• Baked scallops with crispy Serrano ham

    Ingredients (Serves 2) 4 tablespoons of good Spanish olive oil 4 slices of Serrano ham 4 scallops, with their shells sea salt 1/2 garlic clove, finely chopped 3 sprigs of flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped 1/4 red chilli, finely diced 1/2 tablespoon of lemon juice Method Preheat the oven to 220°C/425°F/Gas 7. Heat 6 tablespoons of olive oil in a small frying pan over a medium to high heat.

  • Celebrities mourn loss of fashion's 'enfant terrible' Alexander McQueen

    The fashion world is in mourning after losing one of its brightest stars, British designer Alexander McQueen. Following the news of his sudden death on Thursday, famous friends have been paying tribute to the 40-year-old, whose designs were favoured by A-listers including Sarah Jessica Parker, Rihanna and Sandra Bullock. Heartbroken Kate Moss – a bridesmaid when Alexander 'married' George Forsyth in 2000 - said she was "shocked and devastated" by his passing, and cancelled the launch of her new range of bags. Victoria Beckham released a statement in honour of the couturier, named British Fashion Designer of the Year four times, saying:

  • Gwen Stefani's boy Zuma gets an early introduction to mum's fashion world

    His big brother Kingston is a regular sight at mum Gwen Stefani's catwalk shows. And this week it was little Zuma Nesta's turn to soak up the atmosphere as the pop singer launched her new LAMB range at New York Fashion Week. Wearing a leather jacket just like mum – minus the peaked shoulders featured on Gwen's – the one-year-old was enthralled by the models backstage preparing to hit the runway. The mother-son team had flown over to the Big Apple from their LA home to unveil the fall collection, which featured military style jackets, skinny jeans, and futuristic-looking outerwear.

  • The show must go on: Heidi Klum puts aside grief to walk Big Apple runway

    A day before, when she was told the news of Alexander McQueen's death, a visibly shaken Heidi Klum sadly lamented the loss of "one of the most talented, extraordinary designers in the world ever". And on Friday she put aside her grief to walk the catwalk in the annual Red Dress show – a collection of gowns by a variety of designers, each in a scarlet hue – which raises awareness of heart disease. On bombshell form in a halter gown by John Galliano, it was clear the mum-of-four is back in perfect shape after welcoming daughter Lou last

  • Children big and small come together as celebs gather for ultimate toy party

    It's a dream party for any child – and perhaps some big kids too. On Thursday, iconic London toy store Hamleys opened its doors for a special event to mark its 250th birthday, and the stars and their children were out in force to celebrate. Leading the way was Myleene Klass and her little girl – two peas in a pod with matching hair styles and the same big brown eyes. Clutching her teddy bear, two-year-old Ava looked excited to get started. And she no doubt had a ball, emerging hours later with her face painted like a butterfly. With his dad

  • Gordon Brown sheds tears as he opens up about daughter's death in TV interview

    He's a man who's normally reluctant to speak about his private life in public. But this week Gordon Brown opened up about his family as never before. The British Prime Minister shed tears as he told TV interviewer Piers Morgan about the death of his baby daughter Jennifer at the age of just 11 days in 2002. "I could hold her hand and I could feel that she knew I was there and, and there was nothing that you could see that was actually wrong but she just wasn't growing," he said in the interview for Piers's series Life Stories.

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