to the stage.

'With adults. Honey, look around, this is what adults look like. They do exist! They don't smell like poopy diapers... some of you do.'

Jessica and Justin started dating in January 2007, and got engaged almost five years later.

Gushing about her husband to People last month, the beautiful brunette said: 'He supports everything that I do and that's why I think he's a wonderful partner.'

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The See by Chloé Sample Sale Is Filled With Heavily Discounted Dresses

This afternoon, we stopped into the See by Chloé sample sale in its midtown showroom. The kid-sister line of Chloé is known for its fresh and flirtatious Parisian styles, and we were excited to see what they had to offer. After checking out the sale, we can confirm that the sale is living up to its advertised 70% off discounts.

And furthermore, it's stocked to the brim with clothing for all seasons — florals for spring flings, neutral grays and blacks for the bitter winter months, and much more — in all sizes. If you're dead-set on picking up a new handbag or winter coat, you're going to be a little disappointed by the small assortment. But if you're in the market for a new dress (or two, or three...) you're going to run into a lot of luck.

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First, let's talk about the good, because there's a lot of it. The neatly arranged racks of clothing are mostly filled with dresses of all kinds. Silky black cocktail dresses, casual knit jerseys, velvet tank top styles, ruffled day dresses, and summer-ready eyelet styles are just a small sliver of the large selection. One of our favorite items was an office-to-date-night navy and gray knit dress, discounted to $127. Other top picks included a strapless green eyelet dress that just screams "take me to a beach" and a silk ruffled dress, both going for $264.

Other than dresses, there's a good amount of knitwear and tops. We found some sturdy-looking sweaters for $125, a bright tangerine turtleneck for $154 and an I-stole-this-from-my-boyfriend open front cardigan for $165. Flouncy silk tops ($150 and up) and graphic tees ($49) are also abundant.

From the murmurs of other shoppers, we learned that when the sale first opened to the public this morning, there were three different handbags styles on offer — but by the time we checked out the sale around lunchtime, there were no bags in sight. Coats are also now in short supply. We found three different styles (the best was a navy peacoat going for $260), and there's just one or two of each style left. Check out the gallery above for photos and if you just gotta have those coats, we would suggest you hurry over to the sale.

For bottoms, there's a selection of different trousers and jeans, albeit a rather small selection. It's slim pickings for jeans: There are two different styles, one with bedazzled beading and one sans-sparkle but with a big See by Chloé logo on the back pocket, for $128. While rifling through the jeans, we couldn't find any sizes larger than a 27. For the trousers, there's a bigger size selection, with size 29s and above aplenty.

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Tragic mum loses brave cancer battle weeks after emotionally renewing her wedding vows

A mum has lost her brave battle with terminal cancer - just nine weeks after emotionally renewing her wedding vows.

Carol Morby and husband Kevin renewed their vows on September 5 this year, 33 years after they first tied the knot at Middlesbrough Register Office.

Diagnosed with oesophageal cancer in May 2014 and having been told in April this year it was terminal, Carol wasn’t going to let it stop her having the white weddingshe yearned for.

Retired firefighter Kevin used Twitter to share the sad news of Carol’s death, reports the Gazette.

He wrote: “Just before midnight on 08/11 Carol unfortunately lost her fight against cancer. From the bottom of my heart thanks for the support.”

Four days ago, Kevin reflected on his wife’s inspirational courage in facing up to the disease.

He tweeted: “Macmillan nurses and district nurses Middlesbrough, cannot praise them enough.

"Carol is now on her last stretch in what has been a horrendous 18 month for her.

"She battles still and won’t give in, drifting in and out of deep sleeps due to medication and still no complaint.

"So cancer, if you want her, you’re gonna have to go the extra miles. My Carol ain’t budging.”

Sadly, Carol - a mum-of-three and gran-of-four - died peacefully at home in Park End at seven minutes to midnight on Sunday.

Kevin said: “She was always more concerned about her family and friends than herself - she’d always take the hit.

“It’s sad but we all know she’s in a better place. She battled and battled - I don’t know where she got the strength from.”

Kevin said Carol, 54, was a great knitter and baker, adding: “Over the years, there won’t have been many kids in Park End who hadn’t worn something she’d knitted, or had some of her chocolate cake!

"And where she worked at TK Maxx, she was a mother hen to the young girls.

"She was just that sort of woman.”

Kevin, a Middlesbrough councillor for 12 years before stepping down in May to help care for Carol, said his wife’s legendary caring side was evident right until the end.

He said: “She’d tell anyone who’d listen that if they were having any health problems, they had to get themselves checked out - don’t wait until it’s too late.”

Carol and Kevin Morby
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And the wedding vow day? “When she was diagnosed, she set herself achievable goals and that was the first.

“And as it worked out, if it hadn’t happened in the week it did, I don’t think we’d have managed it at all. It was meant to be.”

Scaffolders’ labourer Kevin, 58, says Carol died just seven minutes short of achieving another of those goals.

He explained: “I’m pretty sure she heard us whispering that she might struggle to last the weekend, so we think she had midnight on Sunday in her sights, as if to say ‘I made it!’ But she was only seven minutes short, so we’ll give her that one.”

And caring to the last, Carol left Kevin detailed instructions about what happens now - including planning her own funeral to the smallest detail to take the burden off her family.

Kevin said: “In 18 months, she never, ever complained about the tumour. She knew it was there but she didn’t complain about it.

“All she wanted to do was help people.”

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