• Winning streaks and royal recognition: David Tennant leads honourees at TV awards

    Ever since he took on the starring role in Doctor Who, David Tennant has been honoured for his performance at the National Television Awards. So in his last year as the Doctor, it was entirely fitting that he was awarded with the coveted outstanding drama performance trophy once again. The 38-year-old actor appeared on stage twice at Wednesday's star-studded ceremony; once to pick up his individual award and again to help accept a gong on behalf of the sci-fi show, which was named best drama. David was not the only star maintaining a winning streak. Comedy duo Ant and Dec had plenty

  • Dannii Minogue's baby bump takes centre stage as star pals give it a rub

    She's only just over 12 weeks into her first pregnancy, so there was hardly any sign of Dannii Minogue's baby bump underneath her dazzling monochrome prom dress. That didn't stop star pals giving her tummy an affectionate rub at Wednesday night's National TV awards, though. The Aussie star beamed with happiness as her X Factor pal Cheryl Cole gave her a hug and laid her hand on Dannii's midriff. And it was the same story when Simon Cowell joined the brunette beauties on stage to collect the X Factor's gong for most popular talent show. The red carpet event was Dannii's

  • Glitzy gowns from the National TV Awards

    Glitzy gowns from the National TV

  • A US dress to impress at Annalouise and Stuart's wedding

    This May, Annalouise Shepherd and Stuart Williams became man and wife in a beautiful wedding ceremony at the Hillbark hotel on The Wirral. The surroundings were almost as stunning as the designer gown Annalouise had flown in from the USA. The bride and groom said they had a fantastic day accompanied by 250 of their closest friends and relatives. Following the celebrations, the newlyweds went on to honeymoon in Las Vegas and

  • First post-revelations photo of Tiger Woods surfaces as he's spotted at US rehab facility

    It has been almost two months since Tiger Woods was last seen in public. Following his now infamous Thanksgiving car crash, and the subsequent revelations made about his private life, the shamed golf star has gone out of his way to stay clear of the spotlight, leading to mounting speculation as to his whereabouts. But this week what is thought to be the first photograph of the dad-of-two, taken since the revelations, has been published. A picture reportedly showing Tiger - wearing shorts, a T-shirt and a hooded top covering a baseball cap - walking in the grounds of a Mississippi rehabilitation

  • Carly and Michael build a stronger bond

    It's not always easy to find the 'one' but fortunately for Carly Lee Lucas and Michael Brendon the search is now over. On September 12, 2009, the young pair tied the knot at St Chad's Parish church in Rochdale before dining with their guests at The Riverside in Whitworth. Building surveyor Carly and Michael, a joiner, honeymooned in the Dominican Republic before setting up home in Castleton,

  • A legendary wedding for Sarah and Paul

    Sarah Smith and Paul Smailes took inspiration from Greek myth when selecting their wedding destination. The couple married in Paphos, Cyprus, birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty. The ceremony at Paphos Town Hall was followed by a reception at the incredible Artio Brasserie. The couple want to thank all 26 family members and friends who made the trip for helping make their day so

  • A perfectly purple day for Elaine and David

    Last spring Elaine Upton and David Metson entered a new stage in their relationship with a wedding in Benhall, Suffolk. Held at the Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew, the reception brought fun and laughter to all in attendance. The occasion followed a purple theme and, echoing the sentiments of her new husband, Elaine called it "very much the perfect day". The couple went on to honeymoon in Mauritius later in the

  • Wedding bells in the Yorkshire Dales for Sue and Michael

    Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales was the setting for the autumn wedding of Sue and Michael Backhouse. The ceremony took place in the historic 12th-century Priory Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert and was led by family friend Canon Reverend George Moffat. Reverend Moffat also provided his home and gardens to the happy couple and their guests for reception drinks. The newlyweds and their party then moved on to the Cavendish Pavilion, beside the River Wharfe, where they indulged in a sumptuous wedding breakfast. As day turned into night, the party spirit did not waver with everybody on their

  • A sunset ceremony for Rebecca and Norris

    After 18 years together, Rebecca Lee and Norris Panton decided to make their commitment official. So on August 12, 2009, the pair tied the knot in a sunset wedding in Kalkan, Turkey. As well as their three precious daughters – Isobelle, Emily and Sophie – 100 guests made the trip to share in their special day.

  • Eight very sweet details for your wedding

    When you have a bad day, you solve it with strawberry ice cream. You meet your girlfriends for tea and end up with a cream cake in your hands. For you, chocolate is nothing less than a blessing. Admit it – sweets make us crazy, especially when we enjoy them with company. So why not include them in your wedding? Beyond the traditional meringue cake, the latest craze is to give in to the whim of cakes, chocolates and the most sophisticated

  • A touch of love...

    Cultures all over the world have used massage as part of baby care for hundreds of years, and research shows it to be very beneficial. Massaging your little one enables you to learn about and respond to the infant's body language, and is also a wonderful way to create a sense of safety and security by showing that he or she is loved and cared for.   But the relaxing activity does more than foster a close and confident mother-infant relationship. It can provide relief from colic, wind, and constipation, too. You may wonder if babies really need massage to relax. The answer is yes, because

  • Highlights from Prince William's first official overseas visit

    Wills' first official overseas

  • Highland games for Iona and Steven

    Last year Iona and Steven Scullion took the plunge and vowed to spend the rest of their lives together. And since then there has been no looking back for the couple. The occasion took place in the town of Forres, northern Scotland. After the ceremony at St Lawrence Church, there were a few pre-reception games, including an egg-and-spoon race organised by the bride's father Grant McPherson. The newlyweds went on to honeymoon in Mauritius, following a brief stop-off in

  • Tony and John tie the knot in tartan

    This October saw Tony Gaspar and John Clark celebrate their love and commitment for one another in a civil partnership at the Hempel Hotel, London. Although the event's theme was predominantly black and white, Tony and John surprised everyone by arranging to wear matching tartan kilts. Composed of the couple and 30 of their closest family and friends, the reception carried on into the wee hours of the morning. One week later at the Royal Yacht Hotel in St Helier, Jersey, more than 200 hundred guests came together for a more boisterous


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