Scarlett Johansson was once again spotted wearing a suspect band on her engagement ring finger.
Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have settled on a speedy divorce in a bid to keep their dirty laundry from being aired in public. According to the Daily Mail, documents were lodged with the High Court last week after the couple – estimated to be worth
Prince Charles, about to become a grandfather any day now, added to his cuddly credentials when he and his wife, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, met Doctor Who and some Daleks at the long-running British sci-fi series’ set in Wales. The images were irresistible: The Prince of Wales, the next king, and his wife, the next queen consort, grinning and posing next to a couple of Daleks, the mutant-cyborg creatures shaped like upside-down garbage cans that are among the many wacky foes of Doctor Who, celebrating its 50th anniversary at the show’s studio in Cardiff, Wales
A week after the arrival of their first child, Kimye engagement rumours are running rampant.
Astronomers have spotted an exotic planet that seems to be made of diamond racing around a tiny star in our galactic backyard. The new planet is far denser than any other known so far and consists largely of carbon. Because it is so dense, scientists calculate the carbon must be crystalline, so a large part […]
First comes love, then comes marriage bling, then comes marriage. Here’s what we know about Britney Spears’ bauble, as bequeathed to the newly engaged pop star by fiancé Jason Trawick (and speaking of rings, that certainly has a nice one to it)… We have confirmed that celeb favorite and jewelry designer extraordinaire Neil Lane designed […]
The image presaged no celebration: a child barely alive, a vulture so eager for carrion. Yet the photograph that epitomized Sudan’s famine would win Kevin Carter fame — and hopes for anchoring a career spent hounding the news, free- lancing in war zones, waiting anxiously for assignments amid dire finances, staying in the line of fire for that one great picture
Five hundred days of summer — plus one day of marriage.
Illegal diamond mining by Zimbabwean troops is leading to bloodshed and attacks against civilians, said a global watchdog group formed to cut the flow of so-called "blood diamonds." Residents and workers contributed accounts of attacks detailed by the interim findings of the Kimberley Process after a weeklong investigation in Zimbabwe. The probe started days after a Human Rights Watch report accused the nation’s armed forces of violently taking over the diamond fields in Marange district and killing about 200 people since last year.