• Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield 'taking a break' from their three year relationship

    Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are reportedly taking a break after three years of dating. Andrew, 31, has not been seen in public with Emma, 26, since early January and is currently away filming Martin Scorsese's new film Silence in Taiwan. "He's thrown himself into the project to the detriment of all else," a source told People. "But it's too early to say the relationship is over." CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are 'taking a break' Andrew was also noticeably absent from this year's Golden Globes and Oscars, where Emma was nominated for Best Supporting Actress. "Emma understands his

  • Sam Branson and wife Isabella take baby Eva-Deia on Easter holiday

    New parents Sam Branson and his wife Isabella took their baby daughter Eva-Deia on her first holiday over Easter. The family celebrated in the village of Deia, Majorca where the seven-week-old got her unique name. Proud dad Sam clearly enjoyed the getaway judging by the photos he shared on Instagram, including a snap of him and Isabella holding their baby next to a sign that displayed her name. "Eva-Deia visiting her name place on her first Easter!" he wrote. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY Sam Branson and his wife Isabella took Eva-Deia to Majorca for Easter Another picture showed Isabella cradling and kissing her

  • Kim Kardashian brings North West to Armenia to honour heritage

    Kim Kardashian has taken her daughter North West to hotspots around the world, including Paris, New York and London. But one of the family's most poignant trips to date will perhaps be a visit to Armenia – the country where Kim descends from. Kim, who lives in Los Angeles with her famous Kardashian-Jenner siblings and her rapper husband Kanye West, has gone back to her roots to learn more about her heritage. Her late father Robert Kardashian was a third-generation Armenian American, and Kim has always expressed a desire to understand her dad's culture and the country's history. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR

  • Avril Lavigne's husband talks about her battle with Lyme disease

    Avril Lavigne's husband, Chad Kroeger, has spoken for the first time about her battle with debilitating Lyme disease. The Nickelback frontman admitted he was "very thankful" that Avril's condition was now public knowledge. Chad, 40, opened up while being interviewed by KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O in Australia this week. "I'm like, 'OK the wife has come out and said this and now I don't have to keep hiding,'" he said. "With everyone going, 'What's wrong with your wife?', and me just going, 'Ah, she's going to be fine'. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Chad Kroeger is 'thankful' wife Avril's Lyme

  • Mischa Barton sues mother over lost earnings

    Mischa Barton is suing her mother Nuala Barton, alleging that she has stolen money throughout her career. In legal documents filed on Tuesday, the 29-year-old also accuses her mother of bullying and not allowing her access to a Beverly Hills home that was purchased with money earned from her career as a child actress. The actress' career has been managed by her mother for over 20 years following her performances in films Notting Hill and The Sixth Sense, along with her leading role in US TV series The OC when she was just 17. "While Barton was busy perfecting her craft

  • Michael Douglas talks about son Dylan's faith in Judaism following his 'first taste of anti-Semitism'

    Michael Douglas credits his son Dylan's interest in Judaism for bringing religion back into his life. The actor said the 14-year-old has "brought a lot of the spirituality into our household" since he asked his family to have a bar mitzvah. The Oscar-winner, who is married to Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, revealed their son developed an interest in Judaism at school. "The irony is my father is Jewish, my mother is Protestant. I married Catherine (Zeta-Jones) who is Catholic," he said in an interview with NBC. "With our son just going to school and meeting a couple of Jewish friends, on

  • Kim Kardashian brings North West to Armenia to honour heritage

    Kim Kardashian has taken her daughter North West to hotspots around the world, including Paris, New York and London. But one of the family's most poignant trips to date will perhaps be a visit to Armenia – the country where Kim descends from. Kim, who lives in Los Angeles with her famous Kardashian-Jenner siblings and her rapper husband Kanye West, has gone back to her roots to learn more about her heritage. Her late father Robert Kardashian was a third-generation Armenian American, and Kim has always expressed a desire to understand her dad's culture and the country's history. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR