A big white wedding – every little boy's dream: Men now TWICE as likely as women to want fairytale nuptials Women would rather spend money on a house depositAverage wedding costs 20,000; average deposit for house is 16,000 'Pre-gifting': some 13% of couples consider asking guests to make a financial contribution to their wedding instead of giving them a present | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 16 November 2012 It used to be just little girls draping pillow cases over their heads and dreaming of their big day. But now it seems it's boys, too. Today's modern man is now almost twice as likely as his bride to want a big, white, fairytale wedding, according to research.
Licence To Thrill: Bond Girl Berenice Marlohe steals the show at Skyfall after party as she changes into sheer gown | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 24 October 2012 She wowed onlookers when she turned up to the red carpet at London's Royal Albert Hall for the Skyfall premiere on Tuesday night. But it seems Bond Girl Berenice Marlohe had another trick up her sleeve to show off her credentials and reveal exactly why she landed the role in the first place
Elizabeth Hurley shocked the world in that Versace safety pin dress, and now Lady Gaga has brought it back. So…can ANYONE wear it | UPDATED: 10:34 GMT, 9 October 2012 The last time someone asked me if I was 'actually going out in that dress', I was 17 and answerable to my mother. This time, I am some years older — and it's not my mum voicing concerns, but a photographer.
Skinny jeans, leggings and blazers replace denim jackets and polo shirts as staple parts of modern girl's wardrobe | UPDATED: 10:37 GMT, 27 September 2012 From leather leggings to denim hot pants, trends come and go as fashion evolves every season. But it seems that some trends are here to stay. Skinny jeans, leggings and blazers have replaced denim jackets, polo necks and thick black tights as wardrobe staples over the last 25 years, a study has revealed.
Claire Sweeney, 41, opens up about suffering from 'emotional infertility' but is determined to still become a mother | UPDATED: 06:46 GMT, 18 September 2012 Motherhood dreams: Actress Claire Sweeney has admitted she suffers from 'emotional infertility' She became a household name after appearing in a popular soap opera at the age of 20 and has barely stopped working since. But for actress Claire Sweeney, her two decades of success on stage and screen has come at a price
He must be bored of cougars: One Direction's Harry Styles test drives vintage Jaguar E-Type Roadster and a 82,000 Porsche 911 | UPDATED: 15:04 GMT, 13 September 2012 He is often seen driving back home after a night out in his flashy big Range Rover. But Harry Styles showed he is looking to increase the amount of motors in his garage as he took a couple of desirable cars for a spin today (Thursday).
SPOT ON!This Autumn the fashion pack's going dotty… | UPDATED: 23:47 GMT, 26 August 2012 When Planet Fashion falls in love, it falls hard. A tiny detail, a certain shade or cut of fabric goes — almost overnight — from being something innocuous and unnoticed to being absolutely everywhere
'How can ANYONE fancy Christian Grey' Jilly Cooper slams Fifty Shades as ludicrous porn – and says its protagonist is a 'terrible, terribly silly man with long index fingers' | UPDATED: 15:00 GMT, 23 August 2012 There is no denying that EL James is making waves in the literary world. But veteran romance novelist Jilly Cooper asks women with a certain class to take stock. This is not writing, she claims.
'Enjoy cooking, you'll be doing it all your lives': The Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry encourages young wives to start on their culinary skills By Alasdair Glennie PUBLISHED: 23:05 GMT, 21 August 2012 | UPDATED: 23:05 GMT, 21 August 2012 Wise words: Mary Berry is encouraging young wives to enjoy cooking She is a domestic goddess whose idea of home making really does hark back to a golden age. After calling for families to unite at the dinner table, Mary Berry now advises 'young wives' to love cooking
Good news for single ladies, chivalry isn't dead! How British males are being inspired to act like gentlemen by well-mannered stars like Mo Farah, Sir Chris Hoy and Dermot O’Leary | UPDATED: 16:24 GMT, 17 August 2012 While many modern women feel that chivalry is well and truly dead, it appears that good old fashioned manners may be making a comeback. According to a new study, more and more British men are minding their Ps and Qs when it comes to dating and are willing to go above and beyond to sweep the ladies off their feet. The gentlemanly behaviour of Olympic champions such as Mo Farah and Sir Chris Hoy is thought to have played a part in shifting attitudes, with many men being influenced by the well-mannered heroes