Kate and Prince William’s household confirmed the Duchess will mark a personal first in December, when she will host a charity Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey. Sharing the exciting news, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Twitter account wrote: “This Christmas
Not content with her head-turning bottom half, the mother-of-two added a bright orange top. The long-sleeved get-up featured black detailing on the neckline and arms, further emphasising her envy-inducing body. Carol finished off her look by wearing her blonde tresses down in
BBC Breakfast was presented by Dan Walker and Nina Warhurst on Tuesday morning, but this fact seemed to slip the mind of weather reporter Carol Kirkwood. The meteorologist was forced to apologise after she forgot who was hosting the show alongside Dan.
Nina replied while laughing along: “I won’t take it personally…” However, Dan objected to Carol’s comment, cheekily hitting back: “Hold on a minute, you told me you were my biggest fan!” Carol giggled and reassured Strictly Come Dancing star Dan: “I’m your
Dan also paid tribute to Carol on BBC Breakfast, telling co-star Sally Nugent: “Carol Kirkwood was there. “Just before we started, I had a little glance over and I saw a huge grin right on the front row.” As he showed his
Carol Kirkwood, 59, took to Twitter today to share her woes with her 213,300 followers. The BBC Breakfast weather presenter admitted that she was having “one of those mornings”. The Scottish star posted a series of tweets to give some insight into
Tonight, nine new campmates will enter the Gwrych Castle in Wales. Celebrities taking part include; David Ginola, Arlene Phillips, Frankie Bridge, Richard Madeley, Matty Lee, Naughty Boy, Snoochie Shy, Danny Miller, Kadeena Cox, Louise Minchin and DJ Locksmith, who is on standby.
She attended the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool for the event, which was merely a few miles away from the Liverpool Women’s Hospital that was targeted by a bomber one day later in a suspected terrorist attack. Carol had previously received treatment at another nearby children’s
CAROL VORDERMAN looked fantastic as she slipped into a skin-tight leather dress to attend the Football For Change gala.
On Saturday night, Dan and Nadiya performed the American Smooth to King Of The Road by the Proclaimers. As they concluded their dance, their fellow colleagues gave Dan a standing ovation as he shouted: “Get in!” Head judge Shirley Ballas also gave