The newsreader was on holiday with her children last year when a boat they were on board exploded.
From Natasha Kaplinsky to Georgia May Foote, many relationships have fallen apart (and new ones developed) since Strictly Come Dancing began in 2004. So much so, it’s been dubbed the “Strictly Curse”.
If you're in a relationship, 'Strictly' might not be the show to go on.
The former BBC newsreader has flown home to receive treatment.
Today, Monday 23rd May, the UK's Minister for International Development Justine Greening, Gordon Brown, and other influential figures will announce a new fund for education in emergencies at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. Save the Children is launching a new campaign at the summit to ensure that no refugee child, anywhere in the world, is out of school for more than a month.
The celebrities are ready and the stage is set for a brand new series of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. MORE 'STRICTLY': Revealed
Camilla Dallerup In her new book, part autobiography and part self-help manual, Camilla describes the agony she went through
Brendan Cole has responded to recent comments made by his ex-fiancée, Camilla Dallerup, about the breakdown of their relationship
While it’d be easy to think that the hardest thing about ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ is learning how to tell your Argentine Tango
Susanna Reid has been praised by fellow TV personality Natasha Kaplinsky for her presenting on ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain