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Was 2023 an all-time low for Harry and Meghan?

So, what does 2024 have in store for Harry and Meghan? Firstly, we can expect to see the duke back on home turf in January. His claim against News Group Newspapers, the publisher of the Sun, for alleged unlawful information gathering, is due to be heard at the High Court. He is also suing Associated Newspapers, the publishers of the Daily Mail, the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, along with Sir Elton John, Liz Hurley and Sadie Frost.

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Ellie Leach says ‘I’m so much more confident in myself now’ since Strictly began

“I think I’ve become more of like a yes person, whereas before I was a bit of a no person because kind of that fear of the unknown being scared and stuff…I think I’ve really thrown myself into this experience and been like ‘You know what Vito, you’re a professional – if you trust me to do this, then why not’.”

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Doctor Who: The Giggle on BBC One review – David Tennant’s ‘finale’ may well be the best ever hour of the show

Turns out that back in the day, 1925 in Soho to be precise, when John Logie Baird invented the TV, the first image he recorded was the head of a ventriloquist’s dummy (actually true, Stooky Bill, was his name, and yes Stooky was as spooky looking in real life; what was Baird thinking? Sick man, with all due respect).

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Lynn Goldsmith – the legendary photographer on documenting Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness tour

Though she’s perhaps best known for her celebrity portraits, Goldsmith has had a richly varied creative career since the Seventies, turning her hand to everything from fine art to poetry. As her musical alter-ego Will Powers, she once collaborated with Todd Rundgren, Tom Bailey, Carly Simon, Nile Rodgers and Sting on a 1983 satirical self-help album; her photography spans from fine art and celebrity portraiture, to photojournalism for the National Geographic and the New Yorker, and shots of ‘the ordinary man”.