• Prince Harry plays gardener in funny cameo for Rugby World Cup cermony video

    Prince Harry took centre stage on Friday evening as the Rugby World Cup kicked off - popping up in the opening video. Though he only appeared for a few seconds in a clip detailing the origins of the sport, the sports-loving royal easily stole the show with his hilarious cameo role. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO Playing the small role of the gardener, Harry can be seen talking to rugby legend Johnny Wilkinson in a scene that shows a young William Webb Ellis pick up the football and start running with it towards the posts, creating a new sport which would

  • David Beckham reveals he controls what Brooklyn puts on social media

    Protective dad David Beckham has disclosed that he checks all of Brooklyn Beckham's posts before he puts them out on social media. While he admitted that it is his wife, Victoria Beckham, that is the strict one in the household, the former football star revealed that they both "control everything" Brooklyn posts on his social media sites. "Because our 16-year-old son, Brooklyn, he's got like four million Instagram followers. We control everything that he posts, everything that he does, and it's the same with our other kids." David has spoken out about screening his son Brooklyn's social media posts David also admitted

  • Natalie Anderson's exclusive LFW diary: Day 2 - baptism of fire at Zandra Rhodes, Bora Aksu and many more!

    Day 2 Well the first day of Fashion Week was madness! I managed to fly around London and see the work of five different designers all after presenting the fashion item on ITV's This Morning. First event: Bora Aksu Catwalk show at the British Fashion Council show space After hot footing it across from the This Morning studio I made my way to the BFC show space to sit front row at the Bora Aksu show. A London-based Turkish fashion designer, Aksu set up his fashion label after graduating from his MA at Central St Martins. He was awarded the New Generation

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