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Princess Eugenie is just as much of a football fan as Prince William! The British royal – just like the rest of the nation – has been glued to the screen over the past few weeks as England have been competing in the World Cup, and has now been branded the 'coolest princess' after she paid tribute to the team on social media. The bride-to-be took to Instagram to share a clip from the scene in Friends where Ross' monkey turns on the radio to play David Baddiel and Frank Skinner's 1996 hit Three Lions (Football's Coming Home!) song.
Prince Louis will be christened on Monday in a private ceremony in the Chapel Royal at London's St James's Palace – the same place his older brother Prince George was baptised five years earlier. This will be Louis' first public appearance since he made his public debut on the steps of the Lindo Wing in April, and will mark the Cambridge family's first outing as a family of five, with both George and Princess Charlotte expected to attend the service. The children's nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo is also thought to be on hand in her traditional Norland uniform
Emma and Matt Willis renew wedding vows in star-studded ceremony - with a shock reunion from this famous band
Emma and Matt Willis have been married for ten years, and they marked it in the most romantic way! The celebrity couple decided to renew their wedding vows in front of their famous friends on Saturday, and the service was conducted by non other than magician Stephen Mulhern. Guests in attendance included Rochelle Humes and her husband Marvin, as well as a shock reunion from McFly – who performed at the wedding reception for the first time in two years. To make the day even more special, all of Emma and Matt's female friends and family members wore wedding dresses to
Prince William has made no secret for his love of football, and has been delighting royal fans by sending out personal tweets about England's victory in the World Cup over the last few days. But even though William is often travelling around the world, he won't be able to go to Russia to support the England team in person. This is because he is not allowed in the host country, and neither is his brother Prince Harry. The royal family and government ministers have been banned from entering Russia following the Salisbury poisoning of former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal,
Cheryl and Liam Payne announced their shock split at the beginning of July, and have since kept a relatively low profile. However, Cheryl has now spoken out following the news, but had something far more positive on her mind – England's World Cup victory! The X Factor judge took to Twitter on Saturday following the nation's 2:0 defeat against Sweden in the quarter finals to show her support for the team. "The cheers I can hear outside coming from every direction is giving me chills !! #itscomimghome," she wrote. The Girls Aloud singer's fans were thrilled by her post,
Jamie Oliver is one lucky dad! The TV chef has five children between the ages of one and 16, and has paid tribute to his two sons in a sweet new social media post. Taking to Instagram, Jamie posted a gorgeous picture of the brothers playing together in the garden, looking strikingly similar with their blonde hair and toothy grins. "My inspiration," he simply captioned the picture, accompanied by a love heart emoji. Fans adored the photo, and many took to the comments section. "Those happy smiling faces. That's love," one wrote, while another said: "Just lovely to see
Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank are set to tie the knot in October at the same Windsor venue as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and until now, details of their big day have been kept under wraps. However, according to reports, the happy couple have decided on their flower girls and pageboys, and they include none other than Robbie Williams and Ayda Field's five-year-old daughter Teddy. The Mail on Sunday has said that the famous couple have been good friends with both Eugenie and her big sister Princess Beatrice for many years, and that other flower
Leigh Francis – better known by his alter-ego Keith Lemon – enjoyed a day out with his wife Jill Carter on Saturday to attend Emma and Matt Willis' wedding renewal party. The comedy star is notoriously private, and often hides behind his characters in interviews, but Leigh looked happy and relaxed at his friend's nuptials, with fans even pointing out that he was missing his trademark bandage – a sign that he was attending simply as himself. Taking to Instagram to congratulate his famous friends on ten years of marriage, Leigh shared a gorgeous group photo which included his
Football’s former First Lady Nancy Dell’Olio has revealed that her love life is better than ever now she’s in her fifties. In an exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine, the glamorous Italian lawyer also tells how she attracts younger men as she gets older. "Sex and physical attraction are very important and it’s much better in my 50s than in my 20s. After 40, women are in complete control and you know exactly what you want and what you don’t," Nancy told HELLO! "When I was growing up I was looking for security and stability and I was
Exclusive! Camilla Kerslake and Chris Robshaw marry in France - and the bride's dress is by Duchess Kate's favourite designer
Soprano star Camilla Kerslake and former England rugby captain Chris Robshaw have married in a romantic ceremony in Provence, covered exclusively by HELLO! magazine. The 29-year-old classical singer wore a white tulle skirt with an exquisite appliquéd bodice and veil by designer Jenny Packham as she wed in front of 50 members of their family and close friends on 29 June at Le Preverger, an historic 18-bedroom chateau, the magazine reveals. "It was our dream to marry here," Camilla told HELLO! "The Cote d’Azur is our favourite place in the world and we wanted to share that with our