• Kate's nose becomes new fashion craze in the cosmetic industry

    Known for having flawless sense of fashionable know-how, it's hardly ever surprising when one of Kate Middleton's dresses, shirt or bag sells out just moments after the style icon has been spotted wearing them out in public. Her Chelsea blown dried locks are equally coveted by fans but now it seems that Kate's facial features are to follow the trend with the royal's nose making it as the biggest current craze in cosmetic surgery.    The New York Daily News recently reported a dramatic increase of women on the other side of the Atlantic requesting plastic surgeons to create a royal-worthy

  • Jessie J debuts her newly shaven head

    Singer Jessie J went all out for Comic Relief on Friday night by shaving off her striking dark hair and fringe. The Who's Laughing Now singer bravely said goodbye to her locks in contribution to Comic Relief's record total of £75m, which was announced by comedian Russell Brand.  Jessie, 24, raised over £500,000 and is now getting used to her new look and has already done her first photo shoot. "My first shoot with no hair! Kept touching my head lol what day night! So honoured to be a part of" she tweeted.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Speaking to host Dermot

  • Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas enjoy fun-filled night out in London

    Prince Harry's relationship with Cressida Bonas is blossoming as the two enjoyed a night out at London's Rum Kitchen on Friday. Harry, 28, was seen leaving the Notting Hall joint with a smile on his face in the early hours of Saturday morning shortly followed by girlfriend Cressida. The Prince, who is currently on leave from his service in Afghanistan, sported a black waistcoat over a black and white checked shirt and blue jeans.   Cressida, 24, followed Harry dressed casually in grey jeans, black boots. The socialite also wrapped up against the cold in a black jacket with military style buttons and topped her blonde locks with a

  • Sweden bids farewell to Princess Lilian

    It was a sombre occasion for the Swedish royals who attended the Royal Chapel at the Royal Palace of Stockholm for Princess Lilian's funeral. Fittingly dressed all in black King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Madeleine and her fiance Chris O'Neill were amongst those in the front row at the service on Saturday, nearly a week after Princess Lilian passed away. Outside the chapel well-wishers lined the streets as the Swedish flag flies at half mast.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY The Swedish princess, a Welsh-born model who became a "much-loved" member of the royal household, died on 10 March, aged 97.

  • Ireland's celebrity hotspots

    Rihanna, Victoria Beckham and Beyonce have all sampled the delights of the Emerald Isle. As St Patrick's Day is celebrated around the world this Sunday, HELLO! Online gives you a tour of Ireland's celebrity hotspots, from the castle that Victoria and David Beckham chose as their wedding destination to the pub that has welcomed famous visitors including Julia Roberts and Sean Connery. Here's how you can follow in the footsteps of the famous:    CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Where to stay Dublin and Belfast are the easiest cities to reach, and musical sensation Rihanna has spent time in both. She recently