• Nigella Lawson's husband releases divorce statement

    Nigella Lawson's husband of nine years, Charles Saatchi, is seeking a divorce and has released an astonishing open statement in which he expresses his "disappointment" that his wife did not defend his reputation after he was photographed with his hand around her neck. "I am disappointed that she was advised to make no public comment to explain that I abhor violence of any kind against women, and have never abused her physically in an way," said the advertising agency tycoon to The Mail on Sunday.   The statement comes just weeks after shocking photographs were released of the couple having an argument

  • Bernie Nolan planned her funeral

    Bernie Nolan, who died after a three-year battle with cancer on Thursday, expressed a wish her for her ashes to be buried alongside those of her stillborn daughter Kate, who she lost in 1997. Coleen Nolan revealed how her sister had planned every detail of her funeral, which will take place on 17 July. "The funeral will be the party she wanted," Coleen told the Sunday Mirror, adding that it will be a "massive celebration of her life."   CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE Actress and singer Bernie, 52, who starred in TV shows including The Bill and Brookside, had expressed a wish

  • Sir Michael Parkinson: 'I have cancer'

    Sir Michael Parkinson, 78, has revealed that he is suffering from prostrate cancer, which was discovered during a routine check-up. "I have prostate cancer - and I must admit it is a bore," he told The Sun. "I am 78. Of course mortality is on the mind. But I'm not afraid." "I have been told to expect to make a full recovery. And that is the goal. My wife Mary has been a tremendous support and while she has been, of course, very upset, she can see how I have approached this."   CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE The Yorkshire-born chatshow host has been

  • Prince William and Kate Middleton haven't decided baby name

    Kate Middleton and Prince William have reportedly drawn up a shortlist of names for their baby, but are waiting until he or she is born before making a final decision. Even when the royal baby does arrive it may be a while before the name is revealed to the public. Prince William’s parents Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, waited a week before revealing the name of their first-born son.   CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE It took two weeks for Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, to settle on the name Princess Beatrice. The Queen took longer – one month