A huge happy birthday to everyone who is celebrating their special day today! Sophie Ellis-Bextor, American actress Mandy Moore and our very own Daisy Ridley are among the famous faces toasting their birthdays with the loved ones on 10 April. In honour of the occasion, let's take a look back at what they have been up to in the last 12 months and how they might be celebrating.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor turns 39
The Murder on the Dancefloor singer will no doubt be spoiled rotten on her big day by her The Feeling bassist husband Richard Jones and their four sons. It will be a much-needed day of celebrations for the family following the news earlier this month that their Tuk Tuk was stolen from outside their Chiswick house. Sophie's husband, who she married in 2005, revealed the news on Twitter, saying: "Someone stole our Tuk Tuk! Taken from outside our home in west London. We miss it. There can't be many about, so if you see a quirky little trike it could be ours."
Mandy Moore turns 34
The This is Us actress is riding high at the moment, not only because of the success of her hit show, but also because she became engaged to Dawes rocker Taylor Goldsmith last year. The star recently opened up about the possibility of becoming a mother, telling NewBeauty's Spring 2018 issue: "I am so excited to hopefully be a mother one day. I feel like I have a little bit of a head start with the show (This is Us). I'm getting practice with babies and toddlers and ten-year-olds and teenagers and adults - every chapter of life. I have had much more experience dealing with the bigger issues they all have to contend with. I hope that is in the cards for me, sooner rather than later."
Daisy Ridley turns 26
We hope the Star Wars actress will have some time off to mark her special day! Daisy is currently busy reshooting scenes for Chaos Walking with actor Tom Holland, a film that's bringing together Spider-Man and a Jedi.
The star has also a very busy summer ahead of her; she is set to start work on Star Wars: Episode IX in the next coming months.