• Exclusive: One Direction's emotional trip to Ghana

    In tears one minute and smiling the next, One Direction are reliving their two-day "real eye-opener" of a trip to Africa. Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan all visited Agbogbloshie township in the capital of Accra to see how Red Nose Day money is helping the poorest people in Ghana. The past year has been one of global success and incredible firsts for the band – meeting the Queen, winning a Brit Award and performing their hit single What Makes You Beautiful from the back of a van as part of the Olympics closing

  • Wish you were here! Wayne Rooney shares holiday snap of his son Kai

    While his pregnant wife and his son are soaking up the sun in Barbados, Wayne Rooney has had to stay at home to work. But despite the 4,000 miles between them, his family is very much on his mind. The footballer has shared a photo of his three-year-old sent to him by Coleen that shows little Kai buried up to his neck in sand..   To accompany the Twitter picture, Wayne has written: "Kai having a bit of fun on holiday, looking forward to seeing him!" Coleen is enjoying a relaxing Caribbean break before the arrival of the couple's second

  • Chris Hemsworth keeps a protective eye on baby daughter India and wife Elsa

    With his muscular frame and chiselled good looks, it's not hard to see why Chris Hemsworth is Hollywood's action man of the moment. Off-screen, the Thor star is a completely devoted dad to his nine-month-old daughter India. And he looked every inch the protective father when he stepped out with his family over the weekend. Chris, 29, kept an eye on wife Elsa Pataky and their adorable baby girl as they headed out for lunch together in Santa Monica on Saturday.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Wearing a trademark beanie and casually dressed in a t-shirt and jeans, the Australian

  • Ben Fogle mingles with orang-utans in Borneo as he prepares for Atlantic swim

    Ben Fogle has embarked on yet another adventure, this time to South-East Asia. The professional globetrotter has been mingling with orang-utans in Sarawak, on the north-east coast of Borneo which, along with Sumatra in Indonesia, is the only place in the world where orang-utans still live in the wild. Ben, 39, spent two days at the Matang Wildlife Centre observing its 24 orang-utan inhabitants. Many of the great apes had been orphaned or kept as pets. The younger ones are gradually being taught how to live in the wild.   PHOTO BY SHARON L.SAGAN   "They are going through a rehabilitation process,

  • David Beckham takes his children for a half-term kickabout in the park

    Harper Beckham got tips from the top as she kicked a ball in the park with dad David Beckham and her big brothers on Monday morning. With mum Victoria caught up in the whirl of London Fashion Week, David was on duty and took his brood of four out to enjoy the sunny weather. Accompanied by friends, brothers Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, ten, and Cruz, seven, brushed up on their ball skills under their dad’s watchful eye as well as doting on their 19-month-old sister. The two younger boys, Romeo and Cruz, were particularly keen for a kick about while big brother

  • Stars pay tribute to 'The Good Life' star Richard Briers

    Stars have paid tribute to Good Life actor Richard Briers, who has died of emphysema aged aged 79. The actor died "peacefully" at his London home on Sunday, his agent said. Briers, who was also known for his Shakespearean roles, had been battling a serious lung condition for a number of years.   CLICK ON IMAGES FOR GALLERY  "Oh no, I’ve just heard the news that Richard Briers has died. How sad. He was the most adorable and funny man imaginable," tweeted Stephen Fry. History Boys star Russell Tovey also paid homage to the actor. "RIP Richard Briers... So sad... What a legend x,"