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Incredible life of toddler travelling world who has already seen 24 countries aged 2

***EXCLUSIVE*** A well-travelled tot has already visited five continents and 24 countries even though he’s not even THREE yet. An inspirational family are currently travelling the globe with two-and-a-half-year-old Eric taking in some of the world’s most spectacular sights including Machu Pichu, temples in Thailand, and the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. Other stunning shots show Eric standing before the unworldly pink salt pans in Bonaire and standing at the foot of Chichen Itza in Mexico. Eric started his travels in earnest in June 2018 with his parents Alina and Andrei Ceclan, an ex-Finance Manager in a multinational company and a dentist respectively, who are from Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Woman, 23, whose rare cancer made her collapse every time she sneezed says the shock of her diagnosis 'cured her of depression'

***EXCLUSIVE*** NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, UK: This former student’s whole life was tipped upside down when she was diagnosed with a rare form of soft tissue cancer that caused her to collapse after enduring multiple back spasms that resulted from SNEEZING and is now on a mission to raise awareness of her condition and REFUSES to let cancer win. In April 2017, Daisy Ellis (23), from Northamptonshire, UK, had just celebrated her 21st birthday when her back started to ache and she struggled to lift heavy objects. Moving her things out of her university flat was a challenge but she passed it off as her tiredness from overexerting herself. Whenever she sneezed her back would have multiple spasms and she would collapse in pain, her condition got worse, spreading to her right leg, and this is when she decided to visit her doctor. Daisy went to see a spine specialist who then referred her to a teenage cancer ward and she was diagnosed with stage four Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma (ARMS), a rare type of soft tissue sarcoma that grows in active muscles of the body, for example the muscles used to move arms and legs. When she began her treatment in August 2017, her consultant informed her that there was a fifty-fifty chance of her body responding to the chemotherapy treatment, due to how fast the cancer had spread. During six rounds of chemotherapy her hair began to fall out and she was forced to shave the remaining hair off, which devastated her. Daisy’s body reacted so badly to the treatment, that she regularly experienced neutropenic sepsis, a life-threatening complication of anti-cancer treatment that causes a fever of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, chills or sweating, sore throat and abdominal pain. These reactions left doctors shocked that Daisy has survived them. She now shares her journey with the world on social media to keep loved ones updated.

Sticker which make it look like you are chauffeuring a celebrity

***EXCLUSIVE*** Drivers looking for some attention on the road can now make it look like they are chauffeuring the Queen, the Pope, Donald Trump or even Prince Harry - thanks to these specially designed stickers. Made to apply to the inside of a vehicle's windows, they allow motorists to give the impression they've got some of the most recognisable people on the planet sitting in the back. Supplied by the company Lost World Gifts, the 'Ride With' Stickers also include more humorous characters like a cartoon dog, sloth or zombie. All of the Ł4.99 stickers are made with a special material which can withstand prolonged sunshine meaning they will last for years without fading.

Inside Tower Bridge: Stunning pictures dating back to the 1950s offer a rare glimpse into the inner workings of one of London's most famous landmarks

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stunning retro pictures have offered a glimpse into the inner workings of London’s famous Tower Bridge in the 1950s. The incredible images show a Tower Bridge driver working the controls during the raising of the road, an operator switching on the traffic lights to stop traffic going over the bridge and a boiler man stoking the firebox with coal as boilers heat the steam that powers the machinery to lift the bascules. Other striking shots show a Tower Bridge manager inspecting the pumps used for the lifting mechanisms, a worker ringing the bell to warn users that the bridge lifting will be imminent and a manager watching as a cargo ship passes underneath the bridge. The remarkable photographs were taken on Tower Bridge in 1951. Tower Bridge is one of London's most famous bridges and a great London landmark. It crosses the River Thames close to the great fortress of the Tower of London. Built between 1886 and 1894 it is the gateway into the port of London and the river's upper pool.

A seamstress who has spent 60 years making homemade teddies first tried her hand at the craft at the age of eight - and they are now collected as far afield as Japan

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sue Quinn, 68, makes and sells old-fashioned teddy bears complete with jointed limbs and glass eyes. Some of the bears stand 32ins tall, while the smallest measure just three inches. A treasured photograph showed a giant four-foot bunny commissioned by Selfridges, dwarfing her toddler son Roger, then aged three.

Bird does splits

***EXCLUSIVE*** A little bird looks like an acrobat as it flawlessly balances in the splits position between two plants.  The zitting cisticola grips the two stems after finding an insect larva to eat. Amateur photographer Leovin Agustim, 36, captured the bizarre sight while walking through a paddy field in the farming village of Pasar Baru, in West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Croc with wonky snout

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 'bizarre'-looking croc had its nose badly broken in a fight with a larger foe, leaving it in 'unbearable' pain and requiring round the clock treatment. After spending two months only able to eat small pieces of chopped meat, the male crocodile is now forced to live alone in an enclosure at Vandalur Zoo in Chennai, India. The croc's wonky snout makes him appear similar to actor Brando, who was famed for having a broken nose.

Fair looks like a quilt

***EXCLUSIVE*** A village fair pictured from above looks like a giant quilt as hundreds of tradesmen present their products in colourful tents. Thousands flock to the Porahodo Mela village fair, which is open for just one day each year. The huge fair, which is 200 metres long and 100 metres wide, is full of colour as each stall selling products is presented in a different coloured tent.  From above, some of the tents look like different flags, or even a giant quilt.