• Angelina Jolie and Daniel Day-Lewis lead the Queen's birthday honours list

    Angelina Jolie, Daniel Day-Lewis and Stephen Sutton lead the Queen's Birthday Honours list this year, with Damian Lewis, Dame Maggie Smith and John Barrowman also being recognised for their work. Hollywood star Angelina, who co-chaired the End Sexual Violence in Conflict global summit with Foreign Secretary William Hague in London on Thursday, has been made an honourary Dame for her contribution to fighting sexual violence. The 39-year-old said the award meant a lot to her: "To receive an honour related to foreign policy means a great deal to me, as it is what I wish to dedicate my

  • British royals turn out in force for Trooping the Colour

    The British royals were out in force on Saturday 14 June to attend Trooping the Colour in London. In a stunning display of military tradition, pomp and pageantry, the parade celebrated the Queen's official birthday two months after she turned 88 on 21 April. The morning ceremony began with the royal family leaving Buckingham Palace. The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry in one carriage while Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenie, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex travelled in another. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Prince Harry, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge Following in

  • Jenna Fischer becomes a mum again at 40

    American actress Jenna Fischer has welcomed her second child at the age of 40. Former star of the US version of The Office Jenna has revealed that she gave birth to a baby girl on 25 May. The new arrival, who is called Harper Marie Kirk, is Jenna and her husband Lee Kirk's first daughter and is a younger sister to their two-year-old son Weston Lee. Jenna Fischer "We are pleased to announce the birth of our daughter Harper Marie Kirk," the couple told E!. "The family is doing great. We are happy, healthy and sleepy." In the run up to the birth Jenna

  • VIDEO: Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban sing for patients at children's hospital

    Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban delighted patients, staff and families at a Melbourne hospital when they visited children being treated there on Friday. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO The husband and wife duo made an appearance at Monash Children's Hospital in Clayton where they performed Amazing Grace with some of the youngsters and staff. Grammy Award-winning country music star Keith grabbed his guitar, launching into the famous song while Nicole and the surrounding crowd joined him in singing the lyrics. Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban at the Swisse Celebrate Life Ball Keith and Nicole, who are parents to daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret