She never has a fashion fail!
Holly Willoughby looked fantastic as she attended Royal Ascot.
The This Morning presenter posed for a photo before attending the event with her husband Dan Baldwin as he was dressed in a dapper suit and she was dressed in a cream dress with black pattern on the front.
Wearing some classy black heels and hat the presenter looked amazing for the event.
A man has been detained outside Buckingham Palace after he was spotted roaming around the mall just 36 hours after the Manchester terror attack.
A police spokesperson has said:
“At about 10:40hrs on Wednesday, 24 May patrolling offices detained and searched a man in The Mall, SW1.
“A knife was recovered and the man was arrested on suspicion of a possession of an offensive weapon. He has been taken into custody at a central London police station.”
We shall keep you posted on this story when we know more.
He’s had his demons in the past but it seems he brought them along to Buckingham Palace as Robbie Williams has confessed that he took drugs while he was at the palace.
Robbie Williams has said that when he was performing at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert in 2012 he was being naughty behind the scenes after he was asked if he had ever been sick at the palace.
‘Threw up in Buckingham Palace? No, I smoked a spliff in Buckingham Palace.”
He’s so naughty!
You would have thought that someone would have smelt it and catched him out.
Just talk about far too much information.
Steve Jones has admitted to the Mailonline that he and his wife Phylicia had sex in the toilets of Buckingham Palace!
Steve admitted while he was filming Through The Keyhole, that he got down and dirty in the toilets of the Royle family house after show presenter Keith Lemon asked him about the most famous house he has even been in.
‘Steve, who’s the most famous house you’ve been in?’
To what Steve replied:
Then Keith asked why he was at the palace and Jones replied:
‘For like a charity thing, I took my wife with me and we had sex in the bathroom.’
Keith then replied to Steve and asked it it was true and Steve nodded his head yes.
In the past Steve has had a string of celebrities as he has been linked to Fearne Cotton, Halle Berry and Pamela Anderson.
The BBC have caused a big media storm as it lead to people thinking that the Queen had passed away.
A spoof on Twitter BBC news account sent people into a panic after announcing her death on Thursday evening.
This has caused such drama that Buckingham Palace have been formed to admit that it’s all rumors and she is still alive.
The account was a fake account what only had over a thousand followers when the real BBC news account has over seven million.
Seeing all the tweets one person wrote:
Buckingham Palace Confirms The Queen Is Not Dead After BBC Cause Media Storm
Phillip Schofield has been left stunned after a positive tweet about Children In Need last night turned into a battleground.
‘An astonishing total for #ChildrenInNeed £46+ million is incredible… Sir Terry would be so proud.’
Seeing the tweet one of his follower replied and started to talk about how much it’s going to cost the UK taxpayer to do up Buckingham Palace after years of rusting on the outside of the house what’s going to cost £369million.
The Twitter user called Rhona Welsh replied to the tweet and said:
‘@Schofe Meanwhile taxpayer doing up house of richest woman (#42 Billion) in the World whilst disabled allowances slashed! #Getreal (sic).’
This started a war with people not talking about how well Children In Need did to raise all that money but with people complaining about the Queen’s renovation.
‘@Schofe all this in the day where Buck Palace is getting a 359 mill face lift !!! #joke #noneedforcharity’
Looking through his mentions phillip was left outstanded with all the tweets he received back as he replied:
‘bit of a blinkered view I’m afraid! A) she doesn’t live there, it’s an office, B) we own it c) biggest tourist attraction in London (sic).’
Then Phill tweeted today and said:
‘So bored with my twitter Mentions, it’s like the comments section of an online paper, populated mostly by the perpetually angry and outraged’
‘I post a positive tweet about the amazing Children in Need total and get flooded by moaners, I read less and less these days sadly.’
To be fair some people really do need to get out more!
Phill was just tweeting something nice about CIN and it got turned to talking about other topics.