The Loose Women panellists have stripped off for a candid and frank look at their un-airbrushed forms while discussing their very own takes on their figures and flaws on new show Loose Women Body Battles. Stars of the show, including Katie Price, Coleen Nolan, Janet Street Porter, Andrea McLean, Stacey Solomon, Nadia Sawalha, Linda Robson, Saira Khan and Jane Moore, confidently displayed their physiques to help highlight and accept their body flaws. The shoot, which was captured by superstar photographer Bryan Adams, who has previously snapped Kate Moss and the Queen, was accompanied by a chat in which the stunning stars frankly revealed their biggest hang-ups.
Pictures show squalid mattress and terrifying conditions inside cellar where pensioner was tied up and held prisoner by prostitute and her jealous lover
Susan Garside (left inset), 53, and her lover Anthony Miller (right inset), 53, from Merseyside, betrayed the old man who thought they were his friends. They sold him out to brutal robbers, who terrorised the victim with a knife. He was blindfolded, gagged and had his hands and feet tied up. Chilling pictures show the tiny cellar which was used as the plot to 'roll the punter' - a crime where men who pay for sex are robbed in hope they will be too ashamed to go to the police. The horrible-looking cellar contained a damp single mattress (pictured), with a pillow and yellow and rest mould stains were all over the walls.
How my stepchildren helped me rebuild the life their cheating father left shattered: ANTHEA TURNER'S brutally honest divorce memoir part 2
UK television presenter Anthea Turner (pictured second right) revealed that in her darkest hour following her divorce, her stepdaughters (from left Amelia, Lily, and Claudia pictured with Turner) provided her with the love and solace she badly needed. Now, four years on, she is much more confident, and it's down to them. The girls were grown women with their own minds when Grant Bovey (inset) and Anthea separated in 2013, following his humiliating and highly publicised affair. It meant they understood what was happening. It also meant they were, quite rightly, very angry.
You had one job! Comical photos from around the world capture what happens when staff have an off-day
There comes a day, every once in a while, when we just can't be bothered with our jobs. And while sometimes we can get away with doing a sloppy version, in other cases we really can't. Pictured, clockwise from top left: a set of traffic lights which were installed to face directly into a concrete wall; a cash point installed considerably too high up on a wall; a unit which does at least function as a soap dispenser; a major bridge which didn't quite meet in the middle; a terrible tap-calamity on every level; and a children's slide which is just begging for a lawsuit.
The mother (and baby) of all car parking outrages: After blue badge cheats are named and shamed, how scores of shoppers abuse 'parent and child' spaces
Scores of shoppers were caught by MoS reporters abusing the 'parent and child' parking spaces at Sainsbury's in Charlton, South East London. The latest example of Britain's dodgy parking practices. Earlier this month, The Mail on Sunday revealed how thousands of callous motorists caught fraudulently using disabled parking permits are being named and shamed by councils. Now, it seems the abuse is just as rife in supermarket parent and child parking bays.
Kate McCann admits she feels 'guilty' over the 'embarrassing' £11million cost of the hunt for Madeleine on the tenth anniversary of the girl's disappearance
Kate McCann (pictured left with husband Gerry) has said she feels 'guilty' that other parents haven't had the same amount of money and publicity put in to the search for their missing children compared to Madeleine's campaign (right, when she went missing in 2007), while Gerry said the criticism was 'unfair' as Madeleine's case is 'exceptionally rare'. The pair made the comments while doing an interview ahead of the 10 year anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance from a holiday apartment (inset) in Praia da Luz, Portugal.
The deaths that hit me even harder than Rik's, by Adrian Edmondson: Young Ones star speaks movingly of losing two close friends to suicide
Actor Adrian Edmondson has spoken movingly about the anguish of losing two close friends to suicide - and reveal that it affected him even more deeply than the death of his comic 'brother' Rik Mayall. The Young Ones star says his friends' deaths were harder to accept than the loss of 56-year-old Mayall to a heart attack in 2014 - because he blamed himself for not knowing that things had got so bad for them.
Only I can stand up for Britain, declares May: Tory leader issues stark warning that a 'strong' Prime Minister is needed to face down the EU's 'tough' Brexit demands
The Prime Minister urged voters to consider the 'national interest' when they decide whether she or Jeremy Corbyn should be in charge after June 8. She gave another hint that the triple lock on pensions could be about to go, stressing the need to resolve 'long term issues about the ageing population'. The comments, in an interview on the BBC's Andrew Marr show, come with barely a month to go before the nation votes.
It's shear luxury for Dave the 'chillaxing' shepherd: Ex-PM Cameron forks out £25,000 for designer garden shed complete with all mod-cons
The Camerons have spent £25,000 on a luxury shepherd's hut for the back garden in their Cotswolds house, which ex-PM David says he wants to use as a book-writing room. With sheep's-wool insulation and mod cons including dimmer light and classic Bakelite switches, the hand-crafted outbuilding - in tasteful Farrow & Ball shades Clunch, Old White and Mouse's Back - is no usual shed. The former PM said his children had been battling with him on its use, as they want it to be a wendy house or their bedroom. Paul Bennett, of Red Sky Shepherds' Huts said taking the phone call order from Mr Cameron is a call he will never forget.
Al Pacino reveals he drunkenly believed The Godfather would be the 'worst film ever'... as he joins Robert De Niro, Diane Keating and the cast at 45th anniversary screening
It's one of the most iconic films in movie history. But Al Pacino has revealed he thought The Godfather would be a flop and drowned his sorrows with his co-stars during filming. Joined by Robert De Niro and Diane Keating, the 77-year-old actor made the confession during a Q&A at the 45th anniversary screening at Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Saturday. Speaking at Radio City Music Hall, the Oscar-winning actor admitted that one scene in particular lead to the worries - the wedding scene which was filmed in artificial light as they were running behind schedule.
Gareth Bale 'postpones his summer wedding to his childhood sweetheart after a GANG FEUD involving her family'
Welsh football star Gareth Bale has been forced to postpone his forthcoming wedding to sweetheart Emma Rhys-Jones amid fears their day would be targeted by members of a drugs gang. Bale, 27, was due to marry 26-year-old Emma this summer. In September, cars belonging to the grandparents and aunt of Emma Rhys-Jones have been torched while petrol was poured through another aunt's home in north Wales. Left, Gareth Bale, and right, the star with Emma.
JOSHUA WINS! British boxer picks himself off the canvas to knock down and stop Klitschko in round 11 after brutal see-sawing fight watched by 90,000 and celebrities including Schwarzenegger
Anthony Joshua settled the biggest boxing bout ever to take place on British soil, knocking out Wladimir Klitschko in emphatic fashion in front of a 90,000 strong crowd. The two titans squared off at Wembley Stadium watched on by the cream of Hollywood's A-list. The British fighter was floored in the sixth round but fought back to drop the Ukrainian with a brutal combination of punches late in the eleventh. Klitschko returned to his feet for the third time in the fight but referee David Fields called a stop to the fight with the former champion unable to defend himself.
Little Princess adorable: As Charlotte approaches her second birthday, gorgeous pictures of her joyous smile, first pony ride and Buckingham Palace balcony waves
To her parents, she's been 'a joy of heaven', to her fans worldwide, she's the Royal Family's show-stealing star turn - Princess Charlotte turns two on Tuesday. From the moment she appeared in her mother's arms hours after her birth, Charlotte has given a command performance of enraptured smiles, wobbly first steps and pudgy-fisted Buckingham Palace balcony waves. Charlotte might be a princess, but she's also shown herself to be an ordinary little girl who loves dogs, horses and blowing bubbles and isn't bothered about wearing her big brother George's hand-me-down blue woollen cardigan.
Inside Kim Jong-un's camps of death: Former North Korean female guard reveals the horrors she saw in secret prisons where thousands face being starved, beaten, raped and butchered
A female guard at a North Korean camp has spoken about terrible incidents she saw, including routine killings, torture and rape of prisoners declared enemies of the state. Lim Hye-jin still shivers at the memory of two brothers who managed to escape briefly from her massive concentration camp in the mountains of North Korea (pictured top right, a rare photograph of prisoners inside a camp). The scene left Lim, then 20, so traumatised she could not eat for days. Yet it was just one of many terrible incidents she saw during seven years as a camp guard, including routine killings, torture and rape of political prisoners declared enemies of the state. One woman was stripped naked, then casually set on fire after annoying a guard during interrogation (pictured left, a woman guard at a camp near the Chinese border. Camp 12, (bottom right) a fenced-off farm growing corn and peppers near the Chinese border, was where Lim first began working, aged 17.
'How dare you tell Muslim women what to wear?': Hijab wearing woman storms Ukip's General Election accusing Paul Nuttall of racism after he promises to ban the burka
This is the moment a Muslim woman disrupted Ukip's General Election launch by storming into a room and shouting that the party is racist. The animated woman wearing a hijab burst into London's Marriott County Hall hotel on Friday where leader Paul Nuttall was speaking after saying his party would ban the burka. She yelled: 'They are racist and they do target Muslim women and how dare they tell Muslim women what to wear when they have no right to?'
Caroline Way, of Axbridge, Somerset, was beaten by her ex-boyfriend, Deke Orriss, 39, following an argument. She was left with a broken jaw, cracked eye socket, two black eyes and blurred vision. As the 41-year-old woman recovered from the attack, she found it therapeutic to watch her wounds change every day, saying it helped heal her 'mental wounds'. She hopes that her story will help inspire other domestic abuse victims healing from their own wounds, letting them know that they're not alone. Orriss was arrested following the incident and admitted to GBH. He was sentenced to 18 months, with a two-year suspension.
Spanish police smash drug smuggling ring that used high-powered speedboats to bring tonnes of drugs into Europe before stashing their cash in BABY COTS
Police in southern Spain have arrested thirty members of the 'Chestnuts' gang, who smuggled drugs across the Straits of Gibraltar with 300-horsepower speedboats. Officers seized high-powered weapons and hundreds of thousands of euros (pictured left). The gang ran a huge hash-smuggling ring, which they used to fund a lavish lifestyle (pictured top right). The criminals even used baby cots to hide their ill-gotten gains (pictured bottom right).
Would YOU let a six-year-old style you? Women are given a makeover with a difference after having their outfits designed by children - with surprising results
A group of women who felt as though they had lost their confidence when it came to fashion were invited to have a makeover with a difference - the difference being that their stylists were as young as SIX. Created by clothing brand Long Tall Sally, the video aims to encourage women to take back their fashion confidence, boost their self-esteem and dress in what makes them happy. Pictured, clockwise from top left: Dannii and Emily, Katie and Inayia, Sophie and Saraiya, Pavan and Bibi, Zoe with her stylist, and Victoria and Kimberly.
'The best first date ever': Viewers left in tears watching Take Me Out Charlie's date after 22-year-old who 'never found the woman of his dreams' killed himself
Take Me Out has aired the episode featuring Charlie Watkins' date, after his sudden death between filming and airing the ITV dating show. He said his date was the 'best first date ever'. Viewers said they were left in tears while comedian and host Paddy McGuinness also paid further tribute to the tragic 22-year-old, writing: 'Hope you love tonight's @takemeoutuk especially Charlie's friends & family. We get to see a smashing lad enjoying himself on his date.' His family had given the network permission to show the episodes he featured in despite his death.
What a birthday treat! Queen Letizia stuns in floor-length scarlet gown as she and husband King Felipe VI attend the private party of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands
Queen Letizia stunned in a floor length red gown from Stella McCartney as she and husband King Felipe VI attended the 50th birthday dinner of King Willem-Alexander at the Hague in The Netherlands on Saturday. Celebrations have been held across the country to mark the landmark birthday including a dinner inviting 150 people to the palace on Friday night and orange-clad citizens holding parties and street sales throughout the country.
Controversial BBC drama about the Royal Family that shows Camilla slapping William and Kate scheming provokes fury
A furious Camilla slaps her stepson Prince William's face as tensions over the future of the Monarchy reach boiling point in a controversial BBC drama condemned by Andrew Bridgen MP. King Charles III is based on a West End play of the same name and imagines Prince Charles's accession to the throne. It charts the progress of the new King - played by actor Tim Pigott-Smith, who died earlier this month - as he seeks to influence government policy. A BBC spokesman said: 'The public knows the difference between fact and fiction and King Charles III is a one-off BBC2 drama of the award-winning fictional play.'
Shark lover, 30, who devoted his life to warning people about the predators is mauled to death by one off the French island of Reunion
Adrien Dubosc, 30, died off the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean. Mr Dubosc worked to reduce shark deaths on the island plagued by man-eating bull and tiger sharks. Mr Dubosc entered the sea at Pointe au Sal in Saint-Leu with his bodyboard. The beach was packed at the time, and members of Mr Dubosc's family were among those who watched the horror unfold.
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A boat flipped upside down has become one of the most bizarre and inventive properties available for a short stay on travel site Airbnb. It might look like a shipwreck on the outside but for £45 per night Dyfi Valley tourists can expect Eco-friendly comfort, a compost toilet and stunning views of Snowdonia in Wales. The award-winning Boatel was built from recycled materials in 2012 and was crowned Cuprinol's Shed of the Year a year later.
Iraqi forces retake the ancient city of Hatra from ISIS... but how many of its precious archaeological ruins will have survived?
A statement released by Hashd al-Shaabi paramilitary forces said they had defeated ISIS troupes in Hatra, which lies 80 miles southwest of Mosul. Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah, the army commander coordinating the six-month-old offensive to retake Mosul from the jihadists, said the 'Hashd al-Shaabi forces fully liberated Hatra town in record time'. He added that the Iraqi flag was raised above key buildings in the town following a battle, during which 'heavy losses' were inflicted on the jihadists. The Hashd forces (bottom left in a tank), which are dominated by Iran-backed militia groups, retook the nearby archaeological site of Hatra (inset in the 1980s) on Wednesday, according to a statement. The ancient city is one of the heritage jewels of Iraq and was damaged by IS after they took over large parts of the country three years ago. The extent of the destruction caused by the fighters remains unclear but members of the Shiite group were seen surveying scorch marks (top left and right) and flushing the town of bombs.
In this short Instagram video U.S. actor Troy James twists and turns his body to resemble a human spider as he creeps across the floor (pictured left), causing even his friend to exclaim in shock as he gets up close (pictured right). The video has been viewed tens of thousands of times on Instagram.