Professional book reviewers and reviewers alike love this title and say it's their "top recommendation for the summer."
The Queen's annual birthday celebration was held in Windsor this year. Trooping the Colour—the annual celebration of the Queen's official birth (yes, she has two)—was held in Windsor this weekend. The event, which includes a parade and appearances by members of the royal family, is usually held at Buckingham Palace, where the senior members of the royal family typically gather on the balcony for one of their largest group appearances of the year.
The members of the royal family have hobbies and skills just like us. Meghan Markle's first children's book, "The Bench," comes out today.
We could look at pictures of Marylin Monroe reading books all day.
The actor, who is gay, celebrated Pride with a steamy underwear shot.
Margaret Cho, 52, says she often feels like she doesn’t fit into the traditional parameters of the LGBTQ community.
The actress responded to WW's fitness tracker update, which counts sex as exercise.
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The English star was a vision in yellow Versace.
The pair talked about a shared passion — early childhood development — and "could have kept going for hours!"
"My boobs grew," the model wrote in reference to the 30 year difference.
From TVs and headphones to robot vacs and curling irons, these deals are not to be missed.
The women of "Red Table Talk" explored the ancient practice of vaginal steaming this week. Here's what an expert thinks of the ancient practice
"I hope to make a vow to express my gratitude for all the things you do. All the times you’ve held me up and carried me when I didn’t think I’d be able to."
Maya Forstater won her appeal of the decision, celebrating with a tweet noting, “We won!” which was promptly retweeted by Rowling.
The mom-to-be has had a tough pregnancy.
"It's about digitally altering your body and enhancing your body in ways that dieting and plastic surgery can't even do for you."
Leyna Bloom is the first transgender woman of color to appear in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition. She talks about representation and being the first.
The 33-year-old model is hairy and unbothered.
Newsflash: Not all mothers' bodies look alike.