• Sochi 2014: A host of royals show their support at the opening ceremony

    A host of royals were out in force on Friday to their support at the Sochi Winter Olympics' opening ceremony. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander were among the crowd at the Fisht Olympic Stadium, as were Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco, Prince Guillaume and his father Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Flying the flag for Great Britain was Princess Anne. The new grandmother took time to meet with Britain's athletes and Russian President Vladimir Putin, before the ceremony began. As the opening ceremony's celebrations began the royal were seen excitedly

  • Woody Allen responds to Dylan Farrow's assault claims

    Woody Allen has responded to his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow's claims that he assaulted her as a child. The filmmaker has denied all of Dylan's allegations and said that the open letter she wrote making the claims was influenced by her mother, Mia Farrow. "Of course, I did not molest Dylan," said 78-year-old Woody in an open letter posted online by The New York Times. "I loved her and hope one day she will grasp how she has been cheated out of having a loving father and exploited by a mother more interested in her own festering anger than her daughter's

  • Princess Eugenie shines at New York Fashion Week

    Princess Eugenie showed off her style credentials on Friday when she was spotted in the front row at Nonoo's Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week show. The 23-year-old British royal looked chic in navy blue dress, black tights and stiletto heels and added a pop of colour with pink lipstick. Eugenie, who is currently working in New York as a benefit auctions manager at auction house Paddle8, was joined on the front row by Katherine Keating, whose father is Australia's former Prime Minister Paul Keating.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Political journalist Katherine works in the Big Apple hosting the 'One On One'

  • Infanta Cristina of Spain faces questioning in court

    Infanta Cristina of Spain appeared in court on Saturday morning to face questioning over allegations of money laundering and tax evasion. The Spanish princess arrived at the courthouse in Palma de Mallorca at 9:45, saying "good morning" to the waiting photographers and journalists and telling them she was feeling "well". Cristina's lawyer said she was calm ahead of Saturday's proceedings, but added that he did not yet know if she would respond to all of the judge's questions.   HELLO!'s sister magazine HOLA! have reported that the counsel made a brief statement during a break in Cristina's testimony, saying that she was responding

  • Pregnant Tamara Ecclestone shows off her baby bump

    Tamara Ecclestone showed off her baby bump on Friday night in a form-fitting dogtooth dress. The pregnant F1 heiress and socialite was joined by her husband Jay Rutland at Park Lane's Intercontinental Hotel for a Formula 1 charity photographic auction. Mum-to-be Tamara accessorised her monochrome outfit with a black blazer, clutch bag and a pair of gold and black stilleto heels.   Tamara'sbillionaire father Bernie Ecclestone also attended the event, as did celebrity chef James Martin, presenter Vanessa Feltz and former F1 racer, Damon Hill. Posing for photographs, grandfather-to-be Bernie, 83, stood with his 29-year-old daughter, who is almost eight months pregnant. Last month Tamara