Following the news of Luke Perry's death at the age of 52, fans and celebrity friends inundated social media with touching tributes and photos, but it was Tom Hanks' son Colin's that touched a lot of hearts. The 41-year-old took to Instagram to share the story of how he met Luke, and it clearly showed how the actor was so loved by his family and friends. Captioning a picture of Luke, he wrote: "I only met him once but the story is too good not tell given today's sad events. My wife and I are on a plane back from Mexico.
Halle Berry, 52, just proved she is a seriously cool mum, unveiling a new piece of artwork in the form of a tattoo delicately placed along the centre of her spine. The picture, which the mother-of-two shared on her Instagram, shows the back tattoo in full view whilst she is cooking topless in the kitchen. In the picture, the mother-of-two can be seen holding a frying pan and an egg above her head whilst standing in front of her kitchen hob. Alongside the snap, the actress commented: "Who says I'm not a mermaid", followed by a mermaid emoji. View this post
In today's Daily Edit we find out what hobby unites the Greek royals. And we head to Buckingham Palace for a reception held by the Queen to mark the 50th anniversary of the Investiture of the Prince of Wales. We are deeply saddened at the sudden loss of Luke Perry and hear tributes paid to the star. Plus we hear what new challenge Oti Mabuse has set herself for March... 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
Loose Women panellist Linda Robson has been keeping a low profile since the start of the year, but over the weekend the mum-of-three enjoyed a lunch out with her old co-star and best friend, Lesley Joseph. The TV presenter starred in Birds of a Feather alongside Lesley and Pauline Quirke, and the pair have remained good friends ever since. Linda shared a lovely photo of the pair dining out, and wrote in the caption: "Had a lovely lunch today at Zedei's, can't think of a nicer person to have lunch with, my lovely mate Lesley. Love her with all
Loose Women panellist Denise Welch made sure she pulled out all the stops of her youngest son Louis Healy's 18th birthday celebration on Sunday. Taking to her Instagram page after the party, the doting mum shared a series of lovely pictures of her family, which included her eldest son, The 1975 musician Matty Healy and their father, Tim Healy. "Lovely Sunday for Louis' 18th," the TV star wrote alongside the rare family photo. Earlier on, Denise paid a loving tribute to her son, saying: "Happy 18th birthday Louis Healy!!! We love you so much and can't believe you're all grown
With three young children including a baby, it's fair to say there's never a dull moment in the Williams household. Robbie Williams' wife Ayda has described family life as "happy chaos," speaking to HELLO! magazine this week as she prepares to star in Celebrity Apprentice for Comic Relief. "It's always busy in the Williams household. There are lots of fun projects happening, but I don't want to give anything away yet," she said. Ayda, 39, added: "Rob and I would be bored if we weren't doing anything. We always convince ourselves we're going to take a year off, but then
After confirming her departure from Coronation Street last month, Kym Marsh has now opened up about her cancer scare. During Tuesday's Loose Women, the soap star revealed she discovered she had pre-cancerous cells a decade ago and it was down to Jade Goody's death in 2009 that she decided to have a smear test. "After everything that happened to me, seeing that it was an emotional time I thought I had to have that smear test," she shared. "It was a push. Upon doing that I was told you have pre-cancerous cells. You can imagine I was absolutely terrified,
Gary Barlow occasionally gives fans a sneak peek into his home life, and on Tuesday morning the Take That singer showed how he was celebrating Pancake Day – like many other families around the world. Gary shared a sweet Instagram video of his youngest daughter Daisy flipping a pancake in the kitchen. The video shows Daisy, ten, attempting to toss a pancake with the encouragement from mum Dawn. The video ended with Dawn, Daisy and Gary cheering upon a successful pancake flip. The Take That singer rarely shows his three children on social media, making this video extra special. The
Loose Women panel has changed over the years, but many of the TV stars have remained great friends. And on Saturday, a special reunion took place with Carol McGiffin and her former co-stars Lisa Maxwell and Kate Thornton. The trio enjoyed a star-studded night out at the MSC Bellissima naming ceremony in Southampton, which was hosted by This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby. Both Lisa and Kate told HELLO! how much fun it was to go out with Carol – who returned to the ITV daytime show in 2018. Kate was also there to support her good friend Holly. "Not that she needs
Kirstie Allsopp caused some controversy among her Twitter followers after she posted about the disadvantages of homework. The TV presenter admitted her "greatest regret as a parent" is having not taken a firmer stance on homework and instead encourage her two boys to read more. Kirstie was responding to research that showed 52.5 per cent of eight to 18-year-olds read for pleasure, down from 58.8 per cent from three years ago. "Hardly surprising figures, the joint assault of absurd homework, which takes time from reading, and the smartphone & tablet, it's amazing any kids are reading for pleasure," Kirstie tweeted.
Holly Willoughby has been excited about Pancake Day from the moment she got up on Shrove Tuesday morning. The This Morning host aptly dressed in a bright yellow dress to mark the occasion, and got stuck into making – and eating – some of the tasty treats on the ITV daytime show. Holly enthusiastically flipped her pancake, and was so proud of the results that she even ran to pick it up when it fell on the ground, making sure it didn’t go to waste. So it comes as no surprise that when she got home, the first thing