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The Duchess of Sussex's mother Doria Ragland made a surprise appearance today at the launch of her daughter's new cookbook at Kensington Palace, telling guests: 'Hi, I'm Meg's mom'. In an unprecedented move, Meghan invited her to the event, and they appeared together in public for the first time since May's royal wedding. It is unheard of for family members to attend official royal engagements. During the event, which Prince Harry also attended, Meghan spoke of how important the multi-cultural Grenfell kitchen was in making her feel welcome in London, saying she was 'proud to live in a city with so much diversity'. The duchess, 37, who hosted a lunch for the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen and their families, said she had felt 'immediately embraced' by the women of the kitchen. Ms Ragland embraced each of the women with a warm hug, telling them: 'It's amazing.'

'I'm so proud to live in London': Meghan hails her new home city's diversity in a heartfelt speech at Grenfell charity event (delivered WITHOUT any notes) 

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, described how she was 'privileged' to know the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen, who came together following the devastating Grenfell Tower fire. Meghan delivered the three-minute speech at the launch event of the charity cookbook at Kensington Palace today/

Doria Markle steals the show from Meghan in a chic camel ensemble

Doria, 62, looked elegant in a camel jumper and wide legged cropped trousers, while her daughter opted for a pleated skirt by Misha Nonoo and a blue Smythe coat.

Police close Croydon cat killer case and say foxes are to blame

Police investigating hundreds of reported cat mutilations have announced that they were not the work of a human killer (pictured, top, Samantha Brown with her pet Harley, who had been thought to have been a victim of the supposed killer). The headless animal corpses in Croydon and elsewhere had sparked fears that a cat killer was stalking the streets of south London (pictured, bottom-right, Ukiyo the cat, who was dismembered in Croydon).

The outage, which started at 10am, affects the Barclays website and telephone banking, as well as mobile banking since 3pm. Customers have hit out on Twitter after being unable to access wages.

If you have a bloated stomach, your body is trying to tell you you're not digesting your food properly or that you have a food allergy, says British nutritionist Rick Hay.

The unnamed beach-goer demanded action to remove the 'hazard' after she injured her leg as the rock at Lusty Glaze Beach (pictured) in Newquay, Cornwall, was 'hidden by the waves'.

Kaley Louise Riley, 29, claims she was told to leave a branch fof Costa Coffee while on holiday in Penzance, Cornwall, for not buying anything before sitting down.

Chris Evans and wife Natasha Shishmanian emerge with newborn twins

Chris Evans and his wife Natasha Shishmanian, 38, emerged from hospital on Thursday morning after welcoming their new twins.  The 52-year-old radio veteran, who he has continuously claimed are named Ping and Pong, looked delighted as they left Frimley Park Hospital. The star revealed the birth of the tots, who were conceived via IVF, live on his radio show on Thursday as he called in to guest host Sara Cox to reveal: 'Ping popped her head out at 2210, Pong popped his head out 12 minutes later at 22 minutes past 10...

Corbyn demanded a boycott of Arsenal FC after it accepted sponsorship from the Israeli tourist board as he demanded fans abandon the club after Israeli holidays were advertised at the stadium

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Myra Hindley reveals how Ian Brady raped, strangled and abused her

Moors Murderer Myra Hindley claimed in newly-released papers (left) she had been raped and abused by her fellow child killer Ian Brady just hours before she died in documents she had written to secure her release from jail. Hindley, who was 60 when she died, said her then boyfriend Brady (together, right) had tried to killher and suggested that she was also one of his victims.

Lily Allen has been praised for speaking candidly about the stillbirth of her son in 2010. She said she will 'never recover' from the trauma of losing son George on BBC R4's Woman's Hour.

Twitter is awash with claims the power shortages have been caused by the firm preparing for the UK and US release of its iPhone XS (left) and iPhone XS Max (right), tomorrow.

Theresa May warns she is willing to force No Deal Brexit unless EU leaders compromise in

Despite the PM making a plea for compromise at a summit in Salzburg, EU council chief Donald Tusk insisted her Chequers plan would undermine the single market. Meanwhile, Mrs May bluntly dismissed the EU commission's latest proposals for resolving the Northern Ireland border issue, saying they would break up the UK. 'The backstop cannot divide the UK into two customs territories,' she told a press conference after the summit.

The memo advises MPs to 'manoeuvre immediately' and sets out details of 27 potential candidates. Boris Johnson is described as 'the front runner' but is unlikely because 'the front runner never wins'.

Boxer mum Jade Binch beat a schoolgirl aged ELEVEN but dodges jail

Kiesha Schofield was just 11 when she was assaulted by 'the secret assassin' Jade Binch, 28, following a row with the boxer's daughter. Her mother Tiffany Schofield, 33, reassured the youngster that Binch (pictured right) would be jailed for the attack, which she claims left Kiesha with a fractured nose. But despite being convicted of assault last September, Binch (shown boxing, inset) was handed just a £120 fine plus court costs, a community order and ten days of rehabilitation activities. After repeatedly encountering her attacker in the street since the conviction, poor Kiesha, now 13, is too scared to go out after Binch allegedly continued to heckle her. Mother Tiffany, from Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, has now shared appalling images (shown left) showing her daughter's bloodied face and says she is devastated that Binch has 'got away with' the attack.

Byron John claims his son Bradley (pictured) would still be alive if St John Lloyd School in Llanelli, South Wales. had acted to stop the bullies, and has called for the resignation of head Ashley Howells.

A 26-year-old British holidaymaker has been left 'scarred for life' after needing stitches to her face when she was attacked by two female Chinese tourists at an Indonesian hotel.

Exclusive: Michael Cash, 32, was forced to move out of his council home in Middlesbrough after Elaine Cash died and he subsequently fell in with the wrong crowd and 'lost his way', his aunt said.

Downton Abbey movie: Dame Maggie Smith leads original cast on set

Dame Maggie Smith and the cast of Downton Abbey have officially begun shooting scenes for the forthcoming movie adaptation of the much-loved period TV series. The veteran actress, 83, was seen exiting a vicarage in her period garb, back in the saddle as Lady Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham.

'My daughters were circumcised, they're growing up perfectly': Twitter is hit by furious backlash after Muslim group's video promoting sickening FGM practice is seen 30,000 times

A Muslim group calling itself Dawoodi Bohra Women for Religious Freedom posted a tweet last week justifying 'khafz' - or female circumcision - on young girls. The tweet featured a video of group member Arwa Sohangpurwala saying: 'My daughters have also undergone khafz, and they're growing up as perfectly as other children of their age. As a mother, I can never do anything to harm them.' But because the group paid for the tweet to be 'promoted', it showed up on the timelines of users who didn't even follow the Dawoodi Bohra account. Twitter users were quick to slam the advert. Esmael Omar tweeted: 'Speak for yourself, woman. Don't speak on behalf of innocent girls.' Paul Hart added: 'Did you ask your daughters beforehand or did YOU make the decision to mutilate their genitals for them? Sick.'

Michael Spurr will step down as chief executive of the Prison and Probation Service in March. Sources made clear officials at the Ministry of Justice were seeking a 'change of direction' in prisons policy.

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Harimao Lee's business class glamorous mid-air snap sparks outrage online

Travel bloggers often go above and beyond to capture the ultimate picture-perfect snaps for their sumptuous feeds. But Instagram influencer Harimao Lee, from Hong Kong, has sparked outrage online after she shared a glamorous mid-air photograph enjoying business class on an international flight. Staring out of the window in awe as she sipped champagne at 30,000 feet, the photographer sat comfortably in her seat, with a blanket draped over her legs.

William 'Bill' Taylor (pictured) vanished from his £1.2m home in Gosmore, Herts., at around 9pm on June 3 - just days before his 70th birthday and has been missing for three months.

Alice Brooks (pictured) collapsed and later died four days after she ordered ginger chicken noodles with tofu at the high street restaurant in Uxbridge in 2014.

Shoppers queue in rain to be first into Tesco's new store Jack's

Hundreds of shoppers queued up in the rain as Tesco's first new Jack's discount stores opened for business today. The store in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, was unveiled on Wednesday and opened its doors to the public alongside a second store in Immingham, north-east Lincolnshire. The new brand is being widely hailed as a challenger to Aldi and fellow discount store Lidl, which have eaten into the market share of Britain's so called 'big four' supermarkets. Like the German duo, Jack's stores will have lower operating costs than Tesco outlets due to their smaller range of products and simplified design. Shopper Delia Fernandez, 41, arrived at 3am to be first in line at the Chatteris store, which opened at 10am with a ribbon cutting and a shower of confetti.

Alton Towers Smiler victim Vicky Balch paints her scars and leg GOLD

Alton Towers Smiler victim Vicky Balch, of Leyland, Lancashire, was forced to amputate her right leg following the horrific rollercoaster smash in June 2015 (inset top). The 23-year-old has struggled with body confidence in the years since the accident but wanted to celebrate her natural beauty in stunning new images (left and right). Posing without her prosthetic limb, Miss Balch donned a gold swimsuit and painted her scars in shimmering metallic gold for the shoot with photographer Murat Ozkasim. Inset bottom, Miss Balch before the crash.

Heinz is set to bring its Mayochup hybrid sauce to the UK after fans voted in overwhelmingly in favour in a Twitter poll. The divisive pre-made blend is a mix of ketchup and mayonnaise.

Drinking water, keeping a food diary, and only eating within a specific time window are all steps that can help those looking to embark on a weight loss journey.

Chilling moment Australian man charged with his wife's 1973 cold case murder 'points to where her bones are buried' under the driveway of the home they shared with their two infant daughters

Geoffrey Adams (inset), 70, may spend the rest of his life behind bars after allegedly coming clean about murdering his 24-year-old wife and burying her body in the backyard of their home 45 years ago. The elderly South Australian man was arrested at his Wallaroo home Wednesday and taken to the property he formerly shared with his wife, Colleen Adams (right), who disappeared in 1973. Chilling footage revealed the moment Adams, accompanied by detectives, walked into his former yard and pointed out a concrete slab (left) before appearing emotionally distraught.

Simon Thompson, 32, from Kent, was rushed to hospital when a 'dental abscess' failed to improve despite antibiotics. He was later diagnosed with advanced Non Hodgkin's lymphoma.

A shock new estimate by the Office for National Statistics finds that 159,000 extra households are expected to spring up every year - far lower than the 210,000 which had been predicted.

Thousands face travel chaos in wake of Storm Ali which killed two

Britain will today be hit by up to four inches of rain and 65mph gusts as Storm Bronagh, the second named storm of the season, sweeps across the country. It comes after a Swiss woman who died in a freak accident when her caravan was blown down a ledge to the seashore (bottom left) during Storm Ali yesterday was identified as a mother-of-three who was visiting the area. Elvira Ferrari (top left), 56, had only arrived the previous day in Connemara, County Galway, when she got caught up in the violent 102mph storm yesterday. Today, the Met Office has issued a rain warning for Wales and North West England until 10pm tonight, and a wind warning for most of England and Wales from 6pm today until 9am tomorrow. Also pictured: Heavy rain in Aberystwyth, West Wales (top right) and snow on CairnGorm Mountain in the Scottish Highlands today (bottom right).

Storm Ali crept underneath a grassy front garden and uprooted a huge tree in Scotland. Liz Reid filmed as her garden path and surrounding grass regularly lifted and fell from the wind.

Storm Ali hit the British Isles today and brought gusts of up to 70mph but that didn't stop leaf blowers in Dublin and Glasgow going about their business - much to the delight of onlookers.

Try these devilishly tough secret service brainteasers to test your logic, imagination and

If you think you've got what it takes to be the next James Bond (inset) then give these a try. Some are historical conundrums of the sort that Edwardian and later agents would have been expected to tackle with speed. While others have been inspired directly by more modern secret service recruitment tests. There are ten for you to pit your wits against here and we've got all the answers you need to check whether you're right or wrong.

Emergency services attend the scene after a train collided with a cargo bike, at a railway crossing point in the town of Oss, 100 kilometers (62 miles) southeast of Amsterdam, Netherlands, early Thursday Sept. 20, 2018.  Dutch police say four children have been killed and two people seriously injured in a collision between a train and a cargo bike. (AP Photo/Charles Mallo)

The four children, aged four to 11, were being transported to school by a minder, who was injured in the crash along with a fifth child, in the town of Oss, 62 miles southeast of Amsterdam.

Counter Terrorism Policing South East detectives arrested the two boys - who are both from Ramsgate in Kent - at their home addresses, and they are being questioned at a police station.

Talk about extra baggage! Alarming pictures show the feral passengers you really DON'T want to sit next to on a plane

Most frequent flyers know it's inevitable to come face-to-face with rude passengers. And fed up travellers have had enough as they take their frustration out on social media to shame feral airline passengers with annoying habits - and it's enough to make you want to grab the paper bag behind your seat. Disgruntled flyers and flight attendants from around the globe have been documenting pictures of filthy passengers who carry on the unnecessary baggage.

A metre-and-a-half long hive was found between two floors in Brighton. A total of 55kgs of honey and wax was also taken from the massive colony and will be re-used in their new home.

Incidences of illicit crypto mining - a technique used by hackers to steal the processing power of computers to create Bitcoin - have quadrupled in the last year, according to new research.

Sweet moment 'terrified' dog reacts with relief when rescuers save him from flooded porch after owners left him behind during Hurricane Florence 

PETA said workers rescued the male dog after finding it 'terrified and alone' on the porch of a flooded home in Lumberton, North Carolina, in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. The organization initially said the canine was taken to police who arranged for it to be moved to a shelter, but later said that it was 'taken indoors by a family member.' Millions of animals died in flooding after hurricane Florence, largely chickens and turkeys being kept at poultry farms in the state.

Pockets have been all over the catwalks during fashion month - and This Morning has taken note. On Thursday's show a model wore a bikini with an enormous denim pocket sewn on.

A British mother decided to bake her son a cake to wish him luck, however it appeared to say something much ruder than she intended with the photo of the sponge since going viral on Reddit.

Khalid Masood had a 'fiery, angry personality' and had been arrested a number of times, his mother Janet Ajao told an inquest into the deaths of five people in the attack near the Palace of Westminster last year.

TTT: Tattoo book reveals most impressive inkings from around the world

NEW The new book TTT: Tattoo explores the link between the ancient art form, current tattoo culture and modern history in the making. Its features the work over 300 of the world's best tattoo studios and individuals, including French former graphic designer Lewisink, 27, (left), London-based British artist Stewart Robson (centre) and Abby Drielsma (right) from Melbourne, Australia, who works in black and grey.

The pouches, which cost 50p more than a box of 10 Class A eggs at the supermarket, won't be frozen and will be available in the chilled aisle. Iceland are hoping the product will appeal to hungry students.

Nearly 2.9 million people did not show up for outpatient appointments, or arrived too late to be seen, between January and June in England, according to official figures.

This is putting the NHS under increased pressure at a time when there were 107,743 vacancies at the end of June in England alone - an increase from the 98,475 unfilled positions in March 2017.

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The young male fallow deer (pictured) emerges from woodland on the edge of the field in Harlow, Essex, each morning to frolic with the bay foal - and spend time with his 'adoptive' horse family. Chinara Djumanalieva who has visited the paddock a few times this week, pictured the fawn and foal as they followed each other round before affectionately nuzzling and preening each other.

Mean motorist deliberately drives his van through a gigantic puddle and SOAKS schoolboy in a wave of filthy water during Storm Ali 

The clip thought to be filmed in Edinburgh is captioned 'Get back to class ya wet wipe' and the driver can be heard laughing in the background. It is believed they have broken two laws and could be slapped with a £5,000 fine for purposely splashing pedestrians. Cameron Paton, 22, who uploaded the video, has since received dozens of messages trolling him although at no point does he admit being behind the wheel.

   

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'He likes you!': Penguin plays chase with delighted five-year-old girl at aquarium in adorable footage 

The African penguin chased Arianna during her visit to Jenkinsons Aquarium in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. When coming across the bird, she was instantly mesmerised as it closely followed her pointed finger as she ran back and forth in front of the glass. The inquisitive bird even spots Arianna as she appears to hide behind a pole. It swims down into the water while often coming back up for air even though, they can dive underwater for up to two-and-a-half minutes.

U.S light aircraft pilot Pat Hoban commented that it's an event you just wouldn't see if you were a passenger on any of the planes - as they're all aligned vertically.

Chairs and punches were thrown in the fight at the King Power Stadium in Leicester on September 15 which spilled out on to a street outside where police officers intervened.

Spiders have coated the shoreline of the Greek town of Aitoliko with a 1,000 foot WEB

The Greek town of Aitoliko has been swarmed with spiders known as 'stretch spiders' have created the monstrosity over 1,000 foot of shoreline covered with rocks, trees and plants. Experts say it is a rare phenomenon but nothing to be worried about as the spiders will soon perish and the  web will vanish naturally.

   

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