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Katie Holmes' beloved grandmother has sadly passed away, and the Hollywood star has paid an emotional tribute to her on social media. Posting a black-and-white photo of her "guardian angel" on her Instagram account, Katie wrote: "Our guardian angel. My beautiful, strong, creative, loving grandma. You are missed but your wisdom and love are with me and my family every day. I am so thankful for all of our wonderful times. I am so thankful for this beautiful heart. #blessed#family #legacy #ohio." Messages of sympathy quickly followed from Katie's fans, who were quick to offer their support. One wrote:
David Walliams had fans in stitches after posting a series of photos of the Britain's Got Talent presenters joking around on a private jet amidst the rumoured rift between Ant McPartlin and Amanda Holden. The Little Britain star posted a photo of the group – Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Declan Donnelly, himself, Ant and Amanda, all pointing fingers to each other in a mock feud. "We all had a furious argument about something on the way home. @bgt@simoncowell @noholdenback@aleshaofficial @antanddecofficial," he wrote besides the photo. "Yes there is clearly a tense discussion going on here, it'll be front page,"
Patrick J. Adams has come to his former Suits co-star Meghan Markle's defence after US politician Paul Nehlen shared a racist Twitter post about the royal-bride-to-be. The cruel post was branded as "sick" by Patrick, who penned a lengthy tweet against the comment. He wrote: "Oh @pnehlen – you're a sad and sick man with no sense of shame or class. Get a life. And don't go anywhere near MM – she's got more power, strength, honor and compassion in her fingernail than you'll ever know in this lifetime. Way above your weight class." Patrick J. Adams jumped to Meghan
Paddy McGuinness' wife Christine has taken to social media to share a cryptic post about "deserving more" after her husband was spotted out in London with All Saints star Nicole Appleton on Friday. Christine, 29, took to her Twitter account on Sunday, writing: "When you realise you deserve so much more..that's not a bad thing." The mother-of-three also shared an Instagram picture of a quote from Marilyn Monroe. It read: "I believe everything happens for a reason. People change so you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you can appreciate them when they're right. You believe lies