Beneath the gloss Tulisa’s a cyber fishwife | UPDATED: 07:53 GMT, 23 November 2012 Cyber warfare: Tulisa Contostavlos took to Twitter to brand the mother of boyfriend Danny Simpson's child a 'liar' For millions of young girls, Tulisa Contostavlos is the face of Saturday night television. And that’s becoming a bit of a shame
It must be love! Childhood sweethearts separated in 1948 reunited over 60 YEARS LATER (and they're still as besotted as ever) Brenda Loy, 82, and Fred Wilcock, 81, grew up in South Yorkshire The pair were best friends from the age of four to 17Separated when Fred left to do military service in 1948Chance meeting brought them back together | UPDATED: 20:53 GMT, 22 November 2012 A pair of childhood sweethearts who were inseparable during their younger years have revealed how fate brought them back together after more than 60 years apart. Brenda Loy, 82, and Fred Wilcock, 81, were best friends growing up in the village of Hoyland in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, from the ages of four to 17. And they are now enjoying their golden years together after becoming separated when Fred left for military service in 1948.
Pausing puberty aged 12 saved my life: Transgender beauty queen praises her amazing family ahead of BBC documentary on her mission to become Miss England Jackie Green, 19, was born a boy named Jack After seven attempts to kill herself and two years on suicide watch her parents let her become a girl On her 16th birthday she became the youngest person in the world to have a gender reassignment surgeryBBC3 documentary follows her mission to become Miss England | UPDATED: 18:18 GMT, 20 November 2012 Aged 16 Jackie Green became the youngest person in the world to undergo transgender surgery. Now as a 19-year-old woman, Jackie has made history once again by becoming the first transgender Miss England finalist, and a BBC3 documentary to be aired tonight follows the teen's mission to become a beauty queen.
The Prince of political incorrectness: New book celebrates Duke of Edinburgh's wonky wit and wisdom…and all his verbal blunders Prince Philip: Wise Words and Golden Gaffes by Phil Dampier & Ashley Walton | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 19 November 2012 Prince Philip has never been one to mince his words.
Families only manage to sit down together for dinner twice a week – with 10% NEVER eating together 10% of families confess they never sit down to eat at the same time Fathers and teenage children are worst culprits for missing meal times Commute and domestic chores to blame | UPDATED: 14:18 GMT, 19 November 2012 Extended working hours, lengthy commutes and children's commitments mean families never get home at the same time and rarely eat their evening meal together, a new study has revealed. The study found that 10 per cent of families never have a family meal together in the week and less than a third of Brits sit down every night
Check out the fringe! Una Healy shows off cute childhood photos as she visits her old school | UPDATED: 19:23 GMT, 16 November 2012 We're used to seeing The Saturdays singer Una Healy pasting adorable photos of her daughter Aoife on Twitter. But today, the Irish singer, 31, was clearly in the mood for reminiscing as she uploaded some old photos of herself as a child
'Donna Karan seduced me by stripping naked when we met': Fellow designer Christopher Bailey makes a racy revelation | UPDATED: 18:34 GMT, 15 November 2012 Donna Karan, the creative genius behind the DKNY and Donna Karan New York brands is part of the fabric of the fashion industry across the globe, but seems less keen on keeping the fabric on herself. Christopher Bailey has revealed that during his first nerve-wracking meeting with her as a young designer she stripped off totally. ‘She completely seduced me with the way she sees the world
Why I dump friends when they reach their sell-by date: Women make 400 friends in a lifetime but how to shed ones you've outgrown Be ruthless PUBLISHED: 23:09 GMT, 14 November 2012 | UPDATED: 23:40 GMT, 14 November 2012 Lately I had one of those Facebook moments I’m sure everyone has experienced. I was trawling through the messages when I realised I hadn’t seen anything from a certain friend for a while. On investigation, it seemed she had ‘defriended’ me.
Hey big spenders! Brits' love of shopping makes us better acquainted with local shop assistant than policeman, family GP or school headteacher Six in ten are on first name terms with shop assistantLess than a third of us know first name of family GPQuarter of Brits even invited to store employee's wedding | UPDATED: 21:57 GMT, 9 November 2012 Britain’s love of shopping has thrust an unlikely group of people into the heart of our local communities. Where once we saw schoolteachers, the family GP and the local bobby on the beat as the pillars of the local community, new research shows that we now have stronger relationships with the people who work at our favourite stores.
Can you fall in love at 75 Screenwriter Sally Wainwright on how her mother's sweet late-life romance inspired her new drama | UPDATED: 22:31 GMT, 9 November 2012 My mother Dorothy isn’t someone who takes life lightly and she’s wary about anything improper. But eight years ago my sister put her on the website Friends Reunited and she got back in touch with a school friend called Alec