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The 4ft model with dwarfism

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE LONDON, UK: A four-feet model with dwarfism has started a career in modelling in an attempt to promote body positivity for people with dwarfism and other physical conditions. Fatima Timbo, from Kent, UK, has the most common form of dwarfism, called achondroplasia that affects around 250,000 people worldwide. Fatima started modelling in 2017 and has since gained more than 38,000 followers on Instagram. The 22-year-old was intensively bullied while in high school but says that in the last couple of years her confidence has soared, and she no longer cares about negative comments. Instead, the young woman embraces her condition and helps to inspire others to feel comfortable in their own skin.

Woman, 27, who was born without her right leg and spent YEARS avoiding the gym reveals how she 'fell in love' with BOXING

***EXCLUSIVE*** PENNSYLVANIA, USA: This woman was born WITHOUT A LEG and she spent years too afraid to work out in front of others because of her disability, until discovering BOXING and establishing a genuine talent for the sport which has seen her confidence soar. Operations director, Amy Bream (27) from Pennsylvania, USA, was born with a proximal focal femoral deficiency (PFFD), meaning she was born without a right leg. Her parents had no idea that their daughter had the deficiency and were incredibly shocked when Amy was born. Throughout her childhood, Amy’s parents encouraged her not to be deterred by her limb deficiency and she was already learning to walk in her first prosthetic leg at just a year old. From a young age, Amy learnt not to see her prosthetic as a hinderance and refused to see it as an excuse not to achieve something.  Unfortunately, as Amy grew older, she became more self-conscious of her body which led her to be reluctant to train in public. During school, Amy hated PE classes, as she assumed she wouldn’t be very good. Amy’s decreasing self-confidence started to affect her whole life, including her relationships because she didn’t believe that any man could find her attractive. Amy shied away from the gym and she didn’t want to ask her physiotherapist about different kind of prosthetics designed for sports as she couldn’t see beyond her disability. After moving to Nashville in 2014, one of Amy’s friends introduced her to TITLE Boxing, which focuses on cardio boxing and kickboxing classes. Her nerves soon transformed to joy when she learnt that she was good at the sport and she started working with a personal trainer. Kickboxing has enabled Amy to embrace her body and her confidence has continued to climb since. Amy hopes to show others not to be put off by their prosthetic and that a limb deficiency shouldn’t have an impact on their confidence.

Woman sheds 4.5st following devastating osteoarthritis diagnosis

***EXCLUSIVE*** LONDON, UK: This woman has lost four-and-a-half stone after she piled on the pounds following an osteoarthritis diagnosis when her doctor told her to stop exercising, warning she would no longer be able to walk by THIRTY-FIVE if she carried on ‚Äď but she‚Äôs since gone against this advice and says hitting the gym has relieved her painful symptoms. Self-employed personal trainer, Athena Parnell (32) from London, UK, always struggled with poor body image growing up and thought she was bigger than she was. She was diagnosed with osteoarthritis 10-years-ago after she started to experience pain in her knees whilst kickboxing. Athena‚Äôs doctor advised her to stop exercising and warned that if she carried on kickboxing twice a week, she wouldn‚Äôt be able to walk by the time she reached 35. Athena accepted her doctor‚Äôs advice and stopped exercising but carried on eating big portions, snacking on chocolate and indulging in three course meals whenever she ate out, eating anywhere between 3,000 and 6,000 calories a day. Before long, Athena‚Äôs osteoarthritis pain got worse as her weight increased and she struggled to get out of bed some days. At 16st 11lb and a UK size 22 and feeling miserable with how she looked whilst realising that she was never big growing up, Athena decided in September 2015 that she had to start exercising again and went against her doctor‚Äôs advice. Now Athena works out six days a week in the gym and is a svelte 12st 3lb and a UK size 10 to 12, consuming between 1,500 and 2,500 calories a day. Since her weight loss, Athena has noticed an improvement in her osteoarthritis and only ever experiences pain after a particularly heavy workout and has trained to be a personal trainer, specialising in working with clients with injuries and joint pain.

A daredevil stands on the edge of a 170ft-high waterfall to take in the incredible views

***EXCLUSIVE*** Aerial photographs capture the woman braving freezing cold temperature to bath on top of the 'frozen' waterfall in natural rock pools. Thrill-seeker Milena Yordanova, 25, can also be seen admiring the breathtaking views by standing on edge of Hierve el Agua, near Oaxaca City in Mexico. The natural rock formations are called 'petrified' waterfalls as the process which causes them to look frozen is known as petrification.

These stunning aerial pictures show a large scale 3D map of Scotland - the biggest one of its kind in the world

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Great Polish Map of Scotland was the brainchild of Second World War veteran Jan Tomasik, built between 1974 and 1979. Covering an area of 1,590 square metres, it is the largest physical three-dimensional map of a country in the world and is a category B listed building. Located in the grounds of Barony Castle in Eddleston, Scottish Borders, the map measures 50 metres long and 40 metres wide and is surrounded by a 142 metre long perimeter wall.

The 10th Red Bull Ragnarok annual snowkite race

***EXCLUSIVE*** The skies above the stark wilderness of Scandinavia's biggest national park were filled with hundreds of colourful snowkites for the Red Bull Ragnarok annual race. The stunning images show hundreds of snowkites floating above the stark frozen plateau. This year 250 participants from 30 different nations tackled the gruelling five-lap course which was held in Hardangervidda National Park for the 10th time.

A woman has been left with a wonky chest after TWO botched boob jobs at the same clinic meant doctors were forced to remove just one of the implants - leaving her with one B cup breast and the other a D cup

***EXCLUSIVE*** Holly McCulloch, 28, booked in with a clinic in Turkey after feeling depressed with her natural breasts when she saw an ad on Instagram for the 'boutique cosmetic surgery company' in July 2018. She booked a breast enlargement with the company a few days later, reassured by celebrities on Instagram promoting the clinic. The total cost was £2,700 - including a five-day, all-inclusive stay at a shared villa with other patients as part of a package deal.