• I'm a Celebrity: Harry Redknapp's wife Sandra embarrassed by his declarations of love

    Harry Redknapp has won over I’m a Celebrity viewers with his sweet declarations of love for his wife Sandra in the jungle, but she has admitted to being a bit embarrassed about his comments. The 71-year-old confessed it has been "quite hard" to watch her husband on the ITV show, after touching down in Australia with her granddaughter Molly on Thursday. "It has been quite hard to watch him, he just doesn’t realise that everybody is hearing him say things and talking about me, it’s quite embarrassing really," Sandra told The Sun. "He doesn’t realise the public are seeing him saying things,

  • Karen Clifton admits to tough time after relaxing with her 'boos'

    Karen Clifton has been spending a lot of time with her boos - as she affectionately calls her dogs - at home recently, during what she's called 'tough' times. The Strictly Come Dancing star has shared photos with her dogs Betty and Marley throughout the week, and most recently posted a picture of the two pooches along with the caption: "They make any tough day go away…" It came after she uploaded a picture last Sunday of herself wearing a dressing gown while laying on the sofa with her friends, and commented, "Mood," which suggested she was tired after

  • Ruth Wilson had to 'give birth' to her own dad in new show

    Ruth Wilson has opened up about the bizarre experience of pretending to give birth to her own father in her new BBC series, Mrs Wilson. In the show, which first aired on Tuesday, Ruth plays her real-life grandmother, Alison Wilson, who was shocked to discover that her husband was secretly married to three other women during his career in the army. Speaking about playing the role on the Graham Norton Show, which will air on Friday night, she said: "It's completely insane. It's madness to turn up and play the mother to my dad and my uncle." Ruth plays her grandmother

  • Alan Carr gives up alcohol to support his husband

    TV presenter Alan Carr is known for enjoying a showbiz party with the occasional boozy tipple, but the hilarious star has now revealed he's given up alcohol since marrying his husband Paul Drayton. Talking about Paul, 42-year-old Alan told an audience at a recent gig in London: "He’s been sober for 161 days. I haven’t had a drink during this time either… or a smile." After making the revelation that he gave up alcohol to support his new husband, Alan continued to explain that he didn't even tell his family he was getting married, saying: "I didn’t tell them

  • Dragons' Den star Sarah Willingham sets off on the trip of a lifetime: Full exclusive story

    Dragon's Den star and mum-of-four Sarah Willingham decided in 2016 to take her family on a round-the-world trip – because she never took maternity leave. The multimillionaire businesswoman, her husband Michael, and their children – Minnie, 10, Monti, eight, Nelly, six and five-year-old Marly – set off on the year-long, once-in-a-lifetime adventure which took them to the furthest corners of the earth. "For me, as a mum, this is such a precious time with the kids," Sarah, 42, told HELLO! in an exclusive shoot and interview in Canada, the first leg of their journey, in September 2016. "They still think we're cool,

  • Celebrity daily edit: Priyanka and Nick start wedding festivities, the Queen's festive decorations - video

    In today's Daily Edit we get excited for Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' four-day lavish nuptials in India this weekend. We swoon over Harry Redknapp's declarations about his wife Sandra - and hear her reaction. Plus we see how the Queen has decorated Windsor Castle for the festive season. All this and more in HELLO!'s daily update - available every day from 5pm. Join us each day to make sure you're up to date with all the news about your favourite celebrities and royals. Scroll down for video WATCH VIDEO BELOW  Loading the player...

  • Strictly's Dr Ranj reacts to former father-in-law's comments about his sexuality

    Dr Ranj has reacted to comments made by his former father-in-law, Jemera Samra, to a newspaper on Friday, in which he spoke about the pain he still feels when watching him on television. Taking to his Instagram, the popular TV doctor said: "Today, a newspaper has published details of a very difficult time in my life, which happened 10 years ago. All I would like to say is that the process of realising who you are, and being able to be your truest self, is different for everyone, and often not easy." His lengthy statement continued: "My realisation happened later