• Birthday to remember for Kate Moss as long-term love Jamie Hince proposes

    While she may have been happy with a new pair of shoes or perhaps a designer handbag, Kate Moss was given the most special gift of all for her 36th birthday at the weekend - an engagement ring. According to the Daily Mail, the British supermodel is set to marry her musician love, Jamie Hince. Kills guitarist Jamie, who has been dating the Croydon-born beauty on and off since 2007, flew out to Mustique where Kate was working on Saturday. And with a diamond ring that Kate's father-figure Philip Green helped to choose, Jamie, 40, popped the question on the evening of

  • Female artists dominate Brit Award nominations but Susan Boyle is left out

    She is Britain's most successful recording artist and has sold around eight million copies of her debut album in under two months. But Susan Boyle is nowhere to be found on this year's Brit Awards' shortlist. The Scottish songstress has not been nominated in any of the categories, and joins the likes of Beyonce, U2 and the Arctic Monkeys who are also without any nods. Instead the ceremony – taking place in London on February 16 – is set to be dominated by other female artists, including Lady Gaga and Lily Allen. US singer Lady Gaga, 23, who sold more singles in

  • Is this what they mean by hair of the dog? Robbie Williams uses pooches as wigs

    Most men would be upset at the suggestion they were going grey. But not cheeky singer Robbie Williams. The pop star has poked fun at stories which appeared last week about his changing hair colour by posting pictures on his blog of him 'wearing' his dogs – Wally, Poops and Maggie - as wigs. "There's been talk of me and my hair going grey, so I enlisted the help of my doggies to see which colouring would suit me better," wrote Rob in the post to accompany the three pics. Undernearth the first image, which appears to show him

  • 'Wait and see' says Prince William in reply to Australian marriage queries

    After wrapping up his successful New Zealand tour – his first trip representing his grandmother the Queen – Prince William flew to Australia.  Touching down in Sydney there was an important question waiting for him from some elderly ladies in the 1,000-strong crowd that had assembled to greet him. The second-in-line, who has been dating Kate Middleton for more than six years, was asked: "When are you getting married?" But he side-stepped the query, with the words: "As I keep saying – wait and see." Wills was visiting Redfern Community Centre in one of the city’s most deprived Aboriginal areas. He was welcomed

  • Obama family all pull together to help the homeless as US honours Martin Luther King

    Visitors to a Washington soup kitchen were in for a surprise on Monday when they arrived to find none other than America's First Family handing out meals. The president and his wife, wearing aprons and baseball caps, were assisted by their two daughters, Malia, 11, and eight-year-old Sasha at the facility, located just a short ride from the White House. On the menu were pre-assembled lunches of chicken, potato salad, mixed vegetables and bread, which the American leader handed out while chatting to the men and women filing into the dining room. Michelle - who celebrated turning 46 with a meal out

  • Princess Anne comforts Andrew Parker Bowles at funeral of his wife Rosemary

    Princess Anne was among the mourners at the funeral service for Rosemary Parker Bowles, second wife of Andrew Parker Bowles, in Wiltshire on Monday. Rosemary – who married Andrew in 1996, the year after his divorce from first wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, was finalised – died on January 10, aged 69, after battling cancer for several years. Her death came just two weeks after Andrew and Camilla's daughter, Laura Lopes, gave birth to twin boys, Louis and Gus. "She was very pleased to have made Christmas and then Andrew's birthday, his 70th, just after Christmas, and subsequently

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