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A couple have welcomed a pair of IVF twins - born TWO YEARS apart

***EXCLUSIVE*** Karen and James Marks, had their first child, Cameron, two years ago and have just had their second child, Isabella. The two youngsters are considered twins as they were conceive at the same time through IVF, from the same batch of embryos. Karen, from Taunton, Somerset, said they kept the viable embryos frozen after the birth of Cameron in 2018 so they could increase their family at a later date.

A 34-year-old woman who thought she was going to die when she was diagnosed with cancer made the brave decision to reject chemo and travel the world with her girlfriend

***EXCLUSIVE*** Katie Marshall, 36, and partner Nicola Rowbotham, 33, have been living in a campervan in the Canadian wilderness without internet, WiFi or electricity for eight months. The besotted couple managed to sneak into the country just before lockdown in March after quitting their jobs and selling all of their belongings. Katie was diagnosed with skin cancer in January 2018 but was given a devastating double-blow when doctors found she also had breast cancer just three months later. She had been on a 4,000 mile road trip with Nicola in the U.S. at the time and had to return to Manchester for urgent surgery to remove the tumour in May 2018. Katie refused chemotherapy following the surgery, which she said was “more terrifying” than the cancer diagnosis, and opted for a natural course of treatment. The couple then spent time deciding to change their lifestyles to incorporate Katie's new holistic form of cancer treatment, save money, quit their jobs and travel the world - landing in Canada in March 2020.  Katie, from Hattersley, Cheshire, said: “When I got my diagnosis, the thought of chemotherapy was more terrifying than the diagnosis itself.

A dad who developed painful tumours on his feet chose to have BOTH legs amputated - and said it was the "best decision he ever made"

***EXCLUSIVE*** Alexander Helander, 29, said the voluntary below the knee amputations mean he can finally chase after his baby son Samuel, one. Six years ago the school teacher developed new tumours every week - often the size of golf balls - and they were so painful he could barely walk. Faced with early retirement, he opted to have both limbs surgically removed in a bid to give him more freedom.

A teen is learning to walk and talk again after undergoing a are procedure to turn half her BRAIN off - to stop her daily seizures or developing dementia

***EXCLUSIVE*** Imogen Golder, 16, has suffered with seizures since she was four-years-old and was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease 18 months ago. She has rasmussen's encephalitis - which can cause dementia - and the decision was made to perform a hemispherectomy on the young girl from Penzance, Cornwall. The operation disconnected the left hand side of Imogen's brain - returning Imogen to the mental capacity of a child, having to learn everything again. Imogen's mum, Karen, a special needs coordinator, said: "The operation is quite rare in the UK.

A man has spent lockdown reusing discarded Coca Cola and beer cans he had lying about - to create incredible car models

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lindsay Kirk, 57, has carved out what he calls a “man cave” in a shed in his garden where he devotes around 20 hours a week to his metallic masterpieces. The grandad-of-three says the creative process is a true “labour of love” and each one “takes as long as it takes” to finish - with some projects taking up to 90 hours to complete. Every can is meticulously sliced after careful planning - but he said the ideas pop into his mind as he goes.  Since the lockdown in March, he’s made half a dozen new models which comprise roughly 60 cans each. While he prefers to drink diet Coke, he had to make the creative decision to use normal Coke as the distinctive red tint was more aesthetically pleasing.  The victim liaison officer decided to try to channel his creative side and since then he’s made over two dozen models.  Lindsay, from Knottingley, West Yorks., said: “I have a bit of a man cave in my house and I like to enjoy a nice drink, put on some music and enjoy myself there.

A widower received 400 birthday cards as he celebrated turning 95 – after an Instagram appeal from a young pal went viral

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tommy Houston faced spending his birthday alone on November 21 due to the coronavirus pandemic. But he received a windfall of cards from as far away as Japan and Jamaica, as well as 20 gifts from strangers. The astonishing act of generosity was organised by his friend Aoife Malone, 24 - and the pair bonded over their shared love of feminism.

A Kazakhstan man turns nature into art with his intricate leaf cuttings featuring anything from ballerinas to flamingos to Dobby the elf from Harry Potter

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kanat Nurtazin, 29, uses a sharp razor to cut his drawings on to leaves and his unique art has even caught the attention of Disney. Kanat began making leaf cuttings in 2013 as a hobby and he now estimates he has created around 500 of the foliage cut-outs. “I was searching for work and my place and I started experimenting with different things: writing poems, creating music and I stopped on drawing,” said the senior manager at Nazarbayev University. He had seen cutouts on paper before and returning home in autumn when there were plenty of leaves on the ground, he decided to use them instead of paper.

A young mum has told how she gave birth to a surprise baby son in the toilet -- three days after she discovered she was pregnant

***EXCLUSIVE*** Aimee Stevens, then 17, was told she was five or six weeks pregnant when she attended a routine appointment for a three-monthly contraceptive injection. But she didn't have long to take in the news because just three days later she gave birth to her son in the loo in her ensuite bathroom in the middle of the night. Waitress Aimee didn't realise she'd given birth until she felt a "sudden relief" and saw his legs and bum poking out the u-bend. Brave Aimee scooped him out the loo and went to her bedroom where she found a pair of scissors and cut the umbilical cord herself. Holding her son in her arms in her bedroom she called to wake up mum Becki, 40, who was sleeping downstairs - and had no idea she was going to be a grandma. Becki tied the cord with a strip she tore from Aimee's work apron and called an ambulance. Medics reckon little 5lb 9oz Ché Andrew Cain was around 38 weeks - but don't know for sure because mum Aimee flushed the placenta down the loo. Both mum and baby were totally healthy, and only had to spend three days in hospital.

MINI has just pulled back the curtains on its new self-driving concept

***EXCLUSIVE*** MINI notes that the vehicle is a „digital vision vehicle” which likely means it only exists as a CAD rendering. Featuring a smooth, round pod-like silhouette, MINI describes the Vision Urbanaut as a model that offers more interior space and versatility than ever before, but still on a minimal footprint. It comes with a large sliding door on the passenger side that opens up to cozy interiors made up of four seats and three distinct areas. At the front of the vehicle is a „Daybed” where dashboards can be adjusted, and seats swiveled out, to form a corner sofa. When parked, the vehicle's windshield can be lifted up for extra ventilation and breeze. Finally, two seats at the back can be arranged to create a compact lounge chair, while a textile-covered loop with LED lighting is placed at the top. These interiors make for a leisurely ride with the added comfort of its self-driving feature.

New OPPO X 2021 phone handset features rollable display that expands

***EXCLUSIVE*** The OPPO X 2021 Rollable Concept Handset was showcased at the OPPO INNO DAY 2020 event held in Shenzhen, China on 17 November 2020. The handset features a continuously variable OLED display that measures as small as 6.7 inches and as large as 7.4 inches, which allows users to adjust the size of the display based on actual needs. The OPPO X 2021 rollable concept handset is the latest achievement of OPPO’s R&D in flexible display and structural stacking, bringing users more natural interactive experience. The concept handset features OPPO’s three proprietary technologies, including the Roll Motor powertrain, 2-in-1 Plate, and self-developed Warp Track high-strength screen laminate. Oppo is a Chinese consumer electronics and mobile communications company.

Lion cub plays with his dad

***EXCLUSIVE*** It's the Lion Spring! - as a young lion cub leaps towards its unwitting father.  The king of the jungle seems unaware of the youngster flying towards his mane as he walks on. Having recently finished feasting upon a wildebeest, the cub was excitable and ready to play.  The photos were taken by wildlife photographer Jie Fischer at the Maasi Mara National Reserve, in Kenya. 

Bear dance

***EXCLUSIVE*** Young bears look like they're dancing as they play fight in the morning sun.  The two animals had just swum across an inlet in the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary in Canada's British Colombia when they indulged in some horseplay. The images were captured by amateur wildlife photographer Danny Sullivan. 

Fish fair in Bangladesh

***EXCLUSIVE*** Hundreds of fish are laid out for sale at a bustling fish fair held every year.  Huge rohu, catla and carp are presented for villagers who come from miles away to see the fishermen's haul. The 'fair' or 'festival' is known as 'Nabanna' and takes place in Northern Bangladesh near Bogra.