• The Queen Forced Prince Harry to Make a Heartbreaking Choice About What to Do with His Life

    Before he dedicated himself to the life of a working royal, Prince Harry spent a decade in the military. In 2015, when Queen Elizabeth started to delegate more and more royal duties to younger generations of royals, Harry was forced to choose between his military career and his royal life. Prince Harry is just one of the senior-ranking royals who had to choose between the life of a working royal and, well, the life he wanted for a long time.

  • Announce Beckham: Man United fans nostalgic as Becks impresses at Old Trafford

    Manchester United fans were treated to a feast of nostalgia after David Beckham put in a spectacular performance in a legends match at Old Trafford. The 44-year-old capped off United's 5-0 victory over Bayern Munich with a fine solo goal, in a match to commemorate 20 years since the club's famous treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in 1999. Beckham's stand-out display was cause for celebration from Red Devil fans.

  • Woman who suffers from condition that causes saggy skin has become a body positive Instagram star

    A woman who suffers from a condition that leaves her with saggy skin has become a champion of body positivity on Instagram. Sara Geurts, a 28-year-old model, has an extreme form of a connective tissue disorder Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) called Dermatosparaxis EDS. It that means her body is deficient in collagen, causing her skin to notably sag, as well as leaving her bed-bound and unable to eat.

  • Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Her Toned Abs in Workout Selfie Ahead of Her 50th Birthday Tour

    Jennifer Lopez is putting in work ahead of her upcoming tour. “Getting it in right before rehearsals,” she captioned the photo. The Hustlers star could be seen exercising her back muscles and captioned one of the stories “Gotta work before we party” - in reference to her upcoming summer tour, It's My Party, in honor of her 50th birthday.

  • Emmanuel Macron embarrassed by Marine Le Pen in elections but emerges as EU kingmaker

    Emmanuel Macron suffered defeat at home in the European elections but could console himself with securing a kingmaker role that could determine the next five years of EU politics. The ardently Europhile French president was narrowly beaten by Marine Le Pen's virulently anti-EU National Rally in the French vote but stands to benefit from a fragmentation in support for the older centrist parties in the European Parliament. Ever since the first European elections in 1979, the centre-right European People's Party and centre-left Socialists and Democrats have dominated EU politics.

  • Game of Thrones: Gwendoline Christie responds to Kit Harington telling critics to 'go f*** themselves'

    Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie has spoken about the backlash to the finale series of the hit HBO show, including her co-star Kit Harington's comment about critics. The actor was interviewed by The Times about the “emotional” final episode, where she discussed her character Ser Brienne of Tarth's story arc. Addressing the fan criticism over her one-night-stand with Jaime Lannister, she said she was “acutely aware” that not everyone would like how the season ended.

  • Ex-Westlife singer Brian McFadden: Britain is 'fu***d' and needs a leader like Donald Trump

    Former Westlife singer Brian McFadden claims Britain needs a Donald Trump-like figure in charge and for the country to adopt a 'Britain First' attitude. The 39-year-old made the comments on social media, saying Britain is 'literally fu***d', with Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Jeremy Corbyn currently at the forefront of UK politics. The Irish-born singer tweeted on Sunday morning: “The fact that borris, farage and Jeremy are the frontrunners to be prime minister is scary! Britain is fu***d!!! Literally fu***d!