Official figures reveal that 8.9 million tuned into the wedding on BBC One, with 2.6million watching on ITV,, meaning ratings were a third lower than when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wed in 2011.
Michael Fishman, who started working with Barr when he was just six, was the first to feel the wrath of Barr after he released a statement criticizing her racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett.
I have always lived and taught my children to be inclusive. One image showed a picture of Jarrett next to a character from Planet of the Apes, another showed a fake quote from Jarett's yearbook which claimed she wants to make American more Islamic, and a third was a doctored photo of Whoopie Goldberg in a t-shirt showing Trump shooting himself in the head.
I believe our show strived to embrace different backgrounds and opinions, through open dialogue.' Barr was none too happy with that statement however and fired back on Twitter, writing: 'I created the platform for that inclusivity and you know it. Barr also blamed her initial racist remark on sleeping tablets Ambien and said she hadn't realised Jarrett was black when she penned the Tweet.
Despite their mothers concerns over financial security and being unable to buy a house, each of the women has claimed to be happy in their decision.
Lauren (pictured left) claims to have found freedom since leaving her £32,000 a year career in recruitment behind to earn £6 a day as a diving instructor in the Philippines.
Fair Play for Women published an open letter to Martha Lane Fox, who sits on Twitter's board, to back their right to 'not be silenced' for speaking out against the 'dangerous dogma of trans ideology'.
Polls show support for Matteo Salvini's right-wing League party is soaring, meaning a coalition with 5-Star would win outright if a new election was held - a prospect becoming increasingly likely in Italy.
Lauren Edwards, 27, Katie Stacey, 29, and Kirsty Wells, 23 (pictured left to right) revealed why they left behind lucrative careers to put their wellbeing first.
And things continued to take a turn for the worse during Wednesday night's live semi-final of Britain's Got Talent as eagle-eyed viewers spotted a stage hand on set in the middle of the first performance.
As gymnastics troupe Acrocadabra wowed with their routine to Little Mix's Black Magic, a member of the crew was awkwardly seen on the stage in the midst of their performance, leaving viewers at home in hysterics.
We are told it's one of the most violent crimes in the world - bull****.
Most rape is just lazy, just careless, just insensitive.