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    A party-loving teen gave birth to a surprise baby, after believing her stomach pains were period cramps.

    Charlotte Thomson, now 21, from Newcastle, had no idea she was pregnant, as she was having regular periods and was still fitting into her size 8 clothes.

    She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital.

    There, doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later.

    Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ‘My stomach was completely flat, and I’d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out.

    ‘I didn’t believe… Read the full story


    Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004hattiegladwellmetroPic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured in Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Northumberland in December 2015, moments after giving birth to her surprise baby, Molly, now two. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Surprise baby girl Molly, now two, pictured in January 2016 at just one month old. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, with her daughter Molly, now two. They are pictured in July 2016. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004hattiegladwellmetroPic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured before a night out in October 2015, unaware she was seven months pregnant. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, pictured in Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Northumberland in December 2015, moments after giving birth to her surprise baby, Molly, now two. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Surprise baby girl Molly, now two, pictured in January 2016 at just one month old. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - WOMAN HAS SURPRISE BABY DESPITE HAVING FLAT STOMACH AND REGULAR PERIODS - IN PIC - Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, with her daughter Molly, now two. They are pictured in July 2016. - A party-loving teen who was a slinky size 8 gave birth to a surprise baby ??? after believing her stomach pains were period cramps. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, of Newcastle upon Tyne, said she had no idea she was pregnant as she was having regular periods and could still squeeze into her figure-hugging dresses. She told how she was woken up in the night with excruciating stomach pains and she rushed to hospital. There doctors told her she was in labour and Charlotte gave birth to daughter Molly, now two, three hours later. Charlotte, a nursery nurse, says: ???My stomach was completely flat, and I???d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. ???I didn???t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth. ???It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. ???But I wouldn???t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.???...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004

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    Hang around outside Fashion Week venues long enough and you’re bound to come across bombastic styles that make you question all your sartorial choices.

    If you were lucky enough to be anywhere near Paris Fashion Week, you might’ve spotted Lola Sunshine.

    Wearing a trench coat, Valentino bag and Hermes foulard, Lola isn’t your average dog. Oh no, she’s the first ‘real-deal’ fashion dog, she says.

    Or, so the human typing the words on her blog says.

    That’s right, we have the first fashionista dog who’s regularly photographed on the streets of Paris and Milan. And of course, she has her own blog and Instagram for you to follow.

    Read the full story

    Little Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing trench coat, Valentino bag and Hermes foulard, is seen in the streets of ParisLittle Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing trench coat, Valentino bag and Hermes foulard, is seen in the streets of Parisfaimabakar1PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 05: Little Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing a dress inspired by Saint Laurent, is seen in the streets of Paris before the Giambattista Valli show during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2018/2019 on March 5, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images)PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 05: Fashion dog Little Lola Sunshine wears sunglasses, a fur coat, outside Giambattista Valli, during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2018/2019, on March 5, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)Little Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing trench coat, Valentino bag and Hermes foulard, is seen in the streets of ParisLittle Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing trench coat, Valentino bag and Hermes foulard, is seen in the streets of Parisfaimabakar1PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 05: Little Lola Sunshine the dog, wearing a dress inspired by Saint Laurent, is seen in the streets of Paris before the Giambattista Valli show during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2018/2019 on March 5, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images)PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 05: Fashion dog Little Lola Sunshine wears sunglasses, a fur coat, outside Giambattista Valli, during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2018/2019, on March 5, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

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    Bride-to-be Nicola Steele ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after undergoing freeze treatment to lose weight.

    She had undergone the treatment at the Vivo Clinic, a private clinic in Newcastle.

    Newcastle City Council’s public safety department has since launched an investigation to see what happened after Nicola complained.

    Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding.

    The clinic said a reaction to the treatment is rare but Nicola had signed a disclaimer to say she was aware that she could blister.

    Nicola disputed this and has been refunded the £399 cost of the fat-busting treatment.


    Bride-to-be left with 'painful blisters' on her stomach after freeze treatment to lose weightBride-to-be left with 'painful blisters' on her stomach after freeze treatment to lose weighthattiegladwellmetroThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in NewcastleThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in NewcastleThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele claims she was burned during a fat freeze treatment at a Newcastle clinicThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in NewcastleBride-to-be left with 'painful blisters' on her stomach after freeze treatment to lose weightBride-to-be left with 'painful blisters' on her stomach after freeze treatment to lose weighthattiegladwellmetroThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in NewcastleThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in NewcastleThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele claims she was burned during a fat freeze treatment at a Newcastle clinicThis is what happened to bride-to-be Nicola Steele after she had freeze treatment to lose weight. She said she ended up with a painful freeze burn on her stomach after going to a private clinic in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council?s public safety department has launched an investigation into what happened after Nicola complained. Now, she fears she will still have the mark for her wedding after the Lipo Freeze procedure carried out at the Vivo Clinic in Collingwood Street. Nicola Steele from South Shields who suffered burns to her tummy during a Lipo freeze procedure at Vivo Clinic in Newcastle

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    Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire (Picture: SWNS)

    A 64-year-old woman dubbed the ‘Graffiti Granny’ after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and says ‘everybody should have a go’.

    Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK, on a Channel 4 show called Village Of The Year.

    The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.

    ‘There should be a graffiti wall for everybody to go and play,’ said the married mum-of-two.

    ‘It’s great fun. It was just like I’m moving a fabric under a needle… Read the full story


    Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.hattiegladwellmetroMoira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.Moira Neal the Graffiti Granny at her house in Histon, Cambridgeshire. See SWNS story MNGRANNY.A 64-year-old woman dubbed the "Graffiti Granny" after swapping patch-quilting for spray cans is now hooked and said it's "everybody should have a go". Grandmother-of-two Moira Neal featured on national television when her antics saw her quaint village voted among the best in the UK. The self-employed patch-quilt artist and teacher now wants every village to have a dedicated space for graffiti.

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    ‘I can enjoy a night out, a good film, a long walk in the park. Shocking, but true’ (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    I have depression but I’m not always sitting here in floods of tears.

    Here I sit, in the midst of a particular dark period in my mind, and yet I’m not rocking back and forth, on the floor, in the corner of a darkened room.

    I’m not wearing a veil every time I leave my flat; I’m not reading reams of melancholy poetry from a window in an abandoned house somewhere bleak.

    In actual fact, even when things in my mind are terrible, I still manage to wear clothes… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Getty – Costa)

    It might be spring, but we’re certainly not in iced latte territory just yet.

    Costa could clearly sense that we’re still in the mood for something hot and sweet, and their spring menu reflects that.

    An old favourite for Costa lovers – the white hot chocolate – is back.

    Costa's new spring menu is here and the white hot chocolate is… <a href=Read the full story

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    (Picture: Ella Byworth)

    I truly believe that Dua Lipa’s New Rules are the only way for a woman to live her life.

    It’s 2018 and pandering to people who don’t care, only for them to show you at a later date that they really don’t care, is officially cancelled.

    Sometimes, though, the temptation to pick up the phone is just so strong (I’m sorry Dua) and we end up in a circle of making very bad decisions.

    I’m gonna come right out and say it, I make many of these bad decisions when I’d quite like to have sex with said person who doesn’t care.

    I know I’m not alone in this, and so… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Le Quoc Phong/Facebook)

    Vietnam is full of street vendors and food markets.

    But there’s one diminutive merchant who stands out from the rest.

    Dog is a three-year-old cat who’s been spotted down his local market a few times.

    Like any true businessman, Dog is always immaculately turned out, complete with hat and – when the occasion calls for it – John Lennon glasses.

    HIs human Le Quoc Phong says that when Dog isn’t flogging his wears (which, no doubt, he taste-tests to make sure it’s of the utmost quality), he loves ‘ice cream, travelling and sleeping’.

    He tells Bored Panda that Dog ‘also has a lot of girlfriends and a lot of children… Read the full story


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    **ILLUSTRATION REQUEST** What it's like to be a Fetish Pornstar (Amber Roberts - new)
    What’s it like to make your living from other people’s foot fetish? (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    It only takes a quick scroll through PornHub to realise that the world of sexual fetish encompasses a hell of a lot more than what Fifty Shades Of Grey has to offer.

    In fact, ReKink lists over 80 different kink terms. From Demons and Dungeons to Hairjobs (yes, hairjobs), there seems to be nothing our sick minds won’t fetishise.

    ILLUSTRATION REQUEST: Sex parties and fetish events around the world (Miranda Kane) Picture: Dave AndersonRead the full story

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    ‘Women should be able to make their own decision on whether or not to procreate’ (Picture: Erin Aniker)

    I don’t want children.

    Despite always having been quite clear about this, people keep telling me the same thing: ‘You’ll want them when you’re older.’

    Well, lo and behold, I’m 28 and yet my ovaries aren’t shouting after little ones to call my own.

    In fact, apart from my nieces and nephews, I avoid children.

    I’m not heartless, they’re sweet but also very demanding.

    The point isn’t whether or not I’ll want kids, because who really knows, but rather why the topic is up for discussion for anyone but myself and my future partner.

    Women should be able… Read the full story


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    If you ate a bowl of porridge without uploading it to the ‘gram, did you even have breakfast?

    Instagramming our meals is becoming part of everyday life.

    And that can be a great source of inspiration – particularly if you’re a minority group like celiac or vegan.

    But health influencers claim that this obsession with #foodporn does, however, have its drawbacks (aside from general FOMO).

    They claim that in a bid to make dishes look as beautiful and aspirational as possible, we’re adding unnecessary calories to our meals.

    That humdrum bowl of oats and honey might be enough in real life, but to make it Insta-worthy, you might start adding hunks of dark… Read the full story


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    Babies who resemble their dads at birth are healthier a year on, according to a new study.

    According to the research, that similarity encourages fathers who don’t live with their kids to spend 2.5 more days a month with them – because they’re confident that the child is actually theirs.

    That increased bonding time improves the overall health of the baby, decreasing potential exposure to harm and allowing for ‘greater parental time for caregiving and supervision and for information gathering about child health and economic needs’.

    The study says that newborns who look like their fathers are less likely to spend time in hospital or suffer from… Read the full story


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    Is there nothing Rihanna can’t do?

    First, she smashes the music industry, churning out hit after hit, and then she completely revolutionises the beauty game with her Fenty label.

    So it was only a matter of time before Ri-Ri got her claws into the fashion world.

    Rumour has it that Rihanna has a lingerie line on the way.

    TechStyle Fashion Group has reportedly struck a multi-million dollar deal with the singer to debut a range of intimates designed by Rihanna herself.

    And you know it’s going to be huge.


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    Cleanliness is so so important. Like, really important.

    Please just be clean.

    It’s important for all your relationships, not just romantic ones.

    But if you are going out with someone, showering regularly, brushing, flossing, wiping are all conducive to a healthy, loving, and intimate relationship.

    Not everyone is willing to put up with your unkempt and slobby behaviour as research shows it’s the number one deal breaker when it comes to dating.

    And if the relationship ticks all the other boxes then make sure you tell them if their gym socks are making your eyes water or they don’t wash their bottom enough.

    After all you don’t want to be the woman who… Read the full story


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    They say the best way to tour a city is to go with a local.

    We say the best way to tour a city is to go with a four-legged local, and Google Japan obviously agrees, as they now let you tour parts of the city of Odate from the point of view of…an Akita.

    Now, Odate is part of the Akita prefecture in Japan, and we all know what Akita is famous for, don’t we?

    Dogs. Dogs for days, mate.

    It’s the birthplace of the might adorable Akita breed – there’s even a bronze statue at Shibuya station of an Akita called Hachiko, who is famous for being a… Read the full story


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    ‘People who have high-functioning depression sometimes struggle to get the right help because their illness doesn’t seem to impinge on their daily life’ (Picture: MMUFFIN for Metro.co.uk)

    We all have a mental image of what depression looks like.

    Google the word, and you’ll find countless pictures of brooding, melancholic people curled up in bed with tear-stained faces, or gazing vacantly out of the window at the falling rain.

    But, for many of us, that’s not how depression looks.

    Instead it looks like neatly ironed clothes and immaculate make-up.

    It looks like working a nine-to-five job, taking the kids to their swimming lesson or meeting friends for drinks.

    This is high-functioning depression.

    Laura Peters, manager of… Read the full story


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    Oral sex can be embarrassing.

    What if you haven’t showered? What if your pubic hair is out of control? What if you’re just not ready?

    Well, one company believes that those anxieties shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a full and varied sex life and so have come up with the world’s first oral sex underwear line.

    Lorals is designed by women for women to get them more oral and – hopefully – more orgasms.

    The single-use pants are made from super-stretchy, ultra-thin, natural latex and are designed to as barely-there as possible so as not to hamper the experience.

    Yep, you actually… Read the full story


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    We might be telling kids to be healthy, but we’re still showering them with ‘treats’ (Picture: Getty)

    We all need to go on a diet, according to Public Health England.

    Restaurants, supermarkets and food producers need to cut portion sizes and calories.

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    It’s sound advice, but as a dad, I can’t help feeling Public Health England has missed a trick.

    Maybe the organisation was being polite and didn’t want to make a fuss, but us grown-ups are sending out a dreadful and confusing message to our children.

    I have noticed that wherever I… Read the full story


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    This is not a drill, a whole craft beer hotel is to open this summer.

    We’re not sure if BrewDog is just trying to make amends for their marketing disaster with ‘beer for girls’ (yawn) but they’re the brains behind it.

    The Scottish brewery was slammed after releasing a pink version of their popular Punk IPA, very originally called Pink IPA, ahead of International Women’s Day.

    On a much more positive note, they’ve now come up with the ‘world’s first crowdfunded craft… Read the full story


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    Would you look at that, hey? (Picture: Manbunie)

    Since the beginning of time, humans have been wrestling with function over fashion.

    Why should we sacrifice style when the temperature drops, huh? We are sassy, trendy beings, y’know?

    For years, men with hedgerow beards on their faces and little poo buns on their heads have had to brave the cold when winter hits, for no hat will cover that man bun.

    Until now.

    Enter the Manbunie.


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