Mike Tindall has confirmed he and wife Zara are part of a WhatsApp group with younger members of the royal family which helps them to organise events and decide whether they should bring the kids.
It was reported that Prince Harry and Meghan informed their family members about the birth of their first son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, through the group which also includes Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Speaking to Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard, Mike revealed: "It's just so when you do try and set up something and get together, or if we are going to something that's the same - or if you are gonna go, are you gonna take the kids?"
After gaining 194 in the recent local elections, the Green Party is hoping to add to its three MEPs in the upcoming EU Parliamentary elections.
With the YouGov poll showing that the Liberal Democrats are picking up support from Labour and Green voters, can the Green Party succeed?
Sir Elton John performed a passionate duet with Taron Egerton at the premiere of Rocketman at Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night.
The singer-songwriter and the 29-year-old actor, who plays him, sang an emotional rendition of the movie's title song, after revealing he was 'moved to tears' by the audience's standing ovation to the biopic movie.
Elton took to the piano while Taron took the lead on the microphone, and the pair sang together before hugging each other on stage.
The upscale steak restaurant in Manchester took to Twitter to say they hoped the two diners had enjoyed their evening after being served a pricey bottle of 2001 Chateau le Pin Pomerol.
The diners had originally ordered £260 Bordeaux but received the bottle "of the same vintage" which comes with a hefty price tag of £4,500.
A spokesman for the restaurant said it was only after the bottle had already been opened, that they realised the mistake had been made.
Understandably, the member of staff who made the error was left "mortified" but the restaurant took the blunder in good spirits - urging him to "keep his chin up" before dismissing it as a "one-off mistake".
The parents who lost their daughter in the London Bridge attacks have spoken out following an inquest into the night of the attacks, which took place on June 3rd 2017.
Julie Willis, mother of Sara Zalenak, said she felt as though she was going to have a 'heart attack' when she found out her 21-year-old daughter had been killed in the terror attack, which left eight people dead and more injured.
Australian nanny Sara, who had been working as an au pair in London while travelling in Europe, had been due to meet her parents in Paris just weeks later on June 30th but never made the trip.
Speaking about the moment she found out her daughter was dead, Julia said: "I thought I was going to have a heart attack.
"I was actually on the plane with my seatbelt on and I couldn't breathe - I was just buckled over and I just went into shock.
She added: "They actually wanted to get it on the six o'clock news so we were actually one of the last ones to find out she had died, and it was really horrible circumstances. It was horrendous."
Speaking of their final Face Time call with her on the night of the attack, her mum said: "She was the happiest she'd ever been, she was doing all the things a 21-year-old should do.
"We were counting down the days to having a family holiday and spending time with her in Paris on the 30th of June."
Sara had been due to work on the night of the attacks but after being given the night off she decided to go to London Bridge on a night out with her friend.
Initially she was listed as a missing person, before DNA confirmed she was one of the eight victims who had died that night.
Now two years later, the grieving parents are back in London for a public inquest into the attacks.
Sara's stepfather Mark praised the Metropolitan police for their help to piece together the events of the night.
"We have a little more understanding about her movements that night," he said.
"The Metropolitan police have been incredible, we had them in our house last October and in April to share the information.
Mark added: "They shared everything to us prior to it becoming public in the courts.
"Working with the courts it's raw emotion again for us, but now that we've gone through that and Sara has been dealt with there is a little bit of closure for us."
Sara's parents have now set up a charity in her memory, called Sarz Sanctuary, which
provides support to those suffering from traumatic grief as a result of a sudden or violent death.
The non-for-profit organisation offer five-day wellness retreats for those grieving, in addition their Meet you in Paris annual bike ride - a seven day event which sees bikers ride from Borough Market to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Speaking about the charity, Julie said: "Sara can't die in vein, we need to find a positive out of what's happened here, and also support for the other seven families who were affected by that attack."
To find out more about Sarz Sanctuary, head over to https://sarz-sanctuary.org/
A new global survey has found adults in the UK get drunk more often than any other nation.
Britons said they get drunk on average 51.1 times throughout a 12-month period - which works out as nearly once a week.
In contrast, the average respondent said they got drunk just 33 times in the last year.
Our neighbours across the pond in America also came close with the average respondent citing 50 times a year, and 48 times a year for those in Canada.
The average binge-drinking session was much lower in countries such as Chile, where they only get drunk 16 times a year, and Germany where they admit to getting drunk 22 times a year.
Researchers based in London quizzed 5,670 people from England, 566 from Scotland and 120,000 people worldwide from 36 different countries between 29 October and 30 December last year.
The report did not include a breakdown of the number of people surveyed in Northern Ireland and Wales.
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Jeremy Kyle said he is utterly devastated in his first public statement since his show was axed following the death of his guest, Steve Dymond.
He said his thoughts and sympathies are with Steve's family and friends.
In the statement, Jeremy said: “Myself and the production team I have worked with for the last 14 years are all utterly devastated by the recent events. Our thoughts and sympathies are with Steve’s family and friends at this incredibly sad time.”