Click on photos for full gallery of Cheryl Cole's style moments Pop princess Cheryl Cole has turned 30, something she is feeling very positive about. "I knew this was going to happen because I always used to look up to women in their 30s and think, 'This is when women are at their most beautiful, their most sexy, and their most confident'," she said in a recent interview. "That's what I was aspiring to be and now I'm here too. I feel like, 'Cool, I can relax now'." CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY It's also been quite the year for her,
Nigella Lawson has returned to Twitter for the first time since images emerged of an argument between herself and her husband, Charles Saatchi. To celebrate her son's 17th birthday the celebrity chef and writer posted a photogaph on the social networking site of the birthday cake she made for Bruno. The chocolate cake, studded with candles in the shape of miniature bottles of champagne, read 'Happy Birthday Bruno' and has since been re-tweeted 163 times and 'favourited' by 657 of Nigella's fans. Many of her followers replied to the tweet with positive messages about her return. "Good to see you back,"
Charlotte Casiraghi turned heads at Monte Carlo's horse jumping events on Friday and Saturday, when the royal stepped out with her mother, Princess Caroline, and uncle, Prince Albert of Monaco. Charlotte, 26, who has taken part in the show jumping competition in previous years, chose a smart ivory coloured jacket and matching trousers for the equestrian event on Friday, completing her elegant look with a pair of open-toe tan sandals. Standing next to her stylish daughter was Princess Caroline of Monaco, who wore a black blazer, a pair of bold, golden trouser and black and gold strappy heels. Charlotte Casiraghi and her
Kate Middleton and Prince William are just weeks away from welcoming their first child into the world and royal baby excitement is at an all time high. When William and Kate's baby is born in July, celebrations around the world will take place to mark the new heir to the throne's arrival. The euphoria surrounding the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child is set to be similar to when Prince William was born when hundreds gathered outside the St Mary's Hospital in London hoping to catch a glimpse of the newborn, in what was described as a "carnival atmosphere". In