• Widow who lost five stone in her 50s says exercise changed her life

    A 73-year-old widow who was overweight until she lost five stone in her 50s, transforming herself from “Mrs Blobby to The Green Goddess”, has said exercise has “changed (her) life” – and she has recently found love again through her work as a fitness coach. Denise (Dee) Bristow, who lives in Staines, Surrey, said her parents nicknamed her “Dicky Doughnut” when she was a baby, and she was called “fatty” at school. She explained that she hated playing sports and she was always the last person to be chosen by her peers during PE lessons, and she was put on her first diet by her GP at 10 years old.

  • Ken Bruce discusses having six children by three different wives

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  • Prince Harry arrives at High Court for privacy claim hearing

    The Duke of Sussex arrives at the High Court for the final day of legal arguments in the case he brought against Associated Newspapers, along with other public figures including Sir Elton John and Baroness Doreen Lawrence.

  • These sweet potato pound muffins are the coziest side dish

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  • Woman stops shaving and celebrates her natural look: 'There's nothing wrong with being hairy'

    Rosie Hewett, 27, has grown to love her body hair and wants to encourage other women to do what they want with their bodies. Credit: SWNS

  • Prince Harry departs court after hacking claims hearing

    Prince Harry departs the High Court in London on the second day of the case brought against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers. .

  • Emmerdale couple reveal that their children are living with a rare genetic condition

    Mark Jordon and Laura Norton discussed their son's Usher syndrome diagnosis and why they are keen to raise awareness about the condition. Credit: 'Loose Women' / ITV / ITVX

  • Harry arrives at court for hacking claims hearing

    Prince Harry arrives at the High Court in London for the second day of the case brought against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers. .

  • Schoolgirl ‘shocked’ to find out she was pregnant on 15th birthday now pays for childcare by creating TikTok videos

    A schoolgirl who was “so shocked” to find out she was pregnant on her 15th birthday now has more than 400,000 TikTok followers, and uses her income from the social media platform to fund her childcare, saying she “wouldn’t change anything for the world”. Saffron Kelly, 16, who lives in Preston with her mum Helen, 49, a civil servant, and her 10-month-old baby daughter, Ivy-Mae, was unsure if she was going to keep her baby until she thought she had miscarried and realised she “couldn’t cope with the thought of losing her”. The teenager finds leaving her daughter when she goes to school “difficult” but knows she is doing it for her and is “grateful” that she can afford childcare through her TikTok content – her most watched video has more than 23 million views and she has made around £2,000 so far.

  • Make the iconic Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme at home

    Skip the line at the drive-through and make your own DIY Crunchwrap Supreme

  • Prince Harry arrival marks the start of four day phone-tapping trial

    Prince Harry has arrived at the High Court in London for the start of a phone-tapping and privacy trial against Associated Newspapers. The Prince has joined with Sir Elton John, Liz Hurley and other high profile celebrities in a group action dating back to October.

  • Kelly Hoppen talks candidly about her fear of getting tested for breast cancer before diagnosis

    Appearing on This Morning, Kelly Hoppen said "despite being a sensible woman" she had "the fear of god in me" about going and getting tested.  Now that she is all clear, she has shared the story of her diagnosis to help encourage other women to go to their mammograms. Credit: 'This Morning' / ITV / ITVX 

  • Prince Harry arrives at High Court

    The Duke of Sussex arrives at the High Court in London where the 38-year-old royal is one of several high-profile litigants taking legal action against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers over the alleged hacking of private information.

  • Designer hand crafts late father's coffin to help 'manage the grief'

    A creative designer who handmade his late father’s coffin in just 10 days as a final gift to him thinks his dad would be “proud” and said the experience changed his “perspective on death” and helped him “manage the grief”. Ollie Allen, 34, who lives in Sheffield with his wife Jessica and their two children, Carmen, 7, Robin, 5, got a “sudden feeling” to make the coffin after his dad, Bill Allen, died aged 72 on Februa

  • Prince William hears experiences of young Ukrainian refugees

    The Prince of Wales has met with a group of young people who fled the war in Ukraine during a visit to the Hala Koszyki Food Hall in the Polish capital of Warsaw. Prince William listened to their experiences and met those who have been helping them to settle into the community.

  • Prince in Poland: William lays wreath and meets president

    Prince William has paid tribute to Poland's fallen troops during his official visit to the country, laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw's Pilsudski Square. The Prince of Wales then met with the Polish President Andrzej Duda at the Presidential Palace.

  • Prince William meets Ukrainian refugees in Poland

    Prince William has visited a refugee accommodation centre, which houses around 300 Ukrainian women and children, during a visit to the Polish capital of Warsaw. The Prince of Wales took selfies and played table tennis with the little ones and met with the volunteers who have been helping the families to settle into the Polish community. .

  • Satisfy your Korean BBQ craving with this simple bulgogi recipe

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  • William meets Polish Defence Minister near Ukrainian border

    Prince William has met with Poland's Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak in Rzeszow, near the Ukrainian border, during a visit to the country. The Prince of Wales visited the Polish Territorial Defence Force, which has been heavily involved in providing support to Ukraine.

  • Woman who lost eye to rare childhood cancer hopes to inspire others

    Kelsey Ellison had her eye removed just before her third birthday and has learnt to embrace her disability in the face of cruel comments about her prosthetic eye. Credit: NORMA_NIGHT Via CATERS NEWS

  • Elevate your chocolate dessert with these espresso cookies

    The secret ingredient makes these cookies extra rich and flavorful.

  • Colonel Kate's St Patrick's Day Parade Celebrations

    Princess Kate takes over from Prince William as Colonel of the Irish Guards. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were met by the regiment for formal celebrations on St Patrick's Day. The Duchess handed out sprigs of shamrocks to mark the occasion, despite the wet weather.

  • You need these colorful falafels at your next party

    These delicious rainbow falafels are perfect to serve along-side a mezze platter

  • These ground turkey stuffed mini peppers are perfect for weeknights

    This dish adds a delicious twist on the traditional stuffed pepper recipe

  • Charles’ tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on first Commonwealth Day as King

    The King paid tribute to his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, on his first Commonwealth Day of the new reign. Speaking from the pulpit at Westminster Abbey, His Majesty said Queen Elizabeth “dedicated her long and remarkable life” in service to the “Commonwealth family”. Charles called on the Commonwealth nations to “strive together” to achieve a “global common good”.

  • Commonwealth Flag for Peace raised to join members' flags

    A Commonwealth Flag for Peace has been raised along with members' flags to mark 2023 as the Commonwealth Year of Peace. House of Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle observed the Flag Raising Ceremony in what is the first since the passing of the late Queen Elizabeth II.