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Defying all odds this warrior girl is living a happy life: she was born with heart which beats outside her chest says she won’t let it hold her back

***EXCLUSIVE*** FLORIDA, USA: Meet the girl born with an incredibly rare condition that means her heart beats OUTSIDE of her chest. Virsaviya Borun-Goncharova (11) from Hollywood, Florida, USA, was born with an extremely rare condition called Pentalogy of Cantrell. The condition caused her rib cage and abdominal muscles to not form properly during pregnancy. In Virsaviya?s case, this led to her heart developing outside of her chest cavity. She also suffers from conoventricular VSD, a condition where she has a hole in her heart where portions of the ventricular septum should meet. The condition which only affects around one in a million live births doesn?t cause the 11-year-old pain in day to day life but does leave her heart exposed as it lies just below the surface of the skin. When Virsaviya?s mother, Dari (31) was pregnant, she received the devastating news that her daughter was likely to die either during pregnancy or birth, but Virsaviya not only survived but has thrived to become a typical pre-teen. Virsaviya enjoys fashion, singing and playing with friends ? but she must be careful because of her exposed heart. To combat any injuries, Virsaviya often wears a chest covering to protect her heart as a bump or fall could prove fatal. Dari originally moved with Virsaviya from their former home in Russia to the United States in 2015 with the hope that surgery to close the hole in her heart would allow Virsaviya to live a more normal life. However, due to high blood pressure that affects the arteries in her lungs, this hasn?t been possible. Virsaviya?s condition has led to her spending significant periods of time in hospital. At the start of 2020 she suffered from sudden drops in her blood oxygen level which caused dizziness and breathlessness. This ended up with Virsaviya being rushed to the emergency room, followed by a two week stay in hospital being monitored by doctors to ensure her oxygen levels stabilised.

Surviving six electric chairs

***EXCLUSIVE*** FLORIDA, USA: This man was electrocuted at a voltage equivalent to SIX ELECTRIC CHAIRS during a tree trimming accident - leaving him with melted skin over twenty-five percent of his body and his ribs completely exposed. Former professional wakeskater turned motivational speaker Matt Manzari (31) from Florida, USA, found success at an early age. At just 15 years old, Matt became the first wakeskating athlete to be endorsed by Nike and travelled the world competing in the extreme water sport for eight years. Matt’s Christian faith has played a big part in his life and after completing his studies in theology at the University of Tennessee in June 2014, Matt began working with a church group - offering to trim the trees surrounding the church building. Matt began his ascent to the top canopy level in a remote controlled bucket truck whilst his newly pregnant wife Bobbye Jean (30) was working inside the church. Unfortunately, Matt had made the catastrophic error of using a steel bucket as opposed to a fiberglass one. As he got towards the canopy level, electricity from a nearby powerline was attracted to the steel bucket he was standing in, conducting across and sending 14,000 volts tearing through Matt's body. Members of the church group, including Bobbye Jean, rushed to Matt’s aid but found him in a terrible condition. The electricity had melted Matt’s skin - leaving his ribs and collar bone completely exposed. He has suffered twenty-five percent fourth and fifth degree burns meaning that the electricity had caused charring to his flesh and had even burnt through ligaments and muscles. Bobbye Jean and Matt’s parents were told that Matt was very unlikely to live to see the next day, but miraculously Matt managed to survive the night. Furthermore, doctors told Matt’s parents that the amputation of his arms was very likely due to how severe the burns were. Matt spent the next week in a coma but even after waking up, Matt stood a high percentage chance of contracting Sepsis which could have been life threatening due to the amount of skin he had lost and his proneness to infection. Once again, Matt beat the odds and spent the next three months in hospital undergoing more than 70 surgeries for his injuries including the removal of burnt muscle and tendons in his upper arms and chest, and later skin grafts over his neck, arms, and chest. Matt’s recovery has been a slow and painful process with the regeneration of his damaged nerves being excruciating - something that still causes him ongoing discomfort to this day. But the 31-year-old has made the unlikeliest of recoveries and has even been able to return to wakeskating, something that would have seemed impossible following his accident.

World record for most diamonds in a single ring

India: This impressive piece of jewellery has broken the world record for most diamonds in a single ring. Renani Jewels achieved the title, awarded by The Guinness World Records, with 12,638 natural diamonds encrusted in the piece. The previous record was 7,801. The Indian company say it was M.D. Harshit Bansal's dream to achieve the title. They explain: „It is named ''the Marigold diamond ring'' as it is believed in Indian culture that Marigold brings prosperity and luck in everyone's life. It took approximately three years for concept development and designing a final product for a beauty like this. The ring is human wearable and the design is very comfortable. “The Ring’s each individual petal is uniquely shaped and none of the petal is identical to each other which gives the ring a perfect blend of organic symmetry, design and alignment. Each and every Diamond was specifically tested natural which contains EF colour and VVS clarity, further these are the best qualities of diamond used in jewellery worldwide. The ring is certified by International gemmological laboratory (IGI) which is one of the most prestigious laboratories for Diamond Jewellery certification worldwide. The ring weighs 165.450 grams and 38.08 carat natural diamonds were used in it.”

An adrenaline junkie Army cadet has swapped her combat fatigues for the catwalk to be crowned Miss England's first ever Finalist of the Year

***EXCLUSIVE*** Alina Green, 22, has won the equivalent of the last year's Miss England title after the prestigious beauty pageant was scuppered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Organisers still decided to hold an online public vote to crown a winner after the contestants submitted their applications via Youtube from their homes and gardens. And Alina was left overjoyed to be named Miss England Finalist of the Year 2020 last week - winning her an automatic top ten place in the 2021 final. Alina wowed the judges after being dubbed a real-life G.I Jane due to her love of daredevil hobbies such as skydiving, mountain climbing and swimming with sharks. She is also an cadet officer at the Southampton University Officer Training Corps and has applied to join the British Army Reserves once she finishes her training.  Alina was shortlisted as one of five finalists by voters on the Miss England app after raising an impressive £10,000 for charity.

Inside Yorkshire Teddy Rescue which has 12,500 bears and surged in popularity since lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** At the Yorkshire Teddy Rescue they are restored and re-homed, with careful stitching and new seams. Each bear wears a story of how it came to arrive. Tina Rush, known as Tink, now has 12,500 bears in a collection at her old Pickering forge, which she ran as an antiques and curiosity shop for 14 years. As interest surged online, she took early retirement to care for them full time. The Teddy Rescue, which now has more than 1,000 members on its Facebook page, is at the moment trading entirely online. Having lost her 25-year-old daughter, Jofi, to a rare form of severe asthma in 2016, funds raised through any sales go towards Asthma UK. A great number of requests come for memory bears, or bereavement bears. There are responsibility bears, for children, or people with additional needs. Many customers are elderly, and have struggled this isolation this past year, said Mrs Rush. Donations come from all over - from charity shops or car boots, or even left on the doorstep of the 1760s forge, which now serves as a bear orphanage as well as family home.

Meet Vendetta, a German Shepherd who spends her time ambling through the French countryside with her best friend - a duck

***EXCLUSIVE*** In these photos, Vendetta and Lemony, an Indian Runner Duck, can be seen gallivanting around Southern France. Whether they’re strolling through the woods or lounging on the beach, the unlikely companions are completely inseparable. “Lemony and Vendetta became friends right away,” said Natasha Tamenne, 20, the owner of the two animals. “Lemony is special. “The two have a special bond.” The BFFs live on a large farm so they have a lot of space to play. “Lemony sleeps in the bedroom with me, just like Vendetta, but she’s not potty trained, so I do have to clean up pretty often,” said Natasha, a student from Pompiey, France. “I got Lemony from friends who breed ducks, but we’ve always had ducks.” “My mom just breeds dogs now, but we used to breed ducks and geese." “I want to follow in her footsteps and breed dogs as well when I finish school." Natasha is sharing her pet's bond with the public to "show people you can have feelings for animals that aren’t dogs or cats." “I want people to see ducks in a different way,” she said.

Meet Vendetta, a German Shepherd who spends her time ambling through the French countryside with her best friend - a duck

***EXCLUSIVE*** In these photos, Vendetta and Lemony, an Indian Runner Duck, can be seen gallivanting around Southern France. Whether they’re strolling through the woods or lounging on the beach, the unlikely companions are completely inseparable. “Lemony and Vendetta became friends right away,” said Natasha Tamenne, 20, the owner of the two animals. “Lemony is special. “The two have a special bond.” The BFFs live on a large farm so they have a lot of space to play. “Lemony sleeps in the bedroom with me, just like Vendetta, but she’s not potty trained, so I do have to clean up pretty often,” said Natasha, a student from Pompiey, France. “I got Lemony from friends who breed ducks, but we’ve always had ducks.” “My mom just breeds dogs now, but we used to breed ducks and geese." “I want to follow in her footsteps and breed dogs as well when I finish school." Natasha is sharing her pet's bond with the public to "show people you can have feelings for animals that aren’t dogs or cats." “I want people to see ducks in a different way,” she said.

Family fall udderly in love with newest member - Honey the Calf

***EXCLUSIVE*** These adorable pictures show a baby calf snuggling with a puppy after being taken in by a family and now thinks it's one of them - and even enjoys watching TV. Honey the calf is half Charlais and half Dexter, and is being raised by the Northmore family after a challenging start to life. She had to be born via caesarean section and in her first days Honey was too small to keep herself warm, so Molly Northmore, 18, took her into the family home. Now, Honey has got used to the good life and never wants to leave the house - and spends evenings watching The Chase with Bradley Walsh.

This beautiful footage shows the moment a travelling photographer received a sweet kiss from a majestic WOLF

***EXCLUSIVE*** Samantha Thomas was on an all-female photography workshop when she and her group visited The Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf Center in British Columbia, Canada.  The incredible video shows Sam getting up close and personal with Murphy and Flora – two 8-year-old grey wolves.  The affectionate animals are infatuated with Samantha, jumping all over her and even giving her kisses on the cheek much to her delight.

'I lost all confidence in myself': 21-year-old's face 'crusted up' after simple act

***EXCLUSIVE*** KENT, UK: After ditching topical steroid creams to treat her eczema this woman?s face ?CRUSTED UP? but now she?s sharing her healing journey to warn others of the dangers of prescribed creams. Kathryn Hinton (21) from Thanet, Kent, UK, was first diagnosed with eczema when she developed patches of dry skin on her upper body whilst she was studying for her A-Levels in 2016. Kathryn, who had never experienced skin issues before, put the flare up down to exam stress but visited her GP for advice. She was instantly prescribed a topical steroid cream to use on her affected areas of skin but was never told that she shouldn?t use the medication for a prolonged period of time or told about any side effects. The creams appeared to help clear Kathryn?s skin and after she finished sixth form, she had no issues with eczema. It wasn?t until the UK went into lockdown in March 2020 that Kathryn noticed that due to stress, her eczema returned. Remembering that steroids worked for her before, Kathryn went back to her GP and was prescribed Audavate RD ointment and betamethasone valerate to treat her skin. Whilst the creams appeared to work on her skin for a short period of time, Kathryn noticed that her clear skin was short lived and eczema symptoms soon came back once she ceased using the prescribed treatments. However, Kathryn trusted her GP?s advice and whenever she was booked in for further telephone appointments about her worsening skin, he had no qualms in prescribing her more tubes of topical steroid creams. In November 2020, Kathryn grew suspicious of her continual symptoms and painful flared skin and decided to do some research of her own. On Instagram, she found a community of people who all described the same symptoms as her. Kathryn realised that she was suffering from topical steroid addiction (TSA) and topical steroid withdrawal (TSW) which is when the skin reacts adversely after long-term use of topical steroids is stopped, and she decided to go cold turkey from November 29. Within days, Kathryn’s skin started to react and became dried, flaking, sore and crusty. Despite this, Kathryn has never looked back and is proud of her journey so far. Kathryn’s parents Sarah and Adam and her boyfriend, Liam, have supported her fully throughout her journey and she has been sharing it on Instagram under the handle, @tsw_kathryn, to warn others of the hidden dangers of topical steroid creams that are so readily prescribed.

Student who fell for philosophy professor 27 YEARS her senior at 18 when she found his videos on YouTube admits dating an older man has 'damaged' her relationship with her parents

***EXCLUSIVE*** JENA, GERMANY: Meet the budding student who fell in love with an online tutor TWENTY-SEVEN-YEARS older than her after discovering his videos on YouTube - and her parents DON'T approve. Psychology student Jana Leonhardt (21) from Jena, Germany, wasn?t searching for love when she stumbled across philosophy teacher, Peter Heinrich?s (48) YouTube channel, three-and-a-half years ago. She began watching one of his videos, when she realised that she was attracted to him, so decided to shoot her shot and send him an email. Jana told him a little bit about herself and said that she would love to talk to him about philosophy. Within hours, Peter responded to Jana?s email, telling her about his personal background and his views on philosophy and they both realised they had a lot in common. After messaging each other for three months, Peter asked Jana to FaceTime so they could have a more in-depth conversation. Although Jana was hesitant, due to being shy, her interest in him took over, as she had a strong desire to get to know him even more. They talked for hours and the two decided that it was finally time to meet up in person. Peter - who lives in Frankfurt, Germany - drove just under 250 miles to Jana?s hometown to meet her for the first time in December 2017, where they both experienced love-at-first sight. Although Jana knew she wanted to be in a relationship with him there and then, Peter wasn?t so sure, due to the 27-year age difference. Within two years of them casually dating, Peter decided that he couldn?t hold back his feelings any longer and asked Jana to be his girlfriend. Although their parents and friends didn?t support them in the beginning, they have learnt to accept their loving relationship. Jana believes that age gap relationships shouldn?t come with so much negativity from others and says that happiness is all that matters. They have since started an Instagram page, @30chronia, together, spreading their message that love doesn’t have an age limit.

Marble slab dug up in bungalow back garden and used by its owner as a STEP to mount her horse is revealed to be rare Roman relic worth £15,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A large marble slab used by its owner as a step to mount their horse has been revealed to be a Roman relic worth £15,000. The weighty artefact was dug up from an old rockery in the garden of a bungalow about 20 years ago. Since then its owner had been used as a horse mounting block until they noticed a laurel wreath carved into its surface.

Wish you were here in 1955! Pen pal's postcard sent 66 years ago finally arrives after being unearthed in charity shop

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 'lost' postcard from 1955 has finally been delivered to its recipient 66 years later. Chris Hermon, 75, was sent it from an American pen pal when he was a young boy living in Sussex but it never reached its destination. However, the correspondence was recently discovered at a charity shop in Dorchester, Dorset.

400-year-old 'wassailing' bowl used for traditional communal Twelve Night rituals on sale for £10K

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 400-year-old 'wassailing' bowl used for traditional communal Twelve Night rituals has emerged for sale for £10,000. The footed bowl would have been filled with warmed spiced wine or cider and passed around for people to drink from. The 'wassailing' tradition, which would surely fall foul of today's covid climate, showed charitable and neighbourly conduct between rich and poor in centuries past. It some cider-making areas of the country the ritual is still practised today to help promote a healthy apple orchard for the coming year. The 17ins tall lignum vitae bowl, which carries a decorative boss depicting the arms of Charles II, is going under the hammer with auctioneers Woolley & Wallis, of Salisbury, Wilts. It has come to the market from the deceased estate of a former antique dealer.

Covid means its been a ruff year for rare pups

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Covid pandemic has been a disaster for Britain's rarest breeds of dog with numbers expected to be lower than ever this year. While lockdown has seen the demand for puppies rise generally and breeders of 'popular' dogs have been able to cash in on the surge, for those trying to keep a dying breed going it has been a "logistical nightmare". Breeds like labradors and French bulldogs have proved more popular than ever, with breeders of the latter bumping their prices up to about £8,000 a pup.

Sheikh Barberists: The story of the largest barber in the Gaza Strip

Deir Al-Balah, Gaza Strip: In one of the narrow alleys of the Deir al-Balah refugee camp in the center of the Gaza Strip, there is an antique barrack that looks like a real time machine. One who sits on it may live within minutes of styling his hair or refining his beard in details of events that occurred 70 years ago. This barbershop is crowded with customers run by the elderly Palestinian Abu Daghim, the largest barber still practicing his profession in the sector. The barber, who completed his eight-year career, begins his work with the sunrise by going from his home in the Deir al-Balah camp to his nearby salon on his bicycle. The old man opens his salon and is assisted by two of his sons in the cleaning and equipment processing and washing the towels before the customers start to come. The barber works three hours a day in his shop before leaving him for his children, riding on his bicycle with shaving equipment and a small mirror of the homes of his elderly clients who can not come to the salon.

Cliff-top property that has stunning views of the Atlantic

***EXCLUSIVE*** A dramatic cliff-top property that has stunning views of the Atlantic has gone on the market for £2m. Skerryvore House sits out on its own rocky peninsula directly above an 80ft drop to the sea in Newquay, Cornwall. As such it boasts stunning sea view on three sides and has its own steps leading directly down to the beach below.