• Susanna Reid puts 'hypocritical' Piers Morgan in his place after latest Harry and Meghan rant

    Susanna Reid clashed with Piers Morgan during Monday’s (January 20) Good Morning Britain after growing tired of his latest Harry and Meghan Markle rant.The journalist-turned-presenter launched into a fresh tirade at the beginning of the episode, accusing the Duke of Sussex of “whining” about the circumstances surrounding the latest royal crisis.

  • Loose Women star Nadia Sawalha breaks down in tears over daughter's hearbreaking revelation

    Loose Women star Nadia Sawalha has a popular podcast called Confessions of a Modern Parent, and each week she and her husband Mark Adderley tackle a different area of modern-day parenting. Most recently, the couple explored the issues surrounding body image and social media, and Nadia was overcome with emotion as she thought about herself as a teenager and the battles she had with accepting her body. She was just as overwhelmed when her daughter Maddie, 17, opened up about her own feelings towards her body image in a recorded message, having been asked whether she thought that social media has a negative impact on people of her generation.Nadia Sawalha was overcome with emotion after hearing her oldest daughter talk about body imageAfter listening to her daughter admit that she had a "toxic" relationship with her body, Nadia, in tears, said: "That was so content-rich. Our beautiful, beautiful child inside and out. The way she just talks from her heart like that. There is so much in that for any parent listening to that." She continued: "I'm sitting here crying and I'm not just crying for our daughter, but for me, for women through the ages. You know the confusion, the manipulation, the warped thinking, that waste of our energy. That beautiful child of ours." The doting mum also praised her teenager for being so articulate with her answer. Maddie had said: "People have been struggling with body image and weight since the beginning of time, and social media hasn't been around since the beginning of time," and Nadia agreed that she could relate, having had a difficult time feeling confident in her skin while at drama school, before social media was around.MORE: Watch the key dates in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's exit from royal dutiesNadia and husband Mark Adderley with their two daughters Maddie and KikiNadia and her husband are also proud parents of 12-year-old daughter Kiki, and Nadia is stepmum to Mark's older two daughters, Isabelle and Fleur, from past relationships. The pair have been discussing a large number of topics on their podcast about parenting, ranging from teenage drinking, to mental health and discipline. Nadia and Mark have been running a YouTube channel for the past few years, which features their daughters and the star's parents and sister, who live next door to them.READ: Victoria Beckham shares new photo of David and their childrenThe former EastEnders actress home-schools her children - something she regularly talks about. In 2017, she opened up about the reason she decided to take her daughters out of school while talking to HELLO!. The star revealed that they had been "excelling" since they left their private school education, saying: "They struggled in class and really thought they wouldn't excel in anything. But ever since I took them out of school two years ago, they've become more confident and passionate and are brimming with enthusiasm to learn."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • "I stayed alive to tell" - Auschwitz's dwindling survivors recount horrors of Nazi death camp

    A strip of skin tattooed with the Auschwitz death camp number 99288 sits in a silver frame on a shelf in Avraham Harshalom's living room. As the 75th anniversary of the camp's liberation on Jan 27, 1945, nears, Harshalom, 95, is very clear about why he kept it. Harshalom is one of some 200,000 Holocaust survivors living in Israel today.

  • The Queen celebrates Countess of Wessex's birthday with stunning snapshot

    The Queen has long had a special bond with her daughter-in-law, the Countess of Wessex. In celebration of Sophie's 55th birthday on Monday, a touching post was shared on the monarch's official Instagram page, featuring a stunning snapshot of Sophie. The image shows the smiling Countess on an official engagement, holding a flower made from tartan fabric. "Happy Birthday to HRH The Countess of Wessex! HappyBirthdayHRH," the accompanying message read.A birthday tribute to the Countess of Wessex has been shared on the Royal Family Instagram pageSophie will be celebrating her birthday at Buckingham Palace on Monday evening, where she will join her husband Prince Edward, Princess Anne and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for a royal reception to mark the UK-Africa Investment Summit, hosted on behalf of the Queen by William and Kate. The couple will formally receive the Heads of State and Government and their partners at the reception, followed by a group photograph of them with the Duke and Duchess alongside Sophie, Edward, and Princess Anne. Their royal highnesses will then join a reception in the state rooms of Buckingham Palace where William will make a short speech.MORE: Lady Louise Windsor shows off hockey skills during surprise appearance with mum Sophie WessexThe Countess of Wessex's style fileSophie's strong bond with the Queen was highlighted in October last year when she made a speech at a glittering reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the success of the Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess, who has been campaigning to improve eye health worldwide since 2000, spoke in front of 200 guests and addressed the Queen, saying: "I feel in a way that I have been your eyes, having travelled to Malawi, Bangladesh and India to see the work of the Trust first-hand, witnessing the ambitious initiatives being carried out in Your Majesty's name, and ensuring that the intended legacy would be real and long lasting. I am very happy to say that Your Majesty's honour has been more than upheld."MORE: Prince Harry reveals 'great sadness' at outcome of royal discussions, talks future with Meghan and ArchieSophie enjoys a close bond with her mother-in-law, the QueenSophie, who looked elegant in white, then revealed her affectionate nickname for the Queen as she continued: "Mama, when I have returned from my travels I have been so proud to share with you the work I have witnessed being carried out under the umbrella of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust and the care of so many people working so hard to save and cure sight."

  • Boris Johnson will have an international scandal on his hands if he continues to throw EU citizens under the bus

    When Boris Johnson brought back his Brexit bill to this new majority-Conservative parliament, the debate shifted from whether the UK would leave the European Union to what kind of country we will become when we do.No longer having to court the votes of moderate MPs, Johnson is now trying to strip away the commitments he made. Gone are the pledges not to water down workers’ rights and environmental standards. Gone is the commitment to reunite unaccompanied refugee children with their families. Gone is Johnson’s promise to automatically guarantee in law the rights of EU citizens living in the UK.

  • Actor Laurence Fox calls out 'racist, woke' people who 'need to feel oppressed'

    The actor told Talk Radio that he did not expect his remarks to create as much controversy as they did.

  • Migrants, security forces clash at Guatemala-Mexico border

    Scuffles broke out on the Guatemala-Mexico border, Saturday, as hundreds of mostly Honduran migrants attempted to cross. Mexican security officials briefly shut the border crossing and sought to calm a group of people who began pushing and shoving. Scores of migrants have been arriving at the Mexican border in recent days, with the bulk of them still advancing in a larger caravan… bearing similarities to a caravan that tried to force its way through the same crossing in October 2018. Authorities say around 4,000 people have arrived in Guatemala in recent days - the biggest surge since it signed an accord with the U.S. that increases pressure on them to deal with migrants. Now - Mexico is being tested on how it complies with U.S. demands to contain migrant flows. That's after President Donald Trump threatened to hurt Mexico and other Central American countries economically if they allow large groups to reach the U.S. border. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he is monitoring the approach of the migrants and has held out the prospect of jobs - specifically in southern Mexico - for those who want to stay.