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The late Dowager Duchess of Devonshire's Chatsworth House

Hundreds of mourners including Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall gathered on Thursday to pay their respects at the funeral of Deborah Mitford, the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire...

Last-minute Easter days out in the UK

If you still haven't made any plans for Easter, you're not alone. We've trawled the events calendars across the country in search of the best ways to enjoy a wonderful...

The Northern Lights brighten up UK skies in rare guest appearance

The Northern Lights brightened up the UK's skies on Thursday evening in a stunning display of colour, even though they're usually confined to a circle of about 2,500 kilometres around...

Stunning shots from across the globe

Breathtaking pictures from all over the world featuring famous landmarks such as New York's Times Square, a young girl harvesting lotus flowers in a lake in Cambodia and a Kingfisher...

Top 10 travel destinations of 2014

If you're like us here at HELLO! Online, you've already got itchy feet and are looking into the top travel destinations of 2014 to get your holiday plans off the...

Discover the wizardry behind 'Harry Potter'

If you thought the magic was over, you were wrong: from the end of March 2012, the Warner Bros. behind-the-scenes tour invites visitors see first-hand some of the most memorable...

Time for tea - and cakes, too!

Quite simply, tea is our national drink, classless and timeless, and every day we drink 165 million cups of it. But 'tea' isn't just a drink: even the cricket commentators...

Capital eating around London

Of the list of the world's 50 best restaurants, three are to be found in the British capital: The Ledbury, St. John and Hibiscus should be a clear indication to...

Travel highlights for 2012

London Olympics With three and a half million tickets sold and a build up that has been headline news for the last year or more, it would be hard to...

Leonardo in London

Under the title 'Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan', the exhibition draws together paintings from collections around the world in an unprecedented display of the rare surviving...

Europe's spectacular natural heritage

Dramatic mountains – the vast Durmitor massif in the eponymous national park in northwestern Montenegro, the volcanic mass of Mount Teide, and the dramatic Dolomites in the Italian Alps where...

Edinburgh – even better in summer

Scotland's second most populous city lies about fifty miles north of the English border, between the Firth of Forth and the Pentland Hills. With its fine castle perched high on...

'Glamping': putting the glamour in camping

Forget about wet feet and tangled guy-lines: times have changed. The new trend for 'glamping' – as a the name suggests, it combines glamour and camping – let's you get...

The Pope wraps up his UK tour

The Pope continued his historic visit of the UK meeting with politicians, clergymen and devotees as he delivered his message of unity and understanding...

Lean on me: Victoria Beckham supports injured David as couple return to the UK

Victoria Beckham has been offering her injured husband a helping hand, quite literally, as he begins to recuperate after emergency surgery on his Achilles tendon. Having flown from Los Angeles...

Hard working Cheryl Cole keeps fans happy with news of her first solo tour

No sooner has the most recent series of the X Factor finished and British pop princess Cheryl Cole is throwing herself in to her next project. This week it was...

Marathon man Eddie Izzard embarks on mammoth UK run for Sport Relief

Think of marathon runners, and Eddie Izzard is not the first name that springs to mind. But that hasn't stopped the comedian lacing up his trainers with the aim of...



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