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The mum of showjumping twins has bred 'twin' foals - created in essentially the exact same way her IVF daughters were conceived themselves

***EXCLUSIVE*** Daisy and Issy James-Wright, eight, are already talented riders who compete are part of the national team, and have been dubbed 'ones to watch'. Their mum Katherine James, 47, wondered how they would afford to buy two identical top quality horses when the girls get bigger, and outgrow their current ponies. So she bred two embryo transfer foals from her former top ride - using frozen sperm, artificially inseminated into the same pony twice, creating two embryos which were removed and put into separate surrogate mums.

An inspirational seven-year-old who nearly had to have his legs amputated as a baby has defied doctors expectations to become a champion go-carter

***EXCLUSIVE*** Matt Knoesen was born with a clubfoot on both legs that left his feet turned inwards and as a toddler could barely stand up. Medics warned Matt's parents he would never be able to walk or crawl, leaving mum Kerry and dad Gavin, facing the heart-breaking possibility of doctors amputating his lower legs. But after defying the odds, the plucky seven-year-old, who is a formidable go-kart racer, now dreams of being a Formula 1 driver and his family are determined to help make it happen. Pictures of Matt Knoesen carting at competitions this month and in May and Matt as a toddler on his walking frame and behind the wheel as a baby.

An adorable five-year-old lad on the organ waiting list who dreams of becoming an astronaut is ready for takeoff - after his grandad built him an epic ROCKET SHIP bed

***EXCLUSIVE*** Passionate Patrick Askham was bed-bound in hospital when SpaceX launched in late May and the little lad was left completely amazed. He was glued to the TV screen as the spaceship soared into the atmosphere and he decided to change course in his life and was determined to become an astronaut. Following the launch he asked grandad Garry Wilson, 55, if he could have a rocket ship bed.

Some of the winners in an international water photography competition

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stark images of people climbing onto buses and cars submerged in flood water to save themselves during monsoons in Mumbai, a child hunting for an octopus in India, as well as violence during human rights protests in Iraq were also featured in the contest. Australian photographer Jasmine Carey scooped the grand prize of $120,000 with her shot documenting the amazing moment a Humpback Whale slept beside her two-week-old baby in Tonga in the South Pacific. Another of the winners of the Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) included photographs of Indonesian fishermen hunting for sharks to harvest their fins, Christian rituals in Ethiopia and children playing during a downpour in India. The competition, which began in 2011, was started by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum - the crown prince of Dubai and brother of Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Model maker spends 12 weeks painstakingly creating incredible 30ft replica of Bath's Royal Crescent at Devon model village during lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** An impressive 30ft model inspired by the iconic Bath Royal Crescent will welcome visitors back to a popular model village after three months of closure. The large and intricate model is the newest exhibition added at Babbacombe Model Village in Torquay, Devon, which is set to reopen on July 4. The fibreglass building has taken a team of four 12 weeks to construct and the finishing touches and figures are still to be added over the next few weeks, as the attraction's figure maker was furloughed because of the Coronavirus pandemic. First the team made a silicone mould which they then fill and the model then has to be painted by hand, colour-washed to age it and all the details like street lights and fences are handmade.

Me old china – “exquisite” 18th century Chinese vase sells for over £2.2m

***EXCLUSIVE*** An exquisite 18th century Chinese vase has sold for over £2.2million after sparking a bidding war. The gold-yellow 10ins bottle-shaped porcelain vase with a narrow neck was made during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor. It is decorated with lotus flowers, with handles fashioned in the form of gold enameled dragons. Crucially, the antique carries the emperor's six character seal mark in red on its base.

The daughter of The Apprentice star has set up her own business and already made over £1,000 - despite being just 11-years-old

***EXCLUSIVE*** Young Maia Wain has been baking for as long as she remembers and specialises in brownies, cupcakes, and sponges. Following in her mother's footsteps, she decided to turn her passion into a business and is now selling her goods under the name Maia Bakes. The youngster from Plymouth, Devon, has already made her first £1,000 which she intends to reinvest - and when she is old enough she hopes to open a fully-fledged bakery.

Meet the baby left with a zip-like scar on his stomach after undergoing the UK’s first surgery to save his sole kidney and complete an aortic bypass in a last-ditch effort to save his life

***EXCLUSIVE*** Little Ivor Jeffrey now two, underwent a 12-hour operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London in December 2019 after his parents were told his survival rate was minimal without a functioning kidney.  After he lost a kidney aged one in 2017, his second had very little blood supply and as a result his blood pressure was extremely high.   Doctors determined that a unique and never-before tried operation was necessary to complete an aortic bypass in an effort to save Ivor and give him a meaningful life.

Two Glastonbury superfans have recreated the epic festival in their garden - complete with sound stages, homemade signs and wristbands

***EXCLUSIVE*** Russ Gillard created the home festival, named Glasthomebury, with his wife, Katie, both 37, after the real thing was cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic. They pulled out all the stops and had music and even a cider bar in their home in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. One of the main acts was their six-year-old son, Noah, who played hits on his trusty ukulele.

Wedding event at the alpaca stud

Lower Saxony, Langenhagen: Sina and Marcel Reichardt, a wedding couple from Wedemark, are standing in a pasture with the alpacas Kiowa (l) and Nacho. The couple has booked a wedding event at an alpaca stud farm and will celebrate the civil wedding ceremony with the animals.

These incredible pictures show a giant heart that a farmer dad carved in a field for his son's school project

***EXCLUSIVE*** Henry Nutland, seven, was given a homework project about love in which he had to make a heart of some description. Instead of making one out of paper, young Henry turned to his dad, Oliver, for help - and the pair set out into a field with their tractor and a rake, Oliver said it took him about ten minutes to make the huge heart in the field in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire.

This Lamborghini could become the most expensive car ever sold on Bring a Trailer

***EXCLUSIVE*** For supercar collectors, there's perhaps nothing more coveted than a Lamborghini Miura, and a mint condition example is now up for sale on Bring a Trailer. The 1968 model - surviving more than half a century - arrives in a restored „Verde Miura” green color with custom blue interior leather. Engine-wise, the supercar acquires a rebuilt 3.9L quad-cam V12 engine that also adopts an updated semi-sump oil lubrication system. A limited-slip differential is another addition to the 52-year-old Miura, along with a rebuilt 5-speed manual transmission. The car itself - which is supposedly limited to only 750 examples in existence. Auction as today: 800.000 Dollars.

From a risqué maid to a military playsuit: Sketches go on sale revealing the VERY racy costumes worn by 1960s showgirls at the cabaret

***EXCLUSIVE*** Original costume designs for risque outfits worn by the likes of Christine Keeler at the exclusive cabaret club where she worked when she met John Profumo are being sold. The drawings show the skimpy costumes the showgirls wore to please the mainly male clientele of Murray's Cabaret Club in London's Soho in the 1950s and '60s. They left little to the imagination. Many were flimsy, see-through garments while one outfit consisted of nothing but a silk open gown with a pair of red lips stuck on the model to cover her modesty. The designs are being sold at auctioneers Bonhams.

Couple transform derelict turkey barn into £2.5m superhome with hot tub and six-car garage

***EXCLUSIVE*** A former turkey barn that has been transformed into a stunning home has gone on sale for £2.5m. Copperkins Barn, which sits in nine acres of land in Buckinghamshire, has five bedrooms and four bathrooms and the new owner will also acquire a cedar-wood hot-tub as well as a bespoke designer kitchen. The property has a separate building with guest accommodation and office space as well as a six-car garage. The current owners, a designer and a City worker, bought the property six years ago after it had been converted from being a farm building which housed turkeys.

Rock and rollin' in it! Artist who designed Led Zeppelin's iconic debut album cover for £60 sells his original tracing for £260,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** An artist who was paid £60 to produce the iconic cover for Led Zeppelin's debut album has sold his original tracing drawing for it for £260,000. George Hardie's stipple tracing of the Hindenburg Zeppelin airship disaster became one of the famous pieces of art work in rock and roll history. He used the stipple tracing technique - marking a work with small black dots - to create an image similar to a low-resolution newsprint photo. It was used on the cover of Led Zeppelin's self-titled 1969 first album.

Neville the pig finds new home after five years at rescue centre

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 'micro' pig that had to be given up by his owner when he grew too big has finally found a new home - five years later. Neville, a cross between a Kune Kune and a Vietnamese pot bellied pig, was abandoned at seven-months-old when he proved too big to handle. He had been at the Margaret Green Animal Rescue centre in Church Knowle, Dorset, since 2015.

Asian Giant Hornets invade the action figure world for 105,99 dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Asian Giant Hornet has just been made into a collectible figure. This Giant Hornet (scientific name: Vespa mandarinia) aka the Murder Hornet is known for its size and powerful sting. This highly-articulated figure features moving antennae, a hidden stinger, moveable wings, and assorted legs for various poses. The plastic RevoGeo figure by KAIYODO sits at 7.09 inches in length and comes with a display stand. Price: 105.99 Dollars.

Terraced home on sale hides back garden exotic enough for a holiday escape

***EXCLUSIVE*** An end-of-terrace house that has its own swimming pool has gone on sale for £2m. Despite being in London's East End, the Grade II-listed property has a Far Eastern-themed garden and the heated outdoor pool. The five-bedroom home is in Bow Road, where notorious gangster the Krays ran a nightclub in the 1950s, and the area is still popular with celebrities today.

Beatrix Potter showed her disdain for 'vulgar' cocktail parties during World War II in 1943 postcard to a friend

***EXCLUSIVE*** A letter from children's writer Beatrix Potter voicing her disdain at 'vulgar' wartime cocktail parties has come to light. The author was proud to do her bit for the war effort and saw her Lake District farm turned over for food production for the government. But the Peter Rabbit creator clearly felt other well-to-do people in her community were not pulling their weight. She summoned the grouchy spirit of her famous villain Mr McGregor to rail against some of them hosting lavish social events at the height of the Second World War.

Manchester United favourite Norman Whiteside is auctioning off his medals and memorabilia to try and raise £140,000 for retirement

***EXCLUSIVE*** Former record-breaking footballer Norman Whiteside is selling his medals and memorabilia for £140,000 to top up his pension. The ex-Manchester United and Northern Ireland star said his 'small pension' from his footballing career has led him to sell his medals, caps and shirts. Whiteside made his debut for Man Utd aged just 16 and in 1982 he broke Pele's record of becoming the youngest player to appear in a World Cup aged 17 years and 41 days. The attacking-midfielder was also United's youngest ever captain, aged 20. But the 55-year-old's career only lasted nine years before he retired through injury. The auction, comprising 60 lots, is being held by Ewbank's, of Woking, Surrey.