News Kate Moss posed naked in a series of publicity shots as part of her rumoured, six-figure sponsorship deal with St Tropez

Kate Moss' naked body boosted sales at PZ Cussons during the first half of the year as customers snapped up at St Tropez fake tans she advertises.

Tourists, bloody tourists

You're messy, you're badly dressed and you don't spend enough. You know who you are.

Fear stalks a rural paradise: 25 BRITISH DEATHS ... ONLY TWO SOLVED

SINCE 1977, 25 Britons have been murdered in France - but in only two of these cases have the killers been found.

The Joys Of Modern Life: 49. Royal Weddings

THE QUEEN'S youngest son is getting hitched. Like the Teletubbies, Sophie and Eddie "love each other very much". Big hug and pass the sick bag. It is far too easy to be cynical about the forthcoming royal nuptials. You might well be wondering why we have a Royal family at all. Yet it is precisely such an occasion that justifies their existence.

Film: Our favourite rohmer heroines

The Collector, 1966

Secretarial: The Tempo - Faking it...

I'VE TRIED to blend in, in a little black dress and discreet jewellery, but it's hard in Hennes and diamante when everyone else is in Hermes and discreet touches of real gold.

M'Lord of the dance

Sensation at the Royal Courts of Justice! Michael Flatley stars in a multi-million-pound production!

Flatley sued for pounds 10m by ex-manager

MICHAEL FLATLEY, the dancer, began his fight yesterday against a damages action for pounds 10m by his former manager, John Reid.

Is it worth it? Fake and fabulous

If your attempts at DIY tanning leave you streaky and frustrated, don't despair. Your friendly beautician is here to do it for you. That'll be pounds 74 thanks

Travel: Have you ever heard the one about ...

relives an old joke

PASSPORT: 'We were deported from Morocco because we were holding German passports'

Your papers, please Date of Birth: 27/12/61 Place of Birth: Reading Occupation: Company Director

Sidelines: Ten things that Spurs' David Ginola might be missing in his home village of Gassin this weekend

1 A stroll through the winding streets of this Provencal village, a former winner of the "Plus Beau Village de France" award.

Why are they famous? Jane Seymour

Main Claim: Bum-length hair, silly pronouncements and a raft of husbands. Queen of a now-grown-up Famous for Being Famous generation that includes Fiona Fullerton, Sandra Dickinson and Lorraine Chase, Jane has spent much of her time rabbiting on about romance while pulling off three divorces. Latest news is that she has a touch of dengue fever and she and her hair are in a Puerto Rican hospital.

Diana 1961-1997: The romance - Holidays, dinners, presents ... was this the real thing?

A window at Harrods leaves little doubt about the nature of the relationship between Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed.

Vive la difference

THEATRE : Suzanna Andler Minerva Studio Theatre, Chichester

People: Nip-and-tuck with the terrible twins growing appeal

"A chin implant," says Maurizio Viel when I ask him what he and his twin brother Roberto could do for me. Rather worryingly, he says this without even having to pause for a moment's thought. "And a nose job," he adds. "We could reduce your nose a bit, but not too much." So, not only is my chin too small, but my nose is too big as well. "And what about your ears?" There's no stopping Maurizio now. "Maybe we could just take them back a little bit," he says, grinning. Now I wish I'd never even asked.
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