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Reese Witherspoon parades her post-pregnancy figure in a retro swimsuit as baby Tennessee takes his first Hawaiian holiday
New motherhood is clearly agreeing with Reese Witherspoon.
The 36-year-old looked happy and glowing as she showed off her post-baby body on Tuesday while on holiday in Hawaii.
The Legally Blonde star displayed her curves as she walked along the shore in a retro-cut navy blue swimsuit and baseball cap.
Chinese model Fei Fei Sun makes history as the first Asian model to star on the cover of Italian Vogue
Vogue Italia has worked with Asian models before but never on the cover
Sun, 23, has also featured on the cover of i-D magazine
French Vogue was the first to put a Chinese model on its cover, using Du Juan in a 2011 edition
Neither UK nor U.S. Vogue has ever had a Chinese cover girl
She has starred in campaigns for Calvin Klein, Valentino and Diesel, as well as featuring on the covers of Chinese Vogue and Elle.
But now Chinese supermodel Fei Fei Sun can add pioneer to her lengthy CV.
The model has become the first Asian to feature on the cover of Vogue Italia - a groundbreaking development for the fashion glossy.
In the UK, Sun has been photographed for the cover of i-D magazine and has featured in fashion editorial in British Vogue.
Rapper The Game reveals impressive weight loss as he posts before and after pictures halfway through 60-day fitness blitz
Look who got a head start on his New Year's resolution!
Rapper The Game has vowed to get the body he's 'always wanted' in time for Valentine's Day and he tweeted a before/after picture Tuesday showing off his progress 30 days into his 60-day fitness regimen.
Pictured: The moment Sofia Vergara accidentally exposed her breast after New Year's Eve 'scuffle' in Miami club
Her New Year's Eve celebrations ended in some disarray when she and her fiancé Nick Loeb became embroiled in a scuffle at a Miami club.
And Modern Family star Sofia Vergara suffered even more embarrassment when she accidentally exposed her cleavage during the melee.
A new photograph shows the star being helped up from the ground, while her breast slips out of her plunging leather top.
Making Les Mis? It was sheer misery! Hugh Jackman starved himself of food AND water for his most gruelling role ever
Hugh Jackman is part-way through a gruelling, 12-hour working day on the film Les Miserables, which comes hard on the heels of an equally gruelling three-hour stint in the gym that began shortly after dawn.
He has barely eaten for 36 hours and hasn’t drunk anything, not even water, during this period.
Little wonder that the normally bright-eyed and smiling Australian, star of films Wolverine, Real Steel and Van Helsing and an accomplished musical theatre actor, looks gaunt, with hollow cheeks and sunken eyes.
'I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth but I spat it out': The world according to Kiera Chaplin
'I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth but I spat it out': The world according to Kiera Chaplin
I went for tea at my grandmother’s house and Michael Jackson was sitting there.
I was about seven years old and we lived next door to my grandmother, Oona. I went round one day and there was a helicopter in her garden. I went in to see her and Michael was sitting there. I was terrified because he was my absolute idol and I was actually holding my Michael Jackson doll. I couldn’t speak to him as I was such a fan. He was there because he was a fan of my grandfather Charlie Chaplin. He asked me to sit on his lap but I was too shy.
I presented Benny Hill with an award at a huge ceremony when I was nine.
It was a bit scary but Benny was a family friend so I had known him for most of my life. It was at the age where I was just realising that my grandfather was famous. We lived near a park called Chaplin Park and it had a huge statue of Charlie in the middle of it; I always wondered why and just assumed we owned it and had put the statue in there.
I was much cooler than Prince William when I was a kid.
I once met Princess Diana at a gala event when I had to present her with flowers. I was very young, at the age when all your teeth start falling out and I had hardly any top front teeth when I smiled at her. She bent down and said to me: ‘You’re very lucky. I have a son your age and he’s tucked up in bed fast asleep.’ I thought I was just unbelievably cool.
I may have been the fourth wealthiest Brit aged under 30, but I never talk about business.
It’s a rule for me. I was brought up never to discuss money and I stick to it. But what I will say is that I am tougher than I look and I get involved with a lot of things. The important thing is to have good people around you. I can be in a meeting with a lot of older men who may think I’m a soft option but then I know the moment to release my inner pit bull.
I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth but I spat it out.
I left home in Switzerland to go to Paris to try to become a model. My parents were very much against it but I was a little rebel, the naughty girl. It was very tough; I didn’t get any work for six months. Another model suggested I went to New York so I bought a plane ticket and within a week I was being booked constantly for jobs. I also enrolled in acting classes because I knew I needed something else to fall back on.
Jim Carrey and Ben Stiller still idolise my grandfather.
Jim Carrey owns an old camera that belonged to Charlie. I only know this because a friend of mine dated him and he has it in this special room and he is so proud of it. Ben Stiller once came up to me and said, ‘I love your grandfather.’ He was so serious, so earnest, because it clearly meant a lot to him. It used to make me feel strange but now I just feel proud that my granddad is still held so dear by people of all ages.
I appeared topless all over Paris.
I was holding a bull whip and the pictures were plastered all over the city. I guess it must have been a bit shocking. My dad happened to be in Paris at the time and I remember getting a call from him. He didn’t scream and shout. He took it quite well, considering.
I’ve always had a huge need to prove myself.
When I started modelling in New York I’d hear other girls whispering I’d got the job because of my name. What hurt most was I felt it was probably true. My most amazing moment was being chosen by Mario Testino. Someone asked me if it was my mother or my father who was the famous one. Mario asked what we were talking about and I explained about my grandfather. He said, ‘Wow. That’s amazing. I didn’t know.’ I was so happy because I knew there was no doubt he had just chosen me for me.
My big crush is Marilyn Manson.
He’s so clever and weird as well as dark and fascinating. He was a journalist before he was a rock star so he has opinions on everything and he’s definitely someone whose brain I would like to pick.
I thought I would never be able to hold my head up again after the drugs scandal.
I was 17 when I started dating a man who six years later set up a film company that I was the public face of. He was arrested because he had used the company as a front for drugs. I knew nothing about it and I was completely devastated. This was someone I had known and trusted and I had always thought I could read people so well. You never know in life when something completely unexpected is going to come and bite you in the ass. I decided to go off the radar for a year. It was a really good experience. I found out exactly who my true friends were.
I know so much about my grandfather, and so little about my great-grandfather (playwright Eugene O’Neill).
He was a recluse who hated children because they made a noise and all he ever wanted to do was write in silence. He wasn’t around when my grandmother was a little girl but he was furious when she began her relationship with Charlie. All of a sudden he had press on his doorstep and he accused her of trading off his name and dragging it into the gutter. I tried to get to know him through his plays. My favourite is Long Day’s Journey Into The Night because it seems the most autobiographical.
You have to do things that scare you.
Of all the things I’ve done, I’m most proud of producing a political Serbian film and appearing in a Bollywood movie. I loved the writer and the director – I agreed to do it for no money because I believed in it. The thing that terrifies me most is public speaking, so I do it when I can. I recently spoke before a huge crowd of film people in New York. You have to push yourself to grow.
Is Emma Watson set to walk out on college for Hollywood?
She has amassed a £10million fortune since being plucked from obscurity to play Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films.
But now actress Emma Watson has reached a career crossroads.
The 22-year-old has postponed her return to Brown University in the US, where she is taking a literature course, until next year so that she can pursue a number of new film projects.
It is the latest twist in a long-running saga that began when, amid rumours that she was being bullied, Emma announced in March 2011 that she was deferring her course after spending 18 months at the university in Rhode Island.
She has spent the past year happily studying at Oxford.
Now it has been revealed that although she is hoping to return to Brown in January, it will be four months later than originally planned.
There is even speculation that she might not return at all.
‘Emma is taking another term off from Brown,’ says a source.
‘She’s been inundated with film offers and has a number of movies coming up that she’s promoting. She feels that she has to choose a new path.’
The star, who was on holiday last week, is seeking inspiration in her quest for self-fulfilment from the bestselling book The Alchemist.
Taking a break from shooting her forthcoming film, a £130million retelling of the Biblical story Noah’s Ark starring Russell Crowe as Noah, Emma was seen reading the book while on holiday with her mother Jacqueline at the chic resort of East Hampton, near New York.
Sunbathing with just a towel wrapped around her, she did not seem at all troubled about her academic studies, appearing more concerned when she had to move to a secluded roof terrace to avoid being mobbed by fans.
Brown University yesterday confirmed Emma was on leave but said it was unable to comment on when she would return or how she would make up for a missed semester.
A spokesman for Emma said: ‘Her plan is to resume her studies in January in order to complete her last semester before graduation. Brown has been very flexible regarding her filming commitments.’
Keira Knightley's theatre of dreams: The stage is set for a stunning new take on Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina, the heroine of Leo Tolstoy’s 1873 masterpiece, has been played by some of the world’s most iconic actresses: Greta Garbo, Vivien Leigh, Marlene Dietrich and Ingrid Bergman.
This autumn, Britain’s Keira Knightley will join this roll-call in a production so lavish it puts her previous costume dramas in the shade.
The film is the latest collaboration between the 27-year-old Pirates Of The Caribbean star and director Joe Wright, a partnership that has resulted in Baftas and Oscar nominations for Pride & Prejudice and Atonement.
Original plans were for a period adaptation shot on location in Russia.
Then, just 12 weeks before filming, Wright made an audacious U-turn.
‘It was pretty radical,’ says Knightley. ‘We were going to St Petersburg and Moscow. Then all of a sudden I got a call from Joe asking, “Can you come round here please?”
'I live round the corner from him so he took me into his office and explained, “There’s been a bit of a change of plan.” He said, “It’s all set in a theatre now…” And the viewer watches the drama unfold as if sitting in the stalls.’
Anna Karenina, the story of an aristocratic wife and mother in 19th-century Russia who embarks on an all-consuming affair, is a largely British production.
Knightley is joined by Jude Law (unrecognisable as her elder-statesman husband Karenin) and Aaron Johnson (her passionate young lover Count Vronsky), while the film is produced by Tim Bevan of Working Title.
Sir Tom Stoppard was wooed to write the screenplay by the combination of Knightley and Tolstoy.
‘You need a clever actress to play Anna Karenina and Keira has very good instincts,’ says the 75-year-old playwright.
‘And she is extraordinarily beautiful.’
The result is a radical cinematic conceit that may divide critics.
‘What’s the point of doing a safe adaptation?’ asks Knightley.
‘If you’re going out you might as well go out with a bang.’
‘Anna Karenina’ is released on September 7
A real-life action hero! James McAvoy is still smiling after being hit by a taxi in a dramatic movie stunt
With their treasured good looks and expensive haircuts, meany Hollywood actors opt against performing their own stunts in movies.
But not real-life action hero James McAvoy, who filmed extremely dramatic scenes for his new movie, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, yesterday afternoon on location in New York City.
Following a physical fight with his on-screen wife, played by Jessica Chastain, the Scottish actor bravely acted out being hit by a taxi.
As the yellow cab plunged into him, he was dramatically thrown into the air, before crashing down again on the car's bonnet.
Despite sporting a prosthetic cut after performing the daring stunt, the 33-year-old star was all smiles as he wrapped filming the scene.
The movie takes it's title from the Beatles' song, Eleanor Rigby, which was written by Paul McCartney.
While James is clearly comfortable performing dramatic scenes, Jessica is also making herself feel at home on set in New York.
It's hotting up: Peter Andre soaks up the sun on an exotic holiday with new girlfriend Emily MacDonagh
They may have only been seeing each other for a matter of weeks, but it appears Peter Andre's romance with Emily MacDonagh is certainly hotting up.
The 39-year-old singer has whisked the medical student off on holiday to Cyprus, and they looked like the picture of love as they soaked up the sun together.
Evidently not letting criticism of their 15-year age gap get in the way of their happiness, the duo couldn't take their eyes off each other as they relaxed on a white cabana.
Emily, 23, showed off her flawless skin with minimal make-up, and let her long locks tumble around her shoulders.
The pretty brunette dressed casually in a sequin-embellished vest top and denim hotpants as she relaxed alongside her new boyfriend.
Meanwhile, Peter - the ex-husband of Katie Price - showcased his muscular arms in a white vest, which he paired with camel shorts and a straw trilby.
It would seem the loved-up couple are perfectly suited, as they seemed perfectly content in each other's company, and spent the afternoon laughing and joking together.
At one point, Emily tenderly leaned in to give the father-of-three a kiss on the shoulder, while he gazed lovingly into her eyes.
The Mysterious Girl hitmaker got to know Emily through her father, surgeon Dr Ruaraidh 'Ru' MacDonagh, who performed emergency surgery on Peter to remove kidney stones back in 2010.
Peter has already introduced Emily to a number of his close family members, and recently admitted he is 'really really happy' in his new relationship.
He said: 'A lot has been made of the age gap between us but she turns 23 this week and we don't even think about the age difference - it's irrelevant.
'I'm really, really happy and although it's very early days with Ems and we're just seeing how it goes, she's a beautiful girl and I'm loving spending time with her.'
Peter has been largely single since his 2009 split from ex-wife Katie Price.
He had a five-month romance with now-friend Elen Rivas - ex-fiancée of footballer Frank Lampard - last year, as well as a brief fling with glamour model Maddy Ford in 2010.
Some like it hot! Olivia Palermo dons a bikini as she steams up Spain with beau Johannes Huebl on Valentino's yacht
It is currently scorching in Spain at the moment as summer is in full swing.
But Olivia Palermo was raising temperatures even more over the weekend when she slipped into a grey strapless bikini.
The 26-year-old New York socialite showed off her slim figure in the tiny swimsuit while sunning herself with boyfriend Johannes Huebl on Valentino Garavani's luxurious yacht yesterday in Formentera.
'I’m enjoying a little vacation time!' she posted last week on her official website.
Olivia and the 30-something German model, also known as 'Joe Hotness,' have been together for four years and their relationship is clearly still going strong.
The loved-up pair looked relaxed and happy as they lay side by side on the 80-year-old Italian fashion designer's fancy boat sipping on Evian bottled water.
Johannes stripped off his pink button-up shirt once on the boat and stayed cool in a blue baseball cap, white t-shirt, and black swim trunks.
It helps to have friends in high places, and the Wilhelmina Model obviously has an 'in' with Valentino, having sat front row at his haute-couture show at Paris Fashion week just last month.
Palermo and Huebl have even mixed business with pleasure, having appeared in the autumn/winter 2010 campaigns for Tibi and Hogan together.
While on the yacht, the couple was joined by about four friends, including a distinguished grey-haired gentleman who snapped pictures of the brunette beauty after she had changed into a colourful shoulder-bearing dress.
'I confess -- I'm not that desperate fashionista. In the sense that I have always, as they say, played it safe -- cautious,' Palermo said in the August issue of Tatler.
The former jewellery designer said she was 'very glad' to be the brand ambassador for Carrera y Carrera because the accessories are 'the cherry on the cake anyway.'
In the Santiago Esteban-shot magazine spread the fashion maven dazzles in pieces by Elie Saab, John Galliano, Marni, Paco Rabanne, Miu Miu, Giorgio Armani, and more.
Aside from appearing on glamorous magazine covers like Elle Mexico, ASOS Magazine, Shop Til You Drop, and Marie Claire UK, Olivia has also served as guest judge on Project Runway, as well as Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model.
Relationships: Why we all need a Peter Pan friend
Fun if infuriating, a friend who refuses to grow up can jolt us out of our ‘staid’ adult lives like nothing else. Just don’t expect her to do the washing-up,
warns Anna Moore
I have a friend – we’ll call her Kate – who’s as infuriating as she is inspiring. She’s 48, and has acquired what are generally seen to be the symbols of adulthood – a job, a house, a husband – yet there’s nothing ‘adult’ about her.
Her physical appearance is one thing – her recently acquired tattoo, predilection for glittery hair bobbles and slogan T-shirts aren’t the typical 48-year-old look. Then there’s her social life (Kate’s the only friend I have who got repetitive strain injury from constant texting). She’s as socially networked as my teenage daughter – but unlike my teenage daughter, Kate actually manages to see her 500 Facebook friends on a regular basis.
Every evening she squeezes in at least three social events. She’s always late. She never sleeps. Her fridge is empty, her house is a mess and her car is littered with sweet wrappers. The stresses of life (debt, flooded kitchen, parking tickets) happen to her all the time but slide right off. Each time we meet, I come away feeling a shade more staid than I did the last time. And she’s five years older than me!
Most of us have at least one Peter Pan Friend (or PPF) – and in this era of ‘ageless living’, they’re on the rise across every age bracket. In her book Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly, journalist Catherine Mayer highlights the many factors that are combining to keep so many of us ‘young’. We marry and have children later, if at all, and buy our first homes later too. Longer life expectancy, better health and cosmetic procedures have all nudged 40 towards ‘the new 20’ and 60 to ‘the new 40’. Fashion-wise, almost anything goes.
She has periods when she isn’t working and is skint. She’s single lots of the time. None of this frightens her. If Sam can enjoy life without all the security we cling to, it makes us feel less vulnerable, a bit braver’
Age-appropriate boundaries have never been more blurred. But while column inches have focused on the Peter Pan Child (the one who never moves out) and Peter Pan Parent (Ab Fab’s Saffy and Edina captured it brilliantly), how do you cope with a Peter Pan Friend?
‘It’s like having an intergenerational friendship,’ says psychologist Irene Levine, author of Best Friends Forever. ‘There are lots of joys. That could include the boundless energy the Peter Pan Friend brings to the friendship, their sense of adventure and willingness to try new things. Their ability to see things through rose-tinted glasses. A PPF may encourage you to take risks and try things you’d never think of otherwise.’
This is certainly true for Rachel, 42, who has known her PPF since university. ‘Sam teaches English as a foreign language, moves from job to job, travels and has a small flat which she barely uses. Most of my friends are on a similar path to me. We tend to talk the boring stuff of life – parenting, school, mortgages, work. That means nothing to Sam, so when I’m with her it’s a complete escape. Our nights out always turn out to be eventful, gate-crashing something or sitting in a taxi at 3am with complete strangers. I couldn’t do it often but the memory keeps me smiling for weeks.’
PPFs can be valuable role models. ‘All of us have times when the walls are crumbling around us,’ says Rachel. ‘I was made redundant a few years ago. Another friend of ours divorced. Looking at Sam at times like that shores us up. She has periods when she isn’t working and is skint. She’s single lots of the time. None of this frightens her. If Sam can enjoy life without all the security we cling to, it makes us feel less vulnerable, a bit braver.’
For these reasons, Rachel forgives the many irritations that are part and parcel of their friendship. ‘Where do I start?’ she says. ‘The last time she stayed for a weekend, she didn’t get up until midday,
then walked around in her pyjamas until about 3pm. When she took a shower, she practically flooded the bathroom. In one respect, you’d never feel any pressure to tidy up before she comes, but she is shockingly thoughtless.’ Entertaining though she may be, the PPF can also be high-maintenance. She will drop by at the last minute and expect to be plied with food and wine (and you can forget any offer of help with the washing-up!).
‘By always regarding the “adult” as someone else, a PPF may overrely on a more responsible friend,’
warns Dr Levine. ‘If you enjoy that role, it isn’t a problem. If you start to feel burdened or abused, you need to set boundaries.’ In my own experience, a PPF is not the best person for discussing the big things in life either. Serious illness in the family. The death of a parent. When the worst happens, Kate is nowhere to be seen – and if you do run into her, her discomfort is tangible. She’ll talk about anything but. The serious stuff frightens her rigid.
‘Recognise that your friend has much to offer but also has limitations,’ advises Dr Levine. ‘Don’t expect them to “grow up”. Instead, you may have to change your own expectations.’
Christine Webber, therapist and author of Too Young to Get Old, believes that, for a viable friendship, a PPF also needs to show a proper degree of interest in and understanding of your own life. If she really hasn’t shaken off the egocentric, self-absorbed teenage stage, true friendship may be too much of a struggle.
'Lots of PPFs are legacy friends, people who share a treasured history. That can’t be replaced. You’ll have PPFs at every stage of life'
‘A real friendship is an exchange of love and ideas and chatter,’ she says. ‘If you’ve cooked her dinner, had a laugh, but she hasn’t even asked how you are, you may start to feel a bit drained and disaffected. Your third child isn’t settling at school, your mother is getting forgetful, you’re worried about your husband’s job – and she doesn’t know any of this. The gulf might just get a bit too
big to bridge.’
‘A key point,’ says Dr Levine, ‘is that the PPF needs to appreciate you for the person you are too. Perhaps you are more grounded, but you need to feel your friend values something special that you bring to her life as well.’
Where possible, though, a PPF is worth holding on to. For me, Kate is a constant reminder to lighten up. For Rachel, Sam is proof that middle age does not mean slippers and early nights. ‘It’s good to have friends who are different to us,’ says Dr Levine. ‘They broaden our perspectives and enrich our lives. Lots of PPFs are legacy friends, people who share a treasured history. That can’t be replaced.’
‘You’ll have PPFs at every stage of life,’ says Webber. ‘In your 60s and 70s, you’ll find plenty of people who are having lots of s*x and dating and who have no plans to let their hair go grey. A few PPFs can be a blessing. They keep you young.’
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