- News PA Entertainment
Asked whether she had any career regrets, Louise cited an outfit she wore on Top Of The Pops as part of girl band Eternal.
- Style Hello!
The Duchess of Cornwall made a quick outfit change on Tuesday, as she headed out for her next engagement in Cornwall - a reception to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' chairmanship of the Duchy of Cornwall Prince's Council. Fancy! For the outdoor occasion, which was held at the beautiful Duchy of Cornwall Nursery in Lostwithiel, Camilla wore one of her favourite outfits - a monochrome polka-dot midi dress teamed with her tailored white jacket. She previously wore the ensemble to visit Manchester in June 2017, though this time she added an ultra-classic touch - her beloved Chanel pumps. Looking lovely in polka dots and pearls!Camilla, who celebrates her 72nd birthday on Wednesday, stuck to her signature blow-dry and natural makeup, and kept her jewellery simple with a string of pearls. She held on to her DeMellier London handbag which she debuted earlier that day - the pale leather piece even has a style link to the Duchess of Sussex, who also loves the accessory brand. MORE: Queen Letizia just totally wowed us in a chic Zara dress - and it's only £19.99The £295 arm candy is known as the 'Mini Venice' and it's available in number of shades including purple and blush pink. Camilla also has this bag in green, so it's clearly one of her favourites for carrying her essentials!Camilla has a new handbag by DeMellier LondonThe Duchess' iconic two-tone Chanel heels are a style she has been wearing for many years, and today sell for around £700. And while the classic shoes are versatile and comfortable, it has been suggested that there could be a more sentimental reason behind her preference; Chanel's logo takes the form of two interlocking C's - which, of course, also stands for Charles and Camilla. How sweet is that?MORE: James Middleton's French girlfriend Alizee Thevenet is SO chicCharles and Camilla's annual tour of Devon and Cornwall will continue on Wednesday, when the Duchess will step out on her birthday. We wonder what she'll wear for her special day!
- Style The Independent
A Miss England finalist broke pageant conventions by submitting photos of herself in a wetsuit for the optional swimsuit round of the competition, earning herself a position in the top 20. Although the swimsuit round was banned in 2010, as part of the pageant, contestants can enter themselves into the optional Miss Beach Beauty competition, with the winner awarded a trip to Mauritius.Winners are also fast-tracked into the top 20 of the overall Miss England competition. Aysha Khan, 21, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was the only contestant of 49 entrants to choose a full-body swimming costume - a choice she made to show you don't have to wear a bikini to feel confident.According to Khan, who is Muslim, she did not want to submit a photo in a bikini, but still wanted to participate - so she chose to enter with her unique take on swimwear. “I did not enter this round to win, but to simply take part and show my take on swimwear,” the pageant contestant wrote on Facebook. Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph about her submission, Khan said she wanted to stay true to herself and her background, while also empowering others. “I wanted to show a different take on swimwear, and that you don’t have to wear a bikini to go to the beach,” Khan said. “It’s a choice to dress with less clothing, it’s also a choice to dress with more and both are equally as empowering as the other as it’s a personal choice and feeling. “I think other girls can see this and realise that they can do the same.”Following the news that she’d made it into the top 20, the Miss Lancashire winner said that she was “shocked to say the least”.“My message with my entry was to show to show body confidence and empowerment in a different way,” the 21-year-old said. On 1 August, Khan will compete in the Miss England final in Newcastle, an opportunity she says encourages women to “express themselves in their own way”.Explaining how pageants have evolved and how she got so far with her modest submission, Khan wrote on Facebook: “Because Miss England stands for so much more and welcomes women from different walks of life to take part in this contest. Miss England encourages women to express themselves in their OWN way and promotes the idea of feeling confident in a way that best suits YOU.”On Facebook, Khan has been praised for her message of empowerment. "Love your message Aysha! So happy that your experience through Miss Lancashire and Miss England shows you for who you are," one person wrote, while another said: "You look beautiful! This is my favourite beach beauty picture."In April, Halima Aden made history when she became the first model to be featured in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue wearing a hijab and a burkini.
- Movies Yahoo Movies UK
Abigail Disney has called on Bob Iger to address the allegedly poor working conditions of Disneyland staff members experience.
- Style Hello!
How incredible did the Duchess of Cambridge look at the men's Wimbledon finals on Sunday? We loved her impeccable outfit - a blue crepe Emilia Wickstead number. She carried a beaded white clutch bag and her famous hair was blown out with big bouncy curls. But did you spot her nude shoes? The wife of Prince William opted for the Aldo 'Nicholes' heels, which you can pick up for £64.99. They have a pointed sole and a block heel and come in five different colours. If you fancy investing in these shoes , we recommend that you don't delay - Kate's nude pair are almost sold out online.Kate wore a fabulous pair of shoes to the Wimbledon finalOf course, everyone knows that Kate has long been a fan of the nude shoe - and for many years her utmost favourite pair were by L.K.Bennett - the 'Sledge' high heel pumps retail at £195 and Kate wore them on numerous occasions from 2011-2014. The shoes hit headlines when the wife of Prince William wore them on a visit to a mosque in 2012 - and took them off as a mark of respect before she entered. Since then, the mother-of-three has worn a variety of high heels from the luxury high street brand and also has carried several clutch bags.£64.99, ALDOSpeaking of shoes, Kate received a very special pair of trainers for her youngest son, Prince Louis, right in the royal box! Former tennis world champion Stan Smith turned to the Duchess and handed her a tiny pair of tennis shoes, which had the words "Prince Louis" emblazoned across it in gold.MORE: The Duchess of Cambridge's BEST headbandsThe Adidas Stan Smiths trainers were also signed by the legend himself - how amazing? Stan previously won Wimbledon in 1972 and was welcomed into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987.READ: Duchess Kate wows in green Dolce & Gabbana at Wimbledon - as she joins Meghan and sister PippaThis article contains affiliate links, which means HELLO! may earn a small commission if a reader clicks through and makes a purchase. More information.