Stars from Strictly Come Dancing and ITV daytime led the way at Monday night's Pride of Britain awards.Fresh from Sunday's controversial results show, Mike Bushell and Katya Jones were among the first to arrive, with pro dancer Jones wearing a stunning blue gown.
This month, Keira Knightley made her post-baby red carpet debut, Angelina Jolie wowed in numerous dresses while on her 'Maleficent' promo tour and Anne Hathaway dressed her baby bump in a gorgeous, Oscar de la Renta top.
Victoria Beckham has shared a sweet photograph of David and Harper cuddling as the family took a weekend break from London.The fashion designer, 45, snapped a picture of her husband, 44, and daughter, eight, sleeping with their pet dog.
Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria are expecting a baby, five months after suffering a miscarriage.Hilaria, 35, revealed she was pregnant with the couple's fifth child in a post on social media on Wednesday.
Samuel L Jackson has called for support to end Alzheimer’s disease, revealing the “heartbreak” he has suffered watching six members of his family live with the degenerative condition.The 70-year-old star is backing a new campaign to battle the misconception that dementia is an inevitability of old age.
Little Mix star Jesy Nelson has told how she attempted to take her own life after abuse from online trolls.The singer - who opens up about her struggles in BBC One documentary Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out - said she became almost "obsessed" with reading negative comments about herself after she found fame on the X Factor in 2011.
On 1 September 1949, Carol Reed’s celebrated thriller The Third Man was released. It was an immediate hit and in the ensuing seven decades, The Third Man’s popularity has remained constant, with frequent appearances on TV and in the cinema, as well as a beautiful restoration in 2015.The film has also featured regularly in lists of the greatest films of all time, and many critics treasure it. It’s been 20 years now since the BFI placed The Third Man at the top of their own list of greatest British films, so perhaps it’s time for a reappraisal of the finest examples of British cinema.