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It was dubbed the "wedding of the year", and now the first images from Beauden Barrett and Hannah Laity's big day have been published by Woman's Day magazine.
Actor Windsor Davies, best known for playing the bellowing, blustering and belligerent sergeant major in comedy It Ain't Half Hot Mum, has died.
Victoria Beckham has admitted that she will feel "left out" when her former band the Spice Girls go on a UK tour later this year as she dismissed rumours of marriage problems to her husband David as "frustrating and annoying".
OPINION: I probably think more about David Cunliffe than the average person these days. The average person thinks about him zero and I think about him sometimes.
A family photo posted on Instagram ended with former Beverley Hills 90210 star Tori Spelling's five children being attacked for looking overweight, cheap, shabby and unhealthy.
Margot Robbie is fed up of being asked about the status of her womb and has issued a friendly reminder that it is no one's business but her own.
Model Kendall Jenner has dived right back into the uproar over her acne cream sponsorship by telling the world she ran home crying as a 13-year-old because of her skin problems.
Sony Corp's RCA music label has scrubbed R Kelly from its lineup after a documentary series renewed the furor surrounding allegations of criminal sexual misconduct.
A lot of us hate our jobs, so it makes sense that a few actors have been left unhappy with the roles they've been cast to play. But hey, you gotta work.
2019 is not yet three weeks old and there's already a meme dedicated to its existence. Dubbed the #TenYearChallenge (and #TenYearAgeingChallenge), it involves posting a photo of yourself from 2009 against a photo of yourself from this year on social media.
Liam Neeson's nephew Ronan Sexton has died, according to a person familiar with the situation but not authorised to speak publicly.
Gwyneth Paltrow's relationship with ex-husband Chris Martin is still extremely important to her, though she has since moved on and married Brad Falchuk in September 2018.
Psychologist John Aiken is one of three matchmakers using science and psychology to match up strangers on the hit TV show Married at First Sight Australia.