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Royal on the Run: Princess Beatrice Crosses the Finish Line at 5K Charity Race

Royal on the Run: Princess Beatrice Crosses the Finish Line at 5K Charity Race
Princess Beatrice was on the run on Saturday — for a good cause.

The 28-year-old royal was one of the 500 female runners participating in the Lady Garden 5K in London’s Hyde Park.

The event was in support of the Silent No More Gynaecological Cancer Fund, which calls for women all over the country to get involved and raise funds and awareness for gynaecological cancers.

The princess was snapped crossing the finish line, wearing a pink workout top, black leggings, and grey sneakers. Her hair pulled back in a pony tail, Beatrice also tied her black hoodie around her waist to
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Cara Delevingne's "Lady Garden"

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Sneak Peek new revealing images, plus footage of actress/model Cara Delevingne aka 'Enchantress' in the comic book feature "Suicide Squad", promoting awareness for the UK-based "Lady Garden" campaign:

"...'Lady Garden' is a campaign by a group of British women on a mission to change the future of female cancers. Why? Because right now these cancers are nicknamed the silent killers.

"There are many reasons for this but a massive one is – You. Yes, you! And your best friend, your sister, Mum and Auntie – all too embarrassed to talk about your bodies. Our recent research revealed that over a third of women are too embarrassed to go to the doctor with gynaecological concerns – let alone talk to a friend..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Cara Delevingne for "Lady Garden"...
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Cara Delevingne Exposes Her ‘Lady Garden’ For The Sunday Times

Cara Delevingne is ditching her underwear for a good cause. The model-turned-actress covers the latest issue of the Sunday Times Style’s magazine wearing a Lady Garden sweatshirt and a sunflower as censorship. “I am so happy with this cover & thrilled to be helping raise awareness for a cause that is so important,” Delevingne captioned […]
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Cara Delevingne Participates In Lady Garden 5K Run For Cancer Fund

Cara Delevingne took part in the Lady Garden fundraising 5K in Battersea Park in London over the weekend. Cara Delevingne 5K Delevingne hit the pavement Saturday to run a 5K in support of the Silent No More Gynecological Cancer Fund. Sporting blue track pants and a gray sweatshirt emblazoned with Lady Garden, Delevingne joined her […]

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Drifters

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Drifters is a brand new six-part comedy series coming to E4 this autumn, about three best friends living in Leeds who’ve graduated, had a year out and are struggling to find a job that doesn't suck, a place to live that is half decent and a boyfriend they actually like.

Initially billed as a female Inbetweeners, the show explores the very funny, very humiliating experiences of Meg, her eccentric cousin Bunny and their friend Laura, as they discover that life might just be a bit tougher than they had imagined…

From demeaning Promotions jobs complete with mad outfits (well, have you ever dressed as a mobile phone to pay the rent?) to pursuing the men of their dreams - yet dating the men of their nightmares - the girls face #Fml-worthy disasters in both their work and personal lives.

Comedy writer and actress Jessica Knappett (represented by United Agents
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Underwire Film Festival 2012: Celebrating Women’s Short Films In The UK

Ever the supporter of upcoming film-makers and festivals, Thn want to guide you in the direction of Underwire, the UK’s only short film festival dedicated to showcasing the raw cinematic talents of women. They’ve just announced the programme for their third annual festival, that runs 20th – 24th November at the fantastic Ritzy Cinema in Brixton, London.

It’s set to feature an eclectic mix of genres, themes and aesthetic styles across ten programmes, plus the festival welcomes two new award categories this year for Best Sound Designer and Best Actor. These ten craft awards aim to recognise outstanding female film practitioners working in the UK today.

Highlights from this year’s festival include The Art of Science, sponsored by the Wellcome Trust – a programme of weird and wonderful biomedical shorts, made by women, followed by a discussion and drinks with scientists; Loco presents Live Wire, a night of live and filmed comedy,
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Stewart Lee causes Fringe rumpus, while Us standup causes outrage

Edinburgh corporatisation is the new hot topic, while American comic Dane Cook courts controversy by joking about the Aurora shootings – plus your take on the week's comedy events

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Hot on the heels of Stewart Lee's broadside against the state of the Edinburgh Fringe in The Guardian, more reasons to be cheerless for the corporate comedy industry: Us standup Patton Oswalt used his keynote speech at Montreal's Just for Laughs festival to tell them: "We don't need you."The comic used his address to claim that technology has dramatically reduced the power of TV execs and agents, who could no longer act as gatekeepers. "Our careers no longer depend on people in plush offices dishing out luck," he said. Standups are in charge of their own creativity and productivity.

"If you try to control this wildness," Oswalt told his industry audience, "then we'll just walk away – no hard feelings.
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