Story and video from SWNS A seven-year-old schoolgirl is raking in hundreds of pounds after opening an antique bottle shop in her parents' back garden. Betsy-Mae Lloyd launched her own business from a Victorian-style play shed built by her
His parents weren't expecting to receive a reply from the 'pearly gates response unit'
This father's trick shots were as funny as they were accurate, after he managed to hit one of his children in the head, not once - but three times. The dad set up his trick using a trampoline which, was meant to propel the balls into a back
Quarantining with family – harmoniously or not – is persuading some millennials to fly the nest, despite the financial barriers.
A man in California surprised his grandmother with a secret visit, after not seeing her for seven months. Colin Grafton, who had been working on a ship for the previous few months, pranked his grandmother at her home in Alamo by pretending to be
The Wright family have been everywhere from Germany to Greece in recent weeks - just virtually.
The Countdown star said she felt "guilty" for liking being at home with her family.
The patience of two toddlers is put to a stern test by their mothers. The pair are seated at a small table dominated by a delicious-looking dessert, and then asked not to eat it until the parents returned. The results are somewhat predictable.
One member of this family proves to be a crack shot during a game of spin the bottle. The family devised the game to counter lockdown boredom and there initially seems to be some confusion about the rules. What is certain is that eggs are
Carolyn Ellis of Ontario, Canada wasn't going to let coronavirus restrictions stop her giving her mother a big hug. So, she and her husband, Andrew, devised a safe way to do it, using what he called a "hug glove." The hug glove
This 87-year-old grandma with Alzheimer's discovered a newfound passion for all things fast and furious as her son drives fast around the streets of Central Coast, Australia. Hendrika makes car noises as her son, Jason, puts his foot down as
These parents in Los Angeles have come up with a novel way of busting the lockdown boredom blues. Footage shows how they've set up a 'kid arcade' in their house, with their children running past an open door while the grown-ups
Video and article from SWNS This is the moment a cheeky schoolboy was caught red-handed sneaking downstairs in middle of the night to switch the house wifi back on so he could play Fortnite. Jordan Squire, nine, is allowed to watch films on his
Including the quarantine-friendly version of going to the movies, cooking classes and crazy golf...