• Peaches Geldof: How her family are coping one year after her death

    Peaches Geldof's family are expected to mark the first anniversary of her death by attending a private memorial service on Tuesday. The 25-year-old died from an accidental heroin overdose at her home in Wrotham on 7 April 2014. Peaches' family are said to be closer than ever in recent months after rallying around to support each other through their grief. They are also helping her widower Thomas Cohen to raise the couple's two sons – Astala, who turns three in April, and 23-month-old Phaedra. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Peaches Geldof's family will mark the anniversary of her death with a memorial

  • George Clooney has new privacy laws issued for his Italian home

    George Clooney has called on the Italian law to protect his privacy. The Hollywood actor, who owns two villas in Lake Como, has had a new warning issued to members of the public who are found approaching his property. Those who take their car or boat within 100 metres of George's home will be fined up to €500 – the equivalent of approximately £365 – The Telegraph has reported. According to the publication, the mayor of Laglio Roberto Pozzi has given the go-ahead for the ruling. New photos posted near George's villa also give details of the warning and fine. CLICK ON

  • Rebecca Ferguson supports former boyfriend Zayn Malik after One Direction exit

    Rebecca Ferguson has shared her thoughts on Zayn Malik's recent departure from One Direction. The two singers briefly dated after meeting on The X Factor back in 2010, at the start of the band's fame. At the time, their relationship made headlines due to the six-year age gap between the pair, but Rebecca and Zayn have always maintained that they are friends and split on good terms. When quizzed about his exit from the band, Rebecca, 28, showed her support for her former love. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Zayn Malik and Rebecca Ferguson dated for four months after meeting on

  • Bruce Jenner's tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer announced

    Bruce Jenner's highly-anticipated interview with journalist Diane Sawyer will air on Friday 24 April, it has been announced. The 65-year-old will reportedly open up about his rumoured gender transition in the two-hour interview, which will be broadcast on the ABC television network. The network have said that Bruce Jenner – The Interview, will be "far-ranging and exclusive" but have revealed little else about the talk, which was recorded in February. The exclusive interview will be broadcast during a special edition of US show 20/20 at 9pm ET. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Bruce Jenner has filmed an exclusive interview with journalist Diane

  • Denise Van Outen reveals the real reason she fell out with Johnny Vaughn

    Seven years have gone by since Denise Van Outen last spoke to Johnny Vaughan. The pair, who shot to fame as co-presenters on The Big Breakfast in 1997, haven't had any contact since their ill-fated reunion on Capital Radio's breakfast show in 2008. In a new interview with the Telegraph, Denise admitted she is sad their friendship came to an end, though concedes that Johnny "knocked my confidence a bit". CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Denise Van Outen has opened up about her fall-out with Johnny Vaughn "I'm a girl's girl but I've got quite a male sense of humour so I get

  • Abbey Clancy shares photo of huge baby bump just weeks before due date

    Abbey Clancy is counting down the days to the birth of her second baby. The pregnant model, who is married to footballer Peter Crouch, shared a snap of her growing baby bump on Twitter. Updating her followers on her pregnancy progress, Abbey posted a gorgeous selfie. "Just over 6 weeks to go and counting," she captioned it, alongside a host of baby emoticons. Dressed for comfort, Abbey was pictured striking a pose in front of her mirror. She drew attention to her bump by placing a tender hand on her stomach and standing slightly side-on. Just over 6 weeks to go and

  • George Clooney has new privacy laws issued for his Italian home

    George Clooney has called on the Italian law to protect his privacy. The Hollywood actor, who owns two villas in Lake Como, has had a new warning issued to members of the public who are found approaching his property. Those who take their car or boat within 100 metres of George's home will be fined up to €500 – the equivalent of approximately £365 – The Telegraph has reported. According to the publication, the mayor of Laglio Roberto Pozzi has given the go-ahead for the ruling. New photos posted near George's villa also give details of the warning and fine. CLICK ON