Famous faces showing off impressive figures over the holiday
It was their first public appearance as a couple – and Jesse James' new girlfriend wanted to share her happiness with the world.
Kat Von D – tattoo artist and star of LA Ink – has proclaimed her love for Sandra Bullock's ex, saying: "Jesse in only my ninth boyfriend. I don’t hang out with anybody unless I am in love."
The 28-year-old was speaking at the opening of her Wonderland gallery in West Hollywood which she attended hand-in-hand with Jesse (pictured).
And when asked whether she thought the 41-year-old biker is "The One", Kat told People magazine: "I believe he
The youngest member of the Cameron clan has now taken up residence in Downing Street.
David Cameron and his wife Samantha were clearly delighted as they posed with baby Florence Rose Endellion, who was born unexpectedly early on the family's annual holiday in Cornwall.
As she cradled her precious bundle – now ten days old – the Prime Minister's wife glowed with pride.
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Sam, 39, also looked to be recovering well from the birth – which was by caesarean section.
Florence, their fourth child, will share her new quarters with siblings, Nancy and Arthur.
For all the science that goes into developing modern skincare, it’s often the oldest advice that helps skin look its best. Sally Penford of the International Dermal Institute separates the fact from the fiction…
Lemon lightens skin
Lemon has a gentle bleaching effect, but not enough to make a significant difference.
Toothpaste treats spots
It won’t clear a spot, but it usually contains menthol which cools skin and soothes inflammation.
Warm vegetable oil helps dry, cracked skin
Applying warm vegetable oil will help soften dry skin. Sweet almond oil contains vitamins and minerals, proteins and glycosides and is anti-inflammatory. Apricot kernel oil
Following Paris Hilton's recent arrest for alleged possession of cocaine, singer Rod Stewart has given the heiress some fatherly advice.
Rod's own son, Sean Stewart, has fought battles with alcohol and drugs, making the issue a significant one for the Maggie May singer.
In a recent interview, Rod advises his daughter Kimberly's childhood friend, who he says is a "beautiful girl" and "tremendously polite", to "give up the drugs."
He adds: "You don't need them. We've all done it but I've never been a druggie person so I've always been against it."