Just a day after announcing the due date of royal baby No. 3, the Duchess of Cambridge coyly concealed her growing baby bump in a fitted, double-breasted twill blue blazer by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini while making a surprise appearance at the Coach Core graduation ceremony on Wednesday at The London Stadium. The menswear-inspired jacket not only complemented Will and Harry’s blue blazers, we’ve seen it before — the Duchess rocked a burgundy red version of the blazer at a February 2017 Air Cadets event! On Monday, Kate showcased her tiny bump at Paddington station in a fitted floral peach Orla Kiely dress complete with a black belt cinched around her waist. Rocking slightly shorter hair styled into glossy curls, Kate danced with Paddington Bear himself as she welcomed children for the charity train ride! She looks absolutely radiant, don’t you think? Click through our ongoing gallery to see some of Kate’s top pregnancy style moments! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram !
White men who exercise for seven-and-a-half hours a week or more are almost twice as likely to suffer from heart disease then those who do a moderate amount, a new study has found. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago looked at the exercise habits of 3,175 participants for a 25 year-long period and found that white men who exercised a lot were more likely to build up plaque in their arteries which can lead to severe cardiac problems. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the UK, according to Public Health England.
You may think that offering your seat to someone elderly on public transport is a considerate thing to do, but experts have revealed that doing so could actually hamper their health as they age. Sir Muir Gray, clinical adviser to Public Health England, has spoken out to say the elderly should try to walk for ten minutes a day and relatives should encourage to take the stairs instead of a lift or excalator. A concerted effort to encourage older people to keep active can help them live more independently and reduce the need for social care, further experts argue in a new report in The British Medical Journal.
St Christopher’s hospice is celebrating 50 years. Despite its main mission of providing palliative care for terminally ill patients, at St Christopher’s the focus is on life, rather than death. To be able to take care of 6,000 patients and their families, St Christopher’s spend on average £20 million, with only £6 million being funded by the NHS.
Parents should look out for an additional safety label on kids’ Halloween costumes, which shows they have undergone further flammability testing.
A mum who “lost her shit” over a stranger who misused a parent and baby parking space decided to get her own back.
Ronald Evans, a researcher at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in California, says his latest drug is a completely new concept. Back in 2008, Evans finished a study conducted on mice which found that an experimental compound called GW501516 (aka Endurobol) significantly increased fat burn and athletic performance, even without much exercise. The pills might not work on humans and there could be dangerous side effects, Evans wanted to make clear.
Three in 10 parents admit to being drunk in front of their children, a new study has found. Half have been tipsy around them, according to the Institute of Alcohol Studies, whose research revealed that moderate drinking around children leaves them feeling anxious, embarrassed and disrupts their bedtime. The study also found that children who see their parents drinking are less likely to look up to them as role models, reports The Guardian.
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The italian millionaire and social media king, opened the doors of his home in Miami, for an intimate and exclusive interview with Yahoo.
At Elle’s gala Monday, the “Zero Dark Thirty” actress was happy to report that her “career has not stalled” since she began standing up to sexual harassment.
A 26-year-old model from Essex faces early menopause after doctors mistook her endometriosis for IBS for 10 years.