• Prince Harry bravely picks up Diana's mantle with a visit to Mozambique minefield

    It was shortly before her death that Diana, Princess of Wales, famously highlighted the devastation caused by land mines. Thirteen years on and her youngest son, Prince Harry, has continued his mother's legacy with a visit to a minefield in Mozambique. This week the 25-year-old royal spent two days with the Halo Trust – the same British charity Diana visited in Angola eight months before her death – learning about the foundation's work. During the private visit, which was kept secret until after Harry's departure from Mozambique, the prince bravely walked through the Cahora Bassa minefields, and, after training, attached a detonator

  • Cheryl Cole happy and smiling after R&R with handsome dancer Derek Hough

    The relaxing break in an African paradise seems to have done her the world of good. Greeting fans with a dazzling smile at the X Factor auditions in London this week, Cheryl Cole looked rested and refreshed following a holiday in Tanzania. While the judge – who was pretty in a playful orange mini-dress and Louboutin heels - kept tight-lipped about what happened during her trip, her sunny demeanour spoke volumes. Her companion was Derek Hough, a dancer who appeared in the video for her song Parachute and partnered her on stage during a tour with the Black Eyed Peas.

  • Kelly Brook moves on from Danny Cipriani split with posh dinner date

    There's been no sitting around and moping for Kelly Brook following her split with rugby player Danny Cipriani. Just hours after confirming she is "taking a break" from the 22-year-old sportsman, Kelly was spotted out on a dinner date with a photographer friend. On bombshell form in a thigh-skimming lacy dress, Kelly looked happy and relaxed as she left upmarket restaurant Cipriani with her companion, holding onto his arm. It was unclear whether or not she'd chosen to dine out at her ex's namesake restaurant to send him a message. Thirty-year-old Kelly and Danny secretly parted ways two weeks

  • Summer hair care

    In recent years, we've become hyper-sensitive about using sun lotion, creams and moisturisers and generally taking good care of our skin, but we don't tend to lavish so much attention on our hair. Your hair is exposed to the elements all year round, but in the summer it gets an even worse deal. The sun's rays, the salt of sea water and the sea air, swimming pool chlorine, sand, dust and wind all combine to wreak havoc. They suck the vitality from your hair, drying it, fading the colour and reducing shine and volume. Coloured and permed styles are

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