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Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro

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    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)
    Two women caring for their baby son illustrations (Lesbimums)

    Having worked as a nanny, I’ve seen first hand quite how loopy parents can be when it comes to school places.

    Previously reasonable adults who wanted their kids to be happy and well balanced suddenly become tiger parents, forcing their children into hours of tutoring and acting like only getting in to the local comp is a death sentence.

    Mumsnet, the epicenter of modern parenting, have compiled research into just how bonkers some parents get about school places.

    The survey of over 1,000 Mumsnet users took place ahead of National Offer Day on Read the full story


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    Flip-flops that don't flip or flop Credit: iGuaneye
    Oh wow (Picture: iGuaneye)

    Flip-flops are a beach essential but they’re actually quite annoying.

    They flip sand up your leg, offer minimal support, and aren’t exactly ideal for those of us with overpronation *foot slides off*.

    A company from Portugal has made a sandal called the Iguaneye Jungle, which they claim lets you walk as if barefoot, on any type of ground.

    ‘There’s nothing like the feeling of finally taking your shoes off and letting your feet breathe at the end of the day,’ the shoe’s campaign video says.

    ‘The dream is walking barefoot on the beach and ideally anywhere, but on rough ground our feet need… Read the full story


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    Some people with the condition can taste colours (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Do some numbers or sounds remind you of certain colours? Have words made you recall a particular taste?

    Or, as I find, do certain people you know make you think of a colour?

    If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you may be the estimated one in 2,000 people who have synaesthesia.

    It’s a neurological condition that causes people’s perceptions of the world to sometimes blend between two or more senses.

    When I was little, I would often associate people and numbers with colours.

    My Mum would remind me of a warm, autumnal orange, while one of my friends… Read the full story


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    Spiders are scary – especially when they’re in your personal space.

    Laura Mazza, the blogger behind Mum on the Run, knows this. And lucky for us, she’s not afraid to share her fear with everyone for their personal entertainment.

    Laura filmed a glorious live commentary of the moment she found a spider hanging out on the door of her car.

    She was so scared she threw up in front of her kids – after blurting out a lot of… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Ella BYworth for Metro.co.uk)

    This morning I noticed that some truly terrible person had tweeted something truly terrible. 

    ‘Bitch if you’re dressed half naked in public, don’t get mad wen i touch your body without your consent cuz i believe that’s wat you wants’ wrote this bloke on Twitter.

    Now, as you can imagine, I was frothing at the mouth. What a vile sentiment. How desperately outdated and slut shaming and generally ignorant. Unsurprisingly, the replies to the tweet shared a general consensus. The man who wrote it was a nasty person.

    But you know what else the majority of the replies had in common?

    Speculation about his penis.

    People said he didn’t have… Read the full story


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    Congrats, guys, congrats (Picture: Etsy)

    Remember the days when you used to get sugared almonds as a wedding favour?

    These days it’s more likely to be a miniature bottle of gin or…a temporary tattoo of the happy couple.

    Etsy seller Lily Mandrill makes personalised temporary tattoos out of your couple photos, so you can force all your friends and family to wear your image for the duration of their wedding reception.

    All you have to do is send her a photo of you and bae, and she’ll hand draw an illustration, then turn it into a temporary tattoo.

    The tat includes a pic of you guys, and can also include your names and the date… Read the full story


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    British Airways Airbus A320-232, climbing
    Where ya going, hun? (Picture: Getty)

    British Airways has launched a super cheap ‘basic’ air fare on some of their most popular routes.

    The airline now offers a fare that doesn’t include checked baggage, slicing money off your ticket cost.

    The new basic fares are available from London airports, and the cheapest US destination is Boston, with the lowest priced ticket selling for £175, one way (based on a return ticket).

    Dubai offers the cheapest overall fare, coming it at £143 one way.

    Before you start rolling your eyes that BA is turning into Ryanair – you still get the rest of your perks.

    You’ll get two hand pieces of hand… Read the full story


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    Best new chefs
    These are the talented chefs to look out for (Picture: Various)

    For diners whose raison d’etre is to visit all the latest and hottest restaurants, there is a sea of options – especially when budget isn’t a contraint.

    And even when it is, and you’re trying to whittle down the wish list, you’re still drowning in advice.

    Do you listen to the critics? Or TripAdvisor? What about the Michelin guide? Or the World’s 50 Best list?

    Where to eat in London: 7 new restaurants and 6 recent openings to try this April

    Well, if you haven’t heard of him already, you should… Read the full story


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    Woman’s Hand Wearing Engagement Ring

    Online jewellery retailer, William May, has conducted a survey of 2,250 Brits revealing that the average man is prepared to spend £1,471.01 on a ring.

    Which just happens to be £383 less than the average woman would like her future husband to spend. Of the women surveyed, the general consesus on engagement rings among women was they they should cost around £1854.

    As well as having feelings on the price, British women also have strong feelings on the selection process, with 51.3% of women saying that they would rather pick out their own engagement ring than leave it up to their partner.

    And, when you see what… Read the full story


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    14 March 2018, Germany, Passau: Dachshund 'Seppi' is on display at the Dachshund Museum. Photo: Armin Weigel/dpa
    (Picture: DPA/PA Images)

    Oh, look, I found my happy place.

    A museum entirely dedicated to sausage dogs (or dachshunds, if you’re fancy) is now open in the city of Passau, in Germany.

    It’s packed with more than 2,000 exhibits – all entirely sausage dog themed – and is the creation of two proud sausage dog owners, Oliver Storz and Josef Kueblbeck.

    Think sausage dog shaped bread, a giant golden sausage dog, sausage dog stamps, sausage dog artwork, and even sausage dog puppets. What a dream.

    The museum also celebrates famous sausage dog owners, including Albert Einstein and Leonard… Read the full story


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    A creative plate of braised beetroot, kohlrabi ribbons and salad radishes on a smear of roasted romanesco spiced with togarishi and miso. Cashew cream, black sesame seeds and micro wild rocket finish the dish.
    Top end chefs are creating beautiful vegan dishes for us to enjoy (Picture: Getty)

    London has had a brilliant vegan street food scene for ages now and it seems like every week there’s another new pop up or vegan market to explore.

    But what about the other end of the scale? Well now fancy restaurants are jumping on the vegan bandwagon too with Michelin-starred chefs like Theo Randall at The InterContinental and Alexis Gauthier at Gauthier Soho introducing… Read the full story


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    My tribe has helped me get through the pain of not having kids (Picture: Mmuffin for Metro.co.uk)

    You might not know this about me – because I’m ever so quiet on this subject – but I don’t have children.

    (FILES) These two file photos show then FBI Director James Comey (L) in Washington, DC, on March 20, 2017; and US President Donald Trump in Washington, DC, on June 6, 2017. Former FBI director James Comey says in a new book that President Donald Trump reminded him of a mafia boss who demanded absolute loyalty, saw the entire world against him, and lied about… <a href=Read the full story

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    Jelli sandals from Katy Perry Collection
    Smell my feet (Picture: Katy Perry Collection)

    Jelly shoes were a holiday staple as a child, before becoming a super hot fashion trend for tweens when the heeled version came in.

    You definitely had a silver glittery pair from the market, don’t lie.

    In recent years, it’s become acceptable for grown adults to wear them and the latest incarnation are these colourful, fruity versions from Katy Perry Collection.

    Yes, that Katy Perry. ‘You make me feel like I’m living a teenage dream’ Katy Perry.

    The singer has added the vibrant foot friends to her burgeoning shoe collection, and the best part? They’re scented.

    Read the full story

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    (Picture: Peter Goddard / Caters News)

    A lamb who was saved from the slaughterhouse now thinks she’s a dog after living alongside her rescuer’s four hounds.

    Nellie the little lamb was rescued by 51-year-old Gail Geldard, after she was rejected by her mother and destined for the slaughterhouse.

    Gail decided to save her, bringing the lamb back to the family home in Matlock, Derby, where she now lives alongside the family’s four dogs.

    Month-old Nellie has lived with Gail and her four pooches – Bulldog Luna, Shar Pei Ella, French Bulldog Noah, and King Charles Cavalier cross Jake, for three weeks – but has already been accepted as one of the pack, sleeping… Read the full story


    LAMB THINKS DOGLAMB THINKS DOGhattiegladwellmetroPics by Peter Goddard / Caters News - (Pictured: Nellie the lamb joins owner Gail Geldard, 51, for a walk with her dogs Ella the Shar Pei (left) and Luna the British Bulldog (centre.)) - Its un-baalievable! A lamb who was saved from the slaughterhouse now thinks shes a dog after living alongside her rescuers four hounds. Little lamb Nellie was rescued by Gail Geldard, 51, when she was rejected by her mother and destined for the slaughterhouse - but after Gail brought her into the family home in Matlock, Derbys, she now lives alongside the familys four dogs - even going out for walkies on a lead. 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Month-old Nellie has lived with gail and her four pooches - Bulldog, Luna, Shar Pei, Ella, French Bulldog, Noah, and King Charles Cavalier cross, Jake, for three weeks - but has already been accepted as one of the pack, sleeping and eating alongside her new pals. - SEE CATERS COPYLAMB THINKS DOGLAMB THINKS DOGhattiegladwellmetroPics by Peter Goddard / Caters News - (Pictured: Nellie the lamb joins owner Gail Geldard, 51, for a walk with her dogs Ella the Shar Pei (left) and Luna the British Bulldog (centre.)) - Its un-baalievable! A lamb who was saved from the slaughterhouse now thinks shes a dog after living alongside her rescuers four hounds. Little lamb Nellie was rescued by Gail Geldard, 51, when she was rejected by her mother and destined for the slaughterhouse - but after Gail brought her into the family home in Matlock, Derbys, she now lives alongside the familys four dogs - even going out for walkies on a lead. Month-old Nellie has lived with gail and her four pooches - Bulldog, Luna, Shar Pei, Ella, French Bulldog, Noah, and King Charles Cavalier cross, Jake, for three weeks - but has already been accepted as one of the pack, sleeping and eating alongside her new pals. - SEE CATERS COPYPics by Peter Goddard / Caters News - (Pictured: Nellie the lamb enjoying her new found freedom.) - Its un-baalievable! A lamb who was saved from the slaughterhouse now thinks shes a dog after living alongside her rescuers four hounds. Little lamb Nellie was rescued by Gail Geldard, 51, when she was rejected by her mother and destined for the slaughterhouse - but after Gail brought her into the family home in Matlock, Derbys, she now lives alongside the familys four dogs - even going out for walkies on a lead. Month-old Nellie has lived with gail and her four pooches - Bulldog, Luna, Shar Pei, Ella, French Bulldog, Noah, and King Charles Cavalier cross, Jake, for three weeks - but has already been accepted as one of the pack, sleeping and eating alongside her new pals. - SEE CATERS COPYPics by Peter Goddard / Caters News - (Pictured: Nellie the lamb with owner Gail Geldard and her dogs Jake the King Charles/Jack Russell cross (left) and Luna the British Bulldog (right.)) - Its un-baalievable! A lamb who was saved from the slaughterhouse now thinks shes a dog after living alongside her rescuers four hounds. Little lamb Nellie was rescued by Gail Geldard, 51, when she was rejected by her mother and destined for the slaughterhouse - but after Gail brought her into the family home in Matlock, Derbys, she now lives alongside the familys four dogs - even going out for walkies on a lead. Month-old Nellie has lived with gail and her four pooches - Bulldog, Luna, Shar Pei, Ella, French Bulldog, Noah, and King Charles Cavalier cross, Jake, for three weeks - but has already been accepted as one of the pack, sleeping and eating alongside her new pals. - SEE CATERS COPY

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    (Picture: ChessieKingg)

    Chessie King is a woman on the internet. That means she encounters quite a large number of nasty comments.

    She regularly posts pictures of her face and body on the internet, so a lot of those nasty comments focus on her appearance.

    To prove an important point about the impact these comments can have, and how damaging it is to take every horrible comment to heart, Chessie decided to give the trolls exactly what they wanted.

    They called her legs fat, so she made them thinner. They didn’t like her eyebrows, so she got rid of them. They bashed her waist, her boobs, her arms, her face, so she changed them… Read the full story


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    Pics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all… <a href=Read the full story

    Pics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYPics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYlisambowmanPics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYHalle Cowen, 11Halle Cowen, 11Pics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYPics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYlisambowmanPics from Caters News - (Pictured: Halle Cowen, 11.) - A heartbroken mum-of-two reveals how she is living in fear that her eleven-year-old daughter could take her own life after discovering that cruel bullies told her to KILL HERSELF all because of her thick eyebrows. Aimee Cowen, 34, was in complete shock after her 11-year-old daughter Halle broke down in her arms and confessed that bullies at her school had allegedly sent her a video telling her she was ugly and that she should just go and kill herself. The distraught mother claims her daughter has been the subject of cruel and relentless bullying for about a year, which she said all began with kids taunting Halle because of her thick eyebrows. - SEE CATERS COPYHalle Cowen, 11Halle Cowen, 11

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    Kate Middleton has a rule she must follow at Meghan and Harry’s wedding (Picture: Getty Images)

    Kate Middleton will be following a strict fashion rule when it comes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

    In fact, all of the ladies on the invite list will be.

    Harry and Meghan wedding cost picture: REX/gettyWhen is the royal wedding – date, time, who’s invited and who are the bridesmaids for Harry and Meghan’s big day?

    The future queen consort will have to wear a hat. Not a fascinator, Not a hairband. Not a feather on a clip. A hat.

    All of… Read the full story


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    (Picture: PA Real Life)

    A beautiful woman in her 20s has revealed her plans to use a surrogate with her fiance after suffering with two bouts of cancer, which means she can no longer have children naturally.

    28-year-old Helen Johnson found a pea sized lump in her breast exactly a year after being diagnosed with cervical cancer, just 14 months after her first ever smear test – which came back clear.

    Helen, who is on sick leave from her role as a customer services assistant, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in July 2016, over a year after her first smear test, in March 2015.

    In May 2016, she had a day of heavy vaginal… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Amazon)

    Do you ever feel like your hetrosexuality is a burden?

    Do you ever worry that your straightness might be holding you back?

    Obviously not. But clearly some straight people have felt like they’re missing out on getting to wear badges that advertise their sexual orientation, because someone, someone with some very odd principles, has created a ‘straight pride’ badge.

    (Picture: Amazon)

    As… Read the full story


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    Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own
    (Picture: Media Wales)

    23-year-old Amie Martin creates dolls that look so much like actual children you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference from afar.

    Amie makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible.

    The dolls are the closest Amie may ever get to experiencing what it’s like to have a child of her own.

    The 23-year-old also has one of her own dolls, named Cory, and is having two more in May… Read the full story


    Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownhattiegladwellmetroAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownhattiegladwellmetroAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their ownAmie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.Amie Martin has created incredibly lifelike baby dolls she cares for and makes them for people who can't have children of their own Babys names (Boy) Corey Martin and (girl) Camelia Martin At first glance, it's just a mum and her child - nothing out or the ordinary. But look a little closer and you'll realise something unexpected - the child isn't real. That might raise a few eyebrows from some. Not for Amie Martin. For her, it is the only chance she may ever have of experiencing what it's like to have her own child. She makes reborn babies, defined as manufactured skin dolls that have been transformed by an artist to resemble a human infant with as much realism as possible. The 23-year-old also has one of her own, named Cory, and is having two more in May named Trinity and Camellia. For Miss Martin, of Rodney Street in??Sandfields??,??Swansea??, they offer her a chance to become a parent, something she said was not possible for her. ???It offers comfort,??? the former Daniel James school pupil said.

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