Meghan Markle’s ‘hugely significant’ change revealed during royal tour of South Africa

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently a few days into their ten-day royal tour of Southern Africa and yesterday afternoon, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor made his first official appearance.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex was seen introducing their son to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, an anti-apartheid campaigner yesterday.   Today Royal Correspondent Katie Nicholl spoke […]

Michael McIntyre net worth: How much is the hugely successful comedian actually worth?

Michael Macintyre first appeared on the British comedy circuit almost 20 years ago in 1999. Born in 1976 in Merton, West London, Michael actually first appeared on British TV screens at the tender age of 13, where he was in the audiences of the BBC One Saturday morning show Going Live! Where he appeared on camera […]

Prince Harry says Meghan Markle is ‘hugely excited’ to join royal family

Prince Harry has made a heartfelt speech at the Commonwealth Youth Forum in London, where he said he was “incredibly grateful” that the “woman I am about to marry” will be joining him in his new job as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. The 33-year-old praised his bride-to-be Meghan Markle, 36, and said she was “hugely excited” […]

The Price of Distraction Is Hugely Beyond Your Imagination

People get sidetracked by irrelevant websites and unproductive tasks occasionally. Have you ever stopped to wonder exactly how much these distractions cost us? The amount of time and money we fritter away will blow your mind. According to McKinsey, high-skilled workers spend a staggering 28% of their working hours reading and replying to e-mail messages.[1] […]

Great British Bake Off viewers rage as show brings back HUGELY controversial element

The festive edition kicked off with hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig announced that the first task would be completing a Baked Alaska Tart.  The bake in question has not been seen on the cooking competition since 2014, when #bingate caused a national panic. Iain Watters famously presented a bin to judges Paul Hollywood and […]

Distractions can be hugely destructive or personally beneficial — but it depends how you use them

Alex Segre/Shutterstock Is distraction a curse or a blessing? Not giving full attention to what we should be doing makes us miss deadlines, fail classes, and crash into other drivers. Distraction certainly has a price. Nonetheless, we love our distractions! Social media, spectator sports, movies, books, TV shows, the news, video games — what would […]