Today is World Mental Health Day to raise awareness and support about mental health issues and for those who need it and to encourage all of us to talk more about what can be done to improve access to mental health resources and care. Please visit the World Health Organisation website for more information on how you can help yourself and others. Here’s Prince Harry today speaking with kids at St Ann’s Nottingham about managing their mental health both at home and at school: 


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Oprah is on the cover of the new issue of PEOPLE and she talks about having no regrets about not having children – and it’s the thing I relate to most with Oprah. People put that on you, you know? When you tell them you’ve decided to not have kids, they nod but you can tell, there’s a look of sympathy that flashes across their faces because they think one day you’ll be so sad, that you’ll want to go back and do it all over again. Oprah, clearly, isn’t sad, at least not about that. (Dlisted)

Kate Moss’s daughter, Lila Moss, is the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty and the eyeliner flick that’s happening in this photo is A+. (Cele|bitchy) 

Keira Knightley stepped out in a white dress and she looks like an angel and a cloud and I love this look so much – the piece seems light and soft and the sleeves are so pretty and it’s a perfect length on her and I’m obsessed with these gold velvet 70s style sandals. (Go Fug Yourself) 

I know, I know. The internet is so often trash. And that’s such a shame because the internet is also SO creative. This is the best thing I’ve heard today on the internet: Cardi B doing Star Wars sounds. Amazing, right? Here’s an idea. Can Cardi B please replace that famewhore of a droid BB-8? R2-D2 for life! Artoo and Cardi would be such great BBFs, non? Spin-off! (Pajiba) 

Many of you have emailed me about the Coleen Rooney/ Rebekah Vardy situation that became on the best Twitter moments of the year yesterday. Why? It’s not just because one person called out the other. It was Coleen’s investigative patience in setting the trap and waiting it out and timing the drop; it was her use of social media, to its full – and terrifying – potential. Sarah Manavis has a great take on this and why people who don’t give a sh-t about English football stars and their families were so into the drama yesterday: because that’s what we don’t talk about where social media is concerned – people aren’t spending all their time on social media posting. Most of the time is spent on Instagram is in the back alley. (NewStatesman)