Actress Helen Flanagan always looks beautiful but on Sunday, she shared the impact breast enhancement surgery has had on her figure. The glamorous mum-of-three re-posted an image from the cosmetic surgery company that handled her surgery, showing her before and after the procedure. In the first photo, Helen wore a gorgeous black-and-gold dress with spaghetti straps and looked away from the camera. In the second, she wore an ab-baring cropped black top that showcased her incredible new cleavage.
Dancing On Ice star Christopher Dean shot to fame after bringing home a gold medal at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. Crowned one of Britain's National Dance Champions alongside his partner, Jayne Torvill, Christopher's extensive career in the ice dancing industry eventually led him to a meeting with his future wife – and fellow Olympic star – Isabelle Duchesnay. Keep reading for all the details on their two-year marriage. WATCH: Have you been watching the latest series of Dancing On Ice?
A Russian spin doctor-turned-mercenary has apparently been targeted in a possible execution attempt in eastern Ukraine in what analysts have suggested could be a warning to the increasingly influential boss of the Wagner Group.
King Charles's cousin, Lady Sarah Chatto, had a reason to celebrate with her husband, Daniel, and their family on Sunday. The couple's youngest son, Arthur Chatto, turned 24 on 5 February. Having previously worked as a personal trainer, as seen in the video below, Arthur joined the Royal Marines after graduating from university. He was pictured wearing his uniform at the late Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and at her state funeral. WATCH: The late Queen's great nephew Arthur
“We’ve had another bit of a tussle. I won, obviously.” That was Sgt Catherine Cawood, in typically understated style, summing up the climax of Happy Valley (BBC One). And the nation breathed a huge sigh of relief.
The Treasury has signalled there is no new money for defence despite recognising the urgent need to rearm in the wake of Russia's war in Ukraine, defence sources have said. At the same time, the sources said a "refresh" of UK defence policy - that was meant to inform the spending plans of Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak - could be delayed until after the March budget because an initial draft failed to reflect sufficiently the transformed security environment in Europe, where a land war is raging. The comments came after Sky News last week revealed that a senior US general had told Defence Secretary Ben Wallace that the British Army is no longer regarded as a top level, or "tier one", fighting force following decades of cuts to its size and strength.