Is Anna Friel utterly in love? The British actress wore a striking heart-shaped hat made of colourful flowers and veil by London-based milliner Victoria Grant for the Glorious Goodwood at Goodwood Racecourse, Chichester
Actress Anna Friel and royal Zara Phillips join the coterie of chic female attendants at Glorious Goodwood. Anna Friel (pictured) wore a striking heart-shaped hat and veil by London-based milliner Victoria Grant

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‘Ed Sullivan said I was a flash in the pan. He was right’: McKenzie (centre) with The Mamas & the Papas in 1967

Scott McKenzie: Singer best known for his Summer of Love anthem for San Francisco

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Zara Phillips proudly wears her silver medal

I messed up and cost us the gold, says tearful Zara

It remains 40 years since Great Britain won gold for eventing but there has been no need for Baddiel and Skinner to write a song about it. Far from being years of hurt, they have been four rich decades of achievement in equestrianism, to which yesterday's silver in the team event added further distinction. It was a fifth runners-up finish in the team event during that time, and an improvement too on the bronze of four years ago.

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Zara Phillips, on High Kingdom, competes in the cross-country section yesterday

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Cross-country heroics push home team up to second as three-day event nears climax

Mark Cavendish pronounced 'not my fault' after his failure at the men's road race

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Zara Phillips, phone in hand, on Toytown, who won’t be joining her at the Olympics

Zara's good prospects are not for dummies

Don't mention the Family – it's strictly Games business only for Phillips as she prepares to ride in the Olympics at last. Tom Peck joins the Royal eventer on a walk in the park

The Queen leaves the Christmas service at Sandringham

If Prince Philip can't come to us on Christmas Day ...

The Royal Family interrupted their traditional Christmas Day schedule yesterday to visit the Duke of Edinburgh in hospital as he recovered from emergency heart surgery.

Mike Tindall’s appeal should have been dismissed out of hand

RFU fiasco goes on as Tindall rejoins England squad

Mike Tindall, whose drunken antics during the early stages of the recent World Cup in New Zealand were a significant factor in the collapse of the England campaign, was last night reinstated to the elite squad by the Rugby Football Union's outgoing chief executive Martyn Thomas, whose decision will be widely seen as the latest blow struck in Twickenham's increasingly destructive committee-room conflict. The England centre also finds himself £10,000 better off, having had a £25,000 fine cut by two-fifths on appeal.

Sarah Sands: Changing-room rage averted by shoppers' serenity

There are a few things from which celebrity cannot protect you. They include parking tickets and taking a restricted number of garments into shop changing rooms. Zara Phillips does not need to shoplift, but then neither do many shoplifters. Last week she was stopped from carrying too many Superdry items into a changing room. I don't quite understand why she needed to try anything on, since the only point is the name of the brand and, in the end, a T-shirt is just a T-shirt.

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There was breeze aplenty in the Solent as the main prize of the day, the New York Yacht Club Challenge Cup went to Robert Condon and Simon Shaw’s Ker 40 Marinetti and Niklas Zennström’s 72-foot Rán again got the better the American George David’s 100-foor Rambler on handicap.

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