• 'Not fair': Runner-up fumes over transgender world champion

    A Canadian transgender athlete has been slammed by a competitor after becoming the first to win a cycling world championship.

  • Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's plan to avoid Zika risk in Fuji and Tonga

    Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have planned their trip to Fuji and Tonga to avoid the Zika virus risk. The royal couple revealed on Monday (15.10.18) they are expecting their first child together in spring next year, and are currently on their first major International tour since getting married in May. The 34-year-old Duke of Sussex and his wife are aware of the current epidemic of Zika-infested mosquitos in the areas they are set to visit and how it can affect pregnant women, and have reassured the royal family and the public that they have taken on the recommendations of doctors to avoid Meghan coming into contact with the virus.

  • Pippa Middleton welcomes baby boy

    Pippa Middleton has given birth to a baby boy. The 35-year-old socialite and author and her husband James Matthews have welcomed their first child into the world and both mother and baby are doing well. The baby arrived at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, the same place where her sister Duchess Catherine gave birth to her three children.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow: A satisfying sex life is important

    Gwyneth Paltrow says having a "satisfying sex life" is important. The Goop co-founder - who tied the knot with TV writer Brad Falchuk in The Hamptons last month - has opened up about shining a lot on female sexuality and how empowering and "healthy" it is to partake in and openly discuss love-making. Women should have a great and satisfying sex life!

  • Victoria Beckham: Elton John is the reason I stopped Spice Girls

    Victoria Beckham says it was Sir Elton John who made her realise she wanted to stop performing with the Spice Girls. The 'Too Much' hitmaker is believed to have decided not to be involved with the upcoming reunion tour planned by the other band members - Emma Burton, Geri Horner, Mel B and Mel C - and she has revealed that it was seeing the 71-year-old music legend's Las Vegas show years ago that made her realise that the 2007 and 2008 reunion would be her final shows with the group. She told the November issue of Vogue Australia magazine: "I was with Elton John this weekend and I told him, 'You're the reason why I stopped the Spice Girls.' I went to see him in Vegas doing 'The Red Piano', where David LaChapelle curated the most incredible show with him, and I remember sitting there very near to the front and looking at him singing those songs he'd sung time after time, year after year, and his passion and his enjoyment was incredible, even after all that time.

  • NFL star urges legal action over fan's shocking act

    The Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver was left fuming after a run-in with a New England Patriots fan.

  • Roger Daltrey has three love children

    Roger Daltrey discovered he had three love children on his 50th birthday. After receiving the note, two more women came forward and claimed that The Who frontman was listed as their real father on their adoption papers, and Daltrey took the news well and says they all keep "in touch" to this day. He recalled: "They all came into my life after my 50th birthday.