😍😀😬 Jennifer Connelly and Tom Cruise put on a cosy display on the red carpet in Cannes, making them the latest co-stars to act loved-up in order to get the cameras flashing. body language expert Judi James claims. Pictured from left to right: Jennifer and Tom in Cannes; Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain at the Venice International Film Festival; Gemma Chan and Robert Madden at Rome's 16th Film Fest: Left inset: Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet at the Oscars in 2016 and right inset: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper at the Oscars in 2019.
FROCKS FIT FOR A QUEEN: Coast's new Jubilee range is inspired by Sir Norman Hartnell's royal designs
😍😀😬 To celebrate the Queen's 70-year reign, Coast has launched a capsule collection inspired by her favourite, long-serving designer, Sir Norman Hartnell. Jo Elvin says with the high street collection we can channel old-school regality. UK-based fashion expert picks out the best styles for a summer wedding or garden party. Styling: dinah van tulleken, Pictures: lezli + Rose, Hair & make-up: desmond grundy using BareMinerals and Moroccanoil, Fashion assistant: alice hare, Model: esme at The Hiv
Supermodel Kate Moss gives evidence from inside her 10 bedroom Grade-II listed country pile in the Cotswolds... that also provided the backdrop for sister Lottie's lockdown Instagrams
😍😀😬 From dramatic oil paintings to a stunning garden, Kate Moss's Cotswolds mansion is exactly what you would expect from the supermodel. British-born Kate, 48, today gave bombshell evidence in the Depp v Heard trial from the Grade II listed picturesque property, where she has lived permanently since moving out of London in 2021. Testifying from her Gloucestershire home, she told the court that her ex boyfriend Johnny Depp never kicked, pushed or threw her downstairs while they were on a Jamaica trip. It came after Amber Heard previously told the court that she feared Depp would push her sister down the stairs during a violent argument after he had allegedly done the same to Moss.
HM on the high seas! Unearthed royal home movie shows the young Princess Elizabeth playing catch with her father and posing with Margaret on 1947 trip to South Africa
😍😀😬 Beaming alongside her father and sister, this is the young Princess Elizabeth enjoying a trip overseas with her family. Another shot shows Elizabeth, then just 20 years old, playing catch with her father, George VI and playfully trying on a pair of sunglasses. The shots are taken from a private home movie captured on HMS Vanguard, the vessel which took the Royal Family to South Africa for a tour in February - April 1947.
Diana's double! The Crown's Elizabeth Debicki channels the late princess in a powder blue suit as she films the Netflix series at 16th-century Burghley House in Lincolnshire
😍😀😬 Actress Elizabeth Debicki (left) is the spitting image Princess Diana in the latest glimpse from the set of the new series of Netflix's The Crown. The Australian actress, 31, who is taking over the role from Emma Corrin, channelled the royal in a powder blue skirt suit that looks strikingly similar to several ensembles owned by the princess (inset, in 1997). Elizabeth, her hair cut to mimic Diana's signature style, lowered her head and kept a hand on her handbag strap as she strode away from Burghley House, in Stamford, Lincolnshire (right).
😍😀😬 Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, 44, looked chic in a black jumpsuit at the Polar Music Prize in Stockholm.
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Mother reveals how she feeds her family nutritious meals for as little as 29p a head by batch cooking, using a free food app and only using her oven ONCE a week amid cost of living crisis
😍😀😬 Dom Richards, 36, an events business manager from Nottinghamshire, who calls herself a 'savvy spender', is able to feed her family-of-five for £35 a week (top right, with her partner Dean and her three children). The mother-of-three explained how she is able to save money by using an app to find free or unused food in the area, only using the oven once-a-week to save on energy bill and carefully meal planning a week in advance (right, her groceries for the week, and left, a cheese and tomato bacon pasta bake with garlic butter baguettes and salad for 29p per person by sourcing most of the ingredients free from Olio, the anti-food waste app)
😍😀😬 The Marchioness of Bath, 35, appeared in high spirits as she attended the events at Cannes Film Festival earlier this evening, opting for two different outfits. She donned an elegant fishtail dress with sheer panels as she stepped out for the Chopard Loves Cinema dinner event during the Cannes Film Festival (left). The mother-of-two later swapped her outfit for a stunning lilac gown as she walked the red carpet at the screening for the new biopic, Elvis (right).
😍😀😬 Tennis sensation Emma Raducanu, 19, who rose to fame after winning the US Open last year, appears on the July/August cover of Elle magazine (inset). In an interview inside, she explained how how she celebrated her success last year, saying: 'When I won the US Open, there was nothing big or amazing that my parents did to celebrate - we just came home and ate dumplings, and that was it. We are very normal.' (left and right)
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Moment woman, 35, meets her four siblings for the first time after her depressed mother left her on the steps of a London tower block as a baby while grieving miscarriages and the death of two of her infant children
😍😀😬 Niki Weedon, 35, of Chigwell, Essex, who appeared on last night's Long Lost Family, was found opposite a police station as a baby in April 1987, and named after the officer on duty that day, who was handed the youngster by a concerned resident who had stumbled upon her. She was adopted and had a happy childhood, but longed to find out her identity, turning to the Long Lost Family team for help - and thanks to DNA testing they discovered she is Scottish and Nigerian. Researchers also found the teaching assistant's late parents and four full siblings - who were shocked to discover they had another sister. They explained that their mother suffered with depression following the death of two of her children in infancy, as well as many miscarriages. Meanwhile, their father was diagnosed with schizophrenia around the time of Niki's birth. It was suggested that because of these struggles, Niki's birth mother decided to abandon her daughter where she could be found. In emotional scenes that aired last night, the siblings were seen meeting one another for the first time.
Bodybuilder is branded 'controlling' over his 'rules as a boyfriend' which include always having phone location turned on, sharing your phone password and a ban on male friends
😍😀😬 A bodybuilder and fitness model has caused a debate after posting a video outlining his relationship rules on TikTok. Jamie Goldie (pictured), 22, from Edinburgh, garnered more than 140,000 views on the clip titled My rules as a boyfriend, part of a trend where people outline their demands when it comes to relationships. Among the rules he said his girlfriends should adhere to are not having male friends, and always keeping their phone location on. The clip, which garnered hundreds of responses, divided opinions, with some saying his rules were just 'basic respect', and others calling the bodybuilder out for being controlling.
Step away from the phone, granddad! Older people who haven't quite grasped technology make some VERY amusing blunders
😍😀😬 Social media users from around the world have shared some of the funniest examples of well-intentioned comments from elderly people that just missed the mark, with the best examples shared in a Bored Panda gallery. Among the amusing collection is a comment from a woman who apologised for pressing the laugh emoji on a condolences post. Another outrageous woman joked about 'needing a wheelchair after big night' with her husband (left). Also pictured: A woman who left a laughing emoji on a death notice (top right) and a man who values his privacy (bottom right).
😍😀😬 Rehema Muthamia, 26, who has Kenyan heritage and spent part of her childhood in Kenya, was crowned Miss England in a glittering ceremony in Coventry. Despite the prestigious accolade she's gone on to face horrendous comments, including being branded 'Miss KFC' and asked 'how is Miss England Black?' Speaking to My London she revealed people also sent emails to the Miss England organisation to complain about her winning.'I already knew I would face racism as a Black woman in England, not in London so much but being British and Black I am conscious of the fact people will be prejudice towards me,' she said.