• Jesus treats Madonna and her girls to a colourful evening amongst Rio's revellers

    He might be dating the queen of pop, but Jesus Luz seemed perfectly at ease as he got into the spirit of things at Rio Carnival with Madonna and her family. Watching the colourful parade from a secured private box, Jesus and the songstress - spotted on a romantic date earlier in the week - gave a public show of togetherness as they tended to the singer's two daughters, Lourdes and Mercy. On numerous occasions, the 23-year-old model – wearing a top hat studded with diamantes – was pictured cradling Mercy, who dressed for the occasion in a pretty pink

  • Fall out: Agyness Deyn has a Naomi moment on the Big Apple runway

    It's every model's worst nightmare – taking a tumble on the runway. But when Agyness Deyn came a cropper on the catwalk in New York, the Lancashire-born beauty managed to laugh it off. The fresh-faced beauty, who dyed her platinum locks raven black at the end of last year, started to wobble as she sashayed down the runway in a pair of impossibly high Burberry platform heels. She fell to her knees, then after getting up and soldiering on, keeled over again. So she promptly removed the troublesome shoes and completed her turn barefoot – smiling and giggling all the

  • HELLO! world exclusive: remarkable portrait of the real William, the people's Prince

    There's a world exclusive treat for royal watchers in this week's HELLO! magazine – an irresistible glimpse of the real Prince William. This week's issue, number 1111, contains historic pictures of the second-in-line to the throne – confident, playful and with an unmistakable look of his mother, the late princess Diana. The stunning shots are the result of an extraordinary and unique collaboration in support of the national homelessness charity Crisis. They have been taken under the guidance of renowned photographer Rankin. But what makes them so unique is that they were shot by amateur snapper Jeff Hubbard –

  • Kelly Osbourne has hairy moment as she wows crowds while modelling in NY

    New York might have a new celebrity queen of the catwalk. Having attended a number of shows since fashion week began on Thursday, Kelly Osbourne swapped her front row seat to sashay down the catwalk for top designer Betsey Johnson. Her svelte size eight figure on display, the former Dancing with the Stars contestant was guest of honour modelling Autumn/Winter designs from the US couturier. At in true Betsey Johnson-fashion, the show – inspired by the Wild West - featured a few quirky surprises. After emerging as the first model, wearing a bandanna mask and playfully toting a toy pistol, fun-loving Kelly stepped

  • We Are The World 25 For Haiti official video

    An all-star group of more than 80 performers have lent their voices to a charity remake of Eighties hit, We Are The World. Featuring everyone from Barbra Streisand to the Jonas Brothers and Celine Dion, the collaboration is a new version of the single originally recorded 25 years ago to support famine relief in Africa - featuring music legends Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder. "Every one of the artists who participated, regardless of genre or generation, walked into the room with their hearts and souls completely open to coming together to help the people of Haiti," the project's official website states.

  • Holland's Willem-Alexander and Maxima provide royal cheer in Vancouver

    Good cheer was certainly emanating from the Dutch section of the crowd on the first day of competition at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver on Saturday. Dressed in bright royal orange and yelling at the tops of their voices, The Netherlands' Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, Princess Maxima and their three girls, Catharina-Amalia, Ariane and Alexia, joined 4,500 of their countrymen at the 5,000m speed-skating event. And all their cheering certainly seemed to do the trick as 23-year-old Dutch skater Sven Kramer glided home to win gold in a new Olympic record time. The house of Orange members weren't the only

  • European masters reunited in Italy

    Many of the great works of European art left their home continent centuries ago. Now, however, some of those works that are normally housed in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, one of the world's most important museums, have come home and are on display until March 21st at Castel Sismondo under the title: From Gauguin to Rembrandt to Picasso: the enchantment of painting. These are extraordinary works by great artists such as Velazquez, Degas, Manet, Tiepolo, Gauguin, Rembrandt, Cezanne, van Gogh, Matisse and Picasso, among others, grouped for the exhibition into several themes: Religious work, the nobleness of

  • Tortuga Lodge: an eco-tourism paradise in Costa Rica

    This eco-lodge is more than a simple reflection of its setting, a unique landscape criss-crossed by waterways that, at certain times of year, offers the amazing natural spectacle of giant turtles laying their eggs on the beaches. The adventure begins even before reaching the hotel, as access is by boat. Once there, all you have to do is enjoy yourself, whether you're staying in one of the nine comfortable beachfront villas, each divided into two rooms with private bathrooms and accommodation for up to seven guests, or in one of the 12 spacious triple rooms, equipped with fans and

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