With the controversial rapper performing in Houston for the night, he fitted in a private pre-show meeting with his infant and her mother and older sister. Royalty was pictured for the first time being carried by one of Brown’s assistants as the group boarded Brown’s tour bus, after earlier being picked up from a nearby hotel. Scroll down for video She’s Royalty: Chris Brown’s infant daughter is carried onto his tour bus by an assistant before the hip hop star performed a gig in Houston, Texas on Monday The big occasion saw the toddler dressed in yellow pants, a floral sweater and a mini pair of colourful Nike trainers. Tiny gold studs could be seen in her ears, while a gold bracelet hung on her wrist. Her model mother Nia Amey, 31, showed her post-baby body in a blue and white floral dress as she carried a baby blanket and a bottle of milk inside. With a sign in the bus’ window clearly stating that no shoes were to be worn, the petite former nursing student had removed her sky high heels, replacing them with some unflattering pool sliders. Nia’s year-old daughter, whose father filed for divorce after 11 years upon hearing of the pregnancy, helpfully carried a large bag packed with baby gear. Royalty’s mother Nia Amey, left, and her year-old half-sister accompanied her While Chris and Nia have been friends for years, both were apparently surprised to discover he had fathered her child. Indeed when Nia celebrated her baby shower last year a man named Brazil, who was then thought to be the father, was among the guests.
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The original name is now being re-adopted In the s, Sheffield boasted no less than small scissor-making companies. Now there are just two. The Kutrite factory has been located all over Kelham Island and Smithfield in Sheffield, but now sits happily at the junctions of Green Lane, Alma Street and Russell Street between two award-winning pubs. The company, now based at Crystal Peaks, celebrates its th anniversary in and sells around , pairs of scissors worldwide each year.
Sheffield’s last scissor factory In its s heyday Kutrite employed 80 staff but now there are just three skilled ‘scissor putter-togetherers,’ and all are past retirement age. They have stayed on because there are no apprentices to take on their skills – and for the love of scissors, of course. The Kutrite catalogue listed around different types of scissors A ‘little mester’, Walter Wright, began making scissors in the s.
Little mesters were self-employed craftsmen who rented space in a factory and specialised in one step of the production process. They were the backbone of Sheffield’s cutlery industry from the late 16th to the 18th century. By the s it was decided that the company needed a more modern name and they hit upon Kutrite. Steel globalisation and cheap imports meant many steel companies and metalwork firms in South Yorkshire, and particularly in Sheffield, closed down.
Kutrite managed to keep its head above water through tough years but keeping the trade alive through the latest recession has been a struggle for the company. Philip Wright is Chairman and Managing Director of the company They have traditionally sold industrial scissors and the current catalogue lists over different types; upholsterers, carpet-fitters and tailors shears, scissors for postal services all over the world, scissors for chefs, butchers, hairdressers Now the company intend to branch out into retail, selling handmade kitchen scissors, dressmaking shears, manicure scissors and gardening blades – many presented in lined boxes.
Kutrite’s sales director Nick Wright is the fifth generation of the family, working in the family business voluntarily in the hope that they will be able to keep going through the tough economic conditions.
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The road, to be called Richard Whiteley Drive, will honour the former Countdown presenter as part of a development of around 70 homes being built by Bradford Council on the former Ferniehurst Primary School site. He died in June aged 61, following a heart operation. Kathryn Apanowicz, his partner of 20 years, said: I will have to go and see it for myself. Councillor Debbie Davies Con, Baildon , who suggested the street naming proposal, said: People who watched Countdown might want to come and visit the street.
He received an OBE for his contribution to broadcasting in Work is under way on the first phase of the plans for the land off Cliffe Lane West in the town, and is set to be completed in June next year.