• The Crown finally confirms who is replacing Matt Smith as Prince Philip

    After months of speculation, Netflix has announced who will be taking over the role of Prince Philip in seasons three and four of The Crown. Tobias Menzies has been confirmed to replace Matt Smith as the monarch's husband as the hit drama moves ahead in time to the mid-1960s. Tobias, 44, is currently on the most in-demand TV actors, playing both Frank Randall and his ancestor Jonathan 'Black Jack Randall' in Outlander, and taking a starring role in The Terror. His other credits include The Night Manager, Silent Witness, Catastrophe and Game of Thrones, in which he appears as

  • Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield present This Morning for final time from ITV studios

    Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield spent an emotional day filming the last episode of This Morning from their riverside studios. The ITV studios are moving to west London while renovation takes place on the South Bank set. Holly shared a photo of herself and her co-star Phil looking out to the Thames, and wrote on Instagram: "Well... we're going to miss this view! Bye for now @itvstudios thanks for having us... see you once the builders move out!" Phil shared a similar photo and captioned it: "Moving to new premises." The 55-year-old also took his Snapchat fans on his last

  • EastEnders star Richard Blackwood reveals the real reason why he's leaving

    Richard Blackwood has revealed his disappointment over his departure from EastEnders. The actor, who plays hardman Vincent Hubbard, confirmed his exit from the BBC soap earlier this week, and has since admitted that the choice wasn't entirely down to him. "There was no bad vibe between me and EastEnders about leaving," he explained to So Solid Crew's Harvey on his YouTube channel. "It just so happened that I came to the end of my contract and they weren't going to renew it." Richard Blackwood joined the soap as Vincent Hubbard in 2015 But the 45-year-old confessed that he has just accepted

  • Louise Redknapp looks unrecognisable as she joins Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness in Pretty Woman sketch

    Louise Redknapp ditched her glamourous attire for something completely different as she joined Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness on the second series of The Keith and Paddy Picture Show. The 43-year-old, who is taking part in the Pretty Woman sketch, looked barely recognisable as she transformed into Vivian's best friend Kit. She took to her Instagram page on Thursday to tease the upcoming appearance, posing alongside Keith as Julia Roberts' iconic character and Paddy as Richard Gere's Edward Lewis. "Had so much fun shooting this with @keithlemon and @mcguinness.paddy Can't wait for you all to see it," she captioned