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William and Harry join Kate for Queen's 70th anniversary

Kate, 35, (centre with William) received a very special loan in the form of a pearl choker as she attended the anniversary dinner of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in Windsor on Monday. The four-strand pearl necklace worn by the Duchess of Cambridge this evening previously belonged to the Queen and it is believed to be the first time that she has worn the piece. The choker was in the past borrowed by Princess Diana, who was loaned the statement piece to wear at a banquet at Hampton Court Palace in 1982 (bottom right) and was seen on Her Majesty the following year in Bangladesh (top right). First to arrive were the Queen's grandsons Princes William 35, and Harry, 33, who travelled by car joined by the Duchess of Cambridge who sat between her husband and Harry (pictured inset). The Duchess is thought to be wearing a £785 Diane Von Furstenberg dress which she was spotted wearing just a few weeks ago to a gala dinner. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh (pictured in their official portrait to mark the occasion, left) are celebrating 70 years of marriage together a milestone platinum anniversary.

Sale man convicted of rape after being in same cell as vic

Gary Mottershead, 50, of Sale, Greater Manchester, spent more than three decades believing he had got away with his crimes after he raped and molested a six-year-old boy in the 1980s. But in 2015 after the 50-year old was detained on suspicion of assaulting his wife, Mottershead was remanded in custody and in a twist of fate was sent to the same cell where his victim, now 43, was being held for burglary. The victim - who cannot be named - at first didn't recognise his cellmate but began to realise he was the sex offender who abused him between 1981 and 1983 and told a prison guard.

While a clean diet is a great way to kickstart your health, many are not consuming the nutrients required for a fit and functional mind and body. Here, Susie Burrell reveals what they are.

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The government is set to offer EU negotiators £40billion in order to secure a free trade deal with the bloc - which is double what Theresa May initially suggested she was willing to pay.

NEW Eurocrats have been stalling on the talks in an attempt to make Britain cough up more cash in a 'divorce' settlement before starting trade negotiations.

GABA drugs are increasingly being used in the UK to treat nerve pain such as diabetic neuropathy (a complication of diabetes), shingles pain and trigeminal neuralgia (severe facial pain).

Paul Hollywood's wife 'struggled to forgive infidelity'

Great British Bake Off host Paul Hollywood and his wife Alex are separating after nearly 20 years of marriage after she struggled to come to terms with his infidelity. Sources close to the couple (left) said that Alex was anxious over her husband's wandering eyes following his high-profile affair while working in the US. They previously separated in 2013 when the TV chef admitted his affair with Marcela Valladolid (bottom right), his co-star on the US version of Bake Off, but reconciled shortly after. After patching their marriage back together, their relationship once again broke down. Earlier this month Paul, 51, was pictured kissing the winner of the seventh season of Bake Off, Candice Brown, 32 (top right). Series seven winner Candice, who recently announced her engagement to Liam Macauley, was spotted with Paul as he cupped the back of her head and kissed her goodbye following a night out at the Pride of Britain Awards in London.

He's supposed to be tough! Boxer Amir Khan leaves campmates outraged and without food as he GIVES UP on the Bush Tucker Trial when he grabs a snake

Amir Khan left his camp mates in shock on Monday night as he said 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' during the first Bush Tucker Trial.  The 30-year-old gave up on the challenge after being faced with his biggest fear, snakes - therefore leaving the entire camp without food for 24 hours. While he admitted he had been 'terrified', his partner in crime Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo was furious with his actions, later telling camp: 'I could actually cry'. 

According to The Sun, the 44-year-old has agreed to enter the famous Croc Creek camp later this week, after bosses expressed their desire for a star who would 'ruffle a few feathers'.

In heartbreaking scenes, the 33-year-old was seen struggling to fight back her tears as she discussed her husband Chris and her son Albert, three - and vowed to be 'strong' for them.

I'm A Celeb 2017: Rebekah Vardy shows off her assets

It was revealed just hours before that the jungle shower could cause fungal infections among the I'm A Celebrity stars. Yet blissfully unaware Rebekah Vardy, who was at high risk due to her surgically-enhanced assets, still stripped off for a steamy dip in the al fresco shower on Tuesday night's episode of the ITV survival show. The 35-year-old wife of Leicester City player Jamie Vardy looked incredible in a scanty lace-up number while she was joined by football legend Dennis Wise, 50, who flaunted his age-defying physique under the water.

Angela Merkel raised the prospect of fresh German elections on Monday after talks to form a coalition following last month's election broke down after potential partners failed to agree on policy.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has failed to reach an agreement with the Free Democrat Party and the German Greens. Her Christian Democrat Union alliance with the Christian Social Union is trying to reach out to the other two parties to make a four-party coalition. She is pictured with Volker Kauder, leader of CDU/CSU faction 

With the end of Angela Merkel's (pictured) 12-year dominance comes an opportunity not to be missed for Britain in its Brexit negotiations, WRITES MARK ALMOND.

Family of Queens jogger Karina Vetrano weep in court

The parents of the Queens jogger who was murdered in August 2016 wept in court as her accused killer went into details about the final moments of her life.  Cathie and Philip Vetrano (pictured inset in April) sat in court as Chanel Lewis (right) calmly confessed to the brutal beating and strangulation of their daughter, Karina Vetrano (left). At one point the distraught mother brought a foot-long golden crucifix she keeps with her in court to her tear-stained face as she watched the footage of his confession, according to the New York Post.  Police claim the 21-year-old murdered Vetrano, 30, on August 2, 2016, while she was on a run in Spring Creek Park in Howard Beach, Queens.

Researchers in Sweden analyzed xenon isotopes from the debris, along with weather conditions and observations of the destroyed tank. This suggests a nuclear explosion happened first.

Asda has been handing out slices of its Extra Special luxury all-butter mince pies for consumers to try with Christmas just five weeks away - but staff are requesting proof of age.

Made you look! Woman struts through a mall in nothing but a thong and BODY PAINT to see if shoppers spot her saucy get-up 

Model Maria Luciotti was given a faux pair of jeans and a shirt by body paint artist Jen Seidel before they headed to a mall in Towson, Maryland. Several shoppers did double-takes when they realized what the model was definitely not wearing, with some creepier observers taking out their phones. The video has been viewed more than 200,000 times in just three days.

Glenn Wall's Vauxhall Astra hit 25-year-old Helena Thurm (pictured) as she crossed a busy road junction in Timperley, Greater Manchester while walking back from a job interview.

Mobile CT scanners will be rolled out to supermarket car parks across the UK after a trial in Manchester led to a four-fold increase in detection rates among at-risk patients.

Some 60 firefighters tackled the blaze at the four-storey building in Daleham Gardens, Hampstead, that broke out in the early hours of Tuesday.

Bungling Gaia Pope police arrested three members of one family over her 'murder' because 'the time stamp on CCTV was wrong by an hour and didn't tally with suspect's alibi'

Officers arrested Rosemary Dinch, 71, and her grandson Nathan Elsey, 19, (shown inset) after the grandmother was the last person to see Gaia Pope (left) alive. Before their arrest, the family had handed officers CCTV to help in the search of the missing teenager. The family also explained to cops how the footage, which showed Nathan going to his grandmother's house, had an incorrect time stamp as it had not been changed last month when the clocks went back. Despite being armed with this information, police still arrested Nathan on suspicion of killing her as his version of events did not match the incorrect time stamp on the CCTV footage. The 19-year-old's body was found on Saturday in a field near Swanage, 11 days after she was last seen (shown right, CCTV footage handed to police which shows the last images ever taken of Gaia, as she made her way to Mrs Dinch's home).

NEW Sabina Palmer, 28, was shopping in Poundland in Rhyl, North Wales with her husband and 20-month-old son Rico yesterday when a woman allegedly made a bid to snatch her son.

NEW Chief Inspector Dave Gould of Northumbria police demonstrates the shotgun hidden within a walking stick which was handed in during the two-week long Operation Aztec weapons amnesty.

America's last iron lungs: Polio survivors whose life saving-equipment is repaired by CAR MECHANICS after insurers stopped covering them 13 years ago

Paul Alexander, 70, of Dallas, is one of just a handful of people around the world who still relies on an iron lung to help him breathe. Today, he spends almost every moment in the device after contracting polio as a five-year-old in 1952. But he faced a crisis in 2015 when the machine began to malfunction. With no support from the manufacturers, his insurance companies, and parts only rarely available at great cost, he put out a YouTube video appealing for help. Thankfully, Brady Richards, who runs the Environmental Testing Laboratory, and is a keen hobbyist mechanic saw the appeal and reached out.

The fairy-tale mock-up was issued after a home was targeted in Canvey, Essex - with the burglar described as 5ft 2in, with curly hair and rosy red cheeks.

Richard Leonard, a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn who was born in Yorkshire, was named as the party' s new leader north of the border over the weekend.

Charlotte Avery, head of St Mary's School, Cambridge, has said girls in single-sex schools benefit from being spared unwanted attention from male peers while they are studying.

Researchers at Ruhr-University in Bochum, Germany surveyed hundreds f Facebook users on their social media activity, tendency toward materialism, and objectification of friends.

Older women increasingly working for younger bosses

Alexandra Abrahamson (pictured left), 41, turned up to her job interview wearing a smart suit and heels. The 28-year-old woman she hoped would be her boss looked casual in a long, bohemian frock. It wasn't just their different approaches to work attire that struck Alexandra, however, but their attitudes to the interview itself. Self-consciously slipping off her jacket in the chaotic confines of a bustling coffee shop, she struggled to deliver a painstakingly prepared presentation that would prove she was the right choice for the position of marketing manager at an upmarket catering company. But all the while, her potential employer's smartphone pinged continuously with notifications from Instagram. Carer Jennifer Davidson (pictured right), 43, suffered a similar experience.

The bizarre spat reportedly erupted after the Brexit Secretary insisted he did not want to use commercial flights as he criss-crossed Europe for negotiations.

Businesses paid £38.5billion to the Treasury in in 2010-11 when David Cameron's government began cutting the tax rate from 28 per cent, and £55.1billion last year, figures show.

The European Banking Authority will head to Paris after the French capital was picked out of a bowl, while the European Medicines Agency will move to Amsterdam after a similar flip of the coin.

George Freeman said he was stepping down as chair of the PM's No10 policy board so he could be a 'strong voice' for the party.

Barron Trump joins Melania and greets Christmas tree

Barron Trump stepped out alongside his mother, first lady Melania Trump, at the White House Monday afternoon as she greeted the official White House Christmas tree. The 11-year-old, President Trump's youngest son, hasn't been spotted much since moving to Washington, though President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama often enlisted the help of daughters Sasha and Malia around the holidays.

British spy agencies are to use computer algorithms to keep tabs on 20,000 former terror suspects because they don't have the manpower to physically watch all of them at once.

In total £4.5million was paid by Britain to Bridge International Academies to establish schools in Africa, but questions are now being raised amid concerns over the quality of teaching.

'Nice set of boobs you've got': Shocking moment woman films a man on a bike who stops to sexually harass her as she walks down the street

This is the moment a woman films her sleazy encounter with a man who sexually harasses her on the street. She confronts the pest on the side of the road in suburban Kallangur, north of Brisbane. With her smartphone camera switched on, she does her usual daily walk down School Road only to be harassed with remarks about her body. 'Nice set of boobs you've got,' he says.

In the north east, 59.8 per cent of live births in 2016 were to couples who were not married. In London by contrast the figure falls to 36.5 per cent - and even lower in the wealthiest parts of the capital.

Simon Callow has blasted young millennials for not drinking, smoking or having sex The Four Weddings star, 68, criticised the younger generation, saying that even at 70 you can enjoy a healthy sex life

Putin meets Assad ahead of Syria talks with Turkey and...

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has praised Vladimir Putin for 'saving Syria', as the two leaders met ahead of a summit between Russia, Turkey and Iran to discuss the peace process. Putin greeted Assad with a warm embrace as he arrived at his residence at the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Tuesday. Assad then thanked Russian military leaders 'on behalf of the Syrian people', despite allegations that that Russian airstrikes are said to have killed thousands of civilians.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made his comments ahead of a meeting with the presidents of Russia and Turkey, where they will re-boot the peace process in Syria.

A new quiz from Playbuzz puts your numeracy skills to the test with 15 fiendishly tricky questions - and according to its creator just three per cent of the population will get a perfect score.

Steve Nash, 53, from Helsby in Cheshire, was murdered by Gantugla Batsukh as he trekked through the Khangai Nuruu mountain range in the country, in September 2016.

The settlement, which requires a judge's approval, resolves what are known as 'derivative' claims against Fox officers and directors to be paid for the benefit of the New York firm's shareholders.

Mother has splurged THOUSANDS on her daughter's parties

Liyah Londyn, 31, from South London, has thrown an array of lavish parties for her daughter Skylar-Rose, five, left together. Birthday bashes for Liyah's daughter, Skylar-Rose, have included a no expense spared Minnie Mouse-themed do - complete with a bouncy castle, candyfloss, top right, popcorn and doughnut machines and sweet stations, bottom right, and a string of entertainers - as well as a Wild West party for her third birthday complete with a horse, inset. Liyah, 31, of Thornton Heath, south London, said: 'I absolutely love organising children's parties. The lavishness of it all is brilliant - the more OTT, the better.' Liyah Londyn's parties have been so highly praised that she's turned her hobby into a money-making business.



Wojcicki's mom says A-Rod 'couldn't carry a conversation'

Wojcicki, who founded DNA-based ancestry website 23andMe, and former New York Yankees baseball player Alex 'A-Rod' Rodriguez broke up at the end of 2016 after they dated for around a year. Friends speculated that their drastically different lives and interests simply became too much and caused the split. Now her mother Esther Wojcicki has revealed she had known early on the relationship was doomed to fail. 'I liked A-Rod, he was a very nice man,' she told the New York Times. 'He seemed to be genuinely in love with Anne. 'But I right away figured out this was a mismatch.'

LA-based Google's Vice President of Chrome Dan Fisher has warned anything watched on incognito is 'certainly still visible' to your employee, school or service provider (stock image).

Millions of men are deluding themselves about their weight, experts have warned. More than half of overweight men think their weight is 'about right', research suggests.

Steve Hogarty was flying with Colombian airline Avianca when he told stewards he required a non-meat food option. He was disappointed to get an apple and pear with a knife and fork.

Viral Facebook photo of dog hidden among the ferns

Dog owner Karen Fornos Klein posted the snap of her pooch Ambar hiding during an autumnal walk in the Surrey woodland on Facebook - where it has quickly racked up dozens of likes and comments. The adorable hound is cleverly camouflaged among the dead ferns and autumn leaves thanks to its distinctive brown hair and markings - so can you spot it?

Customers will have to get in there fast because the 10p off a ltre offer is only on for six days - and they'll have to spend £50 in Morrisons first to receive the money-off voucher.

Tesla unveiled its brand new $200,000 (£151,000) sports car - the fastest production car ever made - at an event in Los Angeles last week, claiming it will go from 0 to 60 mph in 1.9 seconds.

Women have taken to Reddit to rave about the Hada Labo Gokujun Hyaluronic Lotion Moist - and it has over 600 five-star reviews from impressed users on Amazon.

Are these the world’s WORST wax works?

These bizarre celebrity wax figures appear in tourist attractions around the world but baffled visitors are left struggling to work out which star they are looking at without peeking at their name tags. Some of the worst offenders are these unrecognisable renderings of (clockwise from top left): Bill Clinton, Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox, the Queen, Beyoncé, Daniel Craig and Pamela Anderson, but there are plenty of other stars who have been given the same treatment.

Cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists are now performing 'blotox' procedures which uses Botox under a woman's hair follicles to keep blow-dries in place.

New research from the University of Queensland has found that exercise can also play an important role in the recovery for people with a brain injury.

The implant is injected into the middle of a tumour, where it slowly releases tiny amounts of ethanol - the pure alcohol that makes up, for example, 12 to 14 per cent of wine.

According to records of Jane Goodall's famous observations of chimps in Gombe National Park, Tanzania, female chimps that lack supportive friends and family wait longer to have babies.

The NASA engineers unsealed the 40-ton door of Chamber A on Saturday, marking the end of a critical test stage ahead of the telescope's launch. It's been inside since July 10.

Look away now, Barack: Malia Obama is seen kissing a mystery man and smoking a cigarette at the Harvard-Yale football game

The 19-year-old daughter of former President Obama started Harvard this year. On Saturday, she was seen tailgating the Harvard-Yale game in New Haven. Video shows the moment Malia and a mystery fellow Crimson fan started kissing. Another photo shows Malia smoking what appears to be a cigarette. A year ago, her father said that Malia and his younger daughter Sasha had already started dating and that he was 'pretty relaxed' about it since they have Secret Service protection. 'They've had Secret Service. There's only so much these guys can do,' Barack joked.

Todd Golde is a neuroscientist and director of the brain institute at the Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. He explains that funding and laws are blocking our bid to cure Alzheimer's.

Andrew McIntosh, 54, was arrested half an hour after nail technician Patricia, 56, was found with head injuries at their home in Knightcote, Warwickshire on Wednesday night.

'She sings AND she dances!' Snapchat user hilariously narrates girls' drunken antics on the night tube 

An evening commuter has used Snapchat to create an impromptu documentary about the drunken antics of three girls on the tube. The commuter was traveling on London's Jubilee line when he came across three intoxicated friends and couldn't resist the opportunity to make them the subject of a short film.

Heavier women were more likely to have a larger tumour, found a study by The Karolinksa Institute in Sweden. This may be because the tumour was harder to find in larger breasts.

Steve McKeown, owner of The McKeown Clinic, based in St Albans, says people who crack out the tinsel first may be more in touch with their inner child and may be happier than Christmas Scrooges.

Paris Hilton claims she invented the selfie

The 36-year-old socialite took to Twitter on Sunday to share two photos of herself posed with Britney Spears, writing: '11 years ago today, Me & Britney invented the selfie!' The tweet prompted backlash from thousands of Twitter users who angrily shared photos of people taking selfies long before she was even born to disprove her claims.

Hectic work schedules and the distraction of smartphones means one in three Brits no longer remembers to say 'please' and 'thank you' as often as they should, a survey has found.

Motorists must watch the Budget carefully after the Chancellor's warning earlier this year that additional tax would be considered as part of a wider crackdown on diesel cars.

London-based gynecologist Tania Adib reveals the ten most intimate questions that women ask her. From post-baby sex to vaginal douching, a must-read list for anyone with a vagina.

The researchers, from Duke University in North Carolina, claim parents should talk to their children as much as possible as they are always listening and learning from speech.

Just days after threatening an attack on the Vatican, a pro-ISIS group has released a chilling image of Pope Francis. In the picture, a jihadist is stood over the pope's decapitated body.

Engineering student Thomas Millward, 19, was described as one of the most promising young men of his generation. He was found at the bottom of stairs in Girton College, Cambridge.

Amy Vigus, of Colchester, Essex, collapsed and later died after taking an 'MD Bomb' at a music festival in Stratford, East London. In the days after her death, relatives posted an anti-drug film on Facebook.

The most shameless social media snaps revealed

From showing off a phallic tattoo (bottom centre), to brazenly walking out of a clothing store with the security tag still attached, these shocking images prove that some people will do just about anything for attention. Clockwise from top left: An 'apology cake' for the officer this woman assaulted while drunk; smoking while pregnant; a pedestrian relieving herself in public; shameless shoplifting; a very graphic inking; and posing for a selfie whilst wearing an electronic tag,

Dame Glynis Breakwell is paid £468,000 by Bath University, and the government watchdog has found the way in which the institution handled complaints about the sum damaged its reputation.

At least 90 universities have hired investigators to snoop on alumni, it can be revealed. They have sent more than ten million records to wealth screening firms to target the rich for donations.

The furious rider was filmed screaming 'get off my horse' as she hit out at the masked man as he tried to grab onto the reins during the clash in the Pevensey Marshes, in East Sussex.

I have had insomnia for years, which I put down to the menopause. Now I've come across research that suggests interrupted sleep in middle-age increases the risk of Alzheimer's. What should I do? I am 62.

Known as the 'AWS Secret Region' it will allow the 17 intelligence agencies to host, analyze and run applications on government data classified at the secret level.

Thousands of you either donated phones or gave money to our Mobiles for Manchester appeal, launched after the suicide bombing which killed 22 people and left more than 100 injured.

Lorraine viewers go wild on Twitter for Priscilla Presley

She has dedicated her life to preserving the legacy of her late husband and the original King of Rock 'n' Roll. Yet, Priscilla Presley's appearance got viewers talking on social media following her interview on Monday's instalment of Lorraine as she promoted Christmas with Elvis and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's album and tour.

A summer hosepipe ban across a swathe of south-east England was threatened yesterday - as other areas in the north braced themselves for an autumn drenching.

The alkali fly are covered in a large quantity of fine hairs coated with special waxes that let them encapsulate themselves in a body-hugging bubble that protects them from water.

Wooden clogs chipped the foot-bones of people that were loyal to the shoes, according to a new study from Western University. Modern clogs are not much better for you, one podiatrist says.

A chauffeur for a wealthy Saudi family claims he shattered a pensioner's car window with his bare fist because he was 'in shock' after his aunt and cousins died in the Grenfell Tower fire.

The 42-year-old, who had false documents in his possession, was detained on a European Arrest Warrant in a village near the scene of the incident in the border town of La Linea (pictured).

Photo gallery captures people in the midst of a nightmare

Sometimes life doles out surprises you really don't want - like tripping up as you're carrying a three-tier celebration cake...or watching your dishwasher create a foam party for one in your kitchen. Here, FEMAIL rounds up images that capture people in the midst of a personal crisis. (Pictured clockwise from top left: a woman stuck in a chair, a lady with her head caught between bus doors, a sunbather gets a shock, when birthday candles go wrong, a coffin tips from a car and a man dropping a celebration cake)

While many studies have suggested this could be the case, this research by Boston Children's Hospital offers the clearest evidence that breast milk can prevent allergies.

Researchers from Tommy's Stillbirth Research Centre at St Mary's Hospital in Manchester estimate there would be a 3.7 per cent decrease in stillbirths if women slept on their sides.

Andrea Riseborough, who stars in Battle of the Sexes, claims that filming love scenes with women is easier because of men's 'delicate egos'.

Ian Conn, the boss of British Gas parent company Centrica, has called for schemes to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy to be paid for out of taxes, rather than through bills.


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Police catch driver with iPhone and tablet tied to wheel

Canadian police could not believe their eyes when they pulled over a driver who had strapped his tablet and phone to the steering wheel of his car. A Vancouver traffic officer spotted the driver wearing earphones and noticed they were leading straight to the driver's steering wheel, in a home made car entertainment system. The traffic department shared a picture of the contraption on Twitter, sharing: 'Can't make it up. Guy had iPad and cell phone attached by strings on steering wheel while driving! Yes, that's his ticket he is holding.'

This is the TV gold moment Argentina's equivalent of Oprah Winfrey, Susana Gimenez, is left reeling by a pint-sized dog when it does a number two on her blouse.

Size matters! Unimpressed golden retriever struggles to fit into bed far too small for it as his tiny pal gleefully watches on

In the cute video, a large golden retriever struggles to fit into a bed too small for its size in Colombia. Meanwhile, a smaller pup relaxes cozily in a bed that is the perfect size for the bigger dog. And just when it seems like the dog is ready to rest, it struggles to put its entire body in the bed. The dog tries one more time to fit into the bed but fails.


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Great Dane saves cat's sight by giving blood in eye drops

Rescuers in Liverpool feared the worst for Zephyr (pictured main and inset) the eight-week-old kitten when she was found with her three siblings suffering conjunctivits, fleas, flu and ulcerated eyes. But her sight has now been saved thanks to her Great Dane friend Harlie (pictured left). His blood provided a miracle cure and stopped her from going blind.

Simon Speirs, 60, was helping to change a sail at the bows of the 70-foot boat when he was knocked over the side amid a Force Eight gale in the Indian Ocean when he was washed overboard.

Abominable parenting! Little boy is launched face first by his dad into a sturdy snowman

A boy wanted to knock down his own towering snowman in a funny video filmed in Rossville, Georgia, but struggled to do so because it was so big. Trying to offer some support, his father gives a guiding push towards the snowman in an effort to finally topple it. But with a large pop, the boy smashes into the snowman and dents it before falling over.



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