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    This unicorn-themed inflatable water park is the beach vacation of our dreams
    All your dreams just came true (Picture: Instagram/inflatableisland)

    Imagine if the #unicorn and #travel tags on Instagram and Pinterest threw up everywhere.

    The result would be this massive unicorn-themed inflatable water park in the Philippines.

    Called Inflatable Island, it’s Asia’s largest floating playground, with over 4,100 square metres of fun, containing slides, towers, bridges, human launchers, swings and a trampoline.

    There’s also a floating zoo and a unicorn island, with a Bali-inspired lounge for when you’re on dry land, so you can sip cocktails and watch everyone else splash about.

    The special kiddie area is perfect for your little ones, so they won’t get… Read the full story


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    You know when you find an amazing product and it changes your life? 

    That’s how a lot of people felt about the Urban Decay eye shadow pallets.

    The only problem?

    At £40 a pop, they’re not cheap. The quality is great, they last a long time and they include a brush, but £40 is £40.

    The Primark ‘dupe’ (that’s young person talk for cheaper version which is almost as good) costs just £4.

    So, should you splurge on the spenny version, or will a £4 dupe do the trick?

    Well, according to beauty bloggers, you’d probably be pretty happy with good old fashioned Primark. Blogger Chloe Atherton wrote: ‘Some of the shadows are insane… others not so much. As you can see from the swatches some of the shadows are more pigmented than others. In particular ‘Cream’, ‘Mirage’ and ‘Spice’ are sooooooo pigmented I was so impressed.

    ‘I squealed when I saw how rich in pigment spice was – its stunning. Many… Read the full story


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    Byron's new vegan burger - the Beetnik
    Byron’s new vegan burger – the Beetnik (Picture: Byron)

    It’s always exciting when a chain restaurant adds its inaugural vegan option to the menu.

    So when Byron told us they were launching a plant-based burger, we were all ears.

    Days passed – which felt like years – and then the announcement came.

    We scrolled down the new menu, past exciting veggie and omni things like burgers with molten cheese, and beer-battered smoked cheese, hungrily looking for the vegan option.

    And then we saw it.

    Staring back at us was….a falafel patty.

    Napoleon Dynamite looking disappointed

    The burger’s called the Beetnik and consists… Read the full story


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    Bow-z the bulldog
    Bow-z sits on the throne after being crowned the winner of the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest (Credit: AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

    Meet Bow-z.

    She’s two years old and was supposed to be put down as a puppy, due to a number of illnesses, but was instead sent to a no-kill shelter.

    Luckily for her she was adopted by John Hill and went to live in Pella, Iowa, USA, and has gone on to win the Beautiful Bulldog Contest.

    The beauty pageant for dogs took place yesterday (April 22) at Drake University in Iowa, and is the 39th annual tongue-in-cheek pageant for English bulldogs.

    The university’s mascot is an English bulldog, and… Read the full story


    Beautiful BulldogsBeautiful BulldogslisambowmanBow-z the bulldogBenny, owned by Megan and Michael Van Heiden, of Ankeny, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Ophelia Faye, owned by Crystal Kaufman, of Tama, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Murphy, owned by Amber Nichols, of Waterloo, Iowa, stands on the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Penelope, owned by Jonathan Wolken, of Waukee, Iowa, stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Stella Rose, owned by Frank Curtis, of Norwalk, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Tucker, owned by Michael and Tracey Crumb, of Cambridge, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Kenaniah Wilbur, owned by Erin Sinnwell, of Des Moines, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Tucker Jo, owned by Nikki Fehrmann, of Eldora, Iowa, stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Macki, owned by Matt and Caroline Butler, of Ottawa, Ill., stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Beulah Mae, owned by Tiffany Johnson, of Urbandale, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Beautiful BulldogsBeautiful BulldogslisambowmanBow-z the bulldogBenny, owned by Megan and Michael Van Heiden, of Ankeny, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Ophelia Faye, owned by Crystal Kaufman, of Tama, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Murphy, owned by Amber Nichols, of Waterloo, Iowa, stands on the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Penelope, owned by Jonathan Wolken, of Waukee, Iowa, stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Stella Rose, owned by Frank Curtis, of Norwalk, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Tucker, owned by Michael and Tracey Crumb, of Cambridge, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Kenaniah Wilbur, owned by Erin Sinnwell, of Des Moines, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Tucker Jo, owned by Nikki Fehrmann, of Eldora, Iowa, stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Macki, owned by Matt and Caroline Butler, of Ottawa, Ill., stands on stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)Beulah Mae, owned by Tiffany Johnson, of Urbandale, Iowa, walks across the stage during the 39th annual Drake Relays Beautiful Bulldog Contest, Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Des Moines, Iowa. The pageant kicks off the Drake Relays festivities at Drake University where a bulldog is the mascot. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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    Anaphylactic shock is not the same as a mild reaction – it could be fatal (Picture: Getty)

    It seems everyone has some sort of intolerance these days, be it gluten, dairy, soya or sesame seeds.

    President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump greet French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at the White House, Monday, April 23, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)Trump's dominant handshake is overpowered by Macron's double kiss on the cheeks

    And while the shift towards more awareness of gut health is extremely positive, it’s easy to forget the crippling and life threatening consequences of the… Read the full story


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    Ken man bun Credit: Mattel
    Even Ken had a man bun in 2017 (Picture: Mattel)

    Well, I am all for a good bun. Especially one covered in icing and topped with a cherry.

    But one style not that I cannot get my head around is the man bun – so I can’t deny being quietly pleased to see it dying out.

    Many are no doubt rejoicing at the death of this tricky trend, with everyone from Kit Harrington to Leonardo DiCaprio ditching the style.

    Even so, there will be a few stalwarts who haven’t surrendered to the scissors just yet. So what do summer hair trends hold in store, now that the man bun… Read the full story


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    Every time ethical clothing and social transparency are discussed, Rana Plaza is mentioned.

    The cost of fast fashion came spilling out five years ago in Bangladesh, when over 1,100 people were killed in the garment factory.

    It’s important we don’t forget.

    The eight-storey factory complex on the outskirts of Dhaka collapsed that day, crushing more than 1,100 people to death and injuring about 2,500.

    The workers, paid a pittance to produce dirt-cheap clothing for the West, had been ordered into the building that morning despite cracks in the concrete having been reported just the previous day.

    As a Bangladeshi woman I’ve had to hold back tears when reporting on the… Read the full story


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    I’ve given up feeling self-conscious about my size (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    As the sun (finally) makes an appearance, we’ll soon be inundated with stories of body transformations and tips on how to get ‘beach body ready’ in time for summer.

    Around this time of the year, many of us start dieting in time to lose weight for our holiday.

    Weight illoBMI discriminates against black people – and everyone else too

    The comforting curries, stews and roasts of winter are gone and salads, grilled fish and steamed veg are the menu du jour.

    I have dieted on-and-off since about the age of… Read the full story


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    The lingering shame and silence around periods has consequences bigger than the need to hide your tampon up your sleeve on the way to the loos.

    A new survey by Plan International UK reveals that period shame is preventing young women and girls from seeking help for serious health issues.

    79% of girls and young women have experienced symptoms linked to their period that concerned them, but haven’t seen a doctor or health professional to get help.

    These issues include heavy bleeding, severe period pain, depression around periods, and missed periods.

    All of these are symptoms that signal someone should talk to their GP. So why aren’t… Read the full story


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    Safaris are often described as a ‘trip of a lifetime’ so it’s not surprising they have a bit of a reputation for costing a fortune.

    turtle swimming in island paradise5 tropical paradise islands you’ve never thought of visiting

    In most instances, they really are expensive. Especially when booking through a travel agency.

    Accommodation doesn’t come cheap, with most lodges and tented camps (basically glamping) only offering all-inclusive packages.

    Having dreamed of travelling through South Africa, Namibia and Botswana since I was a child, I was determined there had to be another way to do it.

    With some research and time to plan, my partner and I made it work.

    Here are five tips on how to safari in southern Africa on a budget.


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

    You’re falling asleep at your desk thanks to another night of tossing and turning.

    To make up for it, you stay late and work hard, putting up with nonsense from your coworkers and stress from all angles.

    Then you get home and obsess about work all night again.

    And so the cycle continues.

    We all know this routine isn’t healthy. Sleep is crucial not only to our workplace productivity, but also to our physical and emotional wellbeing. But we can’t bloody stop it – so it’s time for some medically backed research to jolt us out of this destructive routine.

    New research published by the American Psychological… Read the full story


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    How 'floatation' and sensory deprivation helped me overcome career stress
    Floatation therapy aims to help you explore your consciousness (Picture: Mmuffin for Metro.co.uk)

    I signed up for floatation therapy because I wanted a life coach.

    Floatation therapy is what it sounds like – one simply floats to clear the mind allowing more space for the brain to think, to relax, to meditate.

    I’d just left an exciting but high-pressure job for a more flexible role.

    On the surface, I was slaying those #girlboss goals – taking control of my time, redefining my career ambitions, prioritising what gave me a sense of purpose.

    Go a little deeper though, and my emotions… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Geeky Sex Toys)

    It’s nearly time to fulfill all that building anticipation with the ultimate release of Avengers: Infinity War.

    To celebrate, you might as well make sure your masturbation session is suitably themed.

    Enter Geeky Sex Toys’ new Avengers collection.

    Yes, these are the same people behind Pokemon sex toys, unicorn dildos, and Star Wars themed vibrators, so it makes perfect sense that they’d bring out some products inspired by Thor and his pals.

    The toys aren’t actually called Avengers sex toys, because, well, we doubt Marvel would give that the okay. Instead they’re called The Indulgers.

    Here’s what’s on offer.

    The Incredible Dong

    Read the full story

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    Experiencing common allergies significantly increase the risk of depression and anxiety, a major new study suggests.

    Researchers analysed 200,000 people, and found a link between hay fever, asthma, and eczema, and the development of depression and anxiety.

    It’s not clear what the relationship between mental illness and allergies is, but this study does suggest a strong connection.

    The inflammation caused by allergies could increase the likelihood of mental health issues, or it could be down to the stress and anxiety of coping with an allergy.

    Researchers used health insurance data to compare 46,647 people with allergies to 139,941 people without allergies. They found that those free of any… Read the full story


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    Sausages are a funny food. They just are.

    ‘Sausage’ is regularly used in reference to someone’s schlong, they’re phallic and there are endless jokes to be made about someone shoving a sausage in their mouth.

    Sausages need no further wit to be funny. They are hilarious simply in existing.

    But it turns out they can be even funnier – if you throw in a typo for good measure.

    A supermarket in Australia found this out when they made a mistake on the labels of some Angus Beef Sausages.

    Remove one letter from that and the sausages sound naughty. Can you figure out which letter?


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    Prince George has a very specific look, with the main constant being shorts.

    Despite the fact we’ve had a bit of a warm snap recently, it’s not exactly shorts weather on the average day here in England.

    So, why does George of Cambridge sport them as a rule?

    (Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

    The Royals are no strangers to tradition, and… Read the full story


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    PIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER BEGINS TO TOPPLE OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY
    (Picture: kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography)

    When you’re getting married,… Read the full story


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SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER MOMENTS BEFORE HE TOPPLED OVER) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER BEGINS TO TOPPLE OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER TOPPLES OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: GROOM JOSH IS FORCED TO HELP OUT WHEN GRROMSMAN MAT TOPPLES OVER DURING WEDDING SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYA groomsman rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photosA groomsman rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photosellencscottPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER BEGINS TO TOPPLE OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER MOMENTS BEFORE HE TOPPLED OVER) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER BEGINS TO TOPPLE OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: MAT FARMER TOPPLES OVER DURING MADELINE AND JOSH'S SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk / RNC Photography (PICTURED: GROOM JOSH IS FORCED TO HELP OUT WHEN GRROMSMAN MAT TOPPLES OVER DURING WEDDING SHOOT) A groomsman ensured his role in the wedding won't be forgotten any time soon - when he accidentally rolled over in a golf buggy right behind the newlyweds in the wedding photos. Madeline and Josh Tattersall had asked Mat Farmer to use the golf cart to whip up some dust in the background to add atmosphere to their special wedding pictures. However the 31-year-old joker got carried away and went too fast, sending the caddy toppling over, almost crushing himself. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY

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    It can’t be easy getting all glammed up a mere seven hours after pushing out a human into the world.

    But Kate Middleton was a picture of style and elegance as she stepped out of the private Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington in London.

    And you can’t ignore the quiet homage to Princess Diana who wore a very similar dress shortly after giving birth to Prince Harry in 1984.

    Kate, 36, wore a bespoke red dress from British designer Jenny Packham, that featured a Peter Pan collar. Her late mother-in-law Princess Diana also wore a red and white ensemble, sporting a frock with… Read the full story


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    You know what’s worse than people assuming you need their unsolicited advice in the gym? People offering you their unsolicited congratulations for you showing up.

    Being called an ‘inspiration’ for being fat but fit isn’t a compliment – it’s patronising.

    Which is why no one is here for one Redditor’s vomit-inducing open letter to the ‘heavyset lady at the gym’.

    ‘You inspire me,’ user umamiumami writes.

    ‘I try to get to the gym 5 x a week, around the same time. Every time I go, you’re there, plugging away. You’ve got a lot more to lose than me and I admire your choice and dedication to get healthy.’

    They go on to… Read the full story


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    Amazing Wes Anderson restaurant in India (Picture: SAURABH SURYAN) OF LOKESH DANG FOR RENESA ARCHITECTS
    (Picture: SAURABH SURYAN OF LOKESH DANG FOR RENESA ARCHITECTS)

    If you’ve ever dreamed of living inside a Wes Anderson film (same here), you might want to head to India, stat.

    The Pink Zebra is all your millennial pink dreams come true.

    Sitting in the city of Cawnpore, The Pink Zebra is a restaurant inspired by filmmaker Wes Anderson – meaning the interiors are made up of bold colour and sharp design.

    The central idea behind the interiors: ‘How about we dip a zebra into a deep pink zea?’

    And really, why not?

    The end result is a playful riot of stripes… Read the full story


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