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Bodybuilding grandmother, 48, with 17 inch biceps was 'shy and awkward' before weightlifting finally gave her confidence

***EXCLUSIVE*** CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO, CANADA: This gran of three loves her impressive FOURTEEN STONE muscular physique and SEVENTEEN INCH BICEPS but insists that it isn’t harder to achieve these results after having children but hopes to be able to inspire others to do what makes them happy. Correctional officer, fascial stretch therapist and personal trainer, Robin Hillis (48) from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, had always been sporty and into fitness and participated in most sports at school. When Robin left high school in 1989, she joined a gym to maintain her fitness and soon fell in love with bodybuilding. Before taking up the sport Robin was shy but bodybuilding gave her a new lease of life and in 1993 and weighing 9st 9lb, she competed in her first bodybuilding competition and placed second. Robin kept in shape during and after her pregnancies with her daughters, Katey (23) and Courtney (21) who, along with Robin’s grandchildren, Abel (3), Avianna (2) and Wynter (1) are her biggest supporters and encourage her to be the best she can be. Robin juggled motherhood and bodybuilding around her children as they grew up and they loved to watch her in competitions and cheer her on from the side lines. The gran of three receives largely positive reactions to her impressive physique and she says that having children shouldn’t make it harder to achieve such results. In 2014, Robin earnt her IFBB pro card and she now competes in the professional league all over the world. She now weighs 14st 4lb at 5ft 9in and sports 17in biceps, trains six days a week when prepping for a show and five days a week in off-season. Robin competes twice a year and says that bodybuilding has taught her self-belief.

Woman, 23, who met her 69-year-old real estate mogul boyfriend on Tinder insists it was 'destiny'

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the couple with a FORTY-SIX YEAR AGE GAP who MATCHED ON TINDER and claim that it was LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. In May 2018, business owner, Najee Martin (23) from Kingston, Jamaica, and real estate owner, Charles Sciberras (69) from Valletta, Malta, both swiped right on Tinder and after messaging each other for a while, they felt an instant connection. Charles and Najee, who currently reside in New York, USA, both came from humble backgrounds and worked their way up their career ladders to get to where they are today, and their mutual ambition sent sparks flying between them. Charles then whisked Najee away to the Hamptons for their first date and they?ve been inseparable ever since. Despite their families being sceptical about their relationship at first, they insist that it was destiny that they found each other. They have since been meeting up six days a week.

Open for business! Bar in China sparks outrage with entrance resembling a woman’s private parts

***EXCLUSIVE*** A bar in China has sparked outrage and been heavily fined by authorities after turning its entrance into a “MASSIVE VAGINA” last week. The owners of GT Bar in Jianxu province in Ningdu County, China caused scandal after they decorated the venue’s entrance with a pair of inflatable women’s legs placed on either side of a pink tunnel-like door – making it look as though a woman was spreading her legs to reveal her private parts. The photos of the X-rated entrance have gone sensationally viral on Chinese social media network, Weibo and the images were so explicit that local media outlets in China had to censor them. GT Bar constructed the bizarre entrance on 11 November for “Singles Day” – China’s largest 24-hour shopping event. But the vagina-like décor was seized and destroyed by Ningdu County authorities just eight hours later when it sparked immediate backlash online.

A pair of gold-plated stilettos encrusted with two thousand diamonds can be snapped up by well-heeled buyers - for an eye-watering £300,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** British designer Christopher Shellis, 53, spent two years crafting the luxury shoes which are made from 18 carat white and yellow gold.  The "Angel Wing stilettos" also boast two thousand 16 carat diamonds with straps featuring gold fleur de lys.  Chris, who runs House of Borgezie, which is based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, has previously sold footwear to Beyonce.  The pop megastar purchased a pair of diamond studded stilettos for £200,000 - but his latest creation will set back super-rich buyers a further £100,000.  It means they cost more than a brand new Rolls Royce and are £65,000 more expensive than the average UK house price.

KGB house up for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** A house that played a part in one of the biggest British spy mysteries of the Cold War has gone up for sale offering potential buyers the chance to own a unique slice of history. Brankesmere was the scene of a shadowy meeting between UK police and Russian secret agents amid a row over the disapperance of a Royal Navy diver. Lionel 'Buster' Crabb went missing in 1956 in Portsmouth Harbour while warships from the Soviet Union were moored there during a visit by then communist leader Nikita Khruschev. Spycatcher Peter Wright later claimed that Crabb had been on an MI6 mission to inspect the propellor of one of the vessels and that he must have been caught and killed by Russian sailors.

After 75 years, son can thank father’s saviour

***EXCLUSIVE*** Today, we might think of spending a few months in a world heritage site in Southern Italy as an enormous privilege. During the Second World War, however, it was anything but, as Marcus Binney explains as he tells the tale of his father's escape from the most notorious Prisoner of War camp in Italy. „My father had been captured behind enemy lines in Libya in January 1942, when serving with the Long Range Desert Group, forerunner of the SAS. Soon, he was interned in Campo 35, the Certosa di Padula south of Naples (not to be confused with the Charterhouses at Pavia and Parma). He wrote that ‘it was probably the most beautiful pow camp in Europe set in a fruitful shining valley surrounded by mountains… a large building with honey coloured walls and of old and lichened tiles’, built on a grid-iron plan in honour of its patron saint, St Lawrence. Today, the monastery is a World Heritage Site open to the public all year.”