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Friday 27 November 2015
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Curve Ball: Let's make a leap of faith off the mark
Home comforts for Liverpool
O'Gara willing to bide his time
Navas hoping for favour from Sevilla
Koeman backing long to inspire saints for city
Rooney: We can still do it
TV & Radio
Seth Rogen on being guilty of the 'most blatant act of terrorism and war'
'It's tough to stay healthy on the go,' says Kathryn Thomas
Domhnall Gleeson admits he was 'tempted to steal light sabre' from Star Wars set
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly team up for dance special
'I still get money off my father' - TV3’s Sybil Mulcahy
Fans' delight as George Clooney pops in for sandwich at homeless cafe
It's Ascot darling....
Royals, racing and fab hats.
The fine fillies from Gloucestershire know how to make a statement with a hat.
This year's race goers have been issued with a strict dress code to prevent bare mid riffs, off the shoulder outfits, streaks from fake tan and mini skirts from entering the Royal Enclosure.
Young Princess Beatrice adds a touch of glamour to proceedings with this piece of head candy.
Even the queen has ditched her traditional pastel ensemble for something more modern.
Never one to miss a top hat moment, Prince Charles waves to the crowd.
Aside from royal watching, the main event takes place on the track.
The Duchess of Cornwall in a more traditional Ascot outfit.
Princess Eugenie wore and elegant outfit topped off with an eye-catching hat.