Duchess Kate wore her signature Lover's Knot tiara.
Tonight, Queen Elizabeth is hosting an evening reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps at Buckingham Palace in London. The glitzy annual affair was attended by numerous members of the royal family, including Prince William and Kate Middleton. The royals were decked out in white-tie ensembles, and a few sparkling tiaras made an appearance as well. See every photo from the evening here:
Katy Perry collapsed after inhaling fumes from a gas leak while filming the current series of American Idol, in footage that has emerged ahead of the next episode.In a clip of an episode airing this Sunday (23 February), the singer can be seen falling to the ground after the studio is evacuated.
Two more people died from the new coronavirus in Iran, infections nearly doubled in South Korea, and clusters surfaced in Chinese prisons Friday, rekindling concerns about an epidemic that has killed more than 2,200 people in China.
"They are traumatised," said Namusisi, who wakes up at 3 a.m. every day to talk to her daughters over the Chinese messaging service WeChat. Countries across the world have flown their nationals home from China's quarantined Hubei province, the centre of the outbreak of the virus that since January has infected more than 74,000 people and killed over 2,100. "We've gone to parliament, we've gone to the ministry of health, we've gone to the ministry of foreign affairs and taken them our petition to bring back our children," said Namusisi, nearing tears.
An American-style school bus has been spotted driving around London, asking anyone who sees Prince Andrew to ask him to “call the FBI”.The yellow bus, which has two large photos of the prince on the side, was seen driving through Mayfair on Friday.
Follow the latest boxing news live today as we begin building up to one of the biggest fights of the year: Tyson Fury’s rematch with WBC heavyweight king Deontay Wilder.The two men fought to a genuinely sensational draw in Los Angeles at the end of 2018 and on Saturday night will reconvene for what promises to be another dramatic fight. The final press conference took place on Wednesday and today we will be bringing you news from the weigh-in.
An elderly man in the northern city of Padua has died after being infected with the coronavirus, becoming the first Italian victim of the disease, Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on Friday. Health authorities announced earlier in the day 15 cases of the virus in the wealthy northern region of Lombardy and two in neighbouring Veneto where Padua is located -- the first known cases of local transmission in the country. None of those infected were believed to have travelled to China, the epicentre of the new illness, and local authorities in Italy scrambled to contain the outbreak.
*/On one issue there was unanimity: Donald Trump would be re-elected in 2020, most likely by a landslide.
Madonna was joined by Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie during a show at the London Palladium, at which the pair swapped a few jokes about the hit HBO series.The singer was performing as part of her residency at the London venue when she took time to visit Christie in the front row. She had previously brought Christie on stage during a gig in Australia, back in March 2016, after Christie revealed she has loved Madonna since she was a child.
EastEnders actress June Brown has quit after 35 years of playing the chain-smoking Albert Square mainstay Dot Cotton.The 93-year-old star, whose stint on the soap began in 1985, said she has left the show "for good".
Sir Richard Branson will launch his new luxury cruise line in Dover on Friday as he seeks to make a splash in a new market. Virgin Voyages launches with the unveiling of the Scarlet Lady – the first of four “Lady ships” in the new fleet.
Sadiq Khan today ruled out backing Left-winger Rebecca Long-Bailey for the Labour leadership — saying the party needs a leader who understands why it lost the 2019 general election.London’s Mayor came off the fence in an interview with the Evening Standard, saying he would vote for either Sir Keir Starmer or Lisa Nandy.
Manchester United greats Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Alex Ferguson and Denis Law are among mourners who have gathered for the funeral of club hero Harry Gregg. The former Northern Ireland international goalkeeper was hailed for his courage after the Munich air disaster in February 1958, in which 23 people were killed.