It has been an eventful weekend for Prince Harry.
During a two-day trip to Bridgetown, Barbados, the handsome royal demonstrated his many talents as he danced, played polo and touched the lives of patients at a local hospital.
Strutting his stuff on the dancefloor, Harry kicked off his weekend with a quick boogie.
The Prince had earlier challenged fans and TV viewers to donate £1,500 to the Haiti earthquake fund in 25 minutes. If they managed it, he said they would see him "shaking his stuff" live on stage.
And Harry showed he's a man of his word as he moved
The Spice Girls would have been proud of the girl power displayed at this year's Grammy Awards.
While bootylicious Beyonce scooped a record-breaking six acolades at Sunday's event, rising stars Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga also came up trumps.
Beyonce - who lost out to a seventh award when husband Jay Z pipped her to the post in the rap category - also gave a heart-wrenching performance of If I Was A Boy.
"This has been such an amazing night for me," she said. "I'd like to thank my family including my husband, I love you."
Meanwhile, 20-year-old country
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Exhibitions, films, operas and concerts by contemporary groups, acrobatic shows, calligraphy, watercolour, tai chi and qi gong workshops, tea tastings and gastronomy, storytelling and demonstrations of silk painting... These are some of the many activities on offer as Europalia celebrates Chinese culture, exploring aspects from the most traditional to the avant-garde.
Set between two events that mark the international boom of the Eastern giant - the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and Shanghai World Expo 2010 - Europalia provides an immersion in Chinese life and culture beyond the stereotypes, cliches and prejudices, organised around four broad themes: immortal, multicultural and contemporary
It's clear from her recent outings that motherhood is suiting Coleen Rooney just perfectly.
And the Liverpool lass has revealed how delightful and stress-free she is finding her new role.
"He's a really good baby," the 23-year-old tells HELLO! this week.
"He's not a crier at all."
Read more on how the new mum juggles motherhood with socialising in this week's magazine, issue 1109, on sale now.
See also our picture exclusive of John Terry and Vanessa Perroncel - the French model he has allegedly been having an affair with.
With the married England captain's footballing future uncertain, we take you back
Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie proved they are still very much an item as they stepped out together at the weekend.
Attending the Directors Guild of America Awards, the couple put paid to rumours that their relationship is in trouble.
Although they didn't appear on the red carpet together, the parents-of-six were spotted laughing and embracing as the four-hour ceremony commenced.
"They looked very giggly," an onlooker revealed to US publication People.
"They looked like they are having a fun time. Split? It looked more like a date."
While Brad was in attendance presenting an award to his Inglourios Basterds director
There may have been snow outside, but it was definitely spring in the heart of Norway’s Crown Princess Mette-Marit on Sunday.
The kind-hearted wife of Prince Haakon took time away from her own beautiful children to play in the snow with some of her country’s least fortunate residents.
Taking to a sled with young asylum seekers, the 37-year-old laughed exuberantly as she slid down the slopes in Hvalstad, just outside Oslo.
She also offered some skiing instruction to the youngsters, who are staying at a nearby refugee centre, and joined them on a cross-country trek.
Later there was the
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