This is the triumphant photograph (centre) which shows Nigel Farage meeting Donald Trump for the first time since the Republican was elected to the White House. The interim Ukip leader beat Theresa May to become the first UK politician to shake hands with the President-elect. Mr Farage and Ukip bosses (left and right) visited the glitzy Trump Tower in New York to celebrate the shock Republican win. Insiders said the two discussed 'freedom and winning' during their time together. Mr Farage and Mr Trump have had extraordinary years. Few political commentators would have predicted Mr Trump wiping out the Democrats or Mr Farage's Brexit success in June. Today's meeting came after Mr Farage said he would do 'very well' as US ambassador to the EU if the opportunity arose.
Multi-millionaire widow of Toni & Guy founder 'was duped out of £2million by her Swiss celebrity chef lover who splashed the money on flash cars, expensive watches and private jets'
London's High Court heard how Flora Mascolo (pictured top with her daughter Emmanuella), widow of Toni&Guy; founder Guy Mascolo (inset), had an 18-month relationship with Swiss-born 'celebrity chef' and restaurateur Michael Riemenschneider. During the relationship she claims she bought him a £150,000 Mercedes and gave him £2.12m to invest in two new restaurants. But she now says Mr Riemenschneider (bottom image) is a 'liar' and a gold-digger who 'used the restaurants as a front' to obtain her millions. Mr Riemenschneider, who has a string of UK restaurants, denies all the allegations against him, and says he is not being given a fair chance to defend himself.
Fitbit failure: Do those must-have fitness trackers really work? We put five high-tech gadgets to the test - with astonishing results
Fitness trackers will be, without doubt, at the top of many Christmas lists. They look like trendy watches, but contain high-tech gadgetry that tells us how many steps we take, distance covered and calories burned, our heart rate, quality of sleep, and a host of other data recorders. However, recent studies have found they make little difference to weight loss, and now doubts have been cast over what these devices, many of which cost upwards of £100, claim to do.
From a modest home built by her father to the future First Lady of the White House: Melania Trump is the daughter of a car parts salesman - but she always dreamed of a jet set lifestyle
She's set to become America's First Lady, with a life cossetted in the extravagant luxury afforded only to the super-rich. And although Melania Trump's existence today (left) as the wife of a billionaire is far removed from her childhood (inset) in a communist state, it is the fulfilment of the dreams that she nurtured living in her own white house as a 16-year-old. Now The Mail on Sunday has gone back to the young Melania's home town, spoken to some of her school friends - and tracked down that white house built by her father (top right).
People wanted to kill me, Prince Harry's girl revealed: Meghan Markle opened up to PIERS MORGAN about dating, death threats and her most embarrassing television moment to date
Meghan Markle's attitudes to relationships, the death threats she's received, and some of the dubious TV jobs she's taken can be revealed - thanks to a wide-ranging conversation she had with Mail on Sunday columnist Piers Morgan over a dirty martini in a London pub. Piers met the American actress in London in June, months before the world learned about her Royal relationship. She hinted about a 'persistent' man in her life - and the very next night, she was seen with Prince Harry at fashionable members' club Soho House.
Trinny Woodall's 'nightmare' £300,000 divorce battle from beyond the grave: Fashion guru's bizarre High Court battle over her dead ex-husband's debts
Fashion guru Trinny Woodall is locked in a 'nightmare' £300,000 legal battle over the debts of her ex-husband - who died two years ago. The makeover star, who is dating millionaire art collector Charles Saatchi (right), is fighting a bizarre High Court bid to make her responsible for the debts of former rock drummer Johnny Elichaoff (left with Woodall), who killed himself by jumping from a car park roof.
Horrifying moment baby boy is DROPPED 30ft to his death down the side of an escalator after his grandmother lost her footing
Devastating CCTV footage from China shows a grandmother accidentally dropping her four-month-old grandson 30ft down the side of an escalator to its death after she lost her footing and let go of him. The baby boy was reportedly rushed to hospital but died in the early hours of this morning.
'That will go down in Strictly history!': The judges are left speechless as Ed Balls performs his most daring routine to date with a salsa to Gangnam Style
It's one of the most pressure-filled weeks on Strictly Come Dancing, with the couples who survive this weekend able to head to the Blackpool shows next week. But none of the judges were prepared for what would come next as Ed Balls performed a show-stopping salsa to Gangnam Style with Katya Jones on Saturday night's show. 'It's risky!' Ed warned before taking to the floor. 'For the first time they might be looking if we can dance!'
Bataclan TURNS AWAY Eagles of Death Metal - who were playing when ISIS massacred 90 music fans - as the concert hall reopens a year after the attack
Paris' Bataclan concert hall turned away two members of Eagles of Death Metal who were playing during the ISIS attack at the venue last year. They tried to enter the venue for Sting's gig as the hall reopened to mark the anniversary of the massacre which killed 90 innocent music fans. But director Jules Frutos refused to let them in after frontman Jesse Hughes earlier this year suggested that Muslim staff were involved in the gun and suicide bomb attack on November 13, 2015.
The Firm out in force: Kate and the Queen bring out their princes for a star-studded Festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall
The Queen (pictured right) and other members of the Royal Family descended on the Royal Albert Hall for the annual Royal Festival of Remembrance. This year marks the centenaries of the Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Jutland, the 25th anniversary of the Gulf War and the and the 80th anniversary of the first flight of the Supermarine Spitfire. Other royals at the service on Saturday included the Duke of Edinburgh (right, with the Queen), the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (middle).
Woman with alopecia who has been single for FIVE YEARS fears she will never find love and says telling dates about her hair loss 'puts them off'
NEW Kayleigh Winter, 27, from Newcastle, has been single for five years as she said her hair loss has completely knocked her self-esteem. Kayleigh, who shares her story on TLC show Too Ugly For Love?, said she has tried online dating but that 'didn't work' because of her anxiety over her condition. She explains as she takes the wig off, right, in front of the cameras: 'I know a lot of people have things they want to hide and mine is a big secret I have struggled with for years. 'It is a big deal in my life. Guys see me like this (wearing a wig) but the real me is this (bald).'
Just how obsessed with Christmas adverts are we? Waitrose's heartwarming tale of a robin returning home is set to be turned into a book and even a computer game
The supermarket's 90-second film is to air during the X Factor Results show on ITV1, but you can watch the red-breasted bird's perilous journey before anyone else here. The commercial tells the story of a robin making his way from Scandinavia to a UK garden, where he knows a mince pie is awaiting him.
Conor McGregor to take a break from UFC as he announces his girlfriend is expecting their first child
NEW SPENCER MORGAN IN NEW YORK: The Irishman, who dispatched on lightweight king-pin Eddie Alvarez with ease at UFC 205, revealed he will become a father for the first time next year. McGregor had been teasing a 'big announcement' in the build up to the Madison Square Garden main event but made no mention of it as he discussed his stunning triumph with commentator Joe Rogan following the fight.
Thrilling, funny and a little bit sexy: J. K. Rowling's new film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is just magic
For five long years, Harry Potter fans have eagerly anticipated the latest spin-off to J. K. Rowling's blockbuster series, and I am delighted to report it has been worth every second of the wait. Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, which I caught at its New York premiere on Thursday, is quite wonderful. It's every bit as good as Potter and quite possibly even better. I absolutely loved it, writes Mail On Sunday film critic Matthew Bond.
Julian Lloyd Webber's war on a G-string: Composer fights to close brothels after his wife is mistaken for a PROSTITUTE just yards from their home
Julian Lloyd Webber has launched a fight against the illegal brothels - which masquerade as health centres - in South Kensington, London after his wife, the internationally acclaimed cellist Jiaxin Cheng, was mistaken for a sex worker. 'What annoys me is that many shops work so hard to try to pay very high rents through legitimate means, and then you have other kinds of shops getting away with you-know-what,' the conductor said.
A bull in a China shop (and street)! Raging animal causes chaos after hurtling down a busy road, charging at passers-by and breaking into a store
The fully-grown bull escaped after its owner tried to lead it out of the back of his truck in the eastern city of Fuyang. Footage shows the animal sprinting away from its owner before charging at him as he tried to catch him. The bull managed to get itself trapped in a shop before being caught by police. Officers took it to a quieter area, where it was shot.
'They were both among the noblest and bravest of our valiant officers': Poignant letters commemorating British soldiers who were killed on the Somme are shared by relatives to mark Remembrance Sunday
Letters, photographs and memoirs donated by parents whose sons were killed on the Somme have been released by the Imperial War Musuems to mark Remembrance Sunday. Among the stories is that of Cardiff-born Leonard Tregaskis and his brother Arthur Tregaskis (pictured right, front), who died in each other's arms in 1916 after one rushed to the aid of the other. The exhibit includes a letter written about them (inset), as well as a farewell letter from Second Lieutenant Frederick Bertram Key (pictured left), from Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire, who wrote to his father on the day before he died, in which he stated: 'If you receive this you will know that I have unfortunately been "bowled out" middle peg, however you may be sure I battled well'. Synonymous for the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of men, the Battle of the Somme was one of the most controversial conflicts of the First World War, with the British suffering 429,000 casualties.
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Antarctica is 14 million square kilometres of ice-covered landmass with temperatures dropping to below -90 degrees C. Striking images show the vast landscape of the continent which is home to the to the coldest, windiest and driest conditions on the planet. Scientists don climbing gear to squeeze their way through the naturally formed ice caves dotted around the vast area, top centre. Scott Base in New Zealand, bottom right, is vital to the their survival when exploring the continent and are kept company by the wildlife including penguins, bottom centre, and whales.
How's your Saturday going? Australian driver's £110,000 Ferrari with SEXYF1 number plate explodes into flames before his bank card, money and laptop are stolen during the chaos
Tan Shukla probably wished he stayed at home on Saturday after his $180k Ferrari exploded into flames after he stopped to use an ATM in the Sydney suburb of Lalor Park. And if things weren't bad enough, Mr Shukla's ATM card and money were pinched, while a man helping extinguish the fire then preceded to steal the Ferrari owners laptop.
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'Welcome to the family!' US brother and sister capture the hearts of thousands after their new sibling proudly shares photos of the joyous moment their adoption is finalised
While the rest of the country anxiously awaited the results of the presidential election, the Scudder family from Murrieta, California, spent Tuesday afternoon finalizing the adoption of Veronica, three, and Preston, one. Kylie, who is now the siblings' older sister, proudly took to Twitter after the adoption was made official to share photos of Veronica and Preston beaming for the camera.