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UK's 'first twins born with Covid-19' finally able to go home for Christmas

***EXCLUSIVE*** The mum of twin babies believed to be the first in Britain born with Covid-19 says she feels "blessed" as they celebrate their first Christmas together. Sarah Curtis, 34, says celebrating the festive period with her family is the “greatest gift” she could ever ask for.  The mum-of-five was devastated when doctors told her she had tested positive for the killer virus just days before giving birth to little Kenna and Lissa. They were born 10 weeks early on July 3 weighing just 3lbs and are thought to be the first babies in the UK to be born with coronavirus after they tested positive.

Retired major, 80, aims to row 100 miles in homemade 'Tintanic' boat

***EXCLUSIVE*** An 80-year-old retired army major has embarked on a 100-mile charity challenge travelling at 2mph in his homemade boat. Michael Stanley, who served in the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards for 35 years, created the boat, named the Tintanic, out of two sheets of corrugated iron, curtain hooks and hosepipe. He has set himself the target of rowing it 100 miles along the Chichester canal in West Sussex. The veteran, known as Major Mick, had aimed to raise £1,000 for St Wilfrid’s hospice in Bosham but has already surpassed £8,000. He said he had been inspired to make the boat during lockdown after a recent visit to India, where he saw the tin boats used there.

Billie Eilish action figures

***EXCLUSIVE*** Billie Eilish has become one of the biggest names in music, and with multiple Grammy awards under her belt at age 19, there's no doubt that she'll only continue to grow. The singer has an anticipated Apple TV+ documentary dubbed The World's A Little Blurry set to release soon, and for those who can't wait, they can now get their own piece of Billie with the singer's new action figures. Featuring two collectibles, inspired by Eilish's music videos for „bad guy” and „all the good girls go to hell”, the detailed figures replicate the star's outfits and features down to the facial expressions. priced at 19.99 and 29.99 Dollarscurrently available for purchase at Target.

Award-winning photographer battles hail, freezing rain and 60mph winds to scale England's highest peak six times in 24 hours to help seven-month-old baby's fight against rare genetic disorder

***EXCLUSIVE*** An award-winning photographer has battled hail, freezing rain and 60mph winds to scale England's highest peak six times in 24 hours in a bid to help a seven-month-old baby's fight against rare genetic disorder. Joe Giddens, 33, decided to attempt the epic challenge on the 3,209ft (978m) Scafell Pike to help seven-month-old Marley Powell, who hasType 1 spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), the leading genetic cause of infant deaths. The rare genetic disorder affects moving and breathing- 95% of babies with SMA do not live past 18 months without effective treatment. Marley's parents Rosie-Mae Walton, 19, and Wes Powell, 22, from Driffield, East Yorkshire, are hoping to raise enough money for'the most expensive drug in world' in the United States in a bid to prolong his life.

A six-year-old boy is blowing people away with his incredible space knowledge – setting his sights on being an astronaut

***EXCLUSIVE*** Stanley Williams’s knowledge of the stars is already light-years beyond most adults, even impressing British astronaut Tim Peake. A message from the ex-International Space Station crew member has resulted in the Williams family in Longlevens, Gloucester receiving tonnes of messages in awe of Stanley’s space skills. Tim said: “Hi Stanley, I love that you are as passionate about space as I am.

Artist stuck in Thailand has created masterpieces made from stones

***EXCLUSIVE*** A British artist stuck in Thailand has spent his time constructing masterpieces from pebbles for locals to enjoy. Justin Bateman had only planned on staying in Chiang Mai for a week - but has remained there now for nearly ten months after the pandemic struck. His pebble portraits include The Queen, Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, Michelangelo's David and a local farmer - who was bemused by his portrait. Mr Bateman, from Portsmouth, Hants, was staying in Bali when he travelled to Chiang Mai, in Thailand, to visit some friends.

A talented book enthusiast has taken to the kitchen to demonstrate her love of reading by decorating a batch of homemade biscuits to look just like her favourite books

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lauren Farrell, 29, started decorating biscuits around four years ago as a hobby and after joining a book club, she decided to treat her fellow members to her baked goods. Since joining, admin officer Lauren has spoilt her lucky book club friends every month with brownies, cheesecakes and cupcakes, but nothing quite beats her incredible book biscuits. Lauren has mastered the art of carefully decorating biscuits to look exactly like the covers of books read by the book club and the result is almost too good to eat.

Newly appointed Living God ''Bhairav'' in Nepal

Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal: Newly appointed Living God Bhairav, Karshanab Shakya receives offerings from a devotee during the religious ceremony in selection of Living God Bhairav for Indrajatra festival in Kathmandu, Nepal on December 19, 2020. The boy continues as Living God till he is too big to fit in the chariot, after which he retires and new god is inducted and the ornaments passed on to the new Living God. Chariot procession of Living Goddess Kumari will be held along with Living God Ganesh and Bhairav during Indrajatra festival annually.

A mum who was unable to hold her baby daughter for 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19 during delivery has been able to take her home - just in time for Christmas

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kristie Atherton, 32, said having tiny Riley home with her family was "the best present" she could have asked for after she spent 19 days in a special care baby unit. Riley was delivered by emergency c-section on November 15, weighing just 4lbs 12oz. She was seven weeks ahead of her due date after her placenta separated too early from her uterus, a condition known as abruption.

An Elvis Presley-owned 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 s up for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** Auto Auction Bring a Trailer is offering you a chance to buy into rock and roll history with its latest standout sale: an Elvis Presley-owned 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600. Presley took delivery of the classic Merc' back in 1970 and registered it to his legendary Graceland residency in Tennessee where he used it often throughout the decade. He then gifted the car to his close friend Jimmy Velvet who kept the car after Presley's death, and the car was then displayed in Velvet's Elvis Presley Museum. Finished in silver over black leather, the car features a 6.3-liter V8 engine that produced 434 lb-ft of torque and 300 HP when new. This is paired with a four-speed auto, making it the perfect luxury classic cruiser. Currently, the Bring a Trailer auction is sitting at 233 000 Dollars.

Owl looks like it has a dress on as it fluffs itself up

***EXCLUSIVE*** An owl seems to channel the spirit of Marilyn Monroe as it fluffs up its feathers and looks like its wearing a dress. The short-eared owl was snapped by a keen amateur photographer as it ruffled its feathers. Jack Branscombe, 27, said he had been 'desperate' to photograph this species of owl for months and finally got his wish on a gloomy day at an unnamed spot in Essex. He said: "I was over the moon to see my first short-eared owl and to get to photograph such a relaxed one was amazing.

A Smurfs toy collector who dubs himself 'Papa Smurf' has been exposed as a child rapist and has been jailed for 16 years

***EXCLUSIVE*** Robin White is known for his large collection of Smurfs toys and memorabilia, which he showcased in displays in his van.  But underneath his persona, the 65-year-old was really a vile sex offender.  The victim, who is now an adult, bravely reported how she had been sexually abused. The attacks happened when she was aged under 16, and from the witness box, she described in full the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of White, including him using the sex toy on her and raping her in the shed.  In 2017, the depraved paedophile made headlines after he claimed his collection of more than 10,000 items of Smurfs memorabilia was the largest on the planet.

Giant ray is full of smiles at feeding time

***EXCLUSIVE*** A giant ray appears jubilant as it smiles widely while being fed. The diver had entered the tank to check for any dead fish - but the ray spotted an opportunity for a snack. When they ran out of food the rays were still reluctant to let the diver go, and followed her around as she tried to leave. The photos were taken at the Enoshima Aquarium in Kanagawa, Japan, by professional British photographer David Williams, who said: "I was originally going to take photos of jellyfish, but I always stop by the huge wall of glass to watch the fish.

Living room lamp tipped to sell for £10,000 after it turned out to be a rare Chinese vase

***EXCLUSIVE*** A living room lamp is tipped to sell for £10,000 after it emerged it was in fact a rare 18th century Chinese vase. The 20ins crackle glazed moonflask was purchased as a lamp from a shop in Kensington, west London, over 40 years ago. It sat on a windowsill at a property in Cadogan Square, London, for decades with the owner unaware of its true value.

Waterlilies being cut for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** Colourfully dressed women in conical hats harvest huge bunches of water lilies. The workers can be seen wading through the water to tend to the long-stemmed flowers. The flowers are the result of seasonal flooding and are sold as decorations at local markets and also used for tea and food. The images were captured by banker and amateur photographer Nguyen Sanh Quoc Huy in Mộc Hoá, in Long An province, Vietnam.

Fab Floor - Floorboards from the stage that The Beatles played on during their first advertised gig

***EXCLUSIVE*** Floorboards from the stage that The Beatles played on during their first ever advertised gig have emerged for sale for Ł10,000. The wooden slats formed part of the stage at Lathom Hall in Liverpool where the Fab Four performed ten times. Their first advertised concert took place there on May 14, 1960 - George Harrison's 18th birthday - when they were still known as 'The Silver Beats'.

Orangutan Repatriation from Malaysia to Indonesia

Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia: One of the nine orangutans in the cage during the Repatriation of Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii) from Malaysia to Indonesia, arriving at the Cargo Terminal of Kualanamu Airport Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, Indonesia on 18 December 2020. A total of nine orangutans from Indonesia, consisting of four males and five females who were treated at the National Wildlife Rescue Center in Perak Malaysia, were repatriated to Indonesia after being found to be smuggled, and then treated and rehabilitated at the Sibolangit orangutan quarantine center before being released back into their habitat.

Unbroken run of Xmas cards from the Queen and Prince Philip to an employee

***EXCLUSIVE*** An unbroken run of Christmas cards sent by the Queen and Prince Philip to an employee on the Sandringham estate have been put up for auction. The cards date between 1998 and 2008 and include touching as well as amusing photographs of the Royal family.