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Frankie Foster apologises to Samira Mighty as he ‘accepts his actions were unacceptable’

Love Island’s Frankie was accused of cheating on Samira (Picture: Getty) Love Island’s Frankie Foster has apologised to ex-girlfriend Samira Mighty, after admitting to cheating on his girlfriend. Frankie has ‘wholeheartedly’ accepted that his cheating was ‘not acceptable’, reps for the reality star said. Samira confirmed she had dumped Frankie just weeks after leaving the Love Island villa to be with him; the pair hit a rough patch after it was claimed the rugby player had kissed another woman,during a wild night out over the weekend. Now Frankie has apologised to Samira, and reps confirmed that the pair have taken a break but are remaining ‘civil’. Frankie and Samira met on Love Island (Picture: ITV2) A rep for the 22-year-old Samira confirmed the news in a statement to Metro.co.uk, explaining she will be ‘focusing on herself’ from now on. ‘Samira will be taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities,’ it read. More: Fo..

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Toronto not only accepts LGBTQ+ people and culture – it embraces it

Toronto is a bustling centre of LGBTQ+ culture (Picture: Cole Burston/The Canadian Press via AP) Maple syrup. The CN Tower. Ice hockey. Universal friendliness and politeness. There are many things that come to mind when you think of Toronto, Ontario, Canada’s most populous city. But for me, a thriving LGBTQ+ community wasn’t one of them. Oh, how wrong I was. Pride month in cultural hubs like London and New York is always going to be visible – LGBTQ+ communities are generally larger and more accepted in bigger metropolitan cities, so I wasn’t surprised when I heard that Toronto’s Pride parade was one of the biggest in the world. But upon visiting the city for the first time, I came to realise that Toronto is more than a fair-weather for LGBTQ+ culture – the city is pretty much built on it. Flying into Toronto from London has never been easier – British Airways are now flying to Toronto from London Gatwick three times a week, with return seats in their World Traveller seats starting a..

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