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Mom-of-two shares cheeky photos depicting 'behind-the-scenes' realities of being a parent to remind other moms they're not alone

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the mum who decided to post hilarious pictures of the struggles of motherhood to show that it’s OK to not be perfect all the time. Comical photographs show social media influencer, Sara Emilie Tandberg (26), from Nittedal, Norway, holding up a series of boards with lettering describing the ‘behind-the-scenes’ moments of motherhood. One board asks her to ‘cover yourself while breastfeeding’ and Sara has covered her head with a white cloth. Sara’s pictures aim to empower women to become comfortable in their own skin and she even pokes fun at her postpartum body and how her weight has changed throughout her pregnancy. Some pictures reveal the clear differences between the life of the mum and of the dad; including a board that describes the definition of ‘man flu’ compared to ‘mum flu’. Sara, who is a mum to Liam (3) and Emma (nine-months-old), felt so alone during her pregnancy and being a mum to Liam, so when she fell pregnant with Emma, she decided to set up her Instagram page to empower other mums, so they don’t feel as alone as she did. She now has nearly 200K followers and posts humorous images of her family daily.

Bullied because my skin grows too fast

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, HONG KONG: A woman who was once suicidal due to having a rare disorder that causes scaly skin, now is living life to the full. Mui Thomas, who resides in Hong Kong, suffers from a rare skin disorder called harlequin ichthyosis. Harlequin ichthyosis causes scaly skin, which cracks creating open wounds that leave suffers vulnerable to infection. The oldest survivor of harlequin ichthyosis is 35 years of age. At 26 now, Mui is one of the oldest known survivors and the world's first rugby referee living with this condition.

Woman who bears a VERY striking resemblance to Lady Gaga reveals she's stopped in the street by star-struck fans

A woman who is often mistaken for Lady Gaga has revealed that she's stopped in the street by fans of the singer who believe she's the real deal. Katie Hillard, 25, from Essex, was first compared to the superstar - whose real name is Stefani Germanotta - when she was 15-years-old. Despite her striking resemblance to the star, Katie insists the only change she has made to her appearance in order to enhance their likeness is to don a long, blonde wig. Last year Katie met her idol at the premiere of A Star Is Born in London, and said her doppelganger Lady Gaga, 33, 'looked at her fairly confused.'

19th century church converted into stunning super-modern five-bedroom home goes on the market for £1.9m

***EXCLUSIVE*** Your property prayers have been answered after this stunning five-bed converted church went on the market for less than £2m. Incredible images show the exterior of the church and gardens which doesn’t prepare you from the remarkable open-plan interior including a large dining area, modern kitchen and cosy living area. Other striking shots show the bright, cosy bedrooms, sleek bathrooms and other living areas tucked away in different parts of the church home. The five-bed church conversion is located on Church Lane, Grazely, Berkshire and is currently listed by Unique Property Company for £1.9m.

It's OK Not To Be OK: woman goes viral after sharing Instagram vs reality mental health post

GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM: The recent tragic deaths of some of reality TV?s most recognisable faces inspired Ashleigh Anderson to pen an emotional post on Facebook. The 28-year-old, from Glasgow, said she was „shocked and saddened” when she heard the news about Love Island star Mike Thalassitis had been found dead in the woods near his home last month. Ashleigh’s post was shared more than 1,500 times and has racked up almost 3,000 likes since it was shared on social media.

Dream factories! From a Rank Hovis flour mill to the Terry's Chocolate Orange building... the Victorian powerhouses of industry turned into luxury flats

***EXCLUSIVE*** This stunning two-bed apartment is not Terry’s, it’s yours, or at least it could be if you have £475k to purchase the property located in a former Terry’s Chocolate factory. Incredible images show the large building, car park and spectacular country views as well as the terrace. Other striking shots show the spacious living areas, modern kitchen and cosy bedrooms with large, sleek bathrooms also on offer. The two-bed apartment is located in The Residence, Bishopthorpe Road, York and is currently listed by Carter Jonas for £475k.

Fascinating pictures dispel the myth that Britain's Home Guard was full of pensioners as youthful volunteers are seen blowing up dummy tanks and learning to kill at close quarters

***EXCLUSIVE*** A fascinating new book explodes the myth that the Home Guard was a doddery, comical ‘Dad’s Army’ and instead shows a youthful, fighting force who were ready to sacrifice their lives should the Nazis storm the mainland. Stunning vintage photos show the gritty reality as combat-ready volunteers blow up a dummy tank with fiery Molotov cocktails, recruits learn how to kill at close quarters under the supervision of commando forces, and two brave members practice with a homemade ‘jam tin bomb’. The remarkable shots are included in historian Malcolm Atkin’s new book To the Last Man: The Home Guard in War and Popular Culture, a tribute to the brave men and women who went above and beyond to keep the country’s shores safe in wartime.