• Liberty Ross files for divorce from husband Rupert Sanders

    After a turbulent six months Liberty Ross and Rupert Sanders have called time on their marriage. Following Rupert's brief affair with actress Kristen Stewart, 34-year-old Liberty has filed for divorce from her film director husband at Los Angeles Superior County Court. According to reports from TMZ, Liberty has asked for spousal support from Rupert, as well as joint custody of their children Sykla, 7 and five-year-old Tennyson.    The website also reported that in his response to the divorce petition, Rupert also seeks joint custody of Skyla and Tennyson, and wants himself and Liberty to share the legal fees. The couple's relationship has been under immense strain since news

  • Ashton Kutcher's role in 'jOBS' draws Sundance to a close

    As it draws to a close, the Sundance Film Festival is set to finish on a high note. jOBS, the biopic of Apple founder Steve Jobs, starring Ashton Kutcher is the final screening on the festival's busy schedule. And having arrived in Park City Utah, where the 10-day festival takes place, Ashton attended the film's world premiere on Friday. The eagerly anticipated movie will show the world how the 34-year-old actor went about immortalising one of the 21st century's great visionaries. jOBS tells the story of how, in 1976,  Red College dropout Steve Jobs began a technical revolution from his parents' garage.   With his friend and technical expert Steve Wozniak,

  • A thoroughly modern princess: Tech-savvy Marie-Chantal of Greece

    The princesses of today are not like those who preceded them. Now modern women of their time, some female royals are increasing their global presence by using social networking sites. One such princess is Marie-Chantal of Greece, whose frequent Instagram posts are a delight for her fans. And like most users of the photo sharing programme, Marie-Chantal enjoys uploading images of her family, her friends, pets, and celebrations.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The London-born princess is not the only royal to use modern technology, with Queen Rania of Jordan and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway using accounts such as Twitter to