Life and Style Hair to the throne: Actor John Hurt

It has not been, we must report, a vintage year for facial hair. The prize for the annual Beard of the Year has had to be shared between The Choir's Gareth Malone, actor John Hurt and rugby player Geoff Parling.

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photos of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun

850 complain to PCC over The Sun's Prince Harry naked photos

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photographs of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun.

Spotted: Laura Trott and Jason Kenny share a kiss

Team GB cycling gold medallists in tandem: Laura Trott and Jason Kenny confirm relationship

Double Olympic champion cyclists Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are an item, she confirmed today.

There has been widespread speculation about the couple possibly starting a family

Prince William celebrates 30th birthday

The man who once was among the world's most eligible bachelors has turned 30 — but things are not so bad for Prince William as he celebrates his birthday with family and friends.

Gary Barlow tops singles chart with official Diamond Jubilee song

Gary Barlow and his Commonwealth Band have leapt to the top of the chart this week with Jubilee anthem Sing.

People's National Party leader Portia Simpson Miller (2nd-L) takes the oath of office in January

Jamaican PM talks of severing ties with British monarchy as Prince Harry prepares to visit

The Jamaican Prime Minister has reiterated her belief that the country should break its ties with the British monarchy.

Wild about Harry: the soldier prince’s occasional scrapes help his image

Paul Vallely: There's something about Harry

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Video: Prince Harry filmed dancing in Croatia

Prince Harry dances around and jumps into party pool whilst on holiday in Croatia.

Prince Harry 'shocked' by riots

Prince Harry went walkabout on the precinct in Salford today, and spoke of his "shock and outrage" at the violence suffered by police during last week's riots in the city.

Caught & Social: Prince Harry’s in the fast lane

While his brother and new sister-in-law were busy hobnobbing with some of Hollywood’s hottest talent, Prince Harry was making the most of being allowed to wander where he pleased at the British Grand Prix.

Caught & Social: Models line up for Prince Harry

It appears that he has another model admirer in the form of actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

Prince Harry 'dating underwear model'

Prince Harry has a new girlfriend.

Prince Harry 'cleared for Afghanistan posting'

Prince Harry has been cleared to be redeployed to Afghanistan and could return next year, it was reported today.

Prince Harry heads back to Afghanistan

Prince Harry has been cleared to be redeployed to Afghanistan after he completes his training next year, it was reported last night.

Royal newlyweds set for Kensington Palace move

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move into a home at Kensington Palace in the coming weeks, St James's Palace said.

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