• A £4.5 m tax bill, 32 godchildren, 50 pairs of shoes: Prince Charles in numbers

    Prince Charles, who celebrates his 65th birthday while on tour in India and Sri Lanka on 14 November, says he is driven by "an extraordinary feeling, to heal and make things better in the world". In the course of a fascinating life, he has worked passionately to achieve that goal, championing the green movement, inter-faith relations and investment in young people. At 65, the warm, thoughtful man his friends and family have always known in private, has also become more relaxed and approachable in public. Take a look at the future King in numbers.   One: Times he has presented the weather The future King reported the forecast

  • 'Sorry I was so late to the party': Cameron Diaz joins Twitter

    Cameron Diaz made her entrance to the Twittersphere on Friday, earning more than 127,000 followers in 15 hours. "I JUST got a super cool new app called Twitter," wrote the actress, mocking her late arrival to the seven-year-old social media website. "Twelloooo!!!" "Thank you for the warm welcome!!" she added. "It's so fun and I'm sorry I was so late to the party, now I know why everyone's here!!"   The 41-year-old There's Something About Mary actress added a fun profile picture and a biography in which she describes herself as a "Liver and lover of life; professional laugher, eater, make-believer." Cameron swiftly followed her fellow Hollywood stars including Gwyneth

  • Katherine Kelly shows off her baby bump at Coronation Street party

    Katherine Kelly showed off her growing baby bump as she stepped out with her former Coronation Street co-stars to celebrate Peter Ecclestone's birthday. Katherine, who is several months pregnant, sported a black dress, tights and heels, cradling her bump as she arrived at the venue in Manchester. The 33-year-old walked hand in hand with her husband Ryan Clark as the couple joined fellow partygoers Lisa Riley, Samia Ghadie and Suranne Jones as well as the birthday boy's other half, Corrie star Anthony Cotton.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Model and actress Catherine Tyldesley also attended the special event, wearing a V-necked blue dress adorned with sequins

  • 'Being in the bottom two is really scary': Abbey Clancy talks exclusively to HELLO!

    Abbey Clancy is certainly a busy lady. As if juggling her modelling and presenting career with a two-year-old daughter weren't already enough, the Liverpudlian beauty has also been competing on Strictly Come Dancing. "I'm shattered," Abbey told HELLO! at Fashion for the Brave on Friday night. "We've been doing the Charleston this week which is a million miles an hour. Full on. But I'm really enjoying it and I just hope I don't find myself in the bottom two again. "Being in the bottom two was horrendous," added 27-year-old Abbey. "It was horrible. Especially being there with Rachel [Riley], who is my really good friend on

  • Prince William and David Beckham show their support for British rugby

    Prince William supported the country he lived and worked in for three years on Saturday when he attended the Wales v South Africa match in Cardiff. William, who worked as an RAF search rescue pilot in Anglesey until September, was given a tour of the Welsh team's changing room at Millennium Stadium by the club's Chief Executive Roger Lewis. Wearing a fitting dark red tie, the 31-year-old Prince met injured former players who are beneficiaries of the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY The trust, of which William is patron, was set up in 1972 to support players that have been seriously injured while playing rugby for