Their wedding was as good a clue as any. As the pews on the right hand side of the quire at St George’s Chapel filled with members of the Royal family, a very different crowd took their seats opposite. There was a Grand Slam champion, a fashion designer, a couple of Clooneys, someone called “Silver Tree” (it doesn’t get much more Hollywood than that), oh, and Oprah. The rest of the chapel, meanwhile, seemed to be filled with more former hosts of the Brit Awards than Old Etonians.
When I was diagnosed with cancer, my world turned upside down in an instant. I had been feeling really tired and had had terrible back pain. But I put that down to turning 40, working full-time, commuting from my home in St Albans to London and having energetic four-year-old twins.
Now feels like the time to make a list of things we will definitely not be doing in 2020 and would advise others not to do. Such as:
"It all got eviscerated because of what happened," the accused rapist and former movie mogul complained in a new interview.
God, I love this country. There we were on Thursday afternoon with a sick dread roiling around our stomachs. The worst butterflies since exam results. Clutching at straws – or straw polls anyway. Unable to sleep peacefully until all was well on Friday morning (it’s going to be alright, isn’t it?) Pictures on the news of Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband made you nostalgic for a time when a Labour victory might mean you’d be a bit sad not downright terrified.
It’s happening! Following the huge success of our Stella Live event earlier this year, we are thrilled to announce we’re doing it all over again – and we can’t wait!
I walked out on my marriage to Graham* in 2013. We had three sons, Harry, Robert and Luke, then 12, 11 and nine; I also have a son, Simon, who’s 30, from a previous marriage. Graham was controlling, at times physically, and I simply couldn’t live with him any more.
According to new research, women are trying to establish equality on the dating scene, whilst men are more old-fashioned.
Her parents had left early to arrive at the venue, but were in a car crash which meant they were delayed.
For the past 18 months, The Telegraph has been pushing to close the funding gap for female entrepreneurs in Britain. Our Women Mean Business campaign has been supported by business leaders, MPs and academics concerned that a great opportunity for British economic advancement was being missed.
Samantha Cameron has suggested that her fashion label could sell more clothes if her husband was more popular.