- CelebrityIn The Know
Woman divorces husband after noticing suspicious detail in photo of him: 'Most ridiculous lie I've ever heard'
A woman took to TikTok to share the shocking way she claims to have caught her significant other cheating.
- CelebrityThe Independent
Photographer Arthur Edwards has been capturing images of the royal family for 44 years
- CelebrityCoconuts KL
Did the royals get Sinopharm vaccines from the UAE? Malaysians want to know. This article, Pressure weighs on Malaysia’s royal family over vaccine allegations, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
- NewsYahoo News UK
Police say a woman was raped by a group of men in a park in Wythenshawe, Manchester.
Charlotte and George were spending their pocket money.
- StyleCoconuts Singapore
They dressed up. He’s dressing them down. This article, Please don’t look at this savage mockery of Singapore celebs’ terrible outfits – unless you do., originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
It is arguably one of the best photographs ever to have been taken of the Duchess of Cambridge. Capturing not only the sombre mood of the occasion but also the steely determination of a family in mourning, Kate’s sorrowful green eyes stared straight down the lens as she was pictured arriving at Windsor Castle for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on Saturday. Taken by Getty photographer Chris Jackson, who is married to the Duchess’s stylist Natasha Archer, the extraordinary image revealed the steady yet serious gaze of a Royal whose decade in the monarchy has been characterised by quiet confidence and calm self-composure. Resplendent in the Queen’s pearls, even behind a black face mask, the 39-year-old mother of three managed to exude both style and substance as she was thrust back into the spotlight for her first major Royal event since that Oprah Winfrey interview. Despite having effectively been thrown under a bus by the Duchess of Sussex’s suggestion that she had made her cry during a bridesmaid’s dress fitting – and not the other way round – it was Kate who was the first in the 30-strong congregation to engage Prince Harry in polite conversation following the 3pm ceremony at St George’s Chapel. Having repeatedly looked over at her brother-in-law, seated opposite, during the 50-minute service while both William, 38, and Harry, 36, buried their heads in their orders of service, the woman once cruelly dubbed “Waity Katie” showed just how much she shares what Prince Philip once described as the Queen’s “abundance of tolerance”.