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

John Walsh: What I learnt at the Playboy Club

The Slutwalk business has had repercussions. Men and women have been squaring up to each other all over the place. At a literary salon on Saturday night, a young woman whom I'd never met before waved her cigarette at me and said: "Why do you wear all those rings? Are you gay or something?" to which I replied, "No, I just like personal adornment."

Hugh Hefner plans wedding movie night

Hugh Hefner will watch 'Runaway Bride' on what was supposed to be his wedding day.

My Secret Life: Shaggy, pop star, 42

My parents were... My mum is a rough-necked Jamaican, who would throw their shoe at you in two minutes and bust yo' ass. A very stern Jamaican mum. My father, I didn't know very much.

Hugh Hefner: ''I am still very romantic. Being in love completes me'

I was very conservative as a teenager I was raised in a Puritan home and I was planning to get married to a girl from high-school, once we graduated. But right before we tied the knot, she had an affair. It was devastating for me; she had been the only person I'd had sex with and it doomed the marriage.

Holly Madison would pose for Playboy again

Holly Madison would consider posing for Playboy again.

A night to remember for Colin Firth – a night to forget for Ricky Gervais

As one British star used the Golden Globes to bolster his reputation for charm and dignity, another was intent on pricking as many egos as possible.

Hefner to turn Playboy into private firm again

Hugh Hefner, the octogenarian lothario who founded Playboy magazine in 1953, is taking his business empire back into private ownership, in a deal which values the soft porn company at $207m (£172m). Frustrated that his company's prospects no longer excite stock market investors, Mr Hefner, 84, has teamed up with a Michigan-based private equity firm to buy the minority of the company's shares that he does not own.

Julie Burchill: No wonder the nuclear family goes into meltdown after Christmas

Don't care much for families. I adored my mum and dad, but to be honest I don't miss them much now they're dead. I was a rubbish mother myself, but I certainly can't put that down to bad parenting – it was all my own work. And the horror stories I've heard over the years about various friends' vicious run-ins with brothers, mothers, sisters and assorted related misters makes me miss what Dodie Smith called "the dear octopus" not one jot – especially at this time of the year.

Harriet Walker: Stop feeling guilty about having fun

For those paralysed by shame and self-loathing at the number of chocolates eaten this holiday, a cautionary tale: Donna Simpson of New Jersey consumed 30,000 calories during her Christmas lunch, including two turkeys, two glazed hams and three litres of gravy. Her aim is to one day weigh 70 stone.

Leading article: Love, actually?

What does an age gap of a couple of decades matter when love strikes? The news that the founder of Playboy, Hugh Hefner, intends to wed a woman six decades his junior will bring a smile to some people's lips.

You're only as old as the woman you feel

And in the case of 84-year-old Hugh Hefner, that's 24 – the age of his latest wife-to-be

Tony Edwards: Entrepreneur who managed Deep Purple, Toyah Willcox and Johnny Clegg

One of the most successful British rock bands of all time, with worldwide sales of over 100 million albums, Deep Purple wouldn't have existed or lasted without the guidance, the foresight and the finance provided by Tony Edwards, who managed them between 1967 and 1976.

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