“I admire you and love you so much," Adele wrote in her birthday message to Nicole Richie
Clay Cook previously told PEOPLE that his daughter on the way would "be the first girl in the Cook family line since the 1930s"
The former Lewis star tweeted that his new party would 'change everything… with love, reason and understanding'.
Attendees had been assured the event would operate under 'strict Covid Government guidelines'.
Jamie Oliver, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Joe Wicks are among the campaigners warning against the potential for UK food standards to slip.
Sarah Harding has returned to social media for the first time since revealing her cancer diagnosis. The 38-year-old singer was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, but she appeared to be in good spirits in a new Snapchat post, in which she's seen getting her hair dyed at home. Sarah is dancing while The Velvet Underground's 'Sunday Morning' plays in the background in the video clip. The pop star - who first found fame as part of Girls Aloud - is also filmed laughing with her friend while she poses in a hairdresser's gown. Sarah posted the video a month after revealing she's been diagnosed with advanced-stage breast cancer. The singer confirmed via Twitter that she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier in 2020, and she was subsequently told that it's already advanced to other parts of her body. She wrote on the micro-blogging platform: "Hi everyone, "I hope you are all keeping safe and well during these uncertain times. I've not posted on here for so long, thank you to everyone who has reached out to check in on me, it really does mean a lot. I feel now is the right time to share what's been going on. "There's no easy way to say this and actually it doesn't even feel real writing this, but here goes. "Earlier this year I was diagnosed with breast cancer and a couple of weeks ago I received the devastating news that the cancer has advanced to other parts of my body. "I'm currently undergoing weekly chemotherapy sessions and I am fighting as hard as I possibly can. "I understand this might be shocking to read on social media and that really isn't my intention. "But last week it was mentioned online that I had been seen in hospital, so I feel now is the time to let people know what's going on and this is the best way I can think of to do so. (sic)"
Sir David Attenborough gave Prince George a special fossil during a private viewing of his new documentary. The 94-year-old broadcaster joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children - Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two - at Kensington Palace to watch 'A Life On Our Planet', and Attenborough took the opportunity to give a fossilised giant tooth from an extinct shark to the young royal. Prince George was fascinated by the fossil, which came from a carcharocles megalodon, a shark that was once a sea predator. Attenborough found the fossil during a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s. The broadcaster - who was previously interviewed by Prince William at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2019 - also spent time chatting to the royals after watching his new documentary, the BBC reports. Meanwhile, Prince William has admitted he has a "new sense of purpose" in protecting the planet now he has children. The 38-year-old royal has "always loved nature" but his family has given him an added drive to do what he can to look after the natural world for future generations. Speaking in the upcoming ITV documentary 'Prince William: A Planet For Us All', he said: "Now I have got George, Charlotte and now Louis in my life - your outlook does change. You want to hand over to the next generation, the wildlife in a much better condition. "I always believe it is possible to give young people hope and belief that things can get fixed. "I have the belief that if we all work together, we can make a difference."
Laurence Fox is launching a new political party. The 42-year-old actor has announced plans to form a party that will "fight the culture wars" in Britain. The outspoken star said: "Over many years it has become clear that our politicians have lost touch with the people they represent and govern. "Moreover, our public institutions now work to an agenda beyond their main purpose. Our modern United Kingdom was borne out of the respectful inclusion of so many individual voices." Laurence has already raised more than £1 million, according to the Sunday Telegraph newspaper, which reports he has provisionally called the party Reclaim. A source has described the party as a "UKIP for culture". Laurence hopes to promote freedom of speech and to "celebrate our shared national history, cultural inheritance and global contribution". The actor added: "Our country is now in desperate need of a new political movement which promises to make our future a shared endeavour, not a divisive one. This is now my endeavour." However, Laurence's ambitions still need approval from the Electoral Commission and papers are due to be filed in the coming days. Laurence also took to Twitter to reveal he plans to help introduce sweeping changes in Britain. He wrote on the micro-blogging platform: "We are going to change everything. We are going to do it with love, reason and understanding." Earlier this year, Laurence hit out at "wokist" people, describing them as being "fundamentally racist". The actor explained: "They are everything they accuse you of. The wokist are fundamentally racist." Laurence - who was married to actress Billie Piper between 2007 and 2016 - later added: "Identity politics is extremely racist."
Ex-Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre has been tipped to lead Ofcom, while former Telegraph editor Charles Moore is said to be in line for BBC chairman job.
The Room Next Door comedian said he could retire the sketch if politics changes direction.
Eddie Izzard "broke into" Pinewood Studios when he was a teenager. The 58-year-old star knew from a young age that he wanted to be an actor, so once he learned where films were made, he thought he'd try and carve out an opportunity for himself and set off for the famous studio. He said: "Film is my first love. I wanted to be an actor when I was seven - drama, comedy, it didn't really matter. And once I discovered films, around 10, 11, 12, I thought, 'You could be in films. I've got to do this.' "So at 15, I broke into Pinewood Studios. "At the end of 'Battle Of Britain', it said, 'Shot on location in Spain, England, and Pinewood Studios.' "So I thought, 'How do I get there?' I got a map with all the towns listed alphabetically and found Iver Heath. "I took a train from Bexhill to London, then a tube to Uxbridge, a bus to Iver Heath, got off at the roundabout. Where is Pinewood? Half a mile down the road." However, Eddie was turned away at the doors so sneaked his way in through a different entrance, but to no avail. He continued to Total Film magazine: "Marched down the road, said, 'Can I come in?' And they said, 'F*** off!' "But there was another entrance and I walked in like Clint Eastwood in 'Where Eagles Dare'. "I walked around for two hours, trying to get hired, and it didn't happen - but I have been back and filmed there twice." Having made his name as a comedian, Eddie has turned to acting in recent years but admitted dramatic performance doesn't come easily to him. He said: "I really turned the corner with dramatic acting between 'The Riches', going into 'United States of Tara', 'Treasure Island' and 'Lost Christmas'. I began to let go. I began to learn how to fly. "I'd been doing stand-up for ages, and I completely let go in stand-up and I'd float around and see where I'm going. "I was way too technical initially, I was all over the place, with drama, and then I got very technical when I began to bed in. That's just the way it is. "Some people are natural from day one and I'm not - I have to go through bloody hell."
Lewis Capaldi has reportedly split from Catherine Halliday after seven months of dating. The 23-year-old singer and Catherine decided to call time on their romance after coming to the decision that they had no future together. A source told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "Lewis has no hard feelings towards Catherine and they're still amicable but they decided it was best to call it a day. "He's at the beginning of his career, with a lot of opportunity at his fingertips, so it's not the right time to settle down. "He wishes Catherine all the best and has fond memories of their dates together." The 'Someone You Loved' hitmaker recently performed a gig at Shoreditch House in London, where he made reference to another of his ex-girlfriends, 'Love Island' star Paige Turley. Speaking about the gig, one onlooker said: "Lewis was in good spirits, berating the crowd for breaking club rules and using their phones to take pictures. "He changed the words to a song about Paige leaving him and going on 'Love Island'. He seemed delighted to be back singing in public again after lockdown." Prior to Paige's appearance on 'Love Island', Lewis admitted their split was "fairly amicable" and that he would be supporting her on the show. He previously said: "I've known her for years, we were 18 when we first met, 19 when we first started going out and 20 when we finished going out. "It was fairly amicable, the split. She never told me she was going on the show. That would have been a nice heads up! But I mean fair play, good luck to her. "I'll be f****** watching it! Aye, I'll be watching it and going, 'Go on Paige! Come on, come on!'"