Midsomer Murders star Fiona Dolman has revealed she has secretly split from her husband - and is now pregnant after a short-lived fling with a younger lover.
Peaches Geldof said she never planned the "crazy synchronicity" that saw her son born on her late mother's birthday on 24 April.
Apprentice winner Stella English said she is "ready to move on" after losing her high-profile constructive dismissal claim against Lord Sugar and plans to launch her own fashion label inspired by Victoria Beckham.
Apprentice star Karren Brady has revealed how a potentially fatal illness changed her life forever.
Simon Cowell has said he will have a more hands-on role on The X Factor as he considers it to be his "baby".
Splash! star Linda Barker said she was "astounded" by the reaction to her appearance on the diving show and admitted she had to be talked into wearing a bikini for the cameras.
Martine McCutcheon has thanked fans for their support after she was declared bankrupt.
Former Brookside star Claire Sweeney said she is "thrilled" after getting engaged to her toyboy fiance who is 14 years her junior and says the pair plan to tie the knot in the House of Lords.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell has told how she finds it frustrating to be stuck behind the judges' desk and she would prefer to be more "hands-on" as a judge.
Ann Summers tycoon Jacqueline Gold says the success of saucy literary hit 50 Shades of Grey has led to sales at her chain going through the roof.
Extinguish all rational thought. Abandon all hope that the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement will make the front pages this week. Stand aside, Leveson Inquiry and its fretful consequences. There’s a royal foetus out there and it’s instantly eclipsed all other news.
EastEnders star Rita Simons said she has been accused of abusing her deaf six-year-old daughter after deciding she should undergo an operation to enable her to hear.
Sanchez Manning on locals who want Quintessentially to pipe down
The mother of the late singer Amy Winehouse says that almost a year after her death the grief "doesn't get any easier".
How do you do the Jubilee on the radio? Is it actually possible to discuss the impending royal knees-up without archive films of trestle tables bisecting drab Seventies streets, and of the young monarch gamely watching "exotic" performances under a canopy in an unnamed African country, the Duke silently rolling his eyes in the background.
Michael Buble's womanising ways stemmed from "insecurity".