The streets of Ely in Cambridgeshire were brought to a standstill as crowds gathered to watch a re-enactment of the QUEEN’S WEDDING for upcoming Netflix drama The Crown.
Queen Elizabeth II, played by actress Claire Foy, was seen stepping out of a gold horse-drawn carriage and entering Ely Cathedral, which is doubling for Westminster Abbey in the 10-episode series. Crowds lined the streets to watch as the momentous occasion from November 20, 1947 was carefully reconstructed in the Fenland city.
Supermodel Lily Cole has DYED her trademark natural red hair for the first time.
The 22-year-old, who is known for her firey orange locks, was spotted with dark BROWN hair after returning for the new term at Cambridge University.
Lily, whose combination of porcelain skin and red hair initially captivated talent scouts when she was just 14, was seen hiding her new hairstyle under a bright orange hat.
The Beckhams have been spotted PUNTING on the River Cam in Cambridge.
David and Victoria Beckham took their children on a punting trip along the famous Cambridge University Backs for a Bank Holiday family outing. David, who has just celebrated his 40th birthday, was spotted in one punt with his three boys, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz and Victoria was seen in a second punt cuddling Harper.
Comedienne Jennifer Saunders has made her first public appearance at a charity event since ditching her wig.
The Absolutely Fabulous star, who has won her battle against breast cancer, showed off her new short blonde hairstyle as she started the Chariots of Fire race in Cambridge.
The 52-year-old has been throught eight months of gruelling chemotherapy and radiotherapy since discovering a lump in her breast.
Supermodel Lily Cole returned to Cambridge University for her graduation ceremony – a week after scoring a double first class degree.
Lily paraded from King’s College to the historic Senate House to receive her degree certificate, with her proud mum there to watch.
She wore her black graduation gown as she walked in procession with around 100 students from the college, where she has studied for the last three years.
Comedian David Walliams has been spotted filming a sketch for Comic Relief with Catherine Tate and Professor Stephen Hawking.
The actor was seen dressed as the character Lou from Little Britain, who looks after wheelchair-bound Andy, played by Matt Lucas, in the series.
But this time Matt Lucas was replaced by Professor Hawking in the comedy sketch, which is due to be broadcast on Red Nose Day.
Jordan turned up to her book signing with her two youngest kids in tow.
Like many other working mums the 31-year-old model seemed to be struggling with childcare during half term week.
Single mum Jordan, whose divorce from Peter Andre was finalised last week, couldn’t seem to find anyone to look after Junior, 3 and Princess Tiaamii, 2.
Supermodel Lily Cole chatted away on her mobile as she left lectures after her first week back at Cambridge University.
The 21-year-old looked like she was back in the swing of student life just a week after attending the glitzy premiere of her latest film.
The redhead was wrapped up warm for her second year studying History of Art at the prestigious university in a fluffy white bobble hat, mittens and scarf.
Glamour model Katie Price WON a high brow debate at the historic Cambridge Union.
The 33-year-old admitted she was not very good at speaking and looked nervous at the start as she gave her 10 minute speech in front of 800 Cambridge University students.
But despite forgetting her lines, the former page three model, who was debating the issue of female success and ambition, beat the opposing team and got a loud cheer from the audience.
Katie was part of a team opposing the motion: 'This house believes the only limit to female success is female ambition' and clashed with Boris Johnson’s younger sister Rachel, 47, editor of The Lady, who was on the other side.
Another Top Gear stunt went wrong after the BBC car show tried to attach a caravan to an airship and it crashed into a field near a busy road.
The bright orange airship, which was carrying presenter James May, was meant to land on a cricket pitch in the picturesque village of Eltisley, Cambs.
Professor Stephen Hawking may lose his famous computerised American VOICE. The world’s most famous physicist has been told to switch to new voice technology as his speech has now slowed to just ONE WORD a minute.
The Cambridge University professor is losing the use of nerves in his cheek which allow him to communicate by computer through an infrared sensor mounted inside his mouth. But Hawking is said to be reluctant to give up his world-renowned electronic voice he has had for 35 years.
“His speech has got slower and slower and on a bad day he can only manage about one word a minute,” said Judith Croasdell, his personal assistant. “We think it may be because of the deterioration in his check muscle. We are looking to improve the situation and he needs to test out new technology.”
Pop princess Kylie has become Dr Minogue after receiving an honorary degree for her work promoting breast cancer awareness.
Kylie, 43, was diagnosed with the disease in 2005 and had surgery and chemotherapy before getting the all-clear a year later.
She received an honorary Doctor of Health Science award from Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, Essex, at a special ceremony.
She has just become a pensioner but actress Olivia Newton-John still sees herself as Sandy, the character which shot her to fame in hit film Grease 30 years ago.
Olivia may have just turned 60, but with long blonde hair, a sparkling smile and healthy tan, she certainly looks every bit the same as when she starred opposite John Travolta in those famous skin tight trousers.
Novelist Jeffrey Archer ran by courageous wife Mary's side at a charity race as she made her first public appearance since overcoming a potentially fatal form of bladder cancer.
The former politician was NOT registered in the race but wanted to be by his wife's side as she bravely ran 1.7 miles just FIVE MONTHS after undergoing major surgery to have the diseased organ removed.
Out of sight of the judges, Lord Archer sneakily joined the race 200 metres after the start and pulled out 100 metres before the finish so he could support Dr Archer in the famous Chariots of Fire relay race.