• Sherlock fans left distraught after dramatic season finale

    SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED SUNDAY NIGHT'S EPISODE OF SHERLOCK. The fourth season of BBC's Sherlock came to a dramatic conclusion on Sunday night as Sherlock, Mycroft and Watson found themselves pushed to their limits in a dark game set by Sherlock's sister Eurus. The Final Problem saw Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman) confronting Mycroft (Mark Gatiss), who has kept Eurus' existence a secret from his detective brother. The trio head to Sherrinford, the high security island prison where Eurus is kept, to discover how she escaped, only to find that

  • Binky Felstead: everything you need to know about the pregnant Made in Chelsea star

    Made in Chelsea is set to welcome its first baby this year, with the news that Binky Felstead is expecting her first child with co-star Josh 'JP' Patterson. The mummy-to-be revealed her happy news to HELLO! admitting that it was a "huge shock" but also the "best surprise". Here's everything you need to know about our Sloane favourite... Watch Binky and JP announce pregnancy news! Binky, posing with her goddaughter, is expecting her first baby How did she rise to fame? Binky, 26, stepped into the spotlight in 2011 as one of the original cast members of Made in Chelsea. She's had her fair

  • Holly Willoughby delights This Morning viewers as she brings her kittens to work

    Holly Willoughby brightened up Blue Monday with a couple of special guests on This Morning. The 35-year-old took her two little kittens to work as she hosted a special segment about training cats. Taking to her Instagram page to share a behind-the-scenes picture with her pets, she wrote in the caption: "Take your kittens to work day." She later added another snap of herself posing with her kittens, Teddy and Bluebell. Fans were quick to post gushing messages, with one writing: "I love them!!! I would love to take my kittens to work, I'd have so much fun." Another shared:

  • Rupert Grint turns gangster in new Snatch TV series

    From boy wizard to gentleman gangster: Rupert Grint has left the world of Harry Potter well and truly behind him with his latest role in a new TV spin-off of the Guy Ritchie movie Snatch. Rupert, 28, stars as gentleman crook Charlie Cavendish in the upcoming series, alongside a host of British talent, including Skins actor Luke Pasqualino and Gossip Girl's Ed Westwick. Completing the key cast are Lucien Laviscount (Scream Queens), Dougray Scott (Fear the Walking Dead), Phoebe Dynevor (The Village) and Juliet Aubrey (The Infiltrator). CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Rupert Grint has a starring role