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A woman born without a womb has welcomed a miracle baby boy - thanks to a selfless surrogate who has become her 'best friend'

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kitty Cunningham, 32, was just 16 when she was diagnosed with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome (known as MRKH). The condition causes the internal vagina and uterus to be underdeveloped or absent. The news left Kitty fearing she would never have a child of her own, but her dream to become a mum came true after meeting surrogate, Jemma Black, 34, a full-time mum. Kitty and her husband, James, 31, a sales director, hit it off with Jemma - instantly becoming the best of friends - despite her being pregnant with another couples' tot at the time.

A woman who was conceived during a paradise island fling has finally met her dad for the first time - after not knowing who he was for 34 YEARS

***EXCLUSIVE*** Alicia Warren, 34, only knew her father’s name when she was growing up, and that her mum, Betty Blakey, 57, had met him on the sun-drenched island of Guam, in the Western Pacific Ocean, when she was stationed there with the US Navy. Betty hadn’t found out she was pregnant until her holiday romance had left the island - and with no way to contact him, she brought Alicia up singlehandedly. Growing up, Alicia asked about her father, but didn’t have enough information to track him down - until a DNA test finally revealed a match when Alicia uploaded her results in February this year.

You can visit Santa in Lapland from your living room this Christmas

Santa Claus is still coming to town this Christmas - just virtually. This festive season Airbnb is launching a range of virtual Christmas events, so you can still have a visit with Father Christmas even if he’s in Lapland and you’re in your living room. With many in-person opportunities to meet Santa Claus cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbnb is joining forces with the big man in the red suit himself to ensure believers around the world will still have their chance to share their Christmas wishes - and help the Christmas community continue to earn income during what would normally be their busiest time of year. According to a new report by the Fraternal Order of Real-Bearded Santas, nearly a third of their members surveyed will not be taking part in in-person visits this year. As many of Santa Claus entertainers worldwide live on a fixed income and are reliant on their income from appearances during the holiday season, this new reality has created serious economic hardship for countless Santa performers. With 56 percent of Airbnb hosts already using Online Experiences to supplement their income from part-time or full-time jobs, Airbnb is well suited to help meet this need. Airbnb will be providing additional support to Santa Claus entertainers who are interested in becoming Online Experience hosts, helping them to make a seamless transition to virtual visits.

Pensioner, 86, dubbed 'Mr Christmas' for covering his house with light displays every year dies from bowel cancer 24 hours before this year's switching on

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Christmas lights are turned on for Dave Edwards known as Mr Christmas who passed away on Friday night. The daughter of an OAP known as 'Mr Christmas' fulfilled her father's dying wish (Sat) and switched on his dazzling light display - just 24 hours after he passed away. Dave Edwards, 86, became a local celebrity in his village of Croxley Green, Watford, Herts., for covering his house with amazing light displays over the last 42 years. Every year the grandfather-of-two went bigger and better as he added more lights to his collection, turning his home and garden into a Christmas wonderland. The real-life 'Mr Christmas' had raised hundreds of pounds for charities over the years, as hundreds of people traditionally gathered in the street to watch the switch-on event.

The first ever “space selfie” featuring American astronaut Buzz Aldrin is up for auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** The photo is up for grabs as a part of the Christie’s auction house’s “Voyage to Another World: The Victor Martin-Malburet Photograph Collection.” “Through their cameras, the astronauts turned artists were able to convey to mankind the beauty and profundity of their experience into space, forever changing the way we see ourselves and our place in the universe,” said a rep for the British auction house. 

A man has become a prisoner in his own home after discovering he is allergic to electricity

***EXCLUSIVE*** Bruno Berrick, 48, has coated his bungalow where he lives with his partner and three daughters in special paint designed to block out 5G and radio waves.  They keep electricity usage to an absolute minimum - leaving lights off in the evening, keeping the heating off, and never doing normal every-day activities like watching television. He's now having to build a special low-tech shelter in the garden where he plans to spend the winter so the rest of the family can have the heating on.

New Roman Colosseum is LEGO’s largest brick set ever

***EXCLUSIVE*** LEGO is paying homage to the majesty of the Roman Colosseum with its latest model. Built with a total of 9,036 bricks, this figure is the biggest LEGO model yet and is a faithful recreation of the world wonder. At three stories high, it stands at over 10.5 inches tall, 20.5 inches wide and 23.5 inches deep, and boasts of historical precision that showcases architectural details. History buffs can spot everything from the surviving archways to the columns of the Doric, Iconic and Corinthian orders, the walkway's ancient travertine paving stones and olive trees, plus the hypogeum, which is the elaborate intricate structure found beneath the floor of the amphitheater.

Porsche Design's wireless speaker is made from a single block of aluminum for 474 Dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** Porsche Design has excelled itself in terms of producing something stunningly minimal with its latest piece, the Wireless Speaker PDS50. This speaker combines luxury details with an overall industrial design approach, presenting a body made from layered aluminum. It is in fact constructed from a solid block of aluminum and features an LED strip, a recessed bass-reflex port, and high-gloss details that contrast and shine against the matte body. The Porsche Design Wireless Speaker PDS50 retails for 474 Dollars and can be bought on Porsche Design's website.

Medical discovery could be game-changer to reverse alcohol intoxication

Canada: Just in time for holiday season over-indulgence, scientific researchers have developed a „game-changer” in rescue therapy for severe alcohol intoxication, as well as just ''sobering up.'' In a study published Nov. 12 in Scientific Reports, a Nature Research Journal, a team of researchers led by the Canadian University Health Network’s (UHN) Dr. Joseph Fisher presents a proof of concept of a simple method that could revolutionise damaging alcohol consumption. Present in alcoholic drinks, ethanol, normally referred to as ''alcohol,'' affects every part of the human body. Brain function, circulation and even nail growth are impacted. When a certain level of blood alcohol concentration is reached, the intoxication can damage organs and lead to death. Normally, 90 per cent of the alcohol in the human body is cleared exclusively by the liver at a constant rate that can't be increased. Currently there is no other method, short of dialysis, whereby alcohol can be removed from the blood. This leaves as the only options to treat life-threatening alcohol levels supportive measures such as giving oxygen, intravenous fluids, breathing assistance, and treating any heart issues with drugs.

Maze of brightly colours rooftops look like a Tetris game

***EXCLUSIVE*** The perfectly aligned buildings, which are reminiscent of the 1980's tile-matching video game, were constructed for displaced Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar. The makeshift city, which is currently empty, is large enough to house at least 100,000 refugees. The unusual images were captured by photographer and videographer Mominul Islam Momin on the island of Bhasan Char in the Bay of Bengal.

Elephant calf joins in with mud bath

***EXCLUSIVE*** They appear to wrestle each other to the ground as they use the mud to cool themselves. The photographs were captured by experienced wildlife photographer Peter Haygarth in Addo Elephant Park in South Africa.

Seal pulls face for photographer

***EXCLUSIVE*** The common seal rolls around on the shore and appears to pose for the camera while waiting for its mother to return from with food. Amateur photographer Chris Hobbs captured the endearing pictures on Mablethorpe beach in Lincolnshire. The 36-year-old from Bedford, Bedfordshire, said: "Whilst walking back down the beach I came across this little guy laying down.