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I spent $45k turning myself into a Barbie with J-cup boobs – blokes are so desperate to marry they’ve offered to BUY me

***EXCLUSIVE*** PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC: AFTER spending THIRTY-FIVE-THOUSAND-POUNDS to look like Barbie - this woman has men begging to BUY her as their wife. Singer and model, Gabriela Jirackova (20) from Prague, Czech Republic, always loved princesses from an early age. Realising that it was always the princess who ended up living happily ever after, Gabriela dreamt of becoming one herself when she was older. Since starting her singing career at the tender age of seven, Gabriela, who is now known as „The First Czech Barbie”, became obsessed with looking good and has applied makeup everyday since she was just 13 years old. At the age of just 17, Gabriela used money she had saved from her singing performances as a child to pay for her first boob job. This increased her natural D-cup to an H-cup. In October 2020, she had a second surgery to increase the size of her breasts even further to a whopping J-cup and make them perfectly round. These two surgeries cost a total of ÂŁ6400. Gabriela also regularly has lip and jawline filler injected as well as Botox to remove mimic wrinkles from her forehead which has cost roughly ÂŁ35,000 over the past three years alone. However, with over 65,000 followers on Instagram, the tables have well and truly turned with cosmetic companies now approaching Gabriela in order to endorse their products and services. Her look has also led to some other less desirable offers from strange men online who confess their undying love for her. According to Gabriela, a harmless selfie taken with a fan was once enough for one man to start a rumour online that the pair were having an affair together. On another occasion, a manager that Gabriela met once in a coffee shop claimed that she had expressed her love for him and that marriage was a done deal - with her parents even receiving messages from his family trying to persuade them to marry her off.

A grieving mum has spoken of her "overwhelming" pride in the wake of her teenage son's tragic death - after his organs were donated to SIX people in need

***EXCLUSIVE*** Donna Howson's beloved boy Nathan died from a bleed on the brain at the age of just 15 earlier this year. Hours before he was officially pronounced dead Donna, 49, and husband Neil, also 49, signed forms consenting for Nathan's organs to be donated. Donna said her son "would have helped anyone" and that donating is "what he would have wanted". The family have since found out six different people have received Nathan's organs. Donna said: "We are so proud of what he has done. "There are six people in the world now living healthier, happier lives because of Nathan. "Even though he is gone, our son continues to do good in the world, and that's a great comfort. "His death was not in vain."

A dad has walked the entire length of Hadrian's Wall - dressed only in a pair of skimpy Speedos and a Roman helmet

***EXCLUSIVE*** John Myatt, 48, traipsed the treacherous 84 mile route in just four days earlier this month, with temperatures approaching near freezing and torrential rain pouring down. The dad-of-three hiked for between 10 and 11 hours each day - and for every step he wore only his little trunks and a gladiator-style helmet called a galea on his head.  John took the daring challenge on in order to raise money for a charity close to his heart, Rugby for Heroes, which helps reintegrate ex-servicemen into civilian life. John, who's from Gloucester and works for the Royal Mail, said: "I was absolutely freezing at times during the walk.

Couple rearrange wedding in just 24 hours to beat new lockdown restrictions

***EXCLUSIVE*** A couple tied the knot on Tuesday after a bride-to-be rearranged her entire wedding in ONE DAY so she can get married before England’s newest lockdown. Aly Harwood, 33, rearranged the church, reception, flowers and dress fitting so she could said "I do" with fiance Gareth Bateman, 34, before restrictions came into force. The couple had planned to say their vows on November 20 in front of 200 guests at Christ Church in North Shields, where three generations of Aly's family previously wed. And the pair, who have been together for two years, had arranged for a major reception at the stunning Wylam Brewery in Newcastle.

LAND OF DOGS - This mountain retreat is a Mecca for dogs and dog lovers the world over

***EXCLUSIVE*** This mountain retreat is a Mecca for dogs and dog lovers the world over. The ‘Dog Mountain’ resort in St. Johnsbury, Vermont has swimming ponds, an agility course, a canine gallery, and even a chapel to commemorate deceased canine friends.  The Dog Chapel, designed by American artist Stephen Huneck, has been standing for almost 20 years. In the last two decades the walls have become festooned with notes, pictures and poems about beloved pups that have passed away.

Photographer has spent TWENTY years snapping Borneo’s cutest orangutans

***EXCLUSIVE*** BORNEO: This British photographer has spent TWENTY years snapping Borneo’s cutest orangutans. In one image, a tiny four-pound baby orangutan planted a loving kiss on its mother’s cheek. In another, a young orangutan seemed to be overwhelmed with joy as an excitable expression spread across its face. Photographer Ian Wood (55) from Sussex, UK, has been visiting Borneo for over 20 years to photograph the island’s incredible orangutans. Often spending up to a month at a time on the island, Ian has been as close as 16-feet away from the creatures. Bornean orangutans share 97 per cent of their DNA with humans including their evident intellect. These instinctual creatures have been known to use leaves as umbrellas and napkins, and test water depths with sticks. A study at the National Zoo in Washington D.C, USA, proved that orangutans even have the mental capacity to use computers.

FIRST DINO BRAIN UNVEILED - The first complete brain of an dinosaur has been unveiled by scientists

***EXCLUSIVE*** The first complete brain of a dinosaur has been unveiled by scientists. Weighing less than a pea, it belonged to a meat eater that walked the Earth 233 million years ago. Amazingly, the ferocious beast's perfectly preserved skeleton included the braincase - enabling a precise reconstruction of its grey matter. Stunning computer images reveal regions involved in coordination, sight, smell, intelligence - and even reproduction.

SQUIRREL BREAK IN - A squirrel broke into a house through an open window - to steal peanuts

***EXCLUSIVE*** The naughty rodent is one of around five or six which have become accustomed to being fed by neighbours in Edinburgh who feed them every day. But with the family away, they have been getting through an open window to steal peanuts from the desk of Flora Zotowska, 28, who has been staying in her uncle's house while he is in hospital.  Flora, who is from Seville, Spain, but came to Edinburgh in August, found the critters feasting on nuts at her desk when she stepped away from it for a moment, after they got in through an open window.

A fascinating series of images illustrating bacteria being propelled from a TOILET show the dangers people face by not closing the lid when they flush

***EXCLUSIVE*** One flush of the toilet produces thousands of tiny aerosol droplets, which can contain bacteria and viruses and contaminate surfaces up to six feet away. But research has revealed 55 per cent of UK adults don’t close the lid when flushing the toilet - despite almost three quarters (72 per cent) saying they are more hygiene aware than ever before. Toilet bowl water remains contaminated for several flushes after becoming exposed to harmful pathogens. To highlight the dangers, Harpic used high-speed specialist camera technology to capture the droplets and particles leaving the toilet. What looks like fireworks going off is actually aerosol droplets being catapulted out of the toilet pan, which in a different setting could be flying onto surfaces and even into the faces of those in the bathroom. A research and development associate at Harpic, said: “There has never been a more important time to take extra care around our homes, although the risks associated with germ spread in unhygienic bathrooms are high, the solution to keeping them clean is simple.

Neanderthal children started eating solid foods at six months old - just like modern humans, study claims

***EXCLUSIVE*** Neanderthal children grew and were weaned as babies in a similar way to modern humans, new research has claimed. The pre-historic subspecies of humans behaved not so differently from us in raising their young, whose pace of growth was similar to Homo sapiens, scientists said. By examining three Neanderthal milk teeth, researchers were able to determine their pace of growth and the weaning onset time.  These teeth belonged to three different Neanderthal children who lived between 70,000 and 45,000 years ago in a small area of northeastern Italy.