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    Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together… <a href=Read the full story

    SEI_10207552SEI_10207552ellencscottHolly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.SEI_10207552SEI_10207552ellencscottHolly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the photoshoot in Cheltenham where a group of successful business mums got together to celebrate their work in both roles - the shoot was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair photo of Hollywood's leading actors. See SWNS story SWMUMS: A group of working mums have recreated the iconic 'Hollywood' Vanity Fair cover photo ??? to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses. The collective of entrepreneurial mothers, known as 'Mum Boss', was formed in January 2017. It was created to bring together like-minded mums who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters. In less than 18 months, the Mum Boss Club has brought together a whopping 125 Gloucestershire mums, all of whom run their own businesses in the county.

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    Kofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty Images
    (Picture: Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty Images)

    How did you used to say goodbye to your old toys?

    Hand them down to a younger relative? Abandon them in your parents’ loft? Chuck them in the bin without a second thought?

    Yeah, thought… Read the full story


    JAPAN-SONY-ELECTRONICS-ROBOTJAPAN-SONY-ELECTRONICS-ROBOTlisambowmanKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their JAPAN-SONY-ELECTRONICS-ROBOTJAPAN-SONY-ELECTRONICS-ROBOTlisambowmanKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesLast version of Sony's pet robot AIBO moves in front old version displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi holds a Sony's pet robot AIBO after a robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesAn audience offers prayers for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesSony's pet robot AIBOs are line up on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesKofukuji temple chief priest Bungen Oi offers a prayer for Sony's pet robot AIBOs displayed on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesTOPSHOT - A man organises Sony's pet robot AIBOs on an altar prior to hold the robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty ImagesA girl wraps a Sony's pet robot AIBO after a robots' funeral at the Kofukuji temple in Isumi, Chiba on April 26, 2018. More than a hundred robot dogs from different years were sitting next to each other in Japan -- it was not for a tech fair but for their "funeral". / AFP PHOTO / Nicolas DaticheNICOLAS DATICHE/AFP/Getty Images

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    OK, so this probably won’t happen… yet (Picture: Liberty Antonia Sadler for Metro.co.uk)

    They say the average person’s attention span is just eight seconds.

    Though that figure is debatable, when it comes to dating apps, eight seconds is a long time to consider a swipe — few profiles capture my attention for that extent of time.

    But what about speed dating, where you’re given three to four minutes to converse with your potential future husband or wife?

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    (Picture: thebodycoach/Instagram)

    Calling all wannabe vegan and veggie bodybuilders: are you ready to finally get #Leanin15?

    Well, hold onto your Buddha bowls because Joe Wicks is finally launching a plant-based cookbook – and it’s going to be jam-packed with high protein meals.

    The PT and body transformation coach announced that his new Veggie Lean in 15 book will be out in December on his social media channels earlier this week.

    And while it’s got a few cheesy recipes, it looks like it’s also going to have a decent number of vegan ideas, or veggie dishes that are easy to veganise.

    Each 15-minute recipe is high in protein (proving that you can indeed get the required… Read the full story


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    According to Sanctus.io, 62% of people feel inadequate comparing their lives to others online.

    And that’s not too hard to believe when you’re scrolling through Instagram in your PJs while everyone else seems to be crowd surfing at a gig/dining at a super fancy supper club/on an exotic beach.

    What’s a millennial to do?

    Fake your way to the most enviable online life, of course. And that’s what LifeFaker.com is offering you the chance to do.

    Dubbed ‘the world’s first online life faking service’, LifeFaker.com lets users buy ready-made photo packages that… Read the full story


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    People walking dogs at DogFest
    Walkies! (Picture: DogFest)

    A festival for dogs is taking place this summer – and humans are invited too.

    Dog Fest is a dreamy doggy bonanza, and it’s taking place over three weekends in three locations – Cheshire, Bristol and Hertfordshire.

    There’s loads of activities taking place and you can even camp there, with your fave humans and fur friends.

    Imagine having tins and treats after sunset at the tent with the lads and the Labradors?

    What a treat.


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    RAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rahab and Joe on their vacation in Spain.) - A student branded disgusting by her friends for her 33-year age gap relationship is determined to prove her critics wrong as she celebrates her one-year anniversary.Rahab Kimani, 21, of Barnaget, New Jersey, USA, felt attracted to her boss Joe Singiser, 54, when he was helping her move last year.After telling her friends who called her disgusting and nasty, the nursing home supervisor asked for her phone number, which led her to change her mind about her move to Boston - SEE CATERS COPY
    Rahab and Joe (Picture: RAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS)

    The general rule… Read the full story


    RAHAB AND JOE 33 YEAR AGE GAPRAHAB AND JOE 33 YEAR AGE GAPjessicacvlRAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rahab and Joe on their vacation in Spain.) - A student branded disgusting by her friends for her 33-year age gap relationship is determined to prove her critics wrong as she celebrates her one-year anniversary.Rahab Kimani, 21, of Barnaget, New Jersey, USA, felt attracted to her boss Joe Singiser, 54, when he was helping her move last year.After telling her friends who called her disgusting and nasty, the nursing home supervisor asked for her phone number, which led her to change her mind about her move to Boston - SEE CATERS COPYRAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rahab and Joe kissing on new Years Eve.) - A student branded disgusting by her friends for her 33-year age gap relationship is determined to prove her critics wrong as she celebrates her one-year anniversary.Rahab Kimani, 21, of Barnaget, New Jersey, USA, felt attracted to her boss Joe Singiser, 54, when he was helping her move last year.After telling her friends who called her disgusting and nasty, the nursing home supervisor asked for her phone number, which led her to change her mind about her move to Boston - SEE CATERS COPYRAHAB AND JOE 33 YEAR AGE GAPRAHAB AND JOE 33 YEAR AGE GAPjessicacvlRAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rahab and Joe on their vacation in Spain.) - A student branded disgusting by her friends for her 33-year age gap relationship is determined to prove her critics wrong as she celebrates her one-year anniversary.Rahab Kimani, 21, of Barnaget, New Jersey, USA, felt attracted to her boss Joe Singiser, 54, when he was helping her move last year.After telling her friends who called her disgusting and nasty, the nursing home supervisor asked for her phone number, which led her to change her mind about her move to Boston - SEE CATERS COPYRAHAB KIMANI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rahab and Joe kissing on new Years Eve.) - A student branded disgusting by her friends for her 33-year age gap relationship is determined to prove her critics wrong as she celebrates her one-year anniversary.Rahab Kimani, 21, of Barnaget, New Jersey, USA, felt attracted to her boss Joe Singiser, 54, when he was helping her move last year.After telling her friends who called her disgusting and nasty, the nursing home supervisor asked for her phone number, which led her to change her mind about her move to Boston - SEE CATERS COPY

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    A burlesque dancer is still performing her act and wearing massive heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant.

    Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and decided to carry on entertaining well into her term.

    Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.

    She stripped off to The Ronettes’ hit Be My Baby, and revealed a giant painted flower painted on her bump and matching nipple tassels.


    A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant.A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant.hattiegladwellmetroTuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant.A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant.hattiegladwellmetroTuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.Tuesday Laveau, who is 37 weeks pregnant - and is still working as a burlesque dancer. She is seen stripping at the Smoke and Mirrors Pub, Bristol. See SWNS story SWDANCER: A burlesque dancer refused to give up her towering stripper heels despite being 37 weeks pregnant. Tuesday Laveau, 37, is expecting her first child with husband Graeme, 36, and carried on entertaining well into her third trimester. But she had to give up bumping and grinding due to her changing body shape. Tuesday did the last show before her due date at the Smoke and Mirrors in Bristol, where she hosts a regular night, Coochie Crunch.

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    Caption: This UK Bar Is Selling Alcoholic Tango Ice Blast Cocktails Slush Puppie
    (Picture: Jam Jar/Slush Puppie)

    We were gutted when we learned that Tango Ice Blasts are now going to be sugar free.

    I mean, it’s a great step in terms of making things healthier, but come on, who really buys a cup full of what is essentially iced sugar liquid if they’re worried about their sugar intake?

    One bar is attempting to make up for the lack of E-Numbers.

    Jam Jar, a bar in Paisley, Renfrewshire, has created an alcoholic Tango Ice Blast, and it sounds incredible.


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    Not taking on everyone else?s problems all the time doesn?t make you a bad friend (Beth Smith) Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk
    Take time for yourself as well (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    If my friends ever really need me, I’m there to support them.

    However, until recently, I fell into a dangerous trap of thinking that being a good friend meant taking on everyone else’s problems all the time.

    Contrary to what society might lead us to believe, this just isn’t true.

    woman on bedThe growing threat of loneliness to young adults

    Empathy and kindness are some of the most admirable traits that anyone… Read the full story


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    Alyx Studio x Heelys adult wheeled sneakers
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    Walking everywhere can be tiring, amirite?

    Some people combat this by using adult scooters but what they gain in speed they lose in street cred. Yes, we are all judging you. Especially when you use cycle lanes and get in everyone’s way.

    A better option for tired humans is a Heely.

    A what now?

    C’mon, remember? Those trainers with wheels in the heels that were popular with kids in the 90s? Around the same time we were all coveting sneakers with lights in the sole?

    The only problem is that Heelys only came in kids sizes – seriously, why do people under 10… Read the full story


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    In case you don’t have this monumental occasion written in capitals on your calendar, a reminder: May is Masturbation Month, a 31 day celebration of solo sex sessions.

    Considering I’ve been quizzing everyone I know about masturbation and waxing lyrical about the benefits, I feel like it might be time to get personal.

    I’m extremely pro-masturbation. I shout it from rooftops. I did it for a week at work for content reasons.

    But the truth is that in the personal bit of my life, I don’t actually masturbate.

    Ever.

    I’ve masturbated before, obviously. That in-office session I mentioned, of course. I got quite into it when… Read the full story


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    Baby lemur and mum at Woburn Safari Park
    ‘Hello, it’s a name I’m looking for.’ (Picture: Woburn Safari Park)

    A newborn baby lemur has been born at Woburn Safari Park and he is currently without a name.

    Keepers have decided they want the public to name him, because it always goes well when companies do this sort of thing.

    The baby boy was born to 10-year-old ring-tailed lemur mum Kirindy and 7-year-old dad Berenti back in March.

    The new addition to the Land of the Lemurs enclosure weighed about 30g when he was born – imagine if human children weighed this much.

    It would make childbirth a lot more appealing, know what… Read the full story


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    Don’t be afraid to get some rest (Picture: Ella Byworth for metro.co.uk)

    Depression and guilt go hand in hand.

    You have a bad mental health day and you start you feel sad.

    Then you don’t perform as well at work, cancel plans with your friends and end up laying on the sofa thinking that you’re a complete failure and it’s all your own fault.

    This is what depression does best.

    It makes you feel like you’re to blame for your own foul mood, when actually you need to challenge those negative thoughts and give yourself a break.

    Here are five things that you shouldn’t feel guilty about when you have depression.

    Taking time off… Read the full story


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    A Welsh family have adopted a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she’s a dog – and they even share a bedroom.

    The lamb lives inside the family house, after being brought indoors when she was poorly.

    Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight.

    But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep.


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SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: OLIVER IN BED WITH LUCY THE LAMB) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: LUCY THE LAMB WATCHING OLIVER PLAY VIDEO GAMES) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: LUCY THE LAMB IN OLIVER'S BED) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYA Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorlyA Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorlyhattiegladwellmetroPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: LUCY THE LAMB LIVING INDOORS WITH HER NAPPY ON) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: OLIVER IN BED WITH LUCY THE LAMB) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: LUCY THE LAMB WATCHING OLIVER PLAY VIDEO GAMES) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: LUCY THE LAMB IN OLIVER'S BED) A Welsh family have taken to SLEEPING with a nappy-wearing lamb who thinks she is a dog after being brought indoors when poorly. Jessica Hayes took pity on Lucy the lamb when she was four days old and sick with colic so brought her into the house to care for her overnight. But when Lucy would only settle while lying on top of her, the 40-year-old realised she would have to bring the bundle of fluff to bed with her if she wanted to get any sleep. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY

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    BBQ weather is coming, and so we’re super excited to hear that Aldi has re-launched its Tomahawk steak, which was a sell out last year.

    We first wrote about the steak back in 2017, when Aldi first launched it.

    Weighing in at an average of 1.3kg, the 14-day matured British ribeye steak costs just £12.99, making it up to 52% cheaper than the Waitrose equivalent.

    The steak is made with 100% British beef and according to Aldi, is best served pan seared and rested for 15 minutes, served with a potato and avocado salad.


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    Maternal mental health extends to beyond just postnatal depression (Picture: Mmuffin for Metro.co.uk)

    This week is Maternal Mental Health Week and mums have been sharing their experiences all over social media.

    We’ve seen Made In Chelsea stars Binky Felstead and Josh Patterson sharing their #ShoutieSelfie to raise awareness of postnatal depression, and celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Hollyoaks’ Davinia Taylor opening up about their own battles with PND.

    Painting-&-Patience_Illustration_LibertyAntoniaSadler_MetroDitch the guilt: How to cope with depression as a stay-at-home mum

    Postnatal depression is the most common mental illness affecting new mothers, with over 10% developing the… Read the full story


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    Is leaving a face mask on too long bad for your skin? Picture MMUFFIN/metro.co.uk
    (Picture: MMUFFIN/metro.co.uk)

    Confession – I’m addicted to acid… Glycolic acid, that is.

    With naturally dry skin, I thought it would peel my face off and leave me red and blotchy and horrible.

    However, after getting a sample of Alpha H Liquid Gold in my M&S beauty advent calendar a couple of years back I’ve never looked back.

    This miracle substance is a chemical exfoliant derived from sugar cane, which is used in chemical peels as well as in a more diluted format for at-home products.

    You’re not supposed to use glycolic acid all the time, but with many people’s new-found interest… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Liberty Sadler)

    As someone who lives with bipolar disorder, I absolutely dread May.

    I have bipolar disorder type 1, which means I have more frequent, long periods of mania. I also have intense depression which can last for months.

    But there seems to be a common theme with my manic and depressive episodes – depression normally hits in the winter, and mania in the spring and summer.

    People tend to think mania sounds amazing. That it’s all big ideas, feeling on top of the world and totally unstoppable. Which, for many people, is the case.

    But there are lots of negatives that come with mania: Taking risks, acting impulsively, making snap decisions, being… Read the full story


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    Oxo's lost glove wall
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    Have you ever lost a glove and wondered what the other one’s doing?

    Where it is? Who it’s living with now? If it even thinks of you?

    Chances are, if you lose a glove in New York City, it may well be pinned to the wall of the Oxo head office.

    Oxo – makers of the Good Grips range, which features such useful utensils as this 3-in-1 avocado slicer – has a huge wall featuring neat rows of gloves that employees have found in NYC and around the world.

    But why? The original idea for the glove wall came from the former company president, Alex… Read the full story


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