Er is een nieuwe outtake verschenen van Hilary’s fotoshoot voor Cosmopolitan’s.

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http//: Eric Ray Davidson (Cosmopolitan)




Hilary is met haar nieuwe vriend Matthew Koma op vakantie in Costa Rica.

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http//: Instagram 2016




De laaste foto’s van Hilary’s instagramaccount staan online, zo is ze op vakantie geweest naar Mexico met vriendinnen en ging ze samen met zoon Luca op vakantie. Ook deelde ze wat minder leuk nieuws, ze heeft haar hond coco moeten laten inslapen.

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Mike Comrie, de ex-man van Hilary Duff, wordt door de politie verdacht van verkrachting. De voormalig professioneel ijshockeyer zegt echter dat de vrouw zelf ook seks wilde met hem.
Volgens entertainmentsite TMZ onderzoek de politie van Los Angeles de zaak nadat een vrouw aangifte deed van verkrachting.

De vrouw zegt met Comrie te hebben afgesproken in een bar, waarna ze met hem mee naar huis ging. Bij hem thuis zou ze seks hebben geweigerd, waar Comrie niet naar luisterde. Dat zou meerdere keren zijn gebeurd.

Bronnen zeggen dat de oud-hockeyer de vrouw al langer kende en inderdaad seks met haar heeft gehad, maar dat zij daar mee ingestemd had. Daarnaast zou het een trio zijn geweest en zou de derde sekspartner geen aanklacht hebben ingediend.

Comrie en Duff trouwden in 2010 en kregen samen zoon Luca. In 2016 eindigde de relatie, maar de twee gaan nog altijd goed met elkaar om.




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http//: 01 februari: The Talk




Hilary was afgelopen zaterdag met haar neiuwe vriend en zanger Matthew Koma aanwezig op de Entertainment Weekly Celebration of SAG Awards in L.A.

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http//: 28 januari: Entertainment Weekly Celebration of SAG Awards




Hilary was afgelopen vrijdag aanwezig op de Harper’s BAZAAR celebration of the 150 Most Fashionable Women Gala in West Hollywood.

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http//: 27 januari: Harper’s BAZAAR celebration of the 150 Most Fashionable Women




Lekker is het in ieder geval.

Gewoon, omdat het geinig is te kijken naar wat een ander dagelijks eet, en omdat we bij Hilary Duff totáál niet zouden kunnen inschatten of ze een pizza-, een havermout-, of een inbetween-type is, delen we de samenvatting Duffs eetdagboek in Marie Claire.

Ontbijt
Hills start het liefst met havermout (met amandelboter, golden syrup of rozijnen), toast (met een mix van eiwit en kaas, of met avocado en tomaat), of een shake (die dan weer of gemaakt is van groenten, of van ingrediënten met veel proteïnen). Dat zijn dus heel wat favoriete ontbijtjes om uit te kiezen.

Greeen machiiiiine

Een foto die is geplaatst door Hilary Duff (@hilaryduff) op


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Hilary laat weten waarom ze pas laat uitkwam over haar relatie met ex Jason Walsh. Ze laat in een interview weten dat ze er pas naar buiten mee wilde komen toen ze wist dat het goed zat, alhoewel ze maand na de onthulling uit elkaar gingen laat ze weten dat het meer was dan een flirt.

Hilary Duff keeping quiet about her last boyfriend? That was so yesterday.

While the 29-year-old “Younger” actress is known for staying mum on her love life, she’s now coming clean on her previous relationship with Rise Nation founder and trainer Jason Walsh. The former Disney star revealed in Cosmopolitan’s February issue that she chose to announce her relationship back in October 2016 by sharing a PDA picture with her 7.3 million Instagram followers.

“I was like, ‘F–k it. He’s my boyfriend,’” Duff told the magazine. “I just needed to make sure it was right. People don’t need to know my business until I really know my business, you know?”

However, Duff didn’t completely reveal all. E! News is reporting that Duff and Walsh called it quits in November and she declined to dish further details on the split. She did insist, though, that the relationship was more than just a casual fling.

“We were seeing each other for a while,” said Duff. “People don’t know the ins and outs of everything. “It was definitely my first more serious relationship since my ex-husband [Mike Comrie].”

Duff also made sure to give the retired professional ice hockey player a heads-up on the budding romance and not just because they share custody of 4-year-old son Luca Comrie. The ex-spouses reportedly tell each other whenever they begin dating someone new.

“I don’t want to talk too much about that. But yeah, we do,” said Duff to Cosmopolitan. “We feel like it’s respectful to keep everybody in the loop. I don’t know as much about his life as he knows about mine because mine’s a lot more public.”

Duff added that she’s not “stressed” about finding a new boyfriend.

“I’m not coming down on myself like, ‘Oh you’ve got to get out there.’ It’ll happen again,” she said. “I have my whole life ahead of me.”

Looks like that might be right now.

E! News is reporting Duff and her new rumored boyfriend, 29-year-old singer/producer Matthew Koma, made their first red carpet appearance together Saturday night at Entertainment Weekly’s pre-SAG Awards party, held in Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont. And this time, Koma may be the one doing the revealing on social media.

Koma shared three Polaroids on Instagram with Duff and captioned them, “Date night.”

Date night

Een foto die is geplaatst door Matthew Koma (@matthewkoma) op




Hilary heeft met een aantal andere beroemdheden hebben geinvensteerd in het de beautylijn Kopari Beauty. Een lijn voor nu vooral gericht producten met kokosolie.

L Catterton and a handful of celebrities, including Karlie Kloss, have teamed up to invest in coconut oil brand Kopari Beauty.

The San Diego-based brainchild of cofounders Bryce and Gigi Goldman, Kiana Cabell and James Brennan, Kopari launched online only in 2015, followed by a sephora.com launch last October and recent QVC debut. The company’s products include Coconut Sheer Oil, $44; Coconut Body Glow, $42; Organic Coconut Melt, $38; Coconut Balm, $32; Coconut Crush Scrub, $28; Coconut Misting Body Oil, $34; Coconut Body Milk, $30; Coconut Cleansing Oil, $32; Coconut Rose Toner, $24; Coconut Face Cream, $38, and Coconut Lip Love, $10.

“The capital really will drive more of the awareness building,” said Michael Farello, managing partner at L Catterton, which has invested in beauty companies CoverFX, Bliss, Clio Professional, Dr. Wu, Ideal Image, Intercos Group and StriVectin.

The L Catterton and celebrity money (Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Hilary Duff and Shay Mitchell are also investing) should also help Kopari expand in terms of geographies and products — right now, the vast majority of Kopari’s sales come from its own e-commerce operations. Kopari and L Catterton were both mum on the details of the minority investment and sales figures, but industry sources estimated the brand had about $5 million in sales for 2016.

“We’re looking to increase sales over [the year] by at least three or four times, and not only the capital they brought to the table, but the other resources and support that they bring is going to help us get there,” said Bryce Goldman, Kopari’s chief executive officer. The celebrities mainly came into play through Brennan, a restaurateur who also founded Suja Juice, which counts Leonardo DiCaprio as an investor, he said. “Having them as investors and actually writing checks into the company really sets the stage for…some way to work together down the line in a very authentic fashion,” Brennan said.

Immediately down the line is Kopari’s launch in 340 Sephora U.S. doors, where the brand’s Organic Coconut Melt and Coconut Body Glow are set to launch as part of the Scouted by Sephora program, which features niche beauty brands. Coconut Melt is the company’s bestseller, while Body Glow and Sheer Oil are tied for second place, according to the brand.

“They’ve got an increased focus on indie brands, and they realize a lot of their customers and people, in general, are interested in these up-and-coming brands and discovering those brands, with a focus on natural, so we fit both of those boxes,” said Gigi Goldman. Kopari exceeded initial expectations on sephora.com, she added, noting that it also did well during its four airings on QVC. International shipping direct from the Kopari site launched about six weeks ago, and the business works with Sephora Canada and is in discussions with Sephora Europe.

Kopari’s product lineup is made with coconut oil from the Philippines and without toxins.
Kopari’s product lineup is made with coconut oil from the Philippines and without toxins.

Kopari’s niche positioning — the brand makes natural products with coconut oil sourced from the Philippines, without sulfates, silicones, parabens, GMOs or toxins — is one of the things that drew in L Catterton.

“Kopari came up on our list early as one of the dozen or so brands that we’re tracking and watching,” said Farello. “It’s natural and efficacious and we look for that combination and see both of those trends as ones that will continue to endure for the next five-plus years.”

On the product side, Kopari’s focus right now is on driving sales of the skin-care range that launched in January — the cleansing oil, toner, cream and lip balm — but the ingredient stories of future products may veer beyond just the coconut, the founders said.

“We are looking at other components and ingredients as well,” said Brennan. “Things that enhance the benefits of coconut oil are very important to us as well,” Cabell added.

Kopari is the latest digitally native beauty business to attract investor capital. Recently, skin-care and makeup brand Glossier raised a $24 million Series B venture capital round from IVP and Index Ventures. Other Internet-savvy brands like Too Faced, Becca Cosmetics and NYX have attracted Estée Lauder and L’Oréal as buyers. For the big beauty players, betting on digitally fluent brands brings know-how and growth in house; for private equity firms that watch the size and multiples on big beauty exits, investments provide the chance to reap those returns.