After much speculation, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that their first child is due ‘sometime in the spring’; Meghan has further stoked online commentary by protectively patting her bump in public (a lot). If you thought the arrival of Baby Sussex’s cousins George, Charlotte and Louis was a media frenzy, you’ve seen nothing yet. 2. Shane Ryan The Pennsylvania-born swimmer waved goodbye to 2018 in spectacular style when he won a bronze medal for Ireland at the World Short Course Swimming Championships in China in December with a thrilling race in the 50m backstroke final. We love a good Olympic hopeful round here, and already Shane’s chances of doing great things at Toyko 2020 are looking very healthy indeed. 3. Jair Bolsonaro Far-right former army captain Bolsonaro officially starts his four-year term as the president of Brazil, after winning the country’s general election in October. The world’s eyes will doubtless be trained on Brazil, and on ‘the Brazilian Trump’, to see what big changes he will bring. 4. Kirsten Roupenian You might know her as the author of ‘Cat Person’, a short story originally published in the New Yorker (that became the most-read short story in the magazine’s history)…. Read full this story
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