Megan Fox is teaching her eldest son to "be confident no matter what anyone else says", as he loves to wear skirts despite kids at school "laughing" at him.
Demi Moore wrote her memoir so she could "get to a place where [she's] okay to really be seen", because she no longer has to "protect" anything.
Kim Kardashian West "physically couldn't" use her hands due to psoriatic arthritis, as she admits she "freaked out" as her hands "hurt so badly".
Brad Pitt "just wanted to make sure nothing was going to happen further" when he threatened to kill Harvey Weinstein after he allegedly made unwanted sexual advances towards Gwyneth Paltrow.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, said she "can't believe" her eldest son Prince George is "six already" whilst visiting The Family Nurse Partnership.
Liam Payne has admitted he worries about the challenges his son Bear would have to face if he became a pop star like his father and mother Cheryl Tweedy.
OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Being overweight or obese is commonly associated with diabetes, but a new Kaiser Permanente study finds the connection differs widely by race or ethnicity. Members of racial and ethnic minority groups were much more likely to have diabetes or prediabetes at lower weights -- even at normal or below-normal body mass index (BMI), according to research published in Diabetes Care.
Written by show creator Julian Fellowes and directed by longtime TV veteran Michael Engler, watching the movie is like sharing a pot of Earl Grey with people you’ve known for years.