• Remember Rachel's daughter in Friends? This is what the twins look like now

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  • Holly Willoughby makes surprise appearance on This Morning during holiday

    Holly Willoughby and her co-host Phillip Schofield delighted viewers on This Morning after they made a surprise appearance on the show, despite being on their summer holiday. The pair featured in a pre-recorded five-minute interview, where they caught up with girl group All Saints. Holly commented on how "weird" it was to interview her friends as she uploaded a photo of herself and Phillip in the studio with singers Nicole Appleton, Natalie Appleton, Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis. Holly, who is particularly close to the Appleton sisters, wrote on Instagram: "These beauties @allsaintsoffic are on @thismorning today... so weird interviewing

  • Outlander season four: Everything you need to know

    Outlander season four brought out its official first look trailer on Monday, a sure sign that the new, upcoming series is officially just around the corner! The popular show, that was originally filmed in Scotland but has also filmed in the US, France and Jamaica, is a romance based on the series of book by Diana Gabaldon, and has received critical acclaim from reviewers and fans alike for it's beautiful filming locations, amazing costumes and incredible cast. Find out everything you need to know about season four… What has happened in Outlander so far The story follows Claire, a WW2 nurse