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A wannabe Disney princess is cheering herself up in lockdown - by dressing up as a different character each day with only the clothes in her house

***EXCLUSIVE*** Isabel Burrows, 22, has loved all things Disney for as long as she can remember and wanted to set herself the task to become as many characters as possible. So far she has picked up Mary Poppins' umbrella, stepped into Cruella's shoes, swam as Ariel and put on Smee's costume. She has also donned outfits for Peter Pan and John Darling, Alice in Wonderland's Alice, The Princess and the Frog's Tiana, and Beauty and the Beast's Belle. She said: "I have been obsessed with Disney for as long as I can remember.

A kind-hearted 26-year-old dad donated his kidney to a stranger in desperate need - after getting the idea while doing the WASHING UP

***EXCLUSIVE*** Joe Walsh was scrubbing the dishes when by chance he heard a radio interview with a donor speaking about how brilliant their own experience was. The support worker says he was "inspired" by the story and shocked to hear how "simple" and "easy" the process of donating is. He said: "I decided there and then while I was doing the washing up that it was something I wanted to do, I was intent from that point."

Making a splash! Luxury three-bedroom canal boat with kitchen, bathroom and a roof terrace for entertaining is yours for £117,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A British company is selling a range of luxury, environmentally-friendly floating homes which are set to turn heads on our waterways. Waterlodge Five is 39ft long, 16ft wide and has three bedrooms, a galley kitchen, a bathroom and a living area. There is a roof terrace which is ideal for entertaining, as well as a deck area. The boat has thermal insulation and double glazed windows, with the option of adding solar panels to make it electricity self-sufficient. The pleasure craft was hand built in Poland and is on the market with Whyboats, of Southampton, Hants, for just over £117,000, who say it is ideal for city workers who want to disappear to the country at the weekend, retired couples who want to explore and even as an eye-catching student pad.

Classic motorcycle ridden by George Lazenby to the set of his only James Bond film goes on sale for £30,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A classic motorcycle that George Lazenby used to ride to the set of his only James Bond film has emerged for sale for £30,000. Australian Lazemby bought the 1969 BSA Rocket III from new and rode it on his daily commute to Pinewood Studios near Slough in Berks. The actor played 007 in On Her Majestyís Secret Service and during filming he lived in a flat around 17 miles away in Bayswater, London.

Nine portraits of the Queen aged 37 taken in 1963 for Canadian bank notes have emerged on sale for £3,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A set of nine original portrait photos of the Queen which were used for a bank note have emerged for sale for £3,000. Each photo shows Elizabeth II posed from left to right wearing a diamond tiara with matching earrings and necklace. The portraits, taken by court photographer Anthony Buckley in 1963, were adopted in the design of the Canadian currency. He took a range of photos of the monarch at different angles to get the best chance of one being approved.

Beak of nature: Couple nickname Blue Tit with an enormous oversized bill 'Pinocchio' after it becomes a regular visitor to their garden

***EXCLUSIVE*** Photographer and bird-watcher Phil Pickin took the pictures as the bird snacked on live meal worms from a glass bowl in his garden in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, on April 4. Phil chose to photograph wildlife at home in light of government instructions against non-essential travel during the coronavirus lockdown.  Phil said: “I nicknamed him because of the deformity to the upper mandible of his beak.”

Breathtaking explosion of tulips erupt over a German field marking the much-anticipated arrival of spring

***EXCLUSIVE*** A breathtaking sea of blooming tulips have come to life across a field in Germany signalling the much-awaited arrival of spring. The explosion of colour, which took form across a field in the town of Grevenbroich, in North Rhine-Westphalia, was admired by avid nature lovers from all over the district who flocked to the picturesque field to absorb its natural beauty. Aerial images taken by drone showed row upon row of the eye-catching flowers, which are typically red, pink, yellow or white, basking in the sunshine across the field's vast 100 hectares of land. On Sunday, scenes showed nature lovers walking through the colourful display of flowers to pose in front of the  a rare sight. The western German state, which is famed for its nature reserves, has also become known for offering one of the largest cultivation areas in the whole of Germany with six farmers in the district breeding and harvesting the exquisite array of tulips. Tulips, which are usually planted in autumn before the ground freezes, were originally found in southern Europe and Central Asia before they were cultivated across the world through various breeding programmes and are now popular as ornamental garden plants or cut flowers.