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Rylan Clark-Neal: My style reflects who I am

You might not think Rylan Clark-Neal has much in common with tech entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg, but there is one surprising similarity: they both wear pretty much the same thing every day, writes Prudence Wade.

Zuckerberg famously dons a grey t-shirt by default to leave more space in...

Marc Astley

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Abbey Clancy arrives at the Brit Awards 2020 London

From Abbey Clancy to the Duchess of Cambridge, celebs who have opened up about mum guilt

Authored by Claire Roberts

From worrying about whether you’re reading the right stories or feeding them the healthiest dinner, to spending quality time and finding a home/work/life balance that works for you, being a mum is no easy feat.

And with it comes inevitable guilt – mum guilt. While you might think that celebrities wouldn’t suffer, thanks to personal assistants, nannies, large tech-filled homes, cars...

Marigolds, Myrtle And Moles by Alan Titchmarsh

Alan Titchmarsh: Keep getting out there and keep getting mucky

Authored by Marc Astley

Self-confessed romantic and gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh has combined his horticultural passion with his love of words in Marigolds, Myrtle And Moles, his first book of poetry aimed at the green-fingered.

Written mainly in a barn next to his house, overlooking his garden in Hampshire, the book is not full of pretentious prose, but more his own gentle, meandering thoughts about...

Martin Freeman talks about his uncompromising comedy, Breeders

Martin Freeman: You go through life thinking you are a good person and then you become a parent

Authored by Marc Astley

New Sky Original comedy Breeders is billed to explore the paradox that every parent knows but never admits: that you would willingly die for your children, but often you also want to kill them.

“The series is based on things that happen to me as a dad,” reveals star Martin Freeman, noting it’s “trying to be a bit darker and more thought-provoking about life as a parent.”


Ade Adepitan wishes he had reached out to his friend Caroline Flack

Ade Adepitan feels bad over not reaching out to his friend Caroline Flack

Authored by Claire Roberts

The last time TV presenter Ade Adepitan saw his friend Caroline Flack was when they bumped into each other at City Airport last year, when she was catching a flight to film Love Island.

Today, the presenter and former Paralympian basketball player – who has just returned from Bangladesh and Bhutan where he was filming a new BBC2 series on climate change – is clearly still reeling...

Food writer Jack Monroe has the most genius way of getting her son to eat (almost) everything

Authored by Marc Astley

Even if you’re the kind of person who will try everything from offal to deep-fried Mars bars, that doesn’t necessarily mean your children will be the same.

Most kids spend years being fussy about what they eat, and that can be an uphill battle for parents.

However, dinner time doesn’t always have to be a struggle, food writer Jack Monroe has learned. In fact, she’s developed...

Frankie Bridge: Going into hospital saved my life

Authored by Marc Astley

With her elfin frame, pixie haircut and dazzling smile, Frankie Bridge may look like she hasn’t a care in the world.

But a lifetime of mental health issues – ranging from chronic anxiety and an eating disorder, to a breakdown at age 23 – has prompted the former Saturdays singer and Strictly star to write a memoir Open, in which she discusses her experiences in the hope that others...

Six things I learned going on First Dates

Authored by Marc Astley

If you’re a fan of First Dates (and frankly, who isn’t?) you’ll have probably thought about how it really feels to enter the now famous London restaurant and meet someone for the first time while surrounded by cameras.

As the new series returns, Jenny Stallard shares her experience of being a diner at the famous restaurant.

Well, I’ve done it – and lived to tell the tale....

This is how the A-list get red-carpet ready during awards season

Authored by Claire Roberts

When Hollywood’s finest are strutting their stuff on the red carpet and beaming for the cameras, it’s easy to think that their radiant looks are the result of good genes, rather than the army of facialists, make-up artists, nail technicians and hair stylists, who work tirelessly behind the scenes.

Make no mistake, there’s a lot of work that goes into getting actors ready for their...

I tried Emma Watson’s favourite eco-friendly fashion app and here’s what happened

Authored by Claire Roberts

Emma Watson is arguably one of the biggest sustainable fashion advocates on the planet right now, and when it comes to making better fashion choices, she’s become a go-to source for great ideas and advice.

So, I was naturally intrigued when Watson revealed her love for app Good On You, which helps her decide which fashion brands to support.

The 29-year-old actress told fans...

As Ashley Graham speaks out – these are the things you might not expect to happen after giving birth

Authored by Claire Roberts

Some things you’re prepared for after giving birth; sleepless nights, a crying baby, a lot of overwhelming emotions.

However, there are a few other things you might not be so prepared for. Model Ashley Graham has recently given birth to her first child with husband Justin Ervin, and one thing she’s been particularly surprised by is having to change her own nappies, and her baby’s....