The Queen has been spotted driving with her SEATBELT on after she was criticised for not wearing it in the aftermath of Prince Philip's horror car crash.
She was spotted behind the wheel of her Range Rover as she drove out of the Sandringham estate.
The Queen was wearing a headscarf and bright red lipstick and was accompanied by a companion and followed behind by her police protection officers.
A picture of LIGHTNING striking in Blackpool has come top in the annual Weather Photographer of the Year competition.
The photo entitled, Electric Blackpool, taken by Stephen Cheatley, beat more than 4,000 pictures in the contest, which show weather phenomena around the world. Other pictures show a double rainbow over the Grand Canyon, a late season dust storm in Arizona and a spectacular reflection bow in the Lofoten Islands in Norway.
A REPLACEMENT Land Rover has been delivered to the Duke of Edinburgh at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk – hours after his car was involved in a horror crash.
A black Land Rover Freelander was driven into Sandringham inside a delivery truck. The Land Rover is an exact replica of the one Prince Philip, 97, was driving in the crash, which also involved a Kia.
Armed police were on hand as the replacement vehicle was delivered to Sandringham, where Prince Phillip is now recovering.
Alton Towers Smiler rollercoaster crash survivor Vicky Balch, who lost her leg, has taken part in a modelling shoot to HIGHLIGHT her scars.
The 20-year-old former dancer had her scars painted GOLD for the Kintsugi shoot, which was organized by specialist model agency, Zebedee Management. Vicky, who had her right leg amputated at the knee after the crash in June 2015, wore a gold swimming costume for the shoot, which aimed to show that scars should highlight peoples’ beauty and uniqueness.
A council has apologised for insulting residents in a Cambridgeshire city by calling them “WASTERS.”
Residents in Peterborough were furious after red stickers with a frown face emoji and the word WASTER were put on their black bins. The stickers were put on all black bins in Orton Malbourne and Sugar Way estate as part of a pilot scheme by WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) to encourage people to recycle.