The rarest of 50p coins are being sold for up to £499 on eBay. Among special edition 50 pence pieces, which can be sought after by collectors, the latest release is the Sir Isaac Newton commemorative coin of which 375 were released last month to mark 375 years since the physicist and mathematician's birth. Previous commemorative coins that can be valued at much higher sums than their worth include the Kew Gardens 50p.
Game of Thrones star Lena Headey has claimed Harvey Weinstein angrily marched her out of a hotel after she rejected his advances. The British actress posted a series of tweets in which she detailed meetings between the two where the Hollywood mogul allegedly made "suggestive" comments towards her and became enraged after she rejected his advances. It comes as Weinstein has resigned from the board of The Weinstein Company - the film studio he co-founded in 2005.
Last month, the world watched as Prince George arrived for his first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea. But there’s already talk about what secondary school the four-year-old will attend. As an unofficial royal rule, senior members of the royal family have attended boarding schools with peers of the same sex, but rumour has it that the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William might break from royal tradition when it comes to Prince George and allow him to attend a co-ed school instead of single sex. ALSO SEE: 4 unofficial royal rules Meghan Markle broke in one day (and why that’s OK) “The word on the street is that his parents want co-education and boarding when he leaves prep school,” a source told The Sunday Times. The publication also noted that Brighton College could be a strong contender, as it has been a popular choice of senior education for those leaving Thomas’s Battersea in recent years. So instead of following in dad William and uncle Harry’s footsteps by attending Eton College independent boarding school for boys - George just might break an (unofficial) royal rule by attending a mixed-sex boarding school. What are your thoughts? Schooling aside, scroll through the gallery for other things the royal family isn’t allowed to do (but sometimes do). Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
Never Mind The Buzzcocks have shared a touching tribute to former team captain Sean Hughes who passed away yesterday (16 October) at the age of 51. Tributes to the Irish stand-up poured in from across the world of comedy with the music quiz show publishing a compilation of some of Hughes' funniest moments. Hughes, born in London and raised in Dublin, first performed at the Comedy Store in 1987.