• William and Harry get down and dirty in festive football match

    Good sports Prince William and Harry were happy to get down and dirty for a good cause. The royal brothers weren’t afraid to get a bit muddy for the annual charity football match held near the royal Sandringham estate in Castle Rising in Norfolk. Despite traditionally playing on opposing teams, this year the brothers teamed up and played together for the Black Horse Inn, a pub close to William’s Anmer Hall residence. This year the Princes played on the same team Defying the 40mph winds and torrential rain, more than 200 people came to watch the local game and cheer on Prince

  • Kylie Jenner speaks out about engagement rumours

    Kylie Jenner has put our minds to rest by revealing that she is not engaged. The reality TV star sent the rumour mill into overdrive during the Christmas break when she was spotted flaunting a large diamond ring. The 18-year-old has uploaded several pictures of the ring onto her Instagram page and app but was quick to shoot down assumptions that she will be walking down the aisle with boyfriend Tyga. Kylie has denied she is engaged to boyfriend Tyga Taking to her app, the clothes designer wrote: "Every year my Mom throws a huge Christmas Eve party and this years was

  • Justin Timberlake: My son is 'the greatest gift ever'

    Full of Christmas joy Justin Timberlake has shared an adorable message about his 8-month-old child Silas. On Boxing day, the father-of-one took to his social media page to express his love for his son to his 19.4M followers. "This life…Truly the GREATEST gift ever. Hoping you are spending time with the ones you cherish and remembering that we are ALL family. Sending love from ours to yours. Merry Christmas, everyone!! – J and J and S," wrote the singer alongside a picture of him gently kissing his son’s nose. "This life...Truly the GREATEST gift ever," wrote Justin on his Instagram page This

  • The Queen is joined by William, Kate and Harry at Sunday church service in Sandringham

    The Duchess of Cambridge accompanied her husband William and brother-in-law Harry, as several members of the British royal family attended the Sunday service at the St Mary Magdalene church, on the Sandringham estate. Kate left behind her two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte to attend the religious service with her husband’s relatives. At the traditional post-Christmas ceremony, Kate looked lovely in a tweed jacket and skirt accompanied with a dark blue fascinator. The 33-year-old, who smiled and waved as she walked to the church, looked overjoyed when she was handed a bouquet of yellow flowers from well-wishers who had