Pippa Middleton and her new husband James Matthews have travelled thousands of miles to a remote Polynesian island for their honeymoon.
Sheen admits assaulting wife
Charlie Sheen won't go to jail for assaulting his wife on Christmas Day because he's off to rehab instead.
The actor's done a deal with prosecutors in Colorado which means he'll spend 30 days in a clinic and another 30 on probation.
The actor was charged with felony menacing, misdemeanor third degree assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief.
Sheen had faced up to three years behind bars if he had been convicted on all charges. In exchange for pleading guilty to misdemeanor third degree assault, the charges of menacing and of criminal mischief were dropped.
Under a plea agreement Sheen agreed he will go on three months probation once he has completed his 30 days in rehab. During this time he cannot consume any drugs, other than prescription medication, and cannot drink an excessive amount of alcohol.
The 44-year-old was quiet through much of the court proceeding. When asked how he pleaded, Sheen said: "Guilty as charged, your honor."
The actor's legal troubles have had little effect on his popularity. Audiences for Two and a Half Men have remained high and this year Sheen negotiated a deal with CBS that took his pay to a reported £1.13 million per episode.
Comedian Vic Reeves will make his life "complete" when he appears on the long-running soap Coronation Street.
Comedian and TV presenter Michael Barrymore begins his High Court fight against Essex Police today seeking a possible £2.5m in compensation.
Bill Cosby has returned to court as selection begins for the jurors who will decide whether he is guilty of sexual assault.
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