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Where Paula Yates' daughter Tiger Lily is now as she makes music and enjoys Aussie life

23 years on since the tragic death of Paula Yates, Channel 4 has released a two-part documentary taking a closer look at the TV icon's life. Former Big Breakfast presenter Paula enjoyed a colourful career as a TV host and enjoyed high-profile relationships with both Bob Geldof and the late Michael Hutchence, who died in 1997. However, Paula tragically passed away in 2000 from an overdose, leaving behind four daughters - Fifi, Peaches and Pixie Geldof, who she shared with Bob, and her daughter with Michael, Tiger Lily Hutchence.

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Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss lead mourners at Vivienne Westwood's memorial
Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss have joined mourners at Dame Vivienne Westwood's memorial.The British fashion icon died on December 29 aged 81.A service was held at London's Southward Cathedral on Thursday (February 16) to celebrate her life and legacy with many A-list guests styling themselves in classic Westwood fashion.READ MORE: Victoria Beckham blown away by 'sweetest surprise' from daughter Harper SevenSpice Girls legend Victoria was pictured wearing a glam skin-tight black dress with a high neck and leg slit and hid her eyes with a pair of her signature designer sunglasses to attend the star-studded event.Supermodel Kate showed her respects at the service alongside her daughter Lila, who wore a red heart-shaped Vivienne Westwood bag.Masked Singer star Jonathan Ross stepped away from his regular outlandish looks seen on the ITV show and instead sported a casual look wearing a purple jumper, black jeans and a black coat.Christina Henricks was spotted wearing an outfit which gave a nod to Dame Vivienne as it featured a long, blue tartan coat with a stylish tie around the waist.Pop sensation Paloma Faith and actress Helena Bonham Carter also made an appearance to pay their respects to the late Vivienne.The Crown star Helena donned a red tartan dress with Changes hitmaker Paloma donned an eye-catching ensemble with a black cap and a pair of red, fluffy shoes.Model Sara Stockbridge was photographed in a black coat as she entered the cathedral.She donned a pair of brightly coloured socks and bright red heels in tribute to Vivienne.Stormzy, Sir Bob Geldof, Bez, Jaimie Winstone, Sadie Frost, Lily Cole, Elle Fanning, Lady Amelia Windsor and Beth Ditto were also spotted arriving.British Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also
Meghan Markle had 'authentic smile' when she spoke about 'very nice' UK return
Meghan Markle had an "authentic smile" on her face when she spoke about how "nice" it was to be back in the UK at the One Young World summit.The event saw the Duchess of Sussex make her first public speech in the UK since leaving the Royal Family back in 2020.As soon as they set foot on UK soil, they were spotted taking a train from London Euston to Manchester to attend the opening ceremony of the organisation which Meghan has been a Counsellor since 2014. READ MORE: Bob Geldof drops F-bomb in front of Harry and Meghan during One Young World speech Once there, the former Suits actress, who was wearing a striking red blouse and matching trousers, gave a speech about how much her life has changed and said it was nice to be back in the country.And she kicked things off by saying it was "very nice to be back in the UK".While tension around the pair seems to skyrocket whenever they touch down on British soil, body language expert Judi James claims that Meghan's smile was genuine when she spoke about her happy return.Speaking to the Daily Star, Judi said: "It was Meghan raising her hands high to clap the UK flags during the ceremony and it was Meghan telling her audience with an authentic smile how nice it was to be back in the UK."Judi also claimed that Meghan gave a "dramatic" speech about how her life has changed from being an actress on Suits to being a mum and wife."With several references to Archewell and her podcast from the host, Meghan took us through her small history as a counsellor," she added."Fluttering her eyelashes shyly as she described herself as just a ‘girl from Suits’, having to save her place card to prove she belonged there to a much more knowing smile and dramatic pause as she referenced her marriage
Bob Geldof drops F-bomb in front of Harry and Meghan during One Young World speech
Sir Bob Geldof dropped the F-bomb during his speech at One Young World – right in front of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.The legendary singer-songwriter attended the opening ceremony of the summit in Manchester tonight (September 5) and delivered a speech urging the younger generation to stand up against climate change.Standing at the podium in front of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the 70-year-old said: "We meet tonight at Manchester, thanks to Andy Burnham, who is one of the great mayors in this country.READ MORE: 'Ring of steel' security to protect Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during UK visit"But there's no deny that the joy we celebrated with all those flags with frankly the best soundtrack that One Young World has come up with in the 28,000 years that we've been doing with, finally catered to some different record other than Pink Floyd or whatever the f*** that is."Guests laughed as Sir Geldof continued his speech on humanity.Viewers later shared their thoughts on social media, with one saying: "Fantastic speech by Sir Bob Geldof.""Lots of passion from Bob Geldof who says systems created by his generation failed. Lots of applause too - next up Meghan!" a second wrote."Listening to Bob Geldof still makes my spine tingle, just like '84.
Big Breakfast Zig and Zag's backstage secrets – Bob Geldof link to 'puppet feud'
X Factor's Simon Cowell, Zig and Zag were unstoppable.READ NEXT: Denise Van Outen flirts with Love Island's Davide as she says he is 'nervous' around herThey even made a return to our screens recently for a cameo in The Big Breakfast reboot – but will they return for good?After Zig and Zag's surprise appearance, Daily Star decided to take a closer look at Zig and Zag behind the scenes.Over five years before Zig and Zag burst onto our TV screens on The Big Breakfast, the puppet duo already had a huge following in Ireland.The brothers made their debut in 1987 on RTE's Dempsey's Den – and became so popular that, in 1989, they won the TV Personality Of The Year Award.Zig and Zag were brought to life by puppeteers Mick O'Hara and Ciaran Morrison and remained on The Den until 1993, after a very famous star heard them on the radio and brought them to the UK.Boomtown Rats singer and Live Aid organiser Sir Bob Geldof was responsible for bringing Zig and Zag to the UK to appear on The Big Breakfast.Speaking to Chris Moyles on Radio X, Bob confirmed he was the person behind their introduction to the Channel 4 show, saying: "It was me."He also called their success one of his "most major achievements", with the duo going on to cause mayhem live on air alongside DJ Chris Evans in a segment called The Crunch.Speaking about the moment he first heard of Zig and Zag, he added: "Of course, they’re Irish, I mean those of you of a certain vintage – ie your vintage, Moyles – will remember them, but where I heard them was driving in the car in Dublin, on the radio.