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From weddings, to Carpool Karaoke's, from royal births to water on Mars… it's been a phenomenal year! Take a look back at some of the year's most interesting events.
The Royal Family became just that little bit bigger this year with the birth of Princess Charlotte. Will and Kate had a beautiful baby girl that will grow up alongside her big brother George. Adorable! Picture: PA
2015 was the year we met Caitlyn Jenner for the first time. Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner revealed her true identity to the world via an emotional interview and photoshoot with Vanity Fair magazine. The front cover was shot by iconic photographer Annie Leibowitz. Picture: Courtesy of Vanity Fair
The Blood Moon Eclipse was a lot more beautiful than it sounded! Capturing the attention of millions across the world hoping to witness a rare astronomical phenomenon, the Blood Moon was not visible until the early hours of the morning for us in the UK. But those who stayed up late were rewarded with a magnified view of the moon drenched in a bloody red tinge. Picture: PA
The Rugby World Cup was an incredible prospect for the country, the thought that England could win as the host nation was a tantalising thought! Unfortunately we weren't quite so lucky. However, one of the highlights for rugby fans was witnessing the New Zealander, Sonny Bill Williams, greet a young fan and hand over his winners medal shortly after the final. Picture: Youtube
This was a big one for us here at Heart. Two of our favourite people came together for a joyous and emotional ten minutes and suddenly the world just seemed to make sense. If you haven't seen the clip already, it comes with a guarantee to put a smile on your face. Picture: Youtube
In 2015 we sadly lost our favourite match-maker, Cilla Black had a string of hits through the 1960s before her iconic career as a TV Presenter. Picture: PA
NASA reported the existence of water on Mars this year. The Mars Rover made the discovery which consequently promotes the idea of life living on other planets! Picture: PA
The singer's been absent from the charts for years, as she took a well earned break to have her baby boy. However, the 'Hello' singer is back with vengeance and her new album '25' and upcoming tour.
Declan Donnelly Wedded his beautiful bride Ali Astall in 2015. The couple looked radiant in a marriage surrounded by celebrity friends and family. Naturally, Ant McPartlin was by his side throughout the ceremony as his best man. Picture: PA
For the first time in history, the Women's and the Reserve's Boat Races were all held on the Tideway, the stretch of water previously only utilised by the Men's Crews. In 2015 the Women's Race was won by Oxford by a clear margin PA
Ireland made history by becoming the first country to legalise Same-Sex Marriage by popular vote. The vast majority of the population voted in favour of legalisation in a historic day that was a massive blow against discrimination. Picture: PA
On the 9th September, Queen Elizabeth II became Britain's longest reigning monarch. She surpassed the record set by her iconic great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, who held the throne for 63 years, seven months and two days! Picture: PA
The Kenyan-born British athlete led Sky Team to win the Tour de France earlier this year. Froome had previously won the Tour in 2013 and was firm favourite for 2015. Let's see if he can do it for a successive year in 2016! Picture: PA
Christopher Lee passed away at the grand age of 93 this year. The actor and WWII veteran had a career that spanned almost 70 years. His most celebrated roles include that of Dracula, Francisco Scaramanga in 'The Man with the Golden Gun', Saruman within the 'Lord of the Rings' films, amongst many others. Picture: PA
England won the five-test Ashes series 3-2. Joe Root and Stuart Broad lead the way for England to regain the Ashes from the Aussies. Picture: PA
The Magna Carta was originally completed in 1215. It defined the right of the Monarch and the rights of those below the monarch, it was essentially the backbone of our political and legal systems here in Britain. Picture: PA
Michael Keaton plays protagonist and struggling actor Riggan in the arty. Naomi Watts, Zach Galifianakis and Emma Stone also star in the hit movie.
Ethel Lang was the last person in Britain to be born under the reign of Queen Victorian. She sadly passed away at the age of 114, which means that she was born in 1900! Britain's oldest person is now Gladys Hooper who is 112, a relative youngster. Picture: PA
Friends star Jennifer Aniston married director/screenwriter Justin Theroux. This gorgeous couple wedded in August at a private ceremony at their Bel Air mansion, surrounded by stars such as Ellen DeGeneres and Jimmy Kimmel. We wish them both the very best! Picture: PA
The 57-year-old fell off the stage at the Brit Awards ceremony in spectacular fashion after her cape got trapped under hear. Luckily the Queen of pop wasn't hurt and got straight back up again like a trooper.
The actor best known for his role as Spock in the Star Trek series alongside William Shatner's Captain Kirk died in February this year. Sci-fi fans around the world united in sadness and together muttered the words: 'Live Long and Prosper'. Picture: PA
The singer was joined by Missy Elliot during the high energy filled performance. Picture: Barcroft