• Actors who have played members of the royal family

  • Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford share some exciting news

    Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford fans listen up! The TV presenting couple are set to front a brand new show – Do The Right Thing – which will celebrate everyday people doing good, as well as focusing on organisations that have been wronging consumers, with an aim to inspire viewers to do good. The This Morning hosts will be joined by other well-known names, including presenter Michael Underwood, former politician Ann Widdecombe, and Capital FM's breakfast presenter Roman Kemp. Talking about the new series, Eamon said: "Do The Right Thing is a bold, crusading, consumer entertainment show unlike anything

  • Lisa Riley talks Emmerdale future

    Lisa Riley played Mandy Dingle in Emmerdale from 1995 until departing in 2001, and the Loose Women panellist believes that there is a strong chance that her former alter-ego now has a child, fathered by former flame Paddy Kirk. Talking to Inside Soap magazine, the star opened up about her time on the ITV soap, telling them that she still gets asked to return to the show by fans. She said: "People keep telling me 'Your Paddy needs you back.' But in my last episode Mandy and Paddy spent the night together, so there could be a mini-me knocking

  • See first sneak peek at Poldark season four

    Poldark's official Twitter account has shared brand new footage from season four! To celebrate Valentine's Day on Wednesday, the account shared a romantic video of the couples of the show, including Ross and Demelza, Ennis and Caroline and George and Elizabeth, hinting that Poldark and his wife resolve their differences following their marriage troubles in season three. The video was captioned: "It might be #Poldark, but share this with the Pol-light of your life. #ValentinesDay." Fans were quick to comment on the video, with one writing: "Watch, repeat, watch, repeat, watch, repeat...and so it goes...," while another added: "Shrieking

  • Dancing on Ice star Jake Quickenden reunites with partner Vanessa after illness

    Jake Quickenden has confirmed that he will be performing with his Dancing on Ice partner Vanessa Bauer on Sunday, after fears they may not be able to skate together. The professional skater has been unable to rehearse with Jake all week after being struck with norovirus. However, Vanessa overcame the illness and was well enough to attend rehearsals on Friday.  "Massive respect to @TheVanessaBauer dragging herself to come rehearse today, glad you're feeling better... let's do this, good session today!! Get some rest see you tomorrow," Jake wrote on Twitter, praising his partner. Jake Quickenden has been reunited with his dance