- CelebrityYahoo Life
The Czech supermodel turned 56 on April 9.
- CelebrityYahoo Lifestyle
Six non-royals will walk behind Prince Philip's coffin at his funeral on Saturday. Find out who the duke hand-picked before he passed away.
- NewsThe Telegraph
Almost a quarter of registered Covid deaths are people who are not dying from the disease, new official figures show, as the Government was urged to move faster with the roadmap in the light of increasingly positive data. The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that 23 per cent of coronavirus deaths registered are now people who have died "with" the virus rather than "from" an infection. This means that, while the person who died will have tested positive for Covid, that was not the primary cause of their death recorded on the death certificate. Other data also shows an increasingly positive picture of the state of the pandemic in the UK. Daily death figures by "date of death" reveal that Britain has had no more than 28 deaths a day since the beginning of April, even though the government-announced deaths have been as high as 60. This is because the Government gives a daily update on deaths based on the number reported that day, which can include deaths from days or weeks previously and therefore may not reflect the true decline in deaths. On Tuesday, the Government announced that there had been 23 further deaths.
- CelebrityMarie Claire
He FaceTimes Meghan and Archie several times a day.
Several exciting new shows have recently being announced, from Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Donald Glover reimagining Mr and Mrs Smith, to Nicola Walker heading up Swedish crime drama Annika — plus, ITV’s latest psychological thriller starring Chernobyl’s star Emily Watson, is arriving on screens tonight at 9pm. Elsewhere the explosive sixth season of Line Of Duty rages on — and we’ve just been given the first glimpse of Jodie Tuner-Smith taking on the lead in Channel 5’s reimagining of Anne Boleyn.
- EntertainmentThe Independent
Viewers were left with more questions about the kitchen lovemaking than show’s central mystery
- CelebrityEvening Standard
The Queen has returned to royal duties, just a few days after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh to mark the retirement of her household’s most senior official. The monarch was back working on Tuesday holding her first in-person event since Philip’s passing on Friday, and hosted a ceremony as the Earl Peel formally stood down as Lord Chamberlain. Returning to her official role so soon after her bereavement typifies the Queen’s deep sense of duty and service.