Stunning Serena proves JK Rowling was spot on! Williams wows at Wimbledon champions' dinner after Twitter body-shaming row

Serena Williams wows at Wimbledon champions' dinner alongside Novak Djokovic

Fresh from her convincing victory over Garbine Muguruza, the 33-year-old six-time champion looked resplendent as she arrived at the event in London wearing a hugging, peach-coloured floor-length gown (left and right). In an incredible performance on Saturday afternoon, the World Number One became the oldest ever Wimbledon champion and also moved one step closer to achieving a calendar Grand Slam, holding the titles for the world's four major tournaments in one year. But after her win, JK Rowling was forced to jump to the player's defence when a troll attributed her tennis success to being 'built like a man'. In a cutting response to the remark, the 49-year-old immediately posted two more images of Williams in a red figure-hugging knee-length dress before writing: 'Yeah, my husband looks just like this in a dress. You're an idiot' (inset). The effective response came after the author gushed: '#SerenaSlam! I love her. What an athlete, what a role model, what a woman!' Speaking tonight at the black-tie event about her attendance, Williams said: 'I brought a nice dress, just in case.'

Eric Garner's family 'REJECT $5million offer to settle wrongful death suit' - and instead say they are going to sue New York City for $75million

Eric Garner's family 'REJECT $5million offer to settle and demand $75million'

Garner's relatives, including widow Esaw (inset), are expected to launch legal action against New York City in the coming week over his death (main) last July on Staten Island. They allegedly said no to the settlement reportedly offered them by Scott Stringer, New York City's Controller. Garner, 43, died after a brutal arrest over the sale of loose cigarettes.

The hole that led the world's most wanted man to freedom... again: How Mexico's billion-dollar drug lord escaped down prison shower block tunnel where motorbike, lights and oxygen tanks were waiting for him

'El Chapo' Guzman escapes prison on an underground MOTORBIKE

Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman (pictured bottom right when he was captured last year) is on the run from Altiplano jail, 50 miles outside of Mexico City, security officials said today. It is thought the head of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel escaped through a hole in the prison's shower area last night and fled through a tunnel (left and top-right) that led to a half-built house around a mile away.

'Maybe check the Trump hotel?' Twitter ablaze with jokes about notorious drug lord escaping Mexican prison to take REVENGE on The Donald over his inflammatory remarks 

People are saying that the world?s most notorious drug lord has escaped from prison to go after Donald Trump.

Joaquín ?El Chapo' Guzmán Loera is now the world?s most wanted criminal. After breaking free from a maximum security prison by way of tunnels through his shower, the Internet has been cracking jokes and theories saying he may be after Mr Trump.
The Republican has been under fire for his disparaging comments against Mexican immigrants calling them ?drug dealers,"?rapists? and saying that they "wreak havoc" on the US population. Mexico is currently amidst a violent drug war, at the centre of which lies Guzman's cartel.

Meanwhile, officials discovered the prison break on Saturday evening. This is the second time Guzman has escaped from prison after he was jailed in February 2014 after a decade on the run. Once he was captured, it was considered an enormous victory for the Mexican government.

However, people are cracking jokes online, suggesting that Guzman has escaped to scare

Many users enjoyed mocking Trump, joking that the outspoken Republican would have to go into hiding after Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman busted out of a jail 50 miles west of Mexico City.

Visionary Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata, who launched Wii, dies of bile duct cancer aged 55

Satoru Iwata, who started off as a programmer, took the top post at Nintendo in 2002, two years after joining the firm ©Toru Yamanaka (AFP/File)

In a brief statement, the Kyoto-based firm said Iwata passed away on Saturday, with analysts warning that his death could dent the company's turnaround plan.

Actress Amandla Stenberg in bizarre race rant at Kylie Jenner for 'appropriating black culture' with her cornrows but failing to use her celebrity 'to help black Americans'

Kylie Jenner and Hunger Games' Amandla Stenberg in feud over cornrows

Kylie Jenner got into an online row with The Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg on Saturday. The 17-year-old reality star was slammed by the actress on Instagram after sharing a photo which showed her with her hair in cornrows. Amandla accused Kylie of 'appropriating black culture' without using her celebrity 'to help black Americans'.

EXCLUSIVE: Sherri Shepherd set to return to The View to help save the struggling show

Sherri Shepherd, who left the ABC daytime talk show in 2014, is set to return on a part-time basis starting this fall. She will be a rotating host that will sit in the fifth position on the show.

Rapper Chapo killed in drive-by shooting by gunmen who then mowed down and killed one-year-boy in a stroller as they fled scene

The Chicago-based artist, 22, whose real name is Marvin Carr, was shot in the hip and side on Saturday in the city's South Side. The youngster Dillan Harris was then hit as his mother watched.

Gunman, 24, killed after injuring two police officers near Chicago home where another man was found dead

NEW Matthew Watson, 24, was killed in River Forest, Illinois, on Sunday after he 'ambushed' two police officers, injuring both of them. Another man was found dead inside the home.

Secrets we keep for 15 years: Three in five people have something they dread their friends and family finding out about 

Millions of us have a skeleton in our closet, according to research, ranging from affairs through to secret children. More common secrets include debts, tattoos or internet histories.

Miss Oklahoma is crowned Miss USA
as co-owner Trump skips his own pageant to 'focus on presidential campaign' following Mexican immigrant controversy

Miss Oklahoma crowned Miss USA in 64th-annual contest, beating out 50 other women for

Olivia Jordan of Oklahoma was crowned Miss USA on Sunday in Baton Rouge, beating out 50 other women during the contest that was largely overshadowed by weeks of controversy generated by pageant co-owner Donald Trump, who slammed Mexican immigrants in comments during the presidential campaign. The 26-year-old winner was followed by first runner-up Yliana Guerra, 22, of Texas, and second runner-up Anea Garcia, 20, of Rhode Island. Guerra was one of three contestants who has Hispanic heritage. Jordan, of Tulsa, Oklahoma is a group fitness instructor and personal trainer. She attended Boston University, where she earned a B.S. in Health Science. She has appeared in several national and international commercials and feature films, most recently, Hot Tub Time Machine 2.

Caitlyn Jenner 'will only be charged with misdemeanor' for fatal Malibu crash that left her 69-year-old neighbour dead

According to TMZ, police have concluded that no drugs, alcohol, or talking or texting on a phone were to blame for the pile-up, and will determine that merely negligence, which is not a felony, was the cause.

Oregon airport now allows passengers to carry up to an ounce of marijuana on in-state flights 

Travelers who are 21 years old and older can carry up to an ounce of marijuana on flights that take off and land within Oregon borders. The drug was legalized for recreational use July 1.

The Incredible Sulk! Hilarious moment a frustrated Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic tries to rip his t-shirt off after losing a tie-break.. but fails miserably

Novak Djokovic’s fails to tear off his T-shirt in  Wimbledon 2015 men's final

After losing a rally during the second set tie-break against Federer, a furious Djokovic attempted to rip off his shirt in scenes evoking images of the Incredible Hulk. Except the shirt wouldn't rip. Despite an intense effort to tear it off, and perhaps forgetting the strict etiquette of Wimbledon's Centre Court, the 28-year-old was forced to remove it the traditional way - over his head.

King Novak! Djokovic beats Roger Federer in dramatic Wimbledon final for second successive year in front of a star-studded crowd

It is the 40th time the players have met and a repeat of last year's final in which Djokovic triumphed. Federer is vying to become the oldest champion ever at 33.

Racing driver Lewis Hamilton is BARRED from Centre Court's Royal Box because he wasn't wearing a jacket and tie

The driver, who had posted a picture of his Royal Box invitation earlier today, was sent away by officials after turning up in a rather colourful ensemble, which included a bright floral shirt.

Buffalo Bills coach Aaron Kromer is arrested for 'punching a boy at a Florida beach and threatening to kill his family' over the use of a beach chair

Buffalo Bills coach Aaron Kromer arrested for 'punching a boy at a beach'

Aaron Kromer, 48, was taken into custody at 2 a.m. by police in Walton, Florida, following the altercation and was released on bond about an hour later, authorities said. Kromer got into a confrontation with three boys over the use of beach chairs near an access point for Inlet Beach in Florida.

U.S. considers putting drones in North Africa to increase monitoring of Islamic State in Libya following recent spate or terrorist attacks

NEW Officials believe a base near Islamic State strongholds and training camps in Libya would help the United States 'fill gaps in our understanding of what's going on' in that region.

Do micro workouts really work? Fitness apps promise results in just THREE minutes a day... but experts say there's a catch

Australian health experts say the results promised by three to seven minute 'fast workouts' are almost impossible to achieve as you have to work out at 100 per cent of your capacity.

Five bikini-clad models, helicopters and a slick $40,000 video: What it took to sell this $33million dream home in the world of ultra-competitive Hollywood real estate

Bikini models needed to sell $33m home in the world of Hollywood real estate

Surprisingly, the footage from this video isn't from the latest slick rap video - but is meant to showcase 9133 Oriole Way in West Hollywood, which is on the market for $33million. Alongside lingering shots of models' behinds (top left) and swimming pool scenes (bottom right), the slick film takes viewers inside and outside the home. Such films, only tangentially related to the property, are a weapon in the arsenal of realtors hoping to shift some of the priciest property in the U.S.

Bill Cosby's wife claims alleged victims 'consented' to drugs and sex

Camille Cosby reportedly ordered a crisis team gathered at their Massachusetts home Tuesday to 'get back out in front of this'.

Drunk father arrested for abandoning his three-year-old daughter at Subway in the middle of the night after buying her a foot-long sandwich and sitting her at a table

Stanley Fredrique abandons daughter at Subway in the middle of the night

Stanley Fredrique, 34, of Elmont in Long Island, took his daughter Natalie to the fast-food chain in Harlem, New York, just before midnight on Saturday and told her to sit at a table and wait for him to return but he never did. Surveillance footage, pictured bottom left, shows the pair happily walking hand-in-hand along the sidewalk together before going into the restaurant. A concerned employee took Natalie, pictured right, to a nearby police station after realizing Fredrique was not coming back. Fredrique, pictured top left as he was arrested, told police he had forgotten her and tried to report her missing the next day. He now faces child endangerment charges.

'We were told to watch black customers': Security workers sue Disney World claiming they were told to treat certain races with 'suspicion' 

Two security workers, Nabil Bormoi and Camelia Joseph have filed lawsuits against the Florida theme park, claiming they were subjected to racial and religious discrimination while at work.

Desperate search for small private plane carrying senior couple and their step-granddaughter after it goes off the radar in Washington state

The plane carrying three people, including the pilot, left western Montana about 4 p.m. Saturday and was due in Lynden around 7 p.m, according to Washington state transportation officials.

How the world's newest glacier is forming on Washington's Mount St. Helens... site of the deadliest volcanic eruption in US history

The Crater Glacier has been forming for decades in the horseshoe-shaped crater that was left on the mountain after the May 1980 volcanic eruption and has created a perfect environment for growth.

Shocking moment female weightlifter collapses during a lift attempt at the Pan Am Games in Oshawa

Woman collapses weightlifting at the Pan Am Games in Oshawa

A Venezuelan weightlifter missed an attempt on the clean & jerk Sunday at the Pan Am Games and fell to the ground -- but still managed to snag a silver medal. 20-year-old Genesis Rodriguez Gomez competed in the women's 53kg Group A at the competition, which is being held in Oshawa, Ontario. She missed her first attempt on the clean and jerk at 106kg. Rodriguez raised the bar to her shoulders and paused before raising it over her head. However, she collapsed onto the platform and the bar fell behind her. Rodriguez later completed her second attempt at the same weight, as well as her third and final clean and jerk at 109kg. She finished in second place.

Yellow fever! Minions swarms box office with $115.2M haul to become the second-biggest animated opening of all time

In this image released by Universal Pictures, characters, from left, Stuart, Bob, Kevin and Scarlet Overkill, voiced by Sandra Bullock, appear in a scene from the animated feature, "Minions." (Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures via AP)

It looks like all that marketing is starting to pay off. Minions overran the box office on the weekend as audiences shelled out an estimated $115.2 million to see the evil-master-serving horde

Train your brain to stick to ANY diet! New book from leading psychology professor aims to help slimmers stay on track

What woman hasn't abandoned a low-carb plan at the sight of a Jaffa cake or tumbled headlong from the 5:2 when someone protests that they made chocolate cake 'just for you'?

REVEALED: US soldiers opposed to war now find Canada less hospitable as a refuge for resisters as it tightens its immigration laws

There are an estimated two dozen U.S. military members still waiting out their fate in Canada, and the resisters' movement is seen as nearing a crossroads.

ISIS release sickening new video of their most brutal massacre ever as prisoners are made to lie down in mass graves before being machine gunned to death

ISIS execution video shows prisoners in mass graves before being machine gunned

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Islamic State fanatics have released one of their most sickening videos yet - new footage of hundreds of military cadets being machine gunned to death while lying face down in the dirt. The grisly footage shows executions on an industrial scale, as young men are seen falling from trucks and pleading for their lives before being lay down and sprayed with bullets. The video reveals the true scale of last year's Speicher massacre, where up to 1,700 military cadets are thought to have been slaughtered.

Rapper who became one of the first British jihadis to join ISIS has fled Syria and is on the run in Turkey

Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary, 25, whose father was a key lieutenant of Osama bin Laden, is believed to be hiding among thousands of refugees in the chaotic border zone with Turkey.

Malala Yousafzai calls on the world to stop failing the people of Syria as she marks her 18th birthday by opening girls' school 

The youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize told world leaders they are 'failing' Syria's children, as she celebrated her 18th birthday. She described the refugee crisis as a 'heartbreaking tragedy'.

The Wild West, by the man who dedicated his life to photographing it

The Wild West photographed by Edward S. Curtis who dedicated his life to it

Between 1906 and 1930, Edward S. Curtis, originally from Wisconsin, was commissioned by JP Morgan to document the Native American culture in a project that would have - by today's standards - cost an estimated $35 million. The result was over 40,000 negatives and endless stories and essays. Some 100 rarely-seen photos are at the center at a new retrospective book Edward S. Curtis: One Hundred Masterworks. 'He realized that he could not only preserve a record of the history, culture, and profound humanity of Native peoples but felt absolutely compelled to do so before they vanished forever,' curator Christopher Cardozo wrote in the book. Curtis is pictured in a self portrait bottom right.

Now this'll clean you out! 24-Carat gold vacuum cleaner is world's most expensive at $1m 

The cleaning appliance is described as 'ideal for red carpets, yacht decks and stretched-limousines' and comes with a certificate of authenticity for anyone rich enough to purchase it

Facebook user is forced to change name by deed poll to match her 'ridiculous' online name after being locked out of account 

Jemma Rogers, 30, from London, has changed her name to Jemmaroid Von Laalaa by deed poll, after Facebook locked her out of her account because she couldn't prove the pseudonym was real.


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Carole and Pippa are given starring roles in series of royal baby books on sale at the Buckingham Palace gift shop

Carole and Pippa Middleton given starring roles in series of royal baby books

Carole (left), Michael and Pippa Middleton - but not her brother James - all have star turns in the Shhh! Don't Wake the Royal Baby! series, on sale in the Buckingham Palace gift shop for $10 each. The Duchess of Cambridge's family join the royals (pictured top) to organise Prince George's first birthday party in Happy Birthday, Royal Baby! Wielding a to-do list, Pippa is seen announcing: 'Everything needs to be perfect for the Royal Baby's celebrations' (bottom right). Middleton matriarch Carole - wearing the same floral-print dress she wore to visit George for the first time in hospital - is shown in a headset ordering the 'royal balloon blower' to use 'More puff! More puff! (bottom left). Grandfather Michael, meanwhile, can be seen trying out George's bouncy castle in the palace garden. The only missing Middleton is Kate's bearded brother, James, who runs a business selling personalised marshmallows and fails to get a single mention.

'Don't use trip to Africa for self-promotion': Prince Harry is warned against turning royal visit into publicity stunt by Namibian officials, says SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE

Having left the Armed Forces last month, the Prince is currently in Namibia lending his efforts to tackle ivory poachers, but the ministry wasn't even aware of Harry's arrival two weeks ago.

Cinema legend Omar Sharif is laid to rest at solemn Egyptian funeral after dying of a heart attack aged 83

Mourners carry the coffin of Egyptian actor Omar Sharif for a funeral procession at the Hussein Tantawi Mosque in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, July 12, 2015. Sharif, the Egyptian-born actor with the dark, soulful eyes who soared to international stardom in movie epics, "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Doctor Zhivago," died in a Cairo hospital of a heart attack, on Friday, July 10. He was 83. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

Legendary actor Omar Sharif, who died on Friday after suffering a heart attack aged 83, has been laid to rest in his native Egypt at a solemn funeral in a Cairo mosque on Sunday.

Waterfall, halo and fishtail braids take off as hairdresser to the stars posts different style idea every day for a year...and promises there's a plait to suit everyone

Thought you'd seen every plaited hairstyle possible? Think again. Celebrity hairstylist Sarah Potempa has embarked upon a project to showcase a new braided hair idea every day for an entire year.

'He's come such a long way': Adam the Labrador who was allergic to humans which caused him to have inflamed skin and his hair to fall out is CURED

Adam, a black Labrador mix, is now enjoying his new home with owner Beth Weber without having to deal with his hair falling out or his skin becoming pitifully inflamed.

Pippa Middleton 'ticks a life box' as she completes her first full marathon in 30-degree heat across the Kenya plains

Kate Middleton's sister Pippa completes Safaricom Marathon in Kenya

Pippa Middleton (left) says that she feels like she's 'ticked a life box' after completing her first full marathon. The 31-year-old brunette ran the Tusk trust's Safaricom Marathon in Kenya (right), Africa, late last month and finished in an impressive three hours 56 minutes - placing her 30th out of 200 runners. Writing about her achievement in this week's HELLO! magazine, Pippa said: 'I decided that a marathon was a "life box" that needed ticking and this year was my time - despite it being one of the toughest in the world, with temperatures rising to more than 30C, at an altitude of 5,550ft and with the possibility of bumping into lions or rhinos.' She added that she was hit by 'a wave of emotion' as she set off with dozens of other competitors at 7am in the morning.

Paradise on earth! Galapagos voted best island in the world by travellers (but the rest of the top 10 is just as stunning)

Galapagos voted best island in the world by travellers

Galapagos Islands (bottom right) is high on the bucket lists of many travellers who are keen to spot giant tortoises, sea lions and plants that most people will never see in their lifetime. It was named the world's best island by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine, with the rest of the top 10 including Maldives (bottom left), Moorea in French Polynesia (top right), Maui, Hawaii (inset) and the Indonesian island of Bali (top left).

'Outlawz' rapper who collaborated with Tupac on infamous 'Hit em up' is killed in car crash

Hussein Fatal, a founding member of hip hop group The Outlawz and a collaborator of Tupac Shakur has been killed in a car accident, his friends have confirmed.

Two flight attendants and a passenger taken to hospital after Washington-bound United Airlines flight rocked by severe turbulence

Two United Airlines planes encountered turbulence while approaching Dulles airport, with three people on a flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, being met by paramedics when the aircraft landed.

Walmart sparks anger after it refuses to sell a customer a class ring because it has a Confederate flag on it and says it will 'melt it down instead'

Elaine Glidewell said that when she went to pick up her order from the store in Fort Smith, Arkansas, she was told that she could not purchase the ring as the store was not allowed to sell it to her.

Shoppers at Target left red-faced after they hear loud porn playing over the store's PA system

The unsuspecting shoppers were browsing through the aisles of a Target in San Luis Obispo, California, when the sound of porn interrupted their shopping trip.

Horrifying video shows the moment hit-and-run driver crashes into four women and sends them FLYING through the air during a street brawl in St Louis

Video shows women sent flying during hit-and-run in St. Louis street

The footage shows a group of people watching two unidentified women getting into an argument in the middle of the street. One then throws something at the other and appears to turn on a Tazer in her hand. Moments later a man is heard screaming 'watch out' before the silver vehicle slams into the group, sending them through the air before they land on the road. The victims are then seen picking themselves up from the street, one holding their face, as the crowd watches in horror. The female driver, said to be in her twenties, and a passenger then drive back-up the car and fleeing with a dent in the hood.

Turning this hero into a racist is an epic blunder: As To Kill A Mockingbird author's new novel reveals a disturbing twist, one life-long fan has a warning 

The much-hyped second novel of Harper Lee, the Pulitzer prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, is to be published tomorrow. But the transformation of Atticus Finch is a shock.

NYPD on the hunt for cyclist who hit and critically injured a woman on the Upper East Side before fleeing

The 67-year-old woman was left critically injured after being hit by the bike - and now investigators have released footage in the hope of tracking the male rider down.

Money does grow on trees! German hikers set for $200,000 windfall after being caught in deluge of €50 notes that fell from oak tree at the campsite 

A group of German hikers were caught in an unexpected windfall, in the north-eastern Mirow area. A bag used to stash the money in the top branches had split, allowing €50 notes to fall from the sky.

54 stingrays die at Chicago-area zoo due to low oxygen levels in their tank

Four southern stingrays and 50 cow-nose rays in the Brookfield Zoo exhibit were in a shallow pool that allows visitors to touch and feed the creatures. Most of the stingrays died on Friday.

Hero pizza shop worker saves kidnapped boy, 7, during her smoke break after identifying abductor's car from Amber Alert

Corpus Christi pizza shop employee rescues kidnapped boy after Amber Alert on her phone

Courtney Best (right), a 26-year-old employee at Papa Murphy's Pizza in Corpus Cristi, Texas, noticed a white Dodge Avenger matching a description for a vehicle in an Amber Alert for an abducted boy, seven-year-old Nicholas Gomez (left), while on a smoke break during a shift at work on Thursday at about 12.10pm. She matched the car's license plate and called the police as she followed the vehicle out of the parking lot. Soon after, Corpus Christi police pulled over the vehicle and arrested Channing Eloy Galbraith (inset) on a $100,000 kidnapping warrant obtained by Alice, Texas, police department detectives.

Audi drives reverse down Laurel Canyon Boulevard in Hollywood in dramatic video

An Audi with dealer plates was filmed driving backwards on Mulholland Drive, Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Hollywood Boulevard in California. The driver could be charged, according to police.

Wine and design: The quirky boutique vineyard in Chile that offers guests art among the vines

Tease the senses with a trip to Chile where fine wine and eclectic art meet. Viña Vik Hotel offers one-off designer suites and a vineyard with ambitions to produce the country's best wine.

Shocking moment brazen robbers use stolen BACKHOE to rip loose bank ATM

Francisco Hernandez, 54, and Jesus Antonio Sanchez, 50, were arrested after they allegedly tore down the structure at a CenterState Bank branch in Winter Haven, Florida.

Empire State Building fights to ban photographer over his X-rated photoshoots of topless models cavorting in front of stunned tourists

Officials from the Big Apple building want to bar Allen Henson from entering the skyscraper after he staged a controversial shoot surrounded by tourists as part of his 'boobs around town project'.

'I was just doing what I loved': Female WWII fighter pilot humble as she is honored with vintage flyover on her 99th birthday

Female WWII fighter pilot Dorothy Olsen honored with vintage flyover

Dorothy Olsen, who turned 99 on Friday, was given a memorial flyover in Seattle, Washington, featuring some of the '30s and '40s aircraft she helped fly around for the armed forces. She is pictured above standing on one of her aircraft when she was in her 20s - and is pictured top left, in her hold uniform, at the flyover in Seattle, Washington, this weekend.

Is Botox the secret to smooth HAIR? Meet the women getting sweat-reducing scalp injections to beat the summer frizz

Marketing executive Michelle MacCormack used to despair of her thick, unruly, blonde hair. Her daily struggle to look groomed involved many hours blow-drying her wavy mane poker-straight.

Detroit's once-glamorous Park Avenue Hotel that became vacant graffiti-covered building known as Zombieland is blown up

The iconic 13-story building was brought down by 200lb of explosives and had been vacant since 2003, receiving its nickname from a graffiti tag scribbled along the windows of the top floor.

How ultrasound helps wound heal THREE TIMES faster: Sound waves can even heal injuries that would otherwise lead to amputation 

The high frequency soundwaves - commonly used to scan pregnant women - have been found to stimulate the body's natural healing process in wounds.

The women in white who are happy to upstage the bride: Three in five admit they would happily wear colour to a wedding 

Once the ultimate faux pas, now more women are following in the footsteps of supermodel Kate Moss who allowed her 15 bridesmaids to wear white dresses.

Here's looking at you, mom! Parents capture on film joyous moment baby with weak eyesight is given her first pair of glasses

Cincinnati mum captures moment baby is given her first pair of glasses

Mother-of-two Jessica Sinclair, 26, from Cincinnati, Ohio, posted a video of baby daughter Piper's reaction after putting on a pair of prescription glasses for the first time. The viral video, which was posted on Facebook, has already garnered 12,179,340 views over the last week. (From left to right: Piper, who has weak eyesight, is seen struggling against the glasses; the pink-rimmed pair eventually slip on securely; she smiles at her parents awe-struck at her new vision; eventually she bursts into a joyous smile.)



The $2bn nuclear power plant that never split an atom: Eerie images of Satsop Nuclear Power Plant nestled deep in Washington

Inside abandoned Satsop Nuclear Power Plant in Elma, Washington

The 481-foot cooling towers on the site have never been used, since the multi-billion dollar development was scrapped in 1983. The deserted building in Elma, Washington, was part of the largest nuclear power plant construction project in U.S. history.

Inside the Ku Klux Klan: Explosive new documentary reveals the reviled racists are growing in strength as America battles race-relations crisis

A filmmaker, who followed the KKK for seven months, discovered that the white supremacists are thriving, even near Ferguson, which was ripped apart by race riots last year.

Come on in, the water's... somewhere: Thousands of Chinese tourists cram into the world's most packed swimming pool

It appears everybody followed orders when someone shouted 'everybody into the pool' at China's 'Dead Sea' water park. Up to 10,000 packed the pool during a spell of high temperatures.

The Earth erupts! Spectacular pictures show THREE volcanoes ablaze in Mexico, Chile and Indonesia while a fourth rumbles away

Volcanoes erupt in Mexico, Chile and Indonesia while a fourth rumbles

Hundreds of people have been forced to flee from their villages located at the foot of the Colima Volcano in western Mexico(top left), following an eruption this weekend. In Chile, the Villarrica Volcano(bottom left), around 460 miles south of the capital Santiago, has been erupting overnight. Mount Raung on Indonesia's main island of Java(top left) has been erupting for weeks, and on Sunday a cloud of drifting ash forced the closure of Bali airport for the second time in a week. Also in Indonesia, Mount Sinabung in Sumatra (bottom right), has been erupting for two months, forcing the evacuation of more than 10,000 people.



Is this Australia's friendliest wombat? Adorable marsupial follows family on their beach stroll

Australian wombat follows family on their beach stroll

A family had their afternoon beach walk interrupted when a baby wombat (pictured) charged at them from the bushes and then proceeded to follow them for the next kilometre. The friendly wombat was very inquisitive- chasing behind them, sniffing at their feet and stopping to indulge in a quick back scratch. Whilst wombats are not usually agressive, they are highly territorial and very capable of inflicting damage when threatened.

The ultimate his 'n' hers motors: first and last ever Bugatti Veyrons go up for sale and they are yours for just £3.5million 

The two cars, which are being sold by a mulit-millionaire super car fan at an auction in California next month, both have 1,000 bhp and can for from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds.

Do not look into the eyes! Sculpture proves that people cannot resist a bit of temptation and squirts them with water when they stare

Norwegian artist Erik Pirolt sculptured the head of a man, placed it behind a viewing glass and attached a sign to it warning people not to look at it in the eyes. But who can resist temptation?

'It's a day care centre for the babies': Amazing photographs show adorable seals playing in the same New Zealand waterfall they return to every year

The fur seal youngsters have turned the beautiful Ohau Waterfall, just north of Kaikoura, New Zealand, into their personal swimming pool despite it being more than a mile from the coast.

Shark-CANO! Sharks are filmed swimming inside the crater of an active volcano 150ft underwater

The video (grab pictured) was recorded by ocean engineer Brennan Phillips and a team of researchers in and around the active underwater volcano Kavachi, near the Solomon Islands.

New York City hosts its first disability pride parade to honor 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

Thousands of people, some in wheelchairs and some with guide dogs, took to the streets of New York on Sunday to celebrate disability pride as part of the city's disability pride month.

It's a tough job but someone's got to do it! Girl lures tourists by wearing revealing mermaid costume in sub-zero temperatures

An unnamed girl has braved the cold as she exposed herself to elements of -10 degrees Celsius in a shimmering blue mermaid costume to promote an ice festival in China.

What women REALLY look like: Artist appeals for everyday models of 'all shapes and sizes' to pose for photographs to highlight 'body diversity' - and is inundated with offers

Amy Herrmann appeals for everyday models of 'all shapes and sizes'

An artist is aiming to create an accurate snapshot of the diversity of all women, by photographing 100 volunteer models of all age, shape and size. Amy Herrmann, from Adelaide, launched the Underneath We Are Women six weeks ago and has been 'overwhelmed' by the response. Ms Herrmann said she initially started it as 'a little side project' before she quickly realised the magnitude of what she was setting out to create. A crowdfunding page has been created for the project, and already people have flocked to offer their support and donated.