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TALK OF THE TOWN: The Crown actress Emma Corrin captures the charitable spirit of Princess Diana

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She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess – at least in the hair and fashion sense. 

The actress, 24, paired an Oxfam T-shirt with a pair of trendy high-waisted trousers while out at a London farmer’s market.

Emma – who stars in the show with co-star Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles – also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight – who was the Princess of Wales’s hairdresser for seven years before her death.

She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess – at least in the hair and fashion sense

She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess – at least in the hair and fashion sense

She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess – at least in the hair and fashion sense

Emma – who stars in the show with co-star Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles (pictured together) – also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight

Emma – who stars in the show with co-star Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles (pictured together) – also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight

Emma – who stars in the show with co-star Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles (pictured together) – also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight

Speaking to Vogue magazine, Sam admitted ‘it felt weird’ cutting Emma’s hair to emulate his late client.

‘But then it was one of my first jobs after lockdown so I thought, “You know what? You’re thinking about this too much”,’ he added.

Who needs social media trolls when your own mother sends you nasty comments? 

Chart-topper Lewis Capaldi says: ‘She reads negative comments on Twitter and sends them to me. People saying I look like Meat Loaf. 

‘I’m like, “Mum, stop doing it – you built up my self-esteem over years, and now you’re systematically destroying it!”‘

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Pictured: British boy and cousin killed in Rhodes parasailing accident

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The first photo of the British children at the centre of a fatal parasailing accident in Rhodes has emerged.

Cousins Jessica Hayes, 15, and Michael Connolly, 13, died when a terrifying storm blew up off the coast of Rhodes causing the rope fastening them to a speedboat to snap. Michael’s brother James, 15, was critically injured in the incident.

Today, the first image emerged of the three children. Taken in 2012, the photo shows them huddled together and smiling in their school uniforms. 

The trio veered onto a jagged outcrop just out of sight of sunbathers and are believed to have fallen from a height of 400ft.  

But news of the tragedy didn’t immediately filter back to their families staying at the four star Lindos Princess Hotel two miles away. 

Pictured from left to right in a photograph from 2014: Jessica Hayes, James Connolly and Michael Connolly

Pictured from left to right in a photograph from 2014: Jessica Hayes, James Connolly and Michael Connolly

Pictured from left to right in a photograph from 2014: Jessica Hayes, James Connolly and Michael Connolly

James’s mother fainted when she saw the extensive damage on her son’s face, protothema reported. 

When she regained consciousness she cried out ‘Where are my other two children’, eyewitnesses said. 

Yesterday a staff member told how one of the mothers from the group came out to the beach where the teenagers had set off from after they failed to return.

He said: ‘She was asking the lifeguards, “Where are the kids? They should have been back by now.” She had no idea what had taken place. No one did. 

‘The company that took the kids out have been operating here for about fifteen years.

‘Nothing like this has happened before.

‘The first we realised was when the coastguard came and took the boss away.

The teenagers, two aged 15, and another, aged 13, were holidaying in Rhodes, Greece , when the incident occurred causing them to fall from an 'extreme' height

The teenagers, two aged 15, and another, aged 13, were holidaying in Rhodes, Greece , when the incident occurred causing them to fall from an 'extreme' height

The teenagers, two aged 15, and another, aged 13, were holidaying in Rhodes, Greece , when the incident occurred causing them to fall from an ‘extreme’ height

‘Two boats were taken too, presumably for forensic examination.’

Locals said the storm which claimed the children’s lives blew up without warning.

Builder Manolis Markoulis, 60, said: ‘It happened in a split second, the sky turned black and a big wind blew up.

‘There was a sandstorm on the beach and people ran for cover.

‘It’s a freak accident and the whole island can’t get over what happened.’

Yesterday workers for the parasailing company – which operates from a stretch of beach at the rear of the hotel – were being questioned by the island’s prosecutor.

Meanwhile the parents of the dead children were taken to a local morgue to identify them.

It’s understood the family at the centre of the tragedy are from Corby, Northamptonshire.

The two teenagers were found  on the rocks near the city of Lindos in Rhodes, Greece

The two teenagers were found  on the rocks near the city of Lindos in Rhodes, Greece

The two teenagers were found  on the rocks near the city of Lindos in Rhodes, Greece

Last night A Northamptonshire Police spokeswoman said that responsibility for the case lies with the Greek authorities and the Foreign Office but that the Northamptonshire coroner will be informed.  

 

Yesterday it emerged the boat handler at the centre of the tragedy may now face manslaughter charges for not ending the trip when the storm began.

A spokesperson for Greek coastguard said: ‘The coastguard was informed of the accident by a military watchtower and the water sports company.

‘A coastguard vessel was sent to the scene immediately.

‘The ambulance service was informed.

‘They were found by coastguard in a secluded rocky area and they were pulled out by the 51-year-old parasailing boat handler with the help of the fire service.

‘The 15-year-old boy was taken to the General Hospital while the dead were taken to the morgue.

‘An investigation is underway. The boat handler has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.’

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Operations director, 25, who earns £152, 000 a-year reveals she uses ‘shopping as therapy’

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A 25-year-old operations director who earns £125, 000 a-year has been slammed online for revealing she uses ‘shopping as therapy’ and ‘needs to up her stocks.’

The anonymous woman, from London, who works in the data industry, spoke to Refinery29 and provided a weekly diary of her spending, which came to £2, 125 – including £334,76 on food and drink, a whopping £1, 502.60 on clothes and beauty, £132 on travel, and £156.49 on ‘other’ things. 

And it wasn’t long before the high flyer faced quite the backlash on Twitter – with many condemning her for boasting about her luxurious lifestyle. 

‘I unequivocally despise this person,’ wrote one, while a second penned: ‘If I earned seven grand a month I would simply enjoy it and not show off about it.’ 

A n anonymous 25-year-old operations director who earns £125, 000 a-year has been slammed online for revealing she uses 'shopping as therapy' and 'needs to up her stocks.' Pictured, stock image

A n anonymous 25-year-old operations director who earns £125, 000 a-year has been slammed online for revealing she uses 'shopping as therapy' and 'needs to up her stocks.' Pictured, stock image

A n anonymous 25-year-old operations director who earns £125, 000 a-year has been slammed online for revealing she uses ‘shopping as therapy’ and ‘needs to up her stocks.’ Pictured, stock image

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Taking to Twitter, one person penned: 'I unequivocally despise this person' (pictured)

Taking to Twitter, one person penned: 'I unequivocally despise this person' (pictured)

Taking to Twitter, one person penned: ‘I unequivocally despise this person’ (pictured)

The woman lives with her boyfriend of four years, who she says has a high profile job which provides ‘a lot of financial security,’ 

On day one of her money diaries, the operations director explained that her morning was filled with endless meetings and emails, before she tucked into her lunch – which is delivered every week because she ‘doesn’t have time to cook lunch every day.’  

After a late night call from the US team and grabbing dinner from M&S, she told how she was exhausted – so treated herself to a glass of Merlot and ‘cleared her calendar’ for the next day so she could have a lie-in.

During the second day, the woman did a workout before remembering she was hosting a dinner party the following evening – so asked her boyfriend to fetch the required food. 

After a ten-minute work meeting, she got ready to go and meet her team for drinks before returning home drunk. 

DAILY BREAKDOWNS 

 DAY ONE:  Lunch: £14.99

Packet of cigarettes: £10.50

Dinner: £16.55

Starbucks: £4.55 

TOTAL: £46.59

DAY TWO: Food shop: £60

Taxi: £11

Work drinks: £47

McDonald’s: £8.49 

TOTAL: £141.49

DAY THREE: Lunch: £11.50

Pack of cigarettes: £10 

TOTAL: £21.50

DAY FOUR: Lunch: £32.50

Taxi: £30 

TOTAL: £62.50

 

DAY FIVE: Breakfast with a friend: £32.64

YSL bag and cardholder: £1,015

Dr. Martens: £149

Zara Home: £30

Clothes in Primark: £59.93

Benefit brow kit and blusher set: £86

Zara clothes: £86.67

Perfume: £106

TOTAL: £1,565.24

DAY SIX: Costa breakfast: £9.53

Food shopping: £112 

Two packs of cigarettes: £76 

TOTAL: £197.53

DAY SEVEN: Yoga session: £15

Two packets of cigarettes: £24 

Ann Summers: £52 

TOTAL: £91

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Meanwhile, day three consisted of dialling in for a companywide call while in the gym, before hosting friends at the dinner party, while day four involved visiting a coffee shop for breakfast, before dining at Ivy Asia for dinner.

On day five, the woman went on to reveal that she woke up feeling ‘numb,’ so threw on her’fake eyelashes, heeled boots, Chanel sunglasses and my Louis Vuitton bag’ before having a day of retail therapy with her best friend to make her ‘feel better.’ 

After purchasing a YSL bag and matching card holder, she then hit high street stores including Zara and Benefit – racking up a bill of £1, 532. 

The sixth day consisted of heading to the gym, grabbing a hot drink and bacon roll from Costa, having a couple of meetings, before later having dinner round her parents’ house. 

After ‘feeling super overwhelmed about life and work,’ she decided to sign off for the day. 

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Many were quick to take to Twitter to slam the woman for boasting about her income

Many were quick to take to Twitter to slam the woman for boasting about her income

Many were quick to take to Twitter to slam the woman for boasting about her income

Day number seven involved a spot of morning yoga, a virtual date with her boyfriend, who was away on work, and a spend up in Ann Summers. 

Summing up her money diary, the woman in question went on to explain that she likes to ‘have a balance between enjoying life, treating myself and saving for emergencies every month’ – adding that she ‘really needs to get into the stocks and shares game.’

Unsurpisingly, the shocking revelations appeared to rub people up the wrong way, who were keen to express their opinions. 

‘I had to stop reading Money Diaries during quarantine because they either made me furiously angry or overwhelmingly anxious. No in between,’ wrote one.

A second joked: ‘The way I am tempted to do my own one of those. Income: £74.35, DWP Lunch: crumpets with butter – nutritious! 

‘Dinner: packet of crisps mate Outgoings: mortgage £535 service charge £200 heating £56 phone/internet etc like 60 bastard pounds ETC Treat myself to a cheeky jaffacake.’

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Women are seeking £7,500 treatment to stop neck skin sagging

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A doctor has revealed how constantly looking down at screens over lockdown has led to more women seeking a £7,500 treatment to help the appearance of sagging skin.

Dr. Olivier Amar, CMO of new cosmetic treatment company Uvence told FEMAIL that since the pandemic began, he’s seen an influx of clients requesting treatments focused on combating signs of ageing and stress around the neck. 

The Uvence procedure extracts fat tissue from a patient through liposuction, which  undergoes an extensive emulsification, distillation and purification process to create ‘Super Enriched Tissue’, or ‘biofiller’. 

The enhanced fat tissue is then re-injected into your decolletage, and Dr. Olivier claims that while the injection area will continue to repair and rejuvenate over the course of several weeks – clients can expect to see results ‘almost immediately’. 

Effects should last between six months and a year, and the £7,5000 cost includes storage of the biofiller for five years, which can be used to top up the treatment when needed.  

Dr. Olivier Amar has revealed how constantly looking down at screens over lockdown has led to more women seeking a £7,500 treatment to help the appearance of sagging skin. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure

Dr. Olivier Amar has revealed how constantly looking down at screens over lockdown has led to more women seeking a £7,500 treatment to help the appearance of sagging skin. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure

Dr. Olivier Amar has revealed how constantly looking down at screens over lockdown has led to more women seeking a £7,500 treatment to help the appearance of sagging skin. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure 

‘Patients have been asking for a variety of treatments focused on combating signs of ageing and stress, focusing on the neck, eyes and forehead,’ he told. 

‘With regard to the neck area specifically, many patients are inquiring about non-surgical treatments to combat downward drag of skin and avoid the development of deep creases and lines in the skin.’ 

In some cases, clients  are interested in treatments such as fillers or Botox, whilst other patients are interested in more radical options such as surgical procedures like a neck lift, to actively tighten the skin around the neck and smooth out the skin. 

But according to Dr. Olivier, more and more patients are now coming to understand the potential benefits of ‘regenerative’ treatments – which work to reverse or actively combat the signs of ageing and skin decline. 

The Uvence procedure extracts fat tissue from a patient through liposuction before undergoes an extensive emulsification, distillation and purification process to create 'Super Enriched Tissue'. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure

The Uvence procedure extracts fat tissue from a patient through liposuction before undergoes an extensive emulsification, distillation and purification process to create 'Super Enriched Tissue'. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure

The Uvence procedure extracts fat tissue from a patient through liposuction before undergoes an extensive emulsification, distillation and purification process to create ‘Super Enriched Tissue’. Pictured, one of his clients before and after the procedure

The enhanced fat tissue is then re-injected into your decolletage and the doctor says clients can expect to see results 'almost immediately'

The enhanced fat tissue is then re-injected into your decolletage and the doctor says clients can expect to see results 'almost immediately'

The enhanced fat tissue is then re-injected into your decolletage and the doctor says clients can expect to see results ‘almost immediately’

He explained: ‘These regenerative treatments work by harnessing the body’s own self-repair mechanism to boost the rejuvenation of skin – the better quality skin you have, the better the overall result will be from any procedure.’

The Uvence treatment extracts a small amount of fat tissue from a patient, purifies it, and then re-injects the preserved live cells to dramatically improve the look and feel of the skin with immediate effect. 

The area of the skin which receives the injection then continues to display rejuvenate benefits over a period of several months. 

This treatment can also complement a range of other procedures, including energy device treatments such as radio frequency and lasers, and other surgical options. 

What is ‘tech neck’?  

Among some of the most popular treatments after hours of Zoom video calls were rhinoplasties, Botox and dermal fillers, to smooth out facial wrinkles and revitalise tired eyes after hours of Zoom video calls. 

Now, it appears that a new phenomenon is emerging – ‘Tech Neck’.

A phrase initially coined in the early days of the emergence of smart phones and laptops, tech neck referred to the condition of cervical kyphosis – an over-pronounced slouch due to the overuse of technology associated with neck and back pain and poor posture. 

Now though, cosmetic doctors around the world are reporting an increase in patients seeking treatment – not for their posture or neck pain, but for the appearance of their skin. 

Reports of sagging, tired skin and deep creases and stress lines around the neck are becoming more and more common, leading thousands to request surgical help to tidy up the appearance of their neck.

Amar said: ‘It’s extremely interesting to observe such a dynamic shift in the desire for specific treatments in the COVID era.

‘The phenomenon of tech neck is particularly curious – I have personally noticed a considerable increase in the number of consultations booked by patients who want to revitalise their skin around their neck, mostly due to their overuse of technology.’ 

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Treatments which offer a natural, regenerative solution come with a higher price point, but Olivier claims they come with a host of benefits and long-term results. 

‘For example, a full course of Uvence treatment is £7,500’, he said, ‘However, this price tag covers the cost of the initial fat extraction, the tissue purification process, re-injections of 5 treatments, and cryo-preservation of the tissue for up to 5 years. 

‘The payment can be spread out across the 5 year process, providing patients with a long-term solution to actively repair and rejuvenate their skin and combat the signs of ageing.’ 

Likened to ‘surgery in a box’, the Uvence procedure extracts fat tissue from a patient via minimally invasive liposuction.

Then, the tissue undergoes an extensive emulsification, distillation and purification process to create ‘Super Enriched Tissue’, a fluid rich in biochemically active molecules associated with skin repair.

Once the ‘Super Enriched Tissue’ has been created, it is then stored at Uvence’s cryogenic preservation facility, ready and waiting for the patient to request a re-injection. 

When the patient requests a re-injection, Uvence transports the patient’s super enriched tissue to their desired clinic, and re-injects the fluid at the patient’s discretion, offering a fully on-demand service for skin rejuvenation. 

The ‘biofiller’ can be re-injected almost anywhere on the body, with immediate and long lasting results.

Olivier went on: ‘The treatment is 100 per cent natural, totally devoid of any foreign chemicals or synthetic substances, and is completely personalised to each individual, harnessing the regenerative benefits of each patient’s own tissue.’ 

 He claims clients can see results in minuets, or even seconds – but says it take time for the skin to repair and rejuvenate. 

‘Upon re-injection of the ‘Super Enriched Tissue’, the patient can see the results almost immediately’, he said, ‘As skin clearly appears smoother and more toned within seconds and minutes of re-injection. 

‘However, the skin around the injection area will continue to repair and rejuvenate over the course of several weeks and months, and a patient will see a consistent improvement in the quality, vibrancy and smoothness of the skin over time.’  

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