They said their "thoughts and prayers" are with those caught up in the devastation.
As the year draws to a close, we’re desperately trying to squeeze a last-minute getaway in before the inevitable Christmas crush.But with festive flight deals invading our inbox, it can prove impossible to know where to kick-start our holiday planning.Thankfully, we’ve tracked down the 20 most searched-for holiday destinations of 2018 so you can finally cross off one of the hot spots you didn’t get a chance to see (or ‘gram) this year.Family favourites Cyprus, Malta and Benidorm proved popular in 2018 with Tenerife unsurprisingly stealing the top spot.When it comes to chic city breaks, Amsterdam played host to countless Brits alongside Dublin, Barcelona and Rome.Those itching for adventure were scouring the Internet for all things Aussie (we’re pretty sure Harry and Meghan have something to do with our newfound wanderlust).So if you’re itching to escape the manic run-up to Christmas, look no further for inspiration as we count down this year’s most searched-for holiday destinations from New York to Thailand.How many have you visited?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The most ridiculously expensive hotels in the UK – are they worth it?15 of the best campsites in EuropeThe best British destinations for a weekend away
An Instagram influencer from Australia says she was denied entry to the Louvre in Paris because of her dress.
There's about to be a lot more photos of Her Royal Highness hanging in Aussies' homes after this little-known right was discovered.
Well, a recent campaign by Weight Watchers in Australia is definitely one of those after many have accused it of suggesting that heavier people have worse sex lives. After research found that over half of Australian women feel self conscious having sex because of body image issues, the company decided to use this statistic in their latest campaign.
Love them or hate them, UGGs continue to be a footwear staple in the UK and beyond. The shoe combines two elements - the UGG moon boot design and that of a Teva neoprene sandal - and the result is as surreal as we’d expect. “Born from the water, ready for the street,” Teva’s Instagram account writes alongside an image of the angle-high edition of the sandal.
[Photo: Getty] Vanity Fair’s cover article on Margot Robbie has caused quite a stir lately - but not for reasons you might assume. Writer Rich Cohen has been labelled “sexist” and “creepy” on Twitter for describing the 26-year-old Australian actress as a “girl next door” and comparing her to a “second-semester freshman”. [Photo: Twitter/AlannaBennett] Branded as a sexist article and one that perpetuates lazy stereotypes about Australia on Twitter, Roxane Gay, writer and bestselling author of book Bad Feminist was one person to call him out, saying: “I mean… she’s a 26 year old movie star. The only freshmen is the guy with his d**k in his hand, aka Rich Cohen.”
In a TV interview on Monday night, personal trainer Michelle Bridges, who works with contestants on the Australian version of The Biggest Loser, was asked if she had an “agenda” when it comes to overweight men and women. What she said is causing a firestorm of negative feedback.
In the video, Cormit describes how she was offered the vaccination during her 28th week of pregnancy, "but being the healthy, fit, organic woman that I am, I said ‘Leave me alone, I don’t need this crap’”.
A prank pregnancy test product has been removed from shop shelves in Australia after a customer complained on Facebook. The product was on sale in stores of Australian fashion chain City Beach. The woman wrote that she had gone into the chain’s North Lakes store in Queensland with her daughter when she came across the prank pregnancy test.
In Hollywood, women can do a lot in high heels. Currently ranked 15th in the world, the Volcom-sponsored Australian seemingly accepted the challenge in order to prove that female pro surfers can be immensely talented and look glamorous. (Even if it is an advertisement for natural mosquito protection brand Para'Kito, one of her backers, as some suggest.) The 23-year-old’s not the first woman to take their high heels to, well, high places. Faith Dickey walked across a wire hundreds of feet in the air while wearing three-inch heels during the Women’s Highline Meeting in Ostrov in the Czech Republic. “Highlining is so hard already and walking in high heels isn’t easy either so combining them was very tricky,” the Austin, Texas-native said —after surviving. “Being on a highline is about learning to manage fear and remaining calm while adrenaline is flowing.