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Home Alone house recreated in gingerbread to mark film’s 30th anniversary

December 7, 2020: The McCallister family house from Home Alone has been recreated into a 1.7 metre edible gingerbread house to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary. Disney+ commissioned the award-winning artist and cake designer Michelle Wibowo to recreate the Home Alone film set using edible ingredients, following the film’s UK release in 1990. Celebrated characters and other unforgettable items of the fan favourite movie have been given the full festive gingerbread treatment. This much loved festive film joins Disney+ as the service celebrates its first Christmas in the UK, becoming the perfect place for fantastic entertainment this December with a huge line up of seasonal favourites, original series and blockbuster movies. Michelle began by studying the architecture and exterior of Kevin McCallister’s much-loved Chicago suburbs family home and then sketched designs of the different features, before baking the gingerbread and recreating the film’s famous set and fan favourite moments. It was a meticulous process that took more than 300 hours and is full of edible detail that Home Alone enthusiasts will love.

Widower, 75, who lost wife to cancer in emotional appeal for Christmas dinner companion

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 75 year old who lost his wife to cancer this year has launched a heartbreaking appeal for a companion at his Christmas dinner table. Fearful of spending his first festive period alone, Tony Williams has been placing cards around the town where he lives promising a 'sumptuous feast, fine wines and good conversation'. Mr William's wife Jo tragically died of pancreatic cancer in May of this year after the couple moved further south little over a year ago to be closer to her sister. Mr Williams, who lives in Alton, Hants, has since struggled with loneliness and the loss of his 'soulmate', a retired legal secretary, who was also 75 and died just nine days after her diagnosis.

This Toyota GR Yaris is a beautiful tribute to frontliners

***EXCLUSIVE*** 2020 has been quite the year with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic tearing through society, yet despite this many people around the world - especially our key workers - helped bring us all back together. In honor of our key workers, Toyota’s new GR Yaris has been given an apt livery designed by a 16-year-old Welsh student named Alice Goodliffe from the Ysgol Uwchradd comprehensive in Plasmawr, Cardiff.