Congratulations are in order for Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh! The couple tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony, in front of their nearest and dearest on Saturday 11 July. Peter and Emily chose the idyllic venue of Mamhead House in Exeter to say "I do". The leafy grounds of the Georgian estate, which is surrounded by 164 sprawling acres of land, will have provided the perfect backdrop for their wedding photos. According to various reports, it was believed that Peter, 42, would provide some of the entertainment on the day and serenade his new wife at the reception. CLICK ON PHOTO
Last week Helen Flanagan and her newborn daughter Matilda enjoyed their first walk in the park with the little girl's daddy Scott Sinclair, but on Saturday Helen made it an all-girls' affair. The former Coronation Street actress and her baby headed for Bath for a girly day out, where they were joined by Helen's mum Julia. After a day of shopping around the boutiques and high street shops, the Flanagans stopped off at the chic Hall & Woodhouse restaurant, where Helen shared a sweet photo of her darling daughter. The 24-year-old posted a snap on Instagram of the grandmother-granddaughter duo bonding,
After a whirlwind romance on The X Factor, Chloe-Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie have announced that they are engaged. The popular contestant, who became good friends with his mentor Simon Cowell while on the show, has shared the exciting news online. Stevi reached out to his fans on Twitter, writing: "Hi everyone we are very pleased to announce that me and @CHLOEJASMINEW are engaged I am over the moon thank you peeps." The dad-of-one posted a photo of himself and Chloe-Jasmine in a sweet embrace, with the blonde glamazon happily showing off her new diamond engagement ring on her left hand.
Ronan Keating and his fiancée Storm Uechtritz have jetted off to Saint Lucia in the Caribbean for a romantic pre-wedding holiday. The couple, who exclusively announced their engagement in HELLO! magazine in April, touched down in paradise over the weekend. It wasn't long before the pair hit the sandy, white beach and shared photos of their idyllic getaway on Instagram. Storm, 34, was the first to reach out to her fans, writing about her much-needed break after months of wedding planning. "Arrived in paradise 🍹🌴 Time for a little pre-wedding unwind after a stressful few months, didn't dream #ViceroySugarBeach was THIS
Prince Albert marked a very special occasion on Saturday and Sunday – his ten-year anniversary as the reigning monarch of Monaco. But Albert, 57, couldn't have celebrated the momentous event without the support of his beautiful wife Princess Charlene, and the couple's young twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. It may have been their dad's big day, but the seven-month-old tots caused a fresh round of excitement when they were spotted observing the action from a balcony, safely out of the sun's heat. Little Gabriella, who was born just ahead of Jacques, looked adorable in a summery pink dress, while her
All eyes were on Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer as the pair went head to head in the men's singles final at Wimbledon on Sunday. But tennis fans and spectators briefly took their eyes off the court when Benedict Cumberbatch took his seat in the stands. The British actor, who was accompanied by his actor father Timothy Carlton, proved a sight for sore eyes. The 38-year-old made his entrance in a pale navy suit and striped shirt, and a textured green tie to match. Benedict was pictured chatting on the phone before the start of the game, after which he was
Prince Albert marked his 10 years as Monaco's ruler over the weekend. The 57-year-old was joined for the momentous occasion by his beautiful wife Princess Charlene and their young twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella. Princess Charlene showed her support for her husband of four years by taking to the stage to give a speech. The South African beauty, who was the picture of glamour in a pale pink dress and over-sized shades, surprised locals by addressing them in French for the first time publicly. "[Prince] Albert I was the Explorer, Rainier III was the Prince-Builder, and you are