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World's most expensive coronavirus face mask worth $1.5 million

***EXCLUSIVE*** Israeli jewelry company Yvel is creating what it believes is the world’s most expensive coronavirus face mask, the New York Post reports. Valued at $1.5 million, the mask is crafted from gold and diamonds. Yvel is making the face mask for an undisclosed buyer in the United States. Upon requesting the accessory, the client had three demands: the mask must incorporate the top-rated N99 filters, be completed by the end of the year, and be the most expensive in the world. The lavish mask is made from 18-karat white gold, with 3,600 white and black diamonds, and features N99 filters to protect from airborne particles. Due to the implementation of such gems, the covering weighs a little over half a pound.

At age 46, I earn over $1,000 a day as a webcam model

***EXCLUSIVE*** SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, USA: SINCE this sexy housewife became a cam girl she's been bombarded with attention from men the same age as her son - but insists her husband doesn't mind. Housewife and cam model, Ainslee Divine (46), from Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, has always been business-savvy. Several years after leaving college, Ainslee built up her own million-dollar real estate company, but it wasn’t until she passed the milestone of turning 40 that she found her true calling. In 2016, several producers approached the glamourous mum of one and asked if she’d ever considered camming work. It’s not something that Ainslee had ever considered but intrigued by the opportunity, she acquired some equipment and went live with her first cam session in October of that year. It’s no surprise that Ainslee attracts plenty of male attention. Three quarters of her demographic are aged between 18 and 44 - some the same age as Ainslee’s son (23). Whilst out with her family, Ainslee certainly turns heads and she’s often caught wives shouting at their husbands for looking in her direction. On Instagram, fans have branded Ainslee a „sensual goddess”, and „the hottest girl I’ve ever seen”. Ainslee’s cam clients share the same devotion. One regular client pays Ainslee Ł6.90 ($9) a minute to do the whole cam session with the webcam in or next to her mouth as he likes to watch her teeth. Despite the undeniable attention, both Ainslee’s son and Jeff (52), are proud of the mum’s achievements. Earning almost three times as much as she did as a realtor, Ainslee is free to set her own hours and indulge in the odd splurge - including a Porsche 911 Turbo S Convertible worth at least Ł165,000. Since becoming a cam girl, Ainslee has spent Ł22,900 ($30,000) on breast surgery increasing her breast size from a 32B to a 32G, but has predominantly maintained her youthful physique through exercise and a healthy lifestyle.

Stunning images show Suri tribeswomen who slice their lips aged 12 so they can insert lip plates to attract a husband

***EXCLUSIVE*** ETHIOPIA: STUNNING images have captured the women of the Suri tribe who wear lip plates measuring up to sixteen inches as a symbol of beauty. Stunning photos revealed matriarchs clad with clay plates as they posed for portraits, with one taking hers off to display her stretched lips after years of wearing the device. Another photo showed an old woman smoking a bong-like apparatus whilst wearing a ten-inch lip plate. Photographer Raúl Barrero (39), from Alicante, Spain visited the villagers that live in Kibish, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Raúl used a Canon EOS 5D Mark III to capture the tribe that are known for their intensely painful traditions and rituals.

This British K-pop star who famously spent almost ONE-HUNDRED-AND-FIFTY-THOUSAND-POUNDS on surgery to look like his BTS idol blames online trolls and bullies for his decision to go under the knife

***EXCLUSIVE*** K-pop singer and TV personality, Oli London (30) from London, UK, is known for having undergone 15 cosmetic surgery procedures and spending approximately £149,000 to look just like his ultimate idol, Korean popstar, Jimin of boyband BTS fame. Oli has undergone five rhinoplasties, chin bone contouring, mandible angle reduction, cheekbone reduction, gynecomastia, liposuction, areola correction, blepharoplasty, an eyebrow lift, vampire facials, skin whitening injections, and has filler and Botox topped up every three weeks in his quest to emulate Jimin’s iconic look. Behind the glitz and glamour of being the UK’s first K-popstar, Oli has revealed for the first time that he’s battled anorexia for most of his life. At school, cruel bullies would call Oli „fat” whenever he had PE lessons and would make fun of him for having „man boobs”- and the comments stuck with him into his adult life. Whilst living in Korea in 2013 and after his first cosmetic procedures, Oli was at the height of his struggle with anorexia which was fuelled by the bullying he suffered at school. During this time, Oli equated thinness with beauty because all of his favourite K-pop artists were super slim and this look was promoted as being normal for a man in Korea. Oli stopped eating almost completely and for a period of three months restricted his diet so much he’d only eat two small bowls of rice a day. At 5ft 11ins, Oli weighed just 8st 13lb. For the last few years Oli has been focusing on what makes him happy, and with his surgeries and ever growing fanbase, he has grown in confidence and now weighs a healthy 10st 9lb thanks to a balanced vegetarian diet and three meals a day. Despite this, Oli receives thousands of hateful messages every day from trolls who call him „ugly” and „fat” with one of his music videos receiving over 42,000 hateful comments alone but listening to his favourite band BTS keeps Oli positive when he is down. Oli hopes that by sharing his emotional story he’ll be able to encourage the trolls to be kind.

The artist-designed face masks supporting Los Angeles’s Museum of Contemporary Art

***EXCLUSIVE*** Given the importance of face masks in preventing the spread of coronavirus, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles has released a series of limited-production, artist-designed face masks to make the experience of art accessible and encourage the urgency of contemporary expression. The masks were designed by nine artists, including Virgil Abloh, Barbara Kruger, Yoko Ono, Hank Willis Thomas and The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts. Retailing for 28 Dollars each. All nine of the masks, plus a special MOCA face covering, can be purchased for 280 Dollars.

Easy rider – OAP gets new lease of life with Harley style scooter

***EXCLUSIVE*** An old-aged motorcyclist has kept his passion alive after taking delivery of a Harley Davidson-style mobility scooter. Thomas Kemp, 93, has owned bikes throughout his life but thought those days were behind him when his age meant he was unable to ride. However, he has now purchased a TGA Supersport scooter which has made him feel 50 years younger again. Mr Kemp, from Poole in Dorset, began riding motorbikes in his teenage years when he acquired a number of small 90cc vehicles. He has since owned a number of more powerful two-wheelers including a 1000cc Ariel Square Four and classic Triumph Thunderbird.

Ship sale - models of German ocean liners have sold for over £16K

***EXCLUSIVE*** Three exquisite rare display models of German ocean liners have sold with a British auction house for over £16,000. The models, which were built between 1912 and 1920, went under the hammer with Woolley & Wallis, of Salisbury, Wilts. One shows the German twin-funnel ocean liner Columbus, which was built around the same time as the Titanic. The tin-plate 39ins model, which was made by the German toy firm Marklin, is incredibly detailed, with features including planked decks with lifeboats. It also lights up and would have been displayed at travel shows during the glamorous age of sea travel.

Luxury apartment with gym and sauna in stately home where a newly-crowned George III held his coronation banquet in 1761 and Four Weddings and a Funeral was filmed goes on sale for £2.8million

***EXCLUSIVE*** UK: THIS APARTMENT once formed part of the stately home where George III held his coronation banquet - and now it could be yours for just under Ł2.8M. Albury Park?s mention in the Domesday Book dates the estate back to at least 1066. The Grade II listed building, located in Surrey, UK, underwent extensive renovation 12 years ago where the mansion was transformed into several modern apartments. The luxury apartment covers 4,211 sq. ft and comprises of a communal reception hall, entrance hall, utility area, kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gym, spa, sauna, wine stores, double garage, private garden and communal gardens. The stately home was the venue of King George III?s coronation banquet in 1761. George III was just 22 when he was crowned King and reigned for over 59 years. His reign is the longest reign of any male monarch, only surpassed by Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II.

The winners of the Underwater Tour Awards 2020

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stunning pictures showed a run of red salmon surfing the topside of a Taiwanese river and two beady-eyed Scottish northern gannets as they fought for fish beneath the surface in Shetland, UK. Another magical image captured a cheeky sea lion as it bathed in a reef of yellow coral. The Underwater Tour Awards 2020 were livestreamed in August. Entrants were allowed to submit multiple images, across a variety of categories. The big winner was photographer Chelsea Haebich, from Adelaide, Australia who took first place for her selection of five underwater images.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport 1 of only 3 of its kind in the world emerged for sale for £1.6million

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare limited-edition Bugatti supercar which is one of only three of its kind in the world has emerged for sale for £1.6million. The Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Meo Costantini, which was built in 2014, is going under the hammer with auctioneers Bonhams. It is named in honour of Meo Costantini who was the sporting manager of Bugatti in the 1920s and 30s. The motor has 1,200bhp and can reach speeds of over 200mph, making it one of the most powerful road cars ever built.

Silver penny worth £10,000 discovered in a field

***EXCLUSIVE*** An extremely rare 12th century silver penny is tipped to sell for £10,000 after being discovered in a ploughed field by a metal detectorist. Graeme Rushton, 50, from South Cumbria, was detecting at a site on the South Yorkshire/Lincolnshire border when he got a signal. After digging down about 6ins he uncovered the Stephen and Matilda penny, depicting the king of England from 1135 to 1154 and his wife Matilda, the countess of Boulogne. At first Graeme, who owns a metal detecting shop, did not recognise the coin, so he took it home with him for safekeeping. It was only a year later when he decided to contact the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge about it that he became aware of the significance of his discovery. Graeme is now selling the coin, which is thought to be one of only 25 in existence, with London-based auctioneers Dix Noonan Webb.

Floating shop supplies boat tourists

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Canow: Jens Winkelmann is on the move with his water kiosk on the Müritz-Havel Canal and supplies holidaymakers on houseboats, yachts and canoes with ice, cold drinks or freshly smoked fish. Every day during the season he is on the waterways and lakes at the state border of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg for up to 80 kilometres. The Brandenburg native has converted his four-metre-long old barge into a kind of "floating consumption" with a freezer and and fresh-keeping boxes.

Plane crash has left me an inch SHORTER: Pilot has miracle escape from aircraft that hit tree at 130mph... then discovers injuries have reduced his height

***EXCLUSIVE*** A hero pilot has told how he cheated death when the vintage fighter plane he was in plummeted out of the sky and crashed into a tree at 150mph. Dave Unwin, 59, and test pilot Eskil Amdal had just performed a loop in a 1951 Hawker Sea Fury when the engine suddenly cut out at 2,000ft. The pair had taken off from an airfield at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambs., minutes earlier The aircraft came down in a field at around 5.15pm on August 4 after having to make a forced landing, leading to the plane sustaining a fuel leak.

Elephant charges towards flock of birds

***EXCLUSIVE*** An elephant charges towards a flock of birds causing a scene of mayhem as they scatter. The African elephant, with its large ears outstretched, seemed to be enjoying the game as the Sandgrouse took flight. Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley pictured the animated elephant at the Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa.

This fifteenth century home where the Queen Mother played as a child could be yours for £3.5M

***EXCLUSIVE*** Crockham House, in Kent, is a Grade II* listed country house believed to have been built in the 15th century with later additions. The house comprises seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, two kitchens, two sitting rooms, utility, dining room, drawing room, dressing room and studio. The property also has an oast house that has been renovated in to a one-bedroom accommodation with storage facilities. It is understood that the oast house was once used by monks to brew beer. The main house extends to just over 6,000 sq.ft with lovely views of Kent’s countryside from almost every room. Outside the property is a garage block with two self-contained flats above. The property has maintained its period features including exposed timber beams, an inglenook fireplace and 17th century panelling. The enchanting property was once home to Alice Bowes-Lyon, a member of aristocracy, who was married to Patrick Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother’s paternal uncle. The gardens, which are believed to have been played in by the late Queen Mother as a child, were designed by Octavia Hill who co-founded the National Trust. The gardens extend to just under 20 acres and feature a pond that is fed directly from the River Darent. The period property is currently on the market with Knight Frank for £3.5M.

Photographs of Sydney decades before the iconic harbour bridge and opera house were built

***EXCLUSIVE*** A stunning collection of photographs of Sydney decades before the iconic harbour bridge and opera house were built have emerged for sale for Ł60,000. The black and white late 19th century album captures the bustling city centre and picturesque main harbour without its signature landmarks. In the spot where the Opera House now stands is an old Tram Depot, while it would be until 1932 that the harbour bridge was completed. There are also impressive panoramic shots of a packed Sydney Cricket Ground and Melbourne Cricket Ground for two early Ashes test matches between Australia and England in 1895. The album, containing 100 images, is going under the hammer with London-based auctioneers Bonhams.

Huge fishing net

***EXCLUSIVE*** A huge net stretches between two small boats in a traditional method of fishing on a wetland in Bangladesh. The incredible sight was captured by photographer Azim Khan Ronnie. Azim said, "It has been a very long tradition to catch fish in this way. Locally, the net is called 'jagot ber', meaning fishing net of earth, because of its huge size, and it can take up to two hours to spread out in the water." "The net is first cast over an area of about five acres, then pulled gently from both ends by the boats to surround the fish." Fish often caught include dwarf catfish, or small barbs and each net can catch up to 15kg.

Duck farmer

***EXCLUSIVE*** Hundreds of ducks encircle a farmer's boat, creating beautiful patterns. The duck farmer is surrounded by more than 300 of the birds as they wait to be fed in Kaliganj, Bangladesh.