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This woman was bullied by her classmates because her wigs looked too FAKE after stress caused her hair to fall out in CLUMPS

***EXCLUSIVE*** WEST MIDLANDS, UK: University student Ellie Sitch (20) from West Midlands, UK, was shocked to discover that she had a bald patch the size of a 50 pence coin forming on the back of her head when she was just 17 years old. As Ellie was a sixth form student at the time, she wanted to fit in with the rest of her school friends and ignored the bald patch, turning to hair extensions to cover the baldness and areas of thinning. Ellie’s condition progressively got worse over the next year, but she was still in denial that anything was wrong - until 2018, when all of her hair began to fall out in clumps over a three-month period. Ellie began leaving traces of hair wherever she went, with her family shower and sink constantly being blocked due to the amount of hair that used to fall out. She started to feel terrified over doing everyday mundane tasks, such as going to sleep as she knew she would wake up to find clumps of hair all over her pillow, or even having a shower as she found that washing her remaining hair sped up the balding process. By August 2018, Ellie admitted defeat knowing full well that something was very wrong. She began wearing wigs for the first time which initially gave her confidence until she joined university. Although Ellie tried to make friends in her next chapter of life, people around her resulted in making nasty comments, commenting on how her wig didn’t look natural enough. After bouts of bullying every day, Ellie decided that enough was enough and shaved off the few remaining strands of hair she had left and went public, completely bald. Just last year, Ellie was diagnosed with alopecia areata meaning her immune system attacks her hair follicles. Doctors informed her that this was likely stress-induced and whilst currently, only Ellie’s scalp has been affected, the condition is beginning to affect her eyebrows and eyelashes. Ellie has since learned to embrace her new look and has finally found the confidence to be happy with who she is, physically and mentally.

Yours for £22million: 82ft superyacht shaped like a crab with six bedrooms and solar panels which can even travel on sand or mud

A superyacht inspired by a crab has been developed. The Pagurus is a solar-powered amphibious catamaran that features special rotating cylinders that are lowered to enable it to travel on land. The so-called Crabmaran version is able to move on sand or mud terrains at up to 30kmh. Italy’s Lazzarini Design Studio say the vessel has a two-year build time, and prospective buyers can expect to pay from €6,580,000 for the base model, and up to €24,000,000 for the amphibious Crabmaran version. Lazzarini say: „Initially conceived as a military vehicle, the name Pagurus derives from Latin (meaning Crab). In fact, the body is inspired in the design with the shapes of a giant crab.'' The twin steel hulls can be configured on each side with up to three bedrooms, a kitchen and toilet. There is room for eight passengers and four crew members. In the immersed part of the yacht, the hulls are designed with a recess space on each side to house two steel cylinders, each one with a helical spiral flange like the thread of a screw. While in the water, the screw cylinders generate energy to recharge the yacht batteries while sailing. In-water propulsion comes from dual stern drive propellers, powered with twin 890hp diesel engines, which allow an estimated top speed of 24 knots. When the vessel reaches land, the rotating cylinders lower 60cm, transforming the catamaran into an amphibious vehicle able to move onto the shore. The central part of the yacht incorporates a crane platform, which, connected through four electric winches, can load and unload items, including an off-road vehicle.”

LEGO makes bonsai trees and flower bouquets in new Botanical series for adults

***EXCLUSIVE*** Continuing its sustainability initiative, LEGO has now launched a new plant-based collection for its green-fingered fans. With the „Botanical” range made using ethically-sourced sugarcane, you'll be able to keep your home fresh all year long with these geometrical plants. The release arrives with two sets: a Flower Bouquet and Bonsai Tree. As its name suggests, the former is a decorative 756-piece offering that can be customized through various arrangements of snapdragons, roses, poppies and more. Users can create their own bouquet to display in their favorite vases at home. Priced at 49.99 Dollars each, the Flower Bouquet and Bonsai Tree are sold out as of now, but keep your eyes peeled for a potential restock.

‘Water Lodges’ currenrtly for sale in a new concept in floating homes

***EXCLUSIVE*** A floating apartment is turning the heads of prospective house buyers interested in living life on the water. The £100,000, two-bed water lodge, is described as an "amazing opportunity to be part of a new concept for Brighton Marina and beyond" on Zoopla. Described as a 'waterlodge floating apartment', it has a reception room and a bathroom, as well as spiral stairs leading up to a roof terrace. The floating home is largely encased in glass, floor to ceiling windows, showing off it's simplistic, yet chic interior.

Rio is missing the carnival

Brazil, Rio De Janeiro: Phelipe Lemos, master of ceremonies of the samba school "Unidos da Tijuca", stands by his car in front of the shed of the samba school where the floats are built. Rio has postponed the Carnival in the Sambodrome, which was supposed to take place in February, and cancelled the street carnival because of Corona. A new date depends on when there will be a vaccination campaign, according to the Samba Schools Association (LIESA).

A nine-year-old girl had a dream come true when she got to figure skate on her frozen street - after watching a Disney film and wishing she could do the same

***EXCLUSIVE*** Madison Galt has been learning for three years and went for a spin on an icy cul-de-sac to show off her skills.  Proud mum, Joanna Galt, 36, said it was nice to see children having fun despite the coronavirus pandemic.  The family live in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, where temperatures dropped to -4C, and Madison put her skates on on New Year's Day and every day since then to make the most of the cold snap while ice rinks are closed.   On Christmas Eve, Madison was watching Disney film Noelle where a little girl opens her front door and goes out to skate - and told her mum 'I wish I could do that'.  So it was a dream come true for her when the cold snap left their street covered in ice.

Kaleidoscope looking ceilings from around the world

***EXCLUSIVE*** A series of photographs of ceilings from historic buildings show off kaleidoscopic patterns. Italian photographer Sandro Santioli captured the mesmerising and intricately decorated interiors of some of Istanbul's grandest places of worship. The symmetry of the designs adorning ceilings in Topkapı Palace, Sultan Ahmed Mosque and Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque create kaleidoscopic patterns. As well as Istanbul, Turkey, Mr Santioli photographed ceilings at the Amber Fortress in Jaipur, India.

Owners of £1.15m Georgian four-bed that earns them £60,000-a-year as photoshoot spot for Towie stars, Jamie Oliver and Disney are still trying to sell it after a year on market

***EXCLUSIVE*** LONDON, UK: This stunning house is rather famous after being featured in photoshoots for DISNEY, Superdrug and Jamie Oliver - and it could now be your very own selfie haven for just Ł1.15M. The Georgian property, located in London, UK, is one of the UK’s most successful photoshoot and film locations. The house has been featured in photoshoots for companies such as Laura Ashley, The White Company, Disney and Superdrug. The property has also been used as a photoshoot location by celebrities such as Jamie Oliver and Sam and Billie Faiers. The house, with its already established business, is an incredible investment opportunity as well as a lovely family home. It comprises four bedrooms, a kitchen/diner, living room and a study.  The 1755 sq. ft property spans four floors and the basement space is currently utilised as a kitchen with a bathroom. To the rear of the house is a generous rear garden with three summer houses which have also been featured in numerous photoshoot locations. The property has its own instagram account, @bromleylocation. It is currently on the market with Purple Bricks for Ł1.15 million.

Woman, 45, who was in a coma and given three days to live after contracting coronavirus makes miraculous recovery with help from experimental arthritis drug 'anakinra'

***EXCLUSIVE*** A care home worker who was in an induced coma for four weeks after catching Covid has made a "full recovery" - after being treated with an experimental drug. Claire Haythorne, 45, had been in intensive care since she was rushed into hospital on November 9 after suffering a severe case of Covid. She was in an induced coma on ventilation for 35 days with doctors telling her worried family that it was "50/50" whether she would pull through. But doctors tried her with Anakinra - a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis - as a "last resort" and within three days, she was awake and out of her coma. Now the grandmother-of-one, from Sheffield, South Yorks., is undergoing physiotherapy at hospital and is expected to return home within weeks. Her daughter Leah, 18, said: "I don't think it had been used much before, the doctors said it had only been used in very severe cases as a last resort.

British period home set to sell its contents - including antiques - from £5 at auction

Burnaston, United Kingdom: Everything from sought-after antiques and artwork to a kitchen table, ride-on lawnmower, one-armed bandit and Elvis Presley records could be yours when the entire contents of a Derbyshire country house go under the hammer. Hundreds of antiques and vintage collectables from The Old Hall in the South Derbyshire village of Burnaston, England will be sold by Hansons Auctioneers on Wednesday, January 6 in what is described as an „old-fashioned, everything-must-go sale with no reserves”. All prices start at just £5 on items which include „good antiques” such as a George III elm dresser, circa 1780; George III late 18th century oak and mahogany longcase clock by Wainwright of Nottingham, circa 1790, and George III joined oak settle, circa 1770. Paintings, prints, books, cutlery, a sewing machine, pine kitchen table and chairs, bedroom furniture and even the contents of the garden shed are also set to go under the hammer.

A couple were forced to rearrange their wedding in just 24 HOURS after tough Tier 4 restrictions threatened to rip up their special day

***EXCLUSIVE*** Mark, 40, and Kimmi Fiander, 38, were forced to forgo a wedding cake and creatively improvised on the bridesmaids dresses as the couple scrabbled around to make sure their big day went ahead. The pair, from Heacham, Norfolk, had planned to get hitched on New Years' Eve as a means of "ending a terrible year on a high".  They had already been forced to postpone their plans to get married in New York in September 2019 due to the deadly pandemic.

Wedding ceremony amid Coronavirus crisis in Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya: A make-up artist is seen preparing Mrs Perpetua Wanjiru for her special day as her mother Miriam Wambugu waits for her turn. We all know and understand how cheerful and crowdie African weddings become. ItĂ­s an experience that you would enjoy after attending. Due to all the social distancing rules and lack of chances for all the family members and friends willing to attend. Due to Covid-19, not many have been able to plan, do, or attend their fellow's wedding. This has left few couples like Mr. Fredric Wafula and his groom Mrs. Perpetua Wanjiru with no options but to follow the government's restrictions and do with the few friends and family who are able to join in during their wedding ceremony at Free Pentecostal Church in Kibera Slums.

Coyotes’ funny moment

***EXCLUSIVE*** A coyote pup looks like it's giving its mum a back scratch as it begs for her attention. Two juveniles were captured playing with their mother in northern Minnesota, near the Canadian border. Their mum appears to howl with delight as her pup scratches her back.

Mum's warning after 'common cold' in pregnancy left child unable to walk or talk

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mum has told how her baby daughter was left disabled and unable to walk and talk - after she caught a 'common cold' while she was pregnant. Courtney Farnell, 21, was working as a carer for children and adults while she was pregnant. She believes she picked up common cytomegalovirus (CMV) - a virus which causes cold like symptoms in kids and adults - from her caring duties with vulnerable people. The virus - transferred in saliva, tears and urine - is usually harmless, but can be fatal to unborn babies, and Courtney unwittingly caught it when she was eight weeks pregnant.