Quotes: Brigitte Nielsen on having a baby at 54, Robbie and Ayda's new girl
"It seems like men in their sixties, seventies, eighties and even nineties, they have children and no-one raises an eyebrow."
Actress Brigitte Nielsen on Good Morning Britain discussing having a baby at the age of 54.
"It has been a very long and difficult path to get here, which is why we have kept it on the down low. Family comes in all forms."
Ayda Field reveals on Instagram that she and Robbie Williams have become parents to a baby girl via a surrogate.
"I feel celebrating a 50th is rather un-Python. We should be celebrating the 53rd or 51.5 year."
Michael Palin talks to the Press Association about plans to celebrate Monty Python's 50th anniversary.
"He has since sent me texts saying: 'You looked really hot today babe'. Not language he often uses, but I'm all for it. I reckon we'll reverse the Strictly curse. It may even end up Strictly marriage magic."
Newreader Kate Silverton writes in the Daily Mail about how her husband has reacted to her signing up for Strictly Come Dancing.
"I have recently discovered I get 40 per cent of what Stephen [Fry] used to get. And I get the same pay as Alan Davies, who is not the host. I temper this with the fact that I love the show and I'm the first woman to host such a show."
QI host Sandi Toksvig tells the Women's Equality Party conference how much she earns compared to the show's former host.
"Coleen has spent 50 years in show-business and 18 years as one of the most loved members of the Loose Women panel, and has never been subjected to such a horrifying torrent of online abuse or such a heartbreaking attack on her reputation."
A statement announces Coleen Nolan is taking a hiatus from all her work commitments, including Loose Women, after Kim Woodburn's controversial appearance on the show.
"I have always felt emotionally I was a bit more like a man, at least a stereotypical man, and I feel like I am a man that's growing and I feel like I am neither woman nor man and it fits perfectly with this year."
Rose McGowan on becoming the first woman to win the Inspiration prize at the GQ Men Of The Year awards.
"We talked about it but unfortunately it's not possible now. We were both into it but you never think about people dying."
Lenny Kravitz tells the Press Association he had planned to record music with Aretha Franklin before she died.