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Oregon parents who were elated to discover they were having twin girls with Down syndrome now spread their message of acceptance to other parents

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the amazing couple who were elated to discover they would be having twin girls regardless of their Down’s syndrome diagnosis and who are now spreading their message of acceptance to other parents. Stay-at-home mother, Rachael Prescott (29) and her husband, Cody Prescott (32) from Salem, Oregon, USA, have four beautiful children. Together they have two sons, Easton (5) and Hudson (3) and two very special 15-month-old twin girls, Annette who they call Nettie and Charlotte who is known as Lottie. At 15 weeks into her third pregnancy the couple found out that they were having twins. Cody was elated but Rachael felt unprepared as she knew there would be more monitoring and risks involved. They were told from ultrasounds that Lottie had a heart defect known as atrioventricular septal defect (AVSD) which affects the blood flow from the chambers. Although they were aware of a possible link between AVSD and Down’s syndrome, they decided to refuse further tests as it wouldn’t make any difference to the love they would have for their twins. The twins were born on February 1, 2018 and were diagnosed with Trisomy 21, the most common type of Down’s syndrome (DS). Nettie had an atrial septal defect (ASD) which is a small hole in the wall between the two upper chambers of the heart which healed on its own after she was born. However, Lottie had AVSD, and needed open heart surgery. The requirement for heart surgery was for her to weigh 12 lb or be six months old. Due to her heart condition she was unable to gain enough weight, so at just four months old she had to have an operation to close her PDA, sealing a persistent opening between the two major blood vessels leading from the heart. Having already undergone heart surgery with their son Hudson when he was two, they were nervous to repeat the experience again. 

Huntress mother straps her nine- month-old daughter to her back while she shoots animals with a bow and arrow - and has already bought her a 'cute' outfit for their expeditions

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the mum who has been hunting since she was just TEN and now hunts with her NINE-MONTH-OLD DAUGHTER in tow despite receiving backlash for her controversial hobby. Stay-at-home mum, Rebekah Stephens (30), from Ohio, USA, was just seven years old when she accompanied her dad on his hunt and fell in love with the traditional past-time. She grew up feeding on the spoils of the animals her dad would hunt, and she had her first hunt in 1999 when she was 10 years old. Over the years she has hunted deer, turkeys, rabbits and her largest kill has been a whitetail deer which weighed over 14st 4Ib, and she hunts with a bow and arrow. Her passion for hunting hasn’t diminished even when she became a mum to her nine-month-old baby, Isabella, in August 2018. Rebekah has taken Isabella along with her during her hunts since she was born and has even bought her a cute hunting outfit to wear. Her kills are used to eat or to be made into something like home décor or clothing as Rebekah tries to use as much of the animals as possible after her hunts. Some people have wished her ill health due to her hobby, but she has learned to ignore the comments.

Couple travel the world after saving £44k in less than a year

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the adventurous couple who gave up their worldly possessions to save almost FOURTY FOUR THOUSAND pounds in LESS THAN A YEAR and now spend their time spontaneously hopping from one country to the next with their two young daughters in tow – and although they were once STRANDED on an island during an earthquake they have no regrets. Early childhood educator, Gillian Harvey (31) and her electrician husband, Michael (32), moved from Dublin, Ireland to Perth, Australia for work and a better lifestyle in June 2012. They briefly returned to Ireland for their wedding in June 2013 before settling back to Australia and having two children Sophie (5) and Chloe (2). But then just over two years ago the couple decided to make huge adjustments to their spending to save a travel fund of £43,720 by downsizing their rented home, selling a car, ditching paid TV and watching their discretionary spending to be able to save money and travel the world with their two children. The family left Australia 14 months ago and have visited over 20 countries across the world including, Borneo, China, Japan, Maldives, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and the USA. The family share their extraordinary journey on their Instagram and got the inspiration for their handle, @WhereAreWeGoingTomorrowTravel, because they tend to spontaneously decide the day before, or even on the day, where they will go next and their daughter Sophie is always asking them this every night.

Meet the woman who wears nappies 24 hours a day and lives life as a three-year-old

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the incontinent university student who wears NAPPIES TWENTY-FOUR HOURS A DAY and lives HALF of her life as a THREE-YEAR-OLD BABY to escape the pressures of being an adult. University student, Camille Lola (21), from Saxon, Switzerland, who was born male, couldn’t keep food down as a child without having diarrhoea, which lead to accidents throughout high school. She would feel isolated with no friends due to her condition, so when she hit puberty, she decided to relive her childhood through ‘little life’, a community for adult baby diaper lovers (ABDL). She would spend each night in her home living as a three-year-old baby, complete with a dummy and nappy. As she experienced a lonely childhood, she wanted to ‘correct’ her life by re-living her former self as an adult. While her close friends and family have accepted her hobby, her extended family have called her crazy and said that she needs to stop. When she was 18 years old, she first started to identify as female after initially thinking she was bisexual and gender fluid. A year later she asked her friends to call her Camille and treat her like a girl. She has since undergone hormone treatments and plans to get surgery next year to fully transition to female.

Sedated mum heard final goodbyes from her family but could not respond

***EXCLUSIVE*** MISSOURI, USA: This mum had to HEAR HER FAMILY SAY THEIR FINAL GOODBYES whilst heavily sedated, then have ALL her TOES, parts of her FINGERS and her WHOLE HAND amputated and was in hospital for FORTY-SIX DAYS after she went into SEPTIC SHOCK from pneumonia that she didn’t even know she had. Mum of two, Racheal Acuff (32) from Missouri, USA, drove herself to hospital on June 19, 2018 after noticing blood in her urine which indicated a kidney infection but when she arrived her health quickly deteriorated within the space of 12 hours. Doctors tried to take her blood pressure, but it was almost too low to register at 43/13 and Racheal was quickly moved into a room on her own where they started to run tests before being moved to another unit. This is the last thing Racheal remembers as she was then sedated for three weeks. During this time, Racheal’s family were called into the hospital to say their final goodbyes, which she could hear but not respond to due to sedation as doctors expected the worst, but to their surprise Racheal came round weeks later and was shocked when her mum told her that she had septic shock from pneumonia which she had no symptoms of prior other than tiredness and a kidney infection. Racheal also had disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), a blood clotting disorder common in sepsis patients, toxic shock syndrome (TSS) from an unknown source and her kidneys were not working so she was put on dialysis. She was put on a ventilator to aid her breathing, had a feeding tube and IVs for her antibiotics to fight the infection and for a blood transfusion. After hearing her family say their last goodbyes to her, Racheal decided that she was not ready to die and despite being initially surprised when she woke up, made it her mission to get better for herself and her boyfriend, Taylor (36) and daughters, Eden (13) and Reagan (9). Racheal was in an intensive care unit for 38 days before being moved to a step down unit for a further eight days and spending two-weeks at an inpatient rehabilitation facility where she learnt to walk again and she went home in August. Since returning home, Racheal has had surgeries to amputate her fingers, toes and hand which were left damaged from her illness and although her recovery has been incredibly tough, she says it has shown her a strength she never knew she had and has taught her to appreciate everything in life.

Vintage photographs show Buddhist monks, traditional hunters and even a boat race from Myanmar’s days as a British colony

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stunning, exquisitely detailed photos capture what life was like in South East Asia under British Rule over a century ago. Burma, which became Myanmar since 1989, was a British colony from 1824 to 1948 when the country was granted independence after the turbulence of the Second World War. Remarkable images taken by German photographer Adolphe Philip Klier circa 1900 lend a fascinating insight to how the country and its people operated at the turn of the 19th Century.

Millions of Muslims hit the seas, tracks and roads as they head home to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with their families to mark the end of Ramadan

Millions of Muslims across the globe hit the seas, tracks and roads today as they prepared to head home to celebrate Eid al-Fitr. Incredible photos show desperate travellers clambering on to the roof of a train packed to the rafters in Bangladesh, while shots from Pakistan feature beauticians applying henna designs to rows of women. Eid al-Fitr, or the Festival of Breaking the Fast, marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month in which Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset. The dates of the month change based on the sightings of the new moon by local religious authorities, meaning the exact dates, and its duration - which is 29 to 30 days - change by area. In the lead up to Eid traffic jams are common across Muslim-majority countries as families hurry to get home for the celebrations. Some countries have national holidays for Eid, which falls on the first day of the month after Ramadan, known as Shawwal.

D-Day veterans land in France: Former servicemen and woman travel to beach battlefields 75 years on from incredible invasion for nine-day tour

Dozens of D-Day veterans arrived at Normandy today declaring their pride in having guaranteed Britain's safety for future generations 75 years after the historic mission. A group of 32 former servicemen set off from Portsmouth on board Brittany Ferries ship MV Mont St Michel yesterday afternoon, following the Fred Olsen Boudicca that journeyed from Dover to Dunkirk. They had set sail in time to reach Caen, Normandy in time for Thursday, which marks exactly 75 years since the Allied forces landed on the beaches. The voyage was part of a nine-day trip with charity D-Day Revisited, which will take the veterans, along with nearly 70 friends and family, around different commemorations of the 75th anniversary of the landings in Normandy.

Largest sandcastle in the world

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Binz: Sculptors are working on the sculpture "Largest sandcastle in the world" (aerial photograph with a drone) on the grounds of the sand sculpture festival in Binz on the island of Rügen. As the initiators announced, the technical preparations for this began in May. The team wants to use more than 11,000 tons of pressed sand for the giant work of art with a planned height of 17.5 meters to the sand castle. On 05.06.2019 the record judges of "Guinness World Records" are supposed to take over the construction.

Ryanair passenger left with ‘horrendous burns and blisters’ after flight attendant accidentally drops boiling water on him

***EXCLUSIVE*** A budget airline has been blasted for its treatment of a man who was left with horrific burns after boiling water was poured over him by a member of staff. Thomas McNab, 49, was flying home from Fara, Portugal, when he was accidentally scalded by a member of the Ryanair cabin crew. But his horrified partner, Tonina Ciantar, claims staff failed to administer appropriate first aid and left him blistering as she watched on helplessly. Thomas was left "screaming" when staffed spilt boiling water on him, causing horrendous burns and blistering to his ankles.