Ha nem jelenik meg rendesen kattintson ide!

The teenager with vanishing bones

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, ILLINOIS, USA: Due to an incredibly rare condition, a teenager's bones are quite literally vanishing. Born with a disease that means her body slowly absorbs the calcium designated for her bones, Natalia Villegas' bones are slowly disappearing. Natalia, 14, wasn't diagnosed with Idiopathic Multicentric Osteolysis, or IMO, until she was two-year-old; so little is known about IMO - there are only 100 known cases in the world - that there is currently no cure. Also referred to as the "vanishing bone disease", Natalia admits she is in constant pain but won't let that stop her from living as full and independent a life as possible.

Passengers boarding their train were greeted with a stunning flower display

***EXCLUSIVE*** A cascade of purple and pink hydrangea, wisteria and fresh sea lavender lined the walls of the carriage filling the air with the aroma of fresh spring blossom. More than 3,000 flowers in total were installed on the 43 seat, 23-metre long carriage. Heathrow Express commissioned the on-board flower show to celebrate the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show which begins. A spokesperson for Heathrow Express said: “The duration of our transfer service is just 15 minutes so we wanted to make an instant impression on customers departing from and arriving in the UK. “The Chelsea Flower Show is one of the biggest events of the year but not everyone gets the chance to experience it so we wanted to give travellers a little taster. “And we’re delighted to say the reaction of customers has been blooming marvellous.”

Stunning photos of an international photography award

***EXCLUSIVE*** Portraits of actor Sir Ian McKellen and artist Grayson Perry have been shortlisted in an international photography prize. The British Journal of Photography and 1854 competition OpenWalls Arles is aimed at creating opportunities for emerging and established artists. This year's theme is Home and Away and urged participants to capture a sense of 'belonging, escapism and identity'. Photographer Frederic Aranda captured Sir Ian, who played wizard Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings film, wrapped in a large grey duvet while standing on a balcony overlooking the Thames.

Porsche auction at Sotheby's

A 1939 Porsche Type 64, the oldest car to wear a Porsche badge, on display at Sotheby's Gallery in London. The car is the only surviving Type 64 and is expected to fetch in excess of 20 million US Dollars when it goes up for auction this August in California.

Victoria: Woman and Crown exhibition

Explore Queen Victoria’s private life behind her carefully-managed public image in Victoria: Woman and Crown, a major new exhibition at Kensington Palace. The new display, created to mark the 200th anniversary of Victoria's birth, will re-examine how she balanced her role as a wife and mother with that of Queen of an expanding empire.