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Popular BBC One drama Our Girl was cancelled once again on Friday night, after a Wimbledon match overran and forced the TV channel to reschedule the show back to its usual slot of Tuesday at 9pm. After the Men's Singles semi-final between Kevin Anderson and John Isner went on for a whopping six hours and 35 minutes, it was announced that the series would be moved during the second semi-final, between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The show's lead star, Michelle Keegan, even took to Instagram to apologise to fans. Frustrated fans are keen to see what happens in the next
Donald and Melania Trump arrived in the UK for a state visit this week, and the most memorable stop on their itinerary was surely their meeting with the Queen on Friday. All eyes were on the President and the First Lady as they first stepped out of their car to greet Her Majesty – and many royal-watchers were quick to notice that there was no curtsy from Melania, while Donald did briefly nod his head as he arrived at Windsor Castle. In fact, it's thought that there's no requirement for a First Lady to curtsy to The Queen –
David Beckham sends adorable good luck message to 11-year-old The Voice Kids contestant Lilia Slattery
David Beckham has sent a sweet message of support to The Voice Kids contestant Lilia Slattery, who will be appearing on the new series of the show - which starts on Saturday. The 11-year-old talent has a connection to the footballer through her grandfather Steve Slattery, who was the England football team's lead masseur during David's time in the squad. Alongside an adorable photograph of himself with little Lilia, the dad-of-four wrote: "Lilia good luck on the Voice Kids tomorrow night on ITV make grandad cry for me please which will not be difficult!" Image: @davidbeckham Instagram David's fans were quick to
Holly Willoughby has shared a glimpse at her daughter, Belle, in her latest Instagram snap. Posting a photo of her seven-year-old's arms as she cuddled a teddy bear, Holly captioned the picture explaining that she had told Belle about Donald Trump's visit to the UK, and reveals her youngster's clever response. She wrote: "Little Belle... and this is why I love her... whilst watching the Queen meeting President Trump I was explaining to her about his 'build a wall' on the border policy and the impact of that. She replied to me, 'Mummy... I wouldn't build a border, I'd
Calling all Queer Eye fans! The popular Netflix show, which follows five hosts helping to transform lives, is coming back for season three! The show's official Twitter account revealed the exciting news on Friday, writing: "Get in, henny! We’re taking a road trip. Are you ready for Season 3? Kansas City, Missouri HERE. WE. COME." The reality show will begin production on Monday, with the show's fab five, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, and Tan France all due to return to the programme, which will drop on Netflix in 2019. The Fab Five will return for
The Duchess of Sussex made her first Wimbledon appearance as a member of the royal family on Saturday looking absolutely stunning in an incredibly chic outfit, but did she break Wimbledon's Royal Box dress code? For her first appearance in the box, alongside sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry's wife chose to wear a blue striped shirt and cream high-waisted trousers by Ralph Lauren and a bag by Alturzarra. She accessorised the look with Leonard sunglasses by Illesteva and a Maison Michel hat – which are actually banned from the Royal Box. The last time Meghan cheered on Serena Williams