Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet tipped for Coronation role if Harry and Meghan attend

Palace aides are waiting to hear if Prince Harry and Meghan will attend the Coronation before deciding if their children will have a specific role.

The London man who got so fed up with life in the city he escaped to live in a cave in the side of a hill for 40 years

He baked his own bread, made his own clothes and was known locally for his eccentric outfit

William and Kate 'shocked' at scale of royal rage in Caribbean as couple changes tack

The Prince and Princess of Wales are "taking more control" of how royal duty is managed after the couple's royal tour was dubbed a "PR disaster".

Tesco has changed its logo - and you could win £1,000 if you spot new design

You may be able to catch a glimpse of Tesco's new Easter logo across its delivery vans, billboards, social media posts, in-store signage, digital advertising, and TV adverts from today

REV’IT! Presents The Redhill Retro-Style Leather Gloves

A stylish yet protective pair of gloves for light riding around the city.

Kate unveils her Early Years 'business taskforce'

The Princess of Wales, 41, is determined to transform the way society views the importance of the early years from birth to five in shaping society and is now taking her initiative to the City.

Pub's apology after being unable to 'honour any Mother's Day bookings'

"We are so sorry for any inconvenience caused".

Roman Kemp devastated after eating Cadbury Creme Egg worth £10k without realising

The star was left emotional after finding out about the competition

Lilibet christened without royals in attendance: the difficult relationship between Harry and William

Princess Charlotte To Grandma Diana: A Heartwarming Gesture

Mother's Day is also a very special day for the royals. Unfortunately, Prince William and his family will not be able to hug his mother, Lady Diana, on her special day. To celebrate anyway, Princess Charlotte has a sweet tradition.

Historical "facts" that are anything but factual

History has a way of sticking around, teaching us how far we've come and illustrating how human nature has both changed and managed to stay the same all at once. However, sometimes embellishments and downright inaccurate events get passed down along with history, masked as factual episodes. From who built the Egyptian pyramids to what ninjas actually wore, history is filled with misconceptions and inaccurate assumptions. Have you mistaken any myths for historical facts? Browse the gallery and find out.

Which type of rice is healthier for you: brown or white? Discover what the health experts have to say about this age-old debate!

This article examines the nutritional benefits of brown rice compared to white rice. Three experts in nutrition and exercise sciences discuss the higher fiber, magnesium, and other nutrient content of brown rice, as well as its lower glycemic index and potential for weight loss. The article also explores the potential health benefits of dietary fiber, such as calorie and weight management, binding of excess glucose and cholesterol, and reducing...

Where to go & what to do in Calvi

Calvi (/ˈkælviː/; French: [kalvi]; Italian: [ˈkalvi]; Corsican: [ˈkalvi]) is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica. It is the seat of the Canton of Calvi, which contains Calvi and one other commune, Lumio. Calvi is also the capital of the Arrondissement of Calvi, which contains, besides the Canton of Calvi, thre...

How Royal Family's security 'all changed' after close call risked life of Princess Anne

Royal security "changed overnight" after Princess Anne was the target of a kidnap attempt almost 50 years ago today.

Mum lost 14 stone left with "body of a 90-year-old woman" thanks to 25lb of loose skin - and finds it weird now men give

A mum who lost 14 stone says she has the "body of a 90-year-old woman" thanks to 25lb of loose skin - and finds it weird now men give her "attention". Kristina Murphy, 34, weighed 26st 7lb and was a US size 30 at her heaviest after a lifelong struggle with her weight. The mother-of-two said her weight “got out of hand” during the pandemic leaving her unable to tie her shoelaces or walk up the stairs without difficulty. She gained 1st during lockdown and said after it affected “every aspect of her life” she decided in 2020 it was time for a “drastic” change. She started her bariatric journey in January 2021, incorporating diet and exercise changes such as portion control and gym sessions into her lifestyle, before undergoing gastric bypass surgery on April 28th 2021. Now at 12st 7lbs, Kristina is still suffering with body dysmorphia - as the weight loss has left her with an estimated 20-25lb worth of sagging loose skin around her stomach - which she said makes her look like a "90-year old-woman". She has been forced her to buy clothes in a US size 10-12 - two sizes bigger than her new US Size 8, because she has to "pack a massive stomach" in. But her self-confidence has still grown since shifting 14st 4lbs, and says guys offer to buy her drinks and give her attention which she finds "weird". Kristina, a secretary, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, said: “The skin is a massive problem and was something I worried about before the surgery. “I struggle with finding clothes to fit me properly because I have to pack a massive stomach into clothes. I’m a size eight in jeans but I have to buy a size 10 to 12 to fit the skin, which is frustrating. “I’m dealing with rashes on the skin regardless of how clean I am, in my bellybutton, thighs, armpits. It hurts when I run because it hits against itself and it’s taken a toll on me mentally. “I feel good when I'm dressed, I can see the difference in myself and I feel beautiful, but when I’m by myself and I take my clothes off it crushes me. “I’ve got the body of a 90 year old woman. The skin all wrinkly and saggy and not where it should be. "I haven’t fully got rid of myself - I’m stuck with my old shell of my fat body. I can’t move into the new me when I still have the old me hung around me. “I was always the fat funny friend, and now guys buy me drinks and give me attention which is very weird for me." Previously Kristina was stuck in a cycle of binges, diets, and restriction. She said: “I was your typical chronic dieter. I would try every diet, and restrict myself. “I’ve now been diagnosed with binge eating disorder, but at the time I didn’t know about this. I would go without eating much for a week but I would be craving food and as a result of depriving myself so much I would overindulge in the week. “I would have protein shakes and salad in the week, then on the weekend I would eat a whole pizza by myself and chicken wings or soft drinks. One binge day would turn into four binge weeks. "I would gain 10-15lb from that binge episode.” Before qualifying for the surgery Kristina had to spend three months trying to lose weight through diet and exercise, as well as attending sessions with a nutritionist and psychotherapist to understand her weight difficulties on a deeper level. Kristina said: “My struggle with my weight has been something I’ve dealt with on and off my whole life. “In 2020 during the pandemic everyone was stuck at home and my weight got out of hand. "It took a toll on me physically. It had bothered me mentally but at this point I couldn’t get up steps easily and every aspect of my life was affected. So I decided it was time for me to do a drastic change and I started looking into weight loss surgery. “Now I’m in the phase of dealing with the aftermath and figuring out who I am as a person again after the weight loss.” Through her weight loss journey Kristina said she has been able to reconnect with herself, and develop a new sense of self-worth. She said: “I‘m becoming who I always was on the inside, digging her out from under my weight which was burying who I’ve always been. The person who I haven’t been able to explore. It’s like the weight has muddled me. “It’s been a journey to try and explore that to find myself and my light again, from little things like figuring out how to dress the new body to big things, like how do I have a healthy new relationship with food again?" Kristina’s relationship with children Kamrem, eight, and Isaiah, 10, has been a “big motivator” to improve her health. She said: “They are a big motivator because I want them to grow up and have a healthy relationship with food. “They never asked me to lose weight, but it killed me that I couldn’t run around with them because my knees hurt . Seeing what I couldn’t do with them is what bothered me. “Now it feels amazing that I can go to the park and

30 films you have to watch once in your life

Figuring out exactly what you want to watch can be tough with so many options available. Whether it's Hollywood or foreign cinema, we have been given unforgettable stories and characters that have turned into modern classics. Be it romance, drama, or comedy, there are essential films that everyone must watch once in their lives. So, get your popcorn ready and click through this gallery of 30 films you just have to watch at some point.

20 fashion brands that need to be on your radar

As the world cautiously resumes activities that require a bit more sartorial effort than pyjamas, it’s time we turn our attention back to fashion. While many of us were sitting pant-less during Zoom meetings, the fashion world never really hit pause. It continued to churn out risk-taking, emerging designers and already established brands matured with more refined and innovative designs. From Scandinavian minimalism to Korea’s knack for truly unique streetwear, there’s no shortage of stunning garments ready to be showcased by new and existing brands. It was a daunting task but we’ve curated a list of some of the most talked-about, celebrity-endorsed designers and brands to keep your eye on.

‘Best solution' to descale kettles in ‘10 minutes' - ‘you need it to dissolve limescale'

Kettles are one of the most used appliances in kitchens, but the more they are used, the more limescale they gather. To get rid of this buildup, Mrs Hinch fans have shared their top tips to tackle the task naturally. One cleaning enthusiast claimed that a household's time is the "best solution".

Teacher who met Kate and William banned from classroom for sending 'sexual messages'

Lindsey Bauer was banned from teaching for the advances - but she has gone on to pursue a career in artist's modelling for portrait sculpture, painting, and photography students.

Should we still be eating tuna?

With its delicious taste and agreeable texture, tuna is a favorite option for either a snack or meal choice. A nutrient-rich food, this sleek and streamlined species is among the most commercially valuable fish on the planet. And therein lies the problem. Existing levels of tuna fishing are unsustainable, which could drive the fish to extinction. And despite its super healthful benefits, consuming too much tuna can actually be dangerous for you. So, should we still be eating tuna? Click through and reel in what you need to know about this powerful, agile, and endangered fish.

Netflix sounds 'death knell' with Harry after showing replica of Diana's mangled Mercedes

EXCLUSIVE: The Crown's decision to replicate Princess Diana's mangled Mercedes could sound the "death knell" on Prince Harry's relationship with Netflix, one celebrity PR expert told

The cutest dog breeds, ranked

Dogs are adorable, and it seems absolutely impossible to choose any kind of favorite in terms of cuteness. However Town & Country has tried, making a definitive ranking of the 25 cutest dog breeds. Click through the gallery to see everything from fluffy pups to accessorized canines. Just try not to adopt them all at once!

Horse Can Smile on Command

Occurred on February 16, 2023 / Billings, Montana, USA: I taught my horse to smile so now when I tell her to 'smile' or bring out my camera, she knows to smile big!

Toddler, 3, left traumatised after confronting hooded burglar in north London home

Toddler, 3, left traumatised after confronting hooded burglar in north London home -

Garbage, rats & fake news go viral in the French capital

Images of Paris drowning in rubbish and rat infestations make worldwide headlines - not all images are real. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

Meghan Markle's memoir to focus on 'confronting Royal Family' at Coronation, expert warns

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been warned they "run the risk of getting booed" at Coronation amid claims Meghan is set to pen her own bombshell memoir.

Missing Chicago woman found dead in shopping cart after saying she was on her way home in an Uber

Missing Chicago woman found dead in shopping cart after saying she was on her way home in an Uber - ‘I miss my baby,’ says 21-year-old woman’s father

Get Your Glow on This Season

The season of renewal and brighter, longer days are upon us. And it's always time for glowing skin. To celebrate, Jergens introduced its first-ever Glow Day (March 20) to celebrate your glow at a time when the promise of those brighter days, looks, and times officially begins.

Going braless: benefits and beginner advice

The no-bra look is a big trend in fashion and feminism these days, but is it really better than wearing a bra? Going braless is all about personal choice. We all love taking off an uncomfortable bra after a long day, but that doesn't mean it works for everyone all the time. The key here is freedom. Whether you want to wear a bra or not, you should be able to make your decision purely based on your own comfort and physical needs. There are plenty of harmful myths and attitudes floating around that may prevent a woman from doing this freely. Click through this gallery to see them deflated and learn more about the benefits of going braless.

Prison slang you didn’t know the meaning of

Anyone who loves prison dramas, like 'Oz,' 'Prison Break,' or 'Orange Is the New Black,' knows that inmates have their own jargon for their incarcerated life. These terms are used to describe common actions, items, and people they encounter on the inside. So, want to find out what terms like "porcelain termite" and "shank" mean in prison? Then check out the following gallery.

Royals advised to adopt 'self-preservation' strategy with Harry and Meghan at Coronation

EXCLUSIVE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to attend the King's Coronation in May but should not expect a "warm reception", a royal expert told

First World War baby sells Somerset home after living there for 102 years

First World War baby sells Somerset home after living there for 102 years - Nancy ‘Joan’ Gifford’s family bought the property in the village of Street for £200 in 1921 and it is now priced at £169,950.

80 Photos That Show the 70s Were an Eternally Cool Era for The Oscars

It was a very fashionable, and very glitzy decade for Hollywood.

A comedian's red 'lasagne dress,' more of the worst fashion moments from Oscars past

Take a look back at some of the worst Academy Awards style ever.

'I was arrested just for using the kitchen in my own home - I still have to explain why at job interviews'

Aliyah Ali is the founder of Daddyless Daughters and recently launched an exhibition about women's experiences in prison

The 14 Best-Dressed Stars at the 95th Academy Awards

These are the celebrities who stood out on the first champagne carpet ever.

Shopper: Little-known reason why Aldi has multiple barcodes on items

A shopper and self-described 'big fan' of Aldi has shared the little-known reason why the supermarket has multiple barcodes on their grocery items.

King Charles ready to 'give in' to Meghan and Harry's 'demands' for Coronation

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly made several "demands" as they negotiate with Buckingham Palace over whether they will attend the King's Coronation.

Extinct human species: how different were they from us?

Well done Homo sapiens! Yes, that's us: the modern human. We avoided extinction and thrived. But this was not the case for any other archaic human species. And if you think that we simply evolved in a direct line, you couldn't be more wrong. In fact, other species of humans cohabited on our planet at the same time. And yes, we even bred with some of them. Though in the end, we were the only ones who made it to this day. But how different were these early human species from us, really? Click through the gallery to find out.

The 20 Best Oscars Dresses of All Time, According to Bazaar Editors

From the swan dress to all of Cher's Bob Mackie.

20 movies you forgot you were obsessed with in the 2000s

The movies we loved when we were young have a special place in our heart and memories. Fun, family-friendly and evoking the nostalgia of childhood, these are some of our favourite 2000s movies that we bet you watched, re-watched and would watch again.

The best of Perugia travel

This small agricultural city is surprisingly cosmopolitan and fun in many respects. For one thing, tourists and locals alike can peruse Perugia's chocolate sculptures and exhibits at the Eurochocolate festival. These displays of sweet wonders are made possible by the hard work of chocolatiers from all over the world. The Umbria Jazz Festival also f...

Builders claim that 'mystery man' is Banksy - after he arrives at site of graffiti artist's mural

A group of builders are convinced that a mystery man they saw scoping out a famous site where the illusive artist Banksy left a mural is actually the artist himself - though not everyone is convinced.

What your Moon sign says about you

It’s safe to say that many of us are familiar with Sun signs. In astrology, the position of the Sun at birth falls within one of the 12 zodiac signs, which then determines much of our personalities. But the same applies to the Moon; the celestial body will fall within one of the zodiac signs at a given time. That said, how is it different from a Sun sign? And what does it say about us? Curious to find out more about your Moon sign? Then click on!

This £14.99 SPF Moisturiser Is One Of The Best We’ve Ever Tried

Tomorrow, the 21st of March, is the first official day of spring. With that long-awaited seasonal shift raises the questions of “what skincare changes do I need to be making?,” “why are we still letting a groundhog predict our weather (even though he’s weirdly always right),” and “what kind of sunscreen should I be using?” While I’m fairly sure that last question can be answered with “the one you will use consistently,” there are a lot of...

Prince Harry and Meghan warned of dire UK popularity ratings as Britons have 'had enough'

A royal expert has warned there may be protests against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at King Charles's Coronation as their standing has fallen so far among the public.

Hairy Bikers star Dave Myers' resentment after making 'cruel' decision as a young carer

Hairy Bikers star Dave Myers has opened up about the "cruel" decision he had to make as he became a carer for his parents at a young age.

Critters of the final frontier: animals that have been to space

The debate regarding the use of animals in experiments for the sake of science is ongoing, and animal rights are finally beginning to win, but this cannot erase the long history that already exists of animal participation in the development of science and human progress. And this includes the Space Race. Immeasurable amounts of essential information regarding how organisms act in space, and if it would be safe to send humans into the great unknown, can be credited to the animals who were sent up first. Some of the stories that follow end in tragedy, others in triumph, but it is important to honor all of the creatures and critters who have given us such vast knowledge of what lies beyond our own atmosphere. Read on to learn about the most iconic times animals went to space.

Medieval omens you might still believe in

Omens, good and bad, were a staple of medieval superstition. Throughout the Middle Ages, many people interpreted signs such as plague as an expression of God's will. Moreover, they read certain images and episodes in the world as portents of impending calamity or disaster, or perhaps as signals of good fortune. From something as mundane as stumbling across a horseshoe, to witnessing a blazing comet racing across the sky, everything, it seemed, had an inner meaning. But what medieval omens might you still believe in today? Click through and take a look into the past to foretell the future.

Kitten Says Hello To The Camera

Occurred on March 13, 2023 / Thunder Bay, Canada: "I work at an animal shelter and we had this sweet girl come in as a stray. She’s since found her forever home!"