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David Beckham follows in Prince Harry's footsteps in Sydney – while Victoria and Harper have girls' day out
David Beckham and his sons Romeo and Cruz followed in Prince Harry's footsteps on Wednesday by climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The retired footballer, who is in Australia as an ambassador for the Invictus Games, took his two youngest sons for a day out at the iconic landmark, and shared a photo of them standing at the top with the Sydney Opera House and views across the city skyline in the background. "Very special to be able to take the boys to the top of the Harbour Bridge today… Thank you to everyone that looked after us especially Nick our
Prince Harry and Meghan are believed to be enjoying some downtime on their final night in Fiji. The royal couple, who are set to fly to Tonga on Thursday as their royal tour continues, are believed to be spending the night at a private island hideaway after their busy day of engagements – many of which they carried out separately. HELLO! understands the couple flew out of Suva on Wednesday afternoon and could be staying at one of two private island resorts. One option is Laucala Island, an exclusive resort with only 25 traditional Fijian villas, five restaurants and bars,
The Maldives probably isn't the first destination that springs to mind when you think of a budget holiday, but the celebrity honeymoon hotspot has been named as one of the top ten best value places for "affordable adventures" in Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2019 list. The picturesque archipelago came fourth in the list of value holiday destinations, but it's not the exclusive resorts where the likes of the Beckhams, Michelle Keegan and Phillip Schofield stay that make the cut. While rooms at those idyllic island hideaways can set you back thousands of pounds per night, it is possible to
London is home to over 300 museums and galleries, so you're never short of somewhere to go for an inspiring – and often free – day out. While the British Museum and Museum of London are among the most famous tourist attractions, there are scores of more niche exhibitions to enthral visitors of all ages, whatever your interests. We've rounded up ten of the best museums in London to get started… 1. Museum of London The current Museum of London dates back to 1976 and features a number of permanent and temporary exhibitions highlighting the rich history of London, dating back