Chrissy Teigen felt "selfish and weird" admitting she was suffering from post-partum depression. The 'Lip Sync Battle' star - who has Luna, two, and Miles, six months, with husband John Legend - has spoken candidly in the past about how low she felt after welcoming her second child
Jourdan Dunn's son keeps her motivated.The 28-year-old model - who has eight-year-old Riley from a previous relationship - is usually her own "best cheerleader" but thinking about her little boy can always give her the push she needs to get going.Asked what keeps her motivated, she said:
Sir Cliff Richard would never have got through the last four years without his Christian faith. The 'Living Doll' hitmaker - who spent two years being investigated but was never charged after being accused of historic sexual abuse in 2014 - would have been "hopelessly lost and in the dark
The 'Domino' singer - who is dating Channing Tatum - recently revealed she was told four years ago she'd be unable to conceive but, after refusing a hysterectomy, she's focused on changing her diet and using natural supplements to give herself the best chance of having a baby one day.
Jessica Chastain has reportedly become a mother via a surrogate. The 'Zero Dark Thirty' actress and her husband Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo are said to have welcomed daughter Giulietta Passi Chastain into the world four months ago. And last month, Jessica was seen pushing a stroller in Boston
Mel B swallowed 200 aspirin pills in a bid to end her life. The Spice Girls singer has recalled how she felt "emotionally battered" when she made a suicide attempt in 2014 in a bid to escape her marriage to then-husband Stephen Belafonte, who she feared would attempt to "ruin" her
Cara Delevingne is planning to slow down. The 26-year-old-model and actress has both TV series 'Carnival Row' and movie 'Fever Heart' set for release next year but she's planning to take a step back and wait for the right projects to come along, having previously signed up to most
Jenna Coleman thinks there's a "void" of good roles for women. The former 'Doctor Who' star believes producers are slowly realising viewers are keen to see a "spectrum" of characters, and though progress has been made, she thinks there's still a long way to go. Speaking