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Statue of Colin Firth emerging from the water as Mr. Darcy installed in London’s Hyde Park
It’s a 12-foot fibreglass recreation of the moment that made Firth a sex symbol, and you can swim right up to it! More here: natpo.st/1daTZnR

Statue of Colin Firth emerging from the water as Mr. Darcy installed in London’s Hyde Park

It’s a 12-foot fibreglass recreation of the moment that made Firth a sex symbol, and you can swim right up to it! More here: natpo.st/1daTZnR

Kate Middleton is pregnant, which means she’ll need a few things

In case you just woke up (or are living under a rock), it is our pleasure to inform you that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is officially pregnant with her first child! Exciting stuff, but as every new mother can tell you, pregnancy comes with trials, tribulations – and a shopping list. Below, we offer the Duchess a few of our favourite Canadian-made clothes and more for her bundle-of-joy to be, plus a few picks for Middleton herself. READ MORE HERE:  natpo.st/R1Ze4A

Kate Middleton got a haircut! Read all about it here: http://natpo.st/V38Wi1

Spice Girls to reunite for Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
In an Australian television appearance, Melanie Brown, otherwise known  as Mel B or “Scary” Spice, spilled the news. Speculations have been  swirling around about a potential reunion at the 2012 Olympics in  London, England, but when asked about the group, Brown told the host,  “Well, we do have the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee coming up. Did I really  say that?” Yes, you did, Mel B.

Spice Girls to reunite for Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

In an Australian television appearance, Melanie Brown, otherwise known as Mel B or “Scary” Spice, spilled the news. Speculations have been swirling around about a potential reunion at the 2012 Olympics in London, England, but when asked about the group, Brown told the host, “Well, we do have the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee coming up. Did I really say that?” Yes, you did, Mel B.

Film Review: The Iron Lady
She is Medusa with a head of auburn snakes shellacked into a helmet, but  somewhere beneath this follicular cement crown looms the elusive heart  of a human being — at least, that’s how Meryl Streep plays Margaret  Thatcher, the still-vilified former British prime minister who waltzed  with Ronald Reagan while the masses rioted in revolt. Illustration by Steve Murray

Film Review: The Iron Lady

She is Medusa with a head of auburn snakes shellacked into a helmet, but somewhere beneath this follicular cement crown looms the elusive heart of a human being — at least, that’s how Meryl Streep plays Margaret Thatcher, the still-vilified former British prime minister who waltzed with Ronald Reagan while the masses rioted in revolt. Illustration by Steve Murray