• Madonna and Jesus quash reports of a split with romantic date night in Rio

    If a picture speaks a thousand words, then the latest images of Madonna cosying up to Jesus Luz reveal that, despite reports to the contrary, the couple's relationship is still on. Last week numerous US media outlets stated that the queen of pop and the 23-year-old had gone separate ways because of a lack of common interests. But the iconic musician was seen on Wednesday enjoying a romantic meal with Jesus in Rio de Janeiro. Fifty-one-year-old Madonna and the Brazilian model began the night at the Boticella restaurant in Largo da Barra, after which they were spotted cuddling up in the back of a

  • Suri Cruise shows off winter accessories during snowy day in New York

    The world's a more exciting place when it snows – especially when the weather gives you the chance to show off your new umbrella. Suri Cruise seemed to think so anyway, as she stepped out during a snow storm in New York with mum Katie Holmes. Visibly delighted by the falling snow, the colourfully-dressed youngster held tightly onto her umbrella, which was adorned with pictures of Disney princesses.  Matching gloves, mittens and scarf – in vibrant knitted stripes – kept her wrapped up from the cold. And her beloved heels were no-where in sight, replaced instead by a pair

  • Valentine's Day: Angelina Jolie's 200-year-old gift for Brad and Renee's dilemma

    What do you get the guy who has everything for Valentine's Day? That was the dilemma facing Angelina Jolie as February 14 approached. And the actress has apparently come up with an unusual and original gift for her loved one Brad Pitt, reportedly splashing out £12,000 on a 200-year-old olive tree. The leafy present will be installed in the grounds of the couple's Chateau Miraval home, in France. A perfect present might be the key to a winning February 14, but self-confessed Valentine's Day hater Ashton Kutcher has some advice for lovers out there – get the treats in early.

  • Stars come together in honour of Natasha Richardson at annual Amfar event

    A New York snow storm couldn't stop A-list celebrities stepping out to celebrate the memory of late actress Natasha Richardson at the annual Amfar gala on Wednesday. From her mother Vanessa Redgrave, to Meryl Streep and Heidi Klum, through to Sarah Ferguson and music's hottest star Lady Gaga, a who's who of leading ladies attended the event, this year dedicated to Natasha who was a prolific supporter of the charity. Vanessa and her elder daughter, Joely Richardson, smiled as they arrived together for the benefit. As part of the evening's proceedings, the 73-year-old English actress also gave a speech

  • Water babies: the benefits of swimming for children and parents

    Swimming is widely recognised as one of the most beneficial sports, but teaching your child to swim can be difficult, especially if he or she is uncomfortable in water. One way to prevent this is to introduce them to being in the water at an early age, as babies can begin parent-child swim lessons when they are only a few months old.   Still, in the study Swimming for Babies, physiotherapist Antonio Bretones Fernández (www.efisioterapia.net), concludes, "It's best to wait until the fourth month, since, at that time, the baby's immune system has finished developing, and the possibility for colds

  • How to pick the perfect perfume for Valentine's Day

    After flowers and chocolates, perfume is the number-one choice for a romantic gift. So, just in time for Valentine's Day, here's a guide to picking the perfect scent for you – and the love in your life... • Don't go spritzing yourself with testers. You'll end up with a confusing mish-mash of scent that's impossible for your nose to separate. Use blotters instead which will allow you to discard anything you find immediately unsuitable without turning your body into a perfume playground. • Don't sniff immediately. Allow the alcohol to evaporate for a minute so you get a true first

  • Prince Charles tries his hand at ancient Chinese therapy

    Prince Charles raised his hands as well as a few laughs as he tried out an ancient Chinese therapy in London on Wednesday. The heir to the throne, who's a well-known fan of complementary medicine, was reduced to stitches as he was introduced to the art of chi kung, a form of energy exercise. As an instructor showed him to perform moves such as raising two imaginary energy balls above his head, the royal started laughing with his exercise partner, Eva Hamilton. The Prince was visiting Eva's Warrior Programme, a three-day course for ex-Service personnel, in Fulham, west London.

  • Famous fashionistas wearing Alexander McQueen

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