• William and Kate spend anniversary with friends who 'matter most'

    It must have felt like a re-run of their own nuptials – albeit without the global audience. Attending a romantic country wedding the day before their first anniversary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were surrounded by scores of close friends. Britain's golden couple were in the village of Wingfield in Suffolk to congratulate Kate's Marlborough College school friend, Hannah Gillingham.     Among the congregation was the Duchess' sister Pippa Middleton. "The guests made it feel like a re-run of the royal wedding as they had so many of those people who matter the most to them there," royal photographer Mark Stewart told People. Despite the driving rain, the brunette beauties were every inch the

  • Barack treats Tinseltown to his presidential punch lines

    What do Kim Kardashian, Hillary Clinton and the US Secret Service all have in common –  they were all targets of Barack Obama's humour at a White House gala.   Taking to the podium at the annual Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, POTUS – to give him his presidential acronym – was on cracking form. In a skit recorded recorded backstage, he was heard asking: "What am I doing here? I'm opening for (presenter) Jimmy Kimmel and telling knock-knock jokes to Kim Kardashian. Why is she famous anyway?".   Then, appearing before the star-studded audience, Barack smiled cheekily and said: "Thank you all for taking a break in your schedule