Heartbroken Cheryl Cole is said to be considering removing a tattoo on the back of her neck after announcing her separation from husband Ashley Cole this week.
The 26-year-old singer first revealed her 'Mrs C' inking back in November 2007, just over a year after she wed the footballer.
But she is now talking steps to get rid of the tribute – reportedly making enquiries to have it lasered off in Los Angeles.
"It would be a long process requiring lots of return visits. But she says it will be worth it," friends told the Sun.
Meanwhile, conflicting reports have emerged about
The huge smile on her face said it all – the idea of a Tube stop for Buckingham Palace tickled the Queen's funny bone.
The monarch, who used to use the Tube as a young lady, was presented with the personalised sign for the fictional stop during a visit to Aldgate station this week.
London Underground's chief operating officer Howard Collins said: "The Queen thought it was marvellous. She said, 'What a fantastic gift'."
The trip also had a more sombre aspect as the monarch was shown the plaque commemorating the 52 people who died during the July 7 bombings.
It seems not even Hollywood megastars can evade the London rush-hour traffic.
Poor Johnny Depp found himself stuck in a heavy traffic jam on the way to record an interview with chat-show host Jonathan Ross on Wednesday night.
In the car with him was director Tim Burton who, determined to get to the studio on time, leapt out to dash the remaining mile to BBC TV Centre.
But, in danger of being mobbed by fans, Edward Scissorhands actor Johnny was forced to stay put and sit the jam out.
For all his effort, Oscar-nominated Tim couldn't avoid arriving late