• Emily Blunt and Blake Lively are twinning again – check out their matching hairstyles!

    You may have last worn this hairstyle in primary school, but if these snaps from a New York premiere last night are anything to go by, you may be giving it a try again soon. Blake Lively and Emily Blunt both appeared at a screening of new movie A Quiet Place wearing remarkably similar hairstyles. Both actresses had their hair scraped back from their faces and styled in plaits. Blake's version was beautifully boho-inspired with plenty of texture, and her plait featured quirky knotted shapes and a glittery ribbon woven through. She teamed it with a figure-hugging printed skirt

  • This is how to get a flawless and fit physique like Halle Berry

    Halle Berry has said anyone can have a strong and toned body like hers - but it takes a lot of hard work. The 51-year-old, who is known for her incredible physique, encouraged her fans not to give up or look for quick fixes in an inspirational Instagram post detailing her own exercise routine. Sharing a photo of herself boxing, Halle wrote: "Whether a new workout, a new eating plan or an attempt to do yoga or meditation, we have become a society addicted to the quick fix and we want results before we even start to get good. I

  • Alex Jones reveals first weeks after childbirth were 'hellish'

    Alex Jones is getting real about motherhood. The TV star, who is publishing her first parenting book later this week, has revealed that the first few weeks after welcoming baby Ted were "pretty hellish". She took to Twitter to tell fans about her new book, Winging it!, and confessed that she may have overshared. When one new mum said she wished she'd been told everything "warts and all", Alex replied: "The first few weeks are pretty hellish to be fair, but week 6 it felt a lot better. The book talks about the whole of the first year. Postpartum

  • How to help your child do well at school

    The upcoming summer term of school can be a stressful one for many students, with a number of deadlines and exams designed to see how much they have learned over the past academic year. While parents may feel a little helpless at this time, there are plenty of things you can do to support your children - with research showing that children of all ages do better at school when parents are actively involved in their education. Michelle Doyle Wildman, acting CEO of charity Parentkind, shares her top tips on how you can help your children flourish at school... 1.

  • Meghan Markle looks gorgeous with natural curly hair in childhood throwback photo

    We’re used to seeing Meghan Markle sporting smooth, glossy locks on the red carpet or at official royal engagements. But Prince Harry's fiancee has naturally curly hair – and it's absolutely gorgeous, as a recently-unearthed childhood photograph shows. This picture of Meghan aged 11, taken when she was a pupil at Hollywood's Little Red School House, shows her natural hair unstyled and full of volume as she poses next to a friend. The gorgeous tresses are very different to the loose waves or poker straight styles she gravitates towards these days. Meghan looks adorable in this childhood snap We’re wondering if

  • Emma Willis reveals she is broody as she presents This Morning with Rylan Clark-Neal

    Emma Willis is a doting mother of three, but she hinted that she wouldn’t mind having another child on Tuesday's This Morning. Presenting the popular ITV daytime show alongside Big Brother co-host Rylan Clark-Neal, Emma couldn’t help but gush over a sweet baby boy after interviewing two survivors of the Las Vegas shooting, one of whom was expecting the little boy when the attack took place. Emma told Rylan that she was feeling broody following the interview, to which he joked: "You've got a load of babies! I've not got one yet, so if there's any going, I'm getting

  • What Kate Middleton should consider with 3 children under 5

    Life is about to get much busier for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with the birth of their third child due this month. The royal couple will have to get to grips with caring for their newborn as well as ensuring Prince George and Princess Charlotte don't feel left out once their baby brother or sister has arrived. While they will have the full support of their families, along with their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Burrallo, there are a few things Prince William and Kate should consider ahead of their new arrival. Sanjima DeZoysa, NCT's Parent Content Manager,

  • Frankie Bridge reveals just why Wayne is such an 'awesome' dad

    Frankie Bridge is looking and feeling super as she gears up to support a very special cause. She is backing Marie Curie’s annual #feelsuper campaign for the fourth year running. "All you have to do is go into Superdrug and buy a P&G donation product – one product equals one donation,"Frankie told HELLO!, "I’ve met a lot of Marie Curie nurses along the way, and they work so hard providing support for families that are dealing with terminal illness." This year, for the first time, she has teamed up with JLS star Marvin Humes, who is married to her

  • What is meningitis B? The symptoms to look out for and how it can be avoided

    Although it is uncommon, meningitis B can be incredibly serious, causing life-changing disabilities or death. The infection most commonly affects children under the age of one, and is rare in children over the age of four. So exactly what is meningitis B, and what symptoms should parents look out for? We've rounded up what you need to know... What is meningitis B? Meningitis B is a serious medical condition where the wrappings that surround the spinal cord and brain become inflamed. It is caused by a specific menigococcal bacteria and can become fatal if left untreated. It can also lead to

  • THIS Coronation Street star films their exit scenes

    Pregnant Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan is getting ready to leave the cobbles as her due date gets nearer. The popular actress has confirmed that she will be departing the ITV soap at the end of April, and while she is hoping to return, the mother-of-one is unsure of when she will be coming back. Taking to Instagram, Helen shared a photograph of herself and her on-screen mum, Sally Dynevor, who plays Sally Metcalfe. Next to the image, she wrote: "Love this pic we took the other day on set. Love this lady. My last month @coronationstreet before my