• Emma Thompson reveals she dropped two dress sizes without following a diet

    Emma Thompson is kicking off the new year feeling better than ever, and it's all thanks to a new fitness routine. The 57-year-old has revealed that she dropped two sizes in six weeks thanks to the help of personal trainer Louise Parker, crediting the fitness guru for creating a healthy regime which didn't involve cutting out some of Emma's favourite indulgences from a glass of wine to "cheesy Wotsits". The Love Actually star sung Louise's praises in a foreword for the trainer's new book The Louise Parker Method: Lean For Life: The Cookbook, explaining that she turned to Louise to

  • Celebrity trainer Josh Holland shares his food and fitness tips

    With celebrities including Gigi Hadid and Madonna among his clients, it's safe to say that Josh Holland knows a thing or two about fitness. Now the celebrity trainer has shared his advice with HELLO! in time for the New Year's fitness boom: from the best bodyweight exercises to the optimum diet to support your training. A big fan of new HIIT class STRONG by Zumba, Josh also incorporates moves such as squats, lunges and planks into his workouts for toning benefits with no equipment. Read on for his top training tips…   What is your advice for anyone looking

  • Kim Kardashian reveals struggle with psoriasis following return to social media

    Kim Kardashian has always been open about her struggle with the chronic skin condition psoriasis, which has left her with dry itchy patches of skin across her body. And now the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has revealed that the condition has worsened following her traumatic armed robbery in Paris in October. The mum-of-two, who made her return to social media earlier this week following a three-month absence, told fans she has now developed the skin condition on her face. Wait why am I now getting psoriasis on my face 😭— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 6, 2017  Taking

  • 5 botox myths - busted!

    It's the 15th anniversary of Botox being used for cosmetics purposes! To mark the milestone, we've compiled a list of myths about the procedure, with help from world-renowned French aesthetic doctor Dr Jules Nabet... 1. Botox is for Older Women There is a common myth is that botox is for older women. But this is far from true - botox is regularly used as a preventative measure in women in their twenties and thirties, helping with premature ageing and wrinkle development. Dr Nabet actually states that the average age of his female clientele in the UK is 35! 2. Botox will freeze