• Prince William and Prince Harry are Reportedly Set to Split Their Royal Household

    Ahead of Meghan Markle's due date this spring.

  • Keith Lemon's wife Jill compared to Kate Middleton in gorgeous rare photo

    Keith Lemon tends to keep his private life out of the spotlight, but on Thursday, the TV star made an exception as he shared a rare photo of his wife Jill. The Instagram snap went down a treat with fans, with many comparing Jill to a range of stunning celebrities, including the Duchess of Cambridge! "I thought it was Kate Middleton," one fan replied to the close-up photo of Jill. "Prince William might be jealous," another joked.Others compared the beauty therapist to model Kelly Brook and celebrity chef Nigella, while one commented: "I thought it was Elizabeth Hurley." Others likened Jill to former gymnast Gabby Logan and sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher.Keith paid tribute to his wife on Valentine's DayKeith shared the rare photo to mark Valentine's Day, writing: "Appy Valentine's Day beautiful lady." In his typical jokey style, the comedian quipped: "I would finish with my super hot French girlfriend for a bit of hang time with you. Whoever you are. DM me! I'm Keith Lemon from the telly x."MORE: Princess Eugenie shares cutest Valentine's Day message for husband JackThe Through the Keyhole presenter - whose real name is Leigh Francis - married his sweetheart Jill in October 2002 at Allerton Castle in North Yorkshire. The couple went on to welcome two daughters, Matilda and Dolly. In 2017, the couple stepped out for Jonathan Ross' annual star-studded Halloween party, which also happened to be their wedding anniversary. Keith shared two photos of the pair in their fancy dress costumes with the heartfelt message: "What a lovely anniversary evening. Together 25 years! Married 14 years! Love you Mrs F ever since we were kids xxxxxxxxxx. Love you very much Mrs Francis."Keith's wife Jill rarely makes public appearancesMORE: Kate's sweet solo outing with Prince Louis on Valentine's DayIn public, Keith is known by his alter-ego Keith Lemon. But he has previously revealed that he was convinced by Jill to collect the Best Digital Programme award for Celebrity Juice as himself. "I promised her Keith wouldn't be there so we could just have a bit of time on our own being normal," he told The Sun. "You can tell it's me instead of Keith because I've got my hair tied back into a tiny bun." He added: "My executive producer, Leon Wilson, said it feels like I'm coming out! But I won't be doing it again. I don't want anyone to know who I really am - I prefer being Keith. Everyone goes a bit weird when it's just me."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • Cardi B Got Fiery Red Hair Just In Time for Valentine's Day

    This shade is literally FIRE.

  • Let Shamima Begum return to UK or risk more terror recruits, says expert

    Shamima Begum, 19, wants to return to the UK from a Syrian refugee camp to raise her child. The home secretary’s response to teenage Islamic State bride Shamima Begum will guarantee new recruits to the ideology that underpins the terror group, a former senior counter-radicalisation expert for the government has warned. As the debate over whether to allow Begum, who left the UK to join Islamic State as a 15-year-old, to return home continued on Saturday, Hanif Qadir said Sajid Javid’s reaction to the teenager’s predicament fed the narrative of Isis.

  • James Jordan gets surprise Strictly visit on Dancing on Ice

    James Jordan was surprised by some very special guests this week in the Dancing on Ice rink during training. James - who used to be a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing \- was visited by fellow Strictly alumni Ian Waite and Vincent Simone. Both Ian and Vincent got their skates on as James gave them a taster of life on the ice, having swapped the ballroom for Bovingdon ice rink. In photos of the special reunion, it looks like the Strictly boys aren't exactly naturals on the ice - and Vincent even fell on his knees! But it does look like the gang had loads of fun together, which fans will hopefully get to watch back on this weekend's live show.READ: This much-loved Strictly couple are missing from The Greatest Dancer reunion performanceJames is a favourite to win the show and he persevered through last week's show after hinting that he might be unable to continue following another fall on the ice. Writing in his Best magazine column, the 40-year-old revealed he's suffering more pain due to arthritis which was spurred on by a fall on the ice. "I fell practising a jump the other day and landed on my hip," he explained. "Given I have arthritis there, it wasn't ideal. It hurt - a lot." However James still took part and made it through to this week. Ryan Sidebottom and Gemma Collins found themselves in the skate-off, before Gemma was voted out of the competition.READ: Inside Amanda Holden's 48th birthday celebrations with familyJames and partner Alexandra Schauman will take to the ice this weekend during the live show, which will see the first double elimination of the series.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • Science: Lazy people are likely to be smarter, more successful, and better employees. Who knew?

    Let's be honest, lazy people get a bad rap, especially when the world's most successful billionaires are perceived as the exact opposite. But fortunately for "lazy" people, a study published in the Journal of Health Psychology found that, on average, less physically active people (a.k.a. "lazy people") tend to be brainier than physically active people.

  • The Shamima Begum debate plays right into Theresa May's hands

    The furore over Shamima Begum is unfathomable. Theresa May is using this as a smokescreen to divert public attention from her failure to negotiate a good withdrawal deal with the EU. It also fails to address the root causes of homegrown terrorism and acknowledge Britain’s complicity in the gruesome atrocities perpetrated in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict.