Rod Stewart’s daughter shares birthday snap with rocker and star’s ex-wife Rachel Hunter | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Sir Rod Stewart’s daughter Renee Stewart celebrated her 30th birthday last week and took to her Instagram stories to share a black and white photo with her mum, Rachel Hunter, rocker dad and brother Liam Stewart.

In the black and white photo, the four of them beamed at the camera as Renee placed her arm over her dad’s shoulder.

The former Sports Illustrated model celebrated daughter Renee’s 30th birthday with son Liam at a dinner for family and friends in Beverly Hills.

Renee told her Instagram followers: “Had the best time last week celebrating the lead up to my 30th. Thank you to everyone who made it so special. Last photo is me now currently sitting at home with Covid on my birthday. Thank you so much for the birthday wishes.”

Renee’s dad, veteran rocker Sir Rod couldn’t make the birthday dinner.

He was committed to performing for the Queen for her Platinum Jubilee outside Buckingham Palace last weekend, but the family is looking forward to coming together this Tuesday when Rockin’ Rod plays at the Hollywood Bowl.

‘Enshrined inequality’ Rev. Richard Coles hated monarchy until gesture from Princess Anne | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Reverend Richard Coles admitted he used to see the Royal Family as something which “enshrined inequality”. But when he met Princess Anne at a fundraising event, he soon changed his mind. 

The broadcaster revealed people might be surprised to learn how few clergymen of the Church of England actually support the monarchy. 

He explained that many argue monarchies are “human institutions” which “deny the equal dignity of all people made in the image of God”. 

When Reverend Richard was first ordained, that was also his belief.

But he was “converted” one day, not by a “blinding epiphany” or a “compelling argument” but a simple gesture from Princess Anne.

“The first is that it is, to use a word in vogue, relatable,” he wrote in The Guardian

“The historic identities of our countries, their politics and cultures, are encoded in the lives of these people, and in their stories we locate our own.”

He continued: “The second is the advantage of having a head of state who is not a party political creature.”  

Reverend Richard called it “immensely reassuring” that the Queen is politically neutral. 

He added that the Royal Family could also be “our best defence against the rise of tyrants”. 

Earlier this year, Richard announced he was retiring from the Church of England. 

He explained his reasoning was that churches were becoming more conservative and fundamentalist, meaning gay people like him were made to feel “unwelcome”.

Richard went on to compare the support received by Jake Daniels, the Blackpool FC footballer who recently publicly came out as gay, with the reception inside Anglicanism.

Angela Rippon, 77, on health fears despite fitness ‘Never know what’s around the corner’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

The BBC journalist recalled to something she did on the documentary that changed her perspective of dementia.

She said: “When I was making the documentary for the BBC about dementia, I was given the privilege of going to the national brain bank in Queens Square here in London and they allowed me with one of the clinicians to look at two brains that had been donated for research.

“One was a perfectly healthy brain and it was painted with fat, it was heavy and then next to it was a brain from someone who had died with dementia.

“When we sliced into the dementia brain, it was like having a slice of black lace because this was where the cells had died, there were just holes and they were not replenished.

“And that is what dementia is. It’s not just having a funny turn or being a bit forgetful.

“Dementia is a serious disease of the brain. It takes away someone’s personality. It doesn’t just take away their memory. It takes away so many other things.”

Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Action Week (16-22 May) is all about making sure people know what symptoms to look out for and have the confidence to take the first step and visit their GP. Visit for more information and support.

‘Could feel so ashamed’ Davina McCall says celebrities are ‘terrified’ of cancel culture | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Davina McCall has admitted that celebrities are “terrified” of “being cancelled” as she addressed the subject of cancel culture. Speaking in an unearthed interview, the Big Brother host, 54, shared her thoughts on the subject with Rylan Clark.

The star was quizzed by the X-Factor star about the effect that the culture has on celebrities.

Davina said: “It’s difficult in a different way. Everybody has an opinion.

“With cancel culture, and this is the new thing that I think celebrities or actors or anybody in the public eye is the most terrified of is this culture of.

“You say something and you get cancelled,” she added.

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The star went on: “I think that’s such an interesting thing.

“I go deep when I think about things and I was thinking, why is cancelling such a tough thing?” she said to Rylan on his Ry-Union podcast.

Davina went on to scrutinise societies lack of forgiveness, adding that often an apology isn’t enough anymore.

She explained: “If somebody says something and I think, that’s a celebrity that I have known for many years, one of the things that I think is really weird is hauling somebody over the coals for a tweet they made in 2011.

Back in March, the star took to social media to thank her follower for their support after the death of her father from Alzheimer’s disease earlier in the year.

The 77-year-old had been diagnosed with the deadly brain condition just six years earlier and finally, after a sudden bout of illness, he died at the start of March.

She told her 1.5milion followers: “Firstly I just want to thank you for all the support around the death of my dad,” she addressed fans in a quavering voice.

“I really felt it – thank you.”

Inside the Secret Early Life of Queen Elizabeth I

The Execution of Anne Boleyn

Tasked by the king with getting Anne out of the way, Cromwell came up with adultery. Five men, including Anne’s brother George Boleyn, were accused of having affairs with the queen. Anne, George and the others were tried and convicted of treason, and sentenced to death.

However, that wasn’t the grounds for annulment: The Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, who previously had to rationalize why Henry’s marriage to Catherine was void and his union with Anne was the real deal, thinly accepted the notion that the king’s previous affair with Anne’s sister, Mary Boleyn, meant the marriage to Anne was never legal.

Anne (her exact age unknown, but roughly 35) was executed at the Tower Green on May 19, 1536. Her daughter, Elizabeth, was 2 1/2 years old—and like her half-sister Mary, the child was also now illegitimate.

Henry went ahead and wed his mistress Jane Seymour on May 30. She got pregnant right away but died on Oct. 24, 1537, 12 days after giving birth to a son, Prince Edward. (Cranmer, also later executed, was one of the future king’s godfathers. His half-sister Elizabeth, 4, carried the baptismal oil at the christening.)

Too Hot to Handle’s Emily Miller Treated for Ectopic Pregnancy

What are the symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy?

Severe abdominal or pelvic pain, accompanied by vaginal bleeding, as well as extreme lightheadedness or fainting, per the Mayo Clinic.

“Thinking back, I definitely ignored the signs my body was trying to tell me early on about my ectopic pregnancy” Miller wrote. “I can only urge girls to get an early pregnancy scan just to be on the safe side to rule out any kind of potential problems…please don’t ignore your body, love to you all.”

What is the long-term prognosis—will it affect the chance of conceiving again?

Most patients who experience an ectopic pregnancy will achieve a successful pregnancy in the future, even if they’ve lost one fallopian tube during their treatment, according to the Mayo Clinic. However, there is a 10 percent risk that they will experience another ectopic pregnancy, and losing both tubes significantly lowers fertility.

An ectopic pregnancy also carries a big emotional toll. Amid her emergency surgery and following her pregnancy loss, Miller received support from her partner. Holmes, 24, shared a photo of himself cuddling Miller on his Instagram Story, writing, “Just wanted to say Thankyou so much for all your kind messages and support. Appreciate every single one of you.”

The Boys’ Jack Quaid Reacts to His Nude Scene in Season 3

(Warning: the below features spoilers for The Boys season three.)

The Boys just got a supersized trick up their sleeve.

In the June 10 episode of the Prime Video superhero series, Hughie (Jack Quaid) followed the lead of Billy (Karl Urban) by taking the untested temporary Compound V. Like Billy earlier this season, Hughie found himself with temporary powers, including the ability to teleport and super strength. This moment wasn’t just exciting for viewers at home, as Jack exclusively revealed to E! News that he was “so excited” by this new on-screen ability.

“The kid in me was just so excited to be in something where I got to be a superhero,” he shared. “[X-Men comic book character] Nightcrawler has always been one of my favorite superheroes. And so, the fact that I got to teleport was amazing.”

However, unlike Hughie, we’re not sure Nightcrawler found himself naked every time he teleported. “Didn’t come without a cost,” he quipped to E! “[Hughie] had to be naked, and so did I.”

While Jack thought it “was such a cool thing” to get, albeit brief, powers this season, he ultimately liked what this development did for the bigger story. “He’s been such a moral upright person, but what Compounded V does to him is make him feel that power,” he said. “And he realizes that he likes it.”

Donny Osmond’s wife rushed to singer’s aid after ‘terrible bout’ threatened star’s future | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

He said: “Michael [Jackson] and I talked about it a lot because we were compared back in the 70s a lot.

“And then he kind of left me in the dust in the 80s. But we would talk about this teen idol sensation that we were both going through.

“We were just two little teenagers loving going into the studio, recording hit records.”

Donny’s career hit a lull in the 80s following his success as a teen, while Michael’s soared with the release of Thriller.

But he explained the pair’s friendship continued to go from strength to strength.

Sandra Oh Reveals She Got “Very Sick” Over Grey’s Anatomy Fame

Sandra Oh may have played a doctor on Grey’s Anatomy but off-screen, the job was creating some serious health issues for the actress.

During a recent Variety “Actors on Actors” conversation, presented by Apple TV+, Oh reflected on the physical toll of being thrust into the spotlight amid the success of the ABC medical drama.

“Honestly, I got sick,” she shared with Squid Game actress Jung Ho-yeon. “I think my whole body was very, very sick. Even though you keep on working, but it’s just like, ‘Oh, I can’t sleep. Oh, my back hurts, I don’t know what’s wrong with my skin.”

While she didn’t have to deal with social media pressures the way today’s stars like Ho-yeon do, Sandra said her “life changed very much” when Grey’s Anatomy premiered in 2005.

“It’s tricky to imagine, because this is almost 20 years ago,” she continued. “So the context is very different, but the stress is the same, or the confusion is the same, When people are in extremely amazing, privileged, heavy responsibility positions like this—your personal health is, I think I realized, came first.”

Chris Evans Recalls “Nerve-wracking” Experience Getting Mobbed By Fans

And, well, it sounds like they kept true to their word when the Marvel actor headed back home.  

“A couple days later, we left Korea. I get back to the airport and, as I’m walking in, there was a van behind us,” Chris said. “Out of this van steps 25 to 30 giant, giant Korean men all wearing suits and then they stand in a circle around me, holding hands, and they’re walking me into the airport.” 

Chris then stood up, mimicking the way the men held hands around him as they carefully led him through the airport.

The only catch? “Not one fan showed up,” he hilariously revealed. “Nobody! I was all by myself walking. I was just like, ‘Oh my god.'”  

The actor explained that he tried to tell the bodyguards that he was alright, but they still led him “through security and into the gate” regardless.

He jokingly added, “They had a mission!”