• Is Rosamund Pike set to play Princess Diana in Feud season two?

    Rosamund Pike is the actress tipped to play Princess Diana in the next series of Feud, according to The Evening Standard's The Londoner column. The article also predicts that Matthew Goode, who played Lord Snowdon in The Crown, will take on the part of Prince Charles. The next installment of the series, created by American Horror Story and American Crime Story executive producer Ryan Murphy, was confirmed to be focused on Charles and Diana in April 2017. If true, this will be the Gone Girl actress' first big TV role since appearing in Women In Love in 2011. The series will centre around Charles and Diana's relationship READ MORE: Royal baby excitement: see Kate Middleton, Prince William,

  • Jennifer Hudson wants to sing at the royal wedding - but didn't know Meghan Markle is American!

    Jennifer Hudson has offered to sing at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - but also admitted that she didn't realise Meghan was a fellow American! The The Voice judge, who was speaking ahead of Saturday night's live final, took time out to congratulate the happy couple who are set to walk down the aisle in May. When asked about her thoughts on Harry and Meghan's wedding, as well as on an American joining the royal family, she said: "I think I should sing! Congratulations to them. Is she an American child? Are you serious? I didn't know

  • Anton Du Beke reveals the names of his one-year-old twins for the first time

    Anton Du Beke has opened up about his life as a father to one-year-old twins, in a 'Confessions of a Celebrity School Run' video made with Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly. The professional dancer, who has never revealed the names of his daughter and son before, shared that the adorable tots are called George and Henrietta as he chatted to Tess. 51-year-old Anton, whose wife Hannah gave birth to the twins last year, has been private about his family life up until now - but told Tess that fatherhood "is the best thing in the world ever". Aw! Anton

  • Eamonn Holmes announces he is returning to ITV's Good Morning Britain

    Eamonn Holmes has announced he is returning to present ITV's Good Morning Britain next week, in an early social media post on Saturday. Eamonn wrote on Twitter: "Wakey, wakey… the early shift beckons next week. Looking forward to being back on my old stomping ground with @GMB Mon - Thurs." It is not clear if Eamonn is standing in for one of the regular presenters or taking on a different role entirely, but the star is clearly looking forward to working with the GMB team. "Hope I get a chance to wake you up next week," he added on Instagram.  Eamonn has

  • Prince Charles jokes no more 'budgie smugglers' as he approaches 70th birthday

    Prince Charles has joked he will never again be able to fit into a pair of "budgie smugglers" as he approaches his 70th birthday! Speaking at an event in Brisbane attended by people celebrating the same milestone this year, the heir to the throne said he knew "only too well" of the "strange feeling of disbelief" at reaching his age. He said: "I do know only too well - and understand - the strange feeling of disbelief that this is actually happening and that never again, for instance, will it be possible to squeeze into a pair of budgie

  • Declan Donnelly takes smiley selfie ahead of solo Saturday Night Takeaway final

    Declan Donnelly has taken to Instagram to share a smiley selfie ahead of the Saturday Night Takeaway finale – which he will once again present without his on-screen partner Ant McPartlin, who has returned to rehab following his drink-driving incident in March. The TV star, who posed for the happy selfie in front of Florida's iconic Universal Studios globe, posted the photo to the pair's official Instagram account, which he has continued to post on since Ant decided to seek treatment once again. Dec wrote: "#saturdaynighttakeaway show day," alongside the snap of his big grin – maintaining the positive

  • Fans flock to praise Dec for poignant Saturday Night Takeaway finale

    Declan Donnelly's loyal fans rushed to send their supportive messages during the finale of Saturday Night Takeaway this weekend, as the star presented the show alone once again. One viewer tweeted: "I was proud of Dec last week hosting on his own but I’m even more proud of how he’s managed to deliver a fantastic season finale across the pond on his own! He’s a true showman & he should be mega proud of himself!" Dec opened the show with a spectacular musical opener, which many thought was a tribute to best friend Ant - since the chosen song was

  • Was Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway song a tribute to Ant? Star sings 'Everybody Needs Somebody'

    Declan Donnelly opened the live finale of Saturday Night Takeaway with an all-singing-all-dancing musical number this weekend, choosing to belt out Everybody Needs Somebody to Love by the Blues Brothers for the show's big opener. The final episode seemed to have a theme of togetherness, perhaps in solidarity with the absent Ant McPartlin, who returned to rehab last month. When asked who was invited to the night's show by Scarlett Moffatt, Dec replied, "You, me, them – everybody!" – before the opening credits saw Dec, Scarlett and fellow presenter Stephen Mulhern handing out invites to the happy crowds. Dec opened the