News Kate Moss' long-awaited Playboy 60th Anniversary cover was unveiled online today

The British supermodel posed as the cover star for the men’s magazine’s 60th anniversary issue

Playboy Playmate Cassandra Lynn Hensley found dead at 34

The 34-year-old glamour model (not pictured) was reportedly discovered at a friend’s home in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

I’m sure Kate Moss doesn't care about posing for Playboy. But I do

I won’t attempt to shame her by saying her support and endorsement of Hugh Hefner’s vile empire is disgusting

Kate Moss’ Playboy cover revealed for 60th anniversary edition

The supermodel poses for the 60th anniversary of the men’s title

What the butler saw: Unpublished interview with Hugh Hefner's frustrated former butler claims to reveal all about life inside the Playboy mansion

Never-before seen interview conducted by Playboy’s rival magazine Penthouse in January 1985

Peter Stringfellow has hinted that he may 'take on' Nick Clegg at the next General Election in 2015

From poles to polls: Peter Stringfellow may take on Nick Clegg in next general election

Hint comes after Deputy Prime Minister said the nightclub owner did not deserve a state pension

Hugh Hefner's son Cooper

Playboy is art, not porn, says Hefner heir

Don't expect too many changes as the bunny empire boss's son prepares to take over

Wealthy LA residents ask wealthier neighbours to help fix potholes

Residents of the staggeringly wealthy Holmby Hills district of Los Angeles are so tired of driving over potholes that they have asked the city council of the equally plush Beverly Hills next door to annex their community in an effort to get them fixed.

Lindsay Lohan posed 'full frontal'

Lindsay Lohan reportedly went full frontal nude in her photo shoot for Playboy magazine.

The Homecoming, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

When Peter Hall founded the RSC in 1961, one of his guiding principles was that Shakespeare should be presented in dynamic, mutually illuminating relation to new playwrights. Harold Pinter was the linchpin of this policy. So, as the company celebrates its 50th birthday, it's fitting that it should programme a major revival of one the classic Pinter plays premiered under its auspices – even if the Swan Theatre, with its thrust stage and stacked, horse-shoe-shaped seating is an awkward space for such an intrinsically proscenium arch drama as The Homecoming (1965).

Katie Price predicts she'll have '12' husbands

Katie Price expects to have "12" husbands.

Charlene and Albert: Fairytale wedding or in at the deep end?

Charlene Wittstock will go from Olympic swimmer to princess when she marries Albert of Monaco tomorrow. But tales of a last-minute bolt suggest that life among the scandalous Grimaldis is no fairytale, says Alistair Dawber

Joan Smith: Bad luck, Hef – the bunny's hopped it

The jilting of the original Playboy

Crystal Harris unhappy with Hugh Hefner's womanising



Crystal Harris "didn't feel comfortable" knowing Hugh Hefner had other women in his life.

Hugh Hefner didn't expect split from Crystal

Hugh Hefner "didn't see" the break-up of his relationship with Crystal Harris coming.

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