His arrival last month delighted first-time parents Felicity (main picture) and Tristan (top right) Wade who, as is the custom these days, published a happy family portrait online, and were duly inundated with good wishes from friends and family. Or most of them, at least. Adorable as he might be, newborn James Wade (pictured with his parents inset right) can expect little acknowledgement from his impeccably well-connected aunt, Zara Tindall (pictured bottom left with daughter Mia), nor from her brother Peter Phillips. And, sadly, he can expect none at all from his own grandfather, Captain Mark Phillips (top left), the former husband of Princess Anne. It is not even clear he knows that James exists. For the baby's birth just a few weeks ago is a reminder of one of the greatest scandals to have rocked the Royal Family - a story not just of illicit sex and illegitimacy, but of a disgraceful attempt to silence a vulnerable woman. Felicity is Mark Phillips' lovechild, conceived after a one-night stand with New Zealand art teacher Heather Tonkin (pictured bottom right with Felicity as a child) in an Auckland hotel room in 1984 while Phillips was still married to the Princess.
Philip's four-letter fury over Diana: How Duke bellowed at Blair spin doctors 'f*** off' when they pressed for Princes to walk behind mother's funeral cortege
The 'anguished' Duke reportedly told No 10 officials to 'f*** off' after it was suggested the princes should walk behind Diana's coffin - and he was backed by the Queen. The exchange came during a telephone conference call between Buckingham Palace, where Mr Blair's team, including spin doctor Alastair Campbell, had met Royal aides, and Balmoral, where the Queen and Prince Philip were staying with William and Harry.
Brucie's £17m bonus: TV legend 'gives his whole multi-million-pound fortune to third wife Wilnelia to avoid paying inheritence tax'
Bruce Forsyth has left all of his £17million estate to his wife to avoid it being gobbled up by the taxman, according to a friend. No inheritance tax is due when a fortune is passed to a spouse or civil partner instead of children. Once the fortune is transferred, Bruce's third wife former Miss World Wilnelia (pictured with Sir Bruce at home in Wentworth) can then give up to £650,000 to each of Sir Bruce's relatives tax free.
My friend Brucie was joking (and battling on) right to the very end: Bruce Forsyth's closest showbiz buddy JIMMY TARBUCK gives a deeply moving insight into star's final days
Outside, the sun was shining, but his illness kept Bruce indoors, and we chatted in a spacious bedroom suite overlooking Wentworth Golf Course. Light, bright and Grecian with pillars, and a statue of a goddess in the garden outside, it was a beautiful space. But it was comfortable, too, with couches, pretty curtains and a very large bed. Pictured: Bruce with his wife Wilnelia and Jimmy Tarbuck, left; Jimmy and Bruce preparing for an ITV Christmas special in 1970, top right; Bruce with Jimmy and Ronnie Corbett playing golf.
What REALLY happens when you shut the front door: Hilarious and occasionally terrifying security camera footage captures what goes on when you leave the house
NEW Captured on home surveillance cameras, Nest Cam, this series of real-life videos document the shocking discoveries people found. From naughty pets destroying furniture, and cats falling into ponds, to natural disasters and even burglars caught red handed - these videos may just have you setting up the web cam. Pictured, clockwise from top left: A tornado hits a home in Texas, a dog sleeps into a nursery, burglars are caught in the act by the homeowner and a Bulldog shows off his dance moves in his owner's living room.
Hopes fade for missing British-born seven-year-old Julian Cadman after his father arrives in Barcelona from Australia and is taken to a police forensic centre before visiting his injured wife in hospital
Hopes faded for a seven-year-old British boy lost in the Barcelona terror attack when his father arrived in the city this evening and was taken to a forensic centre. Julian Cadman was separated from his mother Jumarie when a terrorist rammed a van into pedestrians on Las Ramblas killing 14 on Thursday. His father Andrew was tonight escorted by police to the forensic institute which includes a mortuary when he arrived from his home in Sydney, Australia. Police have not confirmed Julian's condition but earlier tweeted: 'Neither were we searching nor have we found any lost child in the Barcelona attack. All the victims and injured have been located.'
'I don't want to wake up without him next to me': Heartbroken wife of US man killed by Barcelona terrorist reveals he stepped away for bathroom break while at cafe on their honeymoon when he was run down
Heidi Nunes-Tucker, 40, (pictured) has spoken out for the first time since her husband of one year Jared Tucker, 43, (inset right) died in the Barcelona terrorist attack on Thursday. Heidi spoke with NBC News in an interview that aired on Saturday. Heidi and Jared, a father to three teenage daughters and a stepson, were on their first trip to Europe to celebrate their one year wedding anniversary. They had been toasting their year of marriage at a street cafe in the Las Ramblas district just moments before the terror attack in Barcelona on Thursday. Heidi said that no more than a minute after Jared stepped away to find a bathroom, 'all mayhem broke out'. Terrorists responsible killed 14 people and wounded over a hundred after a van plowed through crowds traveling at a rate of up to 60 mph. The 17-year-old Moroccan man operating the vehicle, Moussa Oukabir, was shot dead by police in Cambrils Friday following the event. Jared was the only American fatality in the attack. He was not initially listed as a victim in the hospitals nearby the scene of the attack. He was pronounced dead on Friday, when he and Heidi had planned to jet back home from their first trip to Europe.
'Better get out early than late': Barcelona's chief rabbi urges Jews to move to Israel as he warns Europe is 'lost' because of threat from radical Islam
Barcelona's chief rabbi Meir Bar-Hen has urged Jews to move to Israel after warning that Europe has been 'lost' because of the threat from radical Islam. At least 14 people were killed and some 130 others injured when attackers in a van (pictured) ploughed into pedestrians on a promenade in the tourist area on Thursday evening. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Barcelona outrage and another attack in Cambrils yesterday, which resulted in one person dying and seven people being injured after five men wearing fake suicide belts drove an Audi A3 into crowds on the seafront. Western Europe has been a regular target for jihadists over the last few years. And rabbi Bar-Hen (inset) told his congregation to move to Israel to flee terror.
Paul O'Grady, 62, 'secretly marries ballet dancer partner Andre Portasio, 37, in idyllic London ceremony in front of just 50 guests including Sir Ian McKellan'
Paul O'Grady has reportedly married his ballet dancer partner Andre Portasio in a secret wedding ceremony after 11 years as a couple. The 62-year-old Blind Date host wed the former English National Ballet star, 37, in an intimate ceremony at The Goring Hotel's gardens earlier this month. A source told The Sun: ' Paul is as happy as he's ever been to be married to Andre. They kept the wedding to just their closest family and friends and had a big lunch afterwards to celebrate.'
Death by 50m camera clicks: As THREE SeaWorld killer whales die in a year, a former trainer says when the show is over, the gentle giant's lives are a 'disgrace to humanity'
John Hargrove, a SeaWorld expert turned whistleblower, explains the horrific conditions the San Diego park keeps their giant orca whales in, calling what goes on 'an abomination'. In January, an orca called Tilikum, notorious for killing his female trainer, died after a long battle with a lung infection. Then last month, Kyara, a three-month-old orca that was born under the park's now-defunct breeding programme, died from pneumonia. Now it has been announced that Kasatka, too, was put down last Tuesday. At 41, she was half the age she might have lived to in the ocean. In a tear-jerking interview with the Mail On Sunday, Mr Hargove explains that the orcas become violent in captivity, attacking their trainers, and even getting diseases they could never get in the wild, thanks to hours of sitting in their small tanks without enough room to swim. Main, SeaWorld, inset top, Kasatka took the feet of trainer Ken Peters in her jaws and took him to the bottom of the pool and inset bottom, trainer Dawn Brancheau, killed by an orca in 2010.
More than 100 firefighters battle huge blaze that has ripped through a packaging warehouse in Essex overnight
The building in Basildon was 'completely alight', with flames also burning lorries outside the warehouse (above). Flames threatened to spread to a neighbouring industrial unit and officers have been working through the night to contain the blaze. Fifteen fire engines and a number of specialist appliances, such as aerial ladder platforms to vary the angle of fire hoses, were at the scene after the first emergency call was made at 12.21am.
'I saw you f***ing grab at her boob': Moment heavy metal singer launches furious tirade against a spectator for groping a woman during his concert
This is moment a metal singer called out a man in his audience for touching a woman's breast during a concert. Architects frontman Sam Carter, stopped the show at the Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands to berate the culprit. He said: 'So I've been going over in my f***ing mind about whether I should say something or not about what I saw in that last song. And do you know what? I'm going to f***ing say it,'
Chilling dispatch from the front-line of a vile ideology: This neo-Nazi leader was in the crowd at Charlottesville as a car mercilessly mowed down anti-racism protesters. He is as offensive as he is ludicrous. But he is not alone.
Jeff Schoep, anti-Semitic 'commander' of the National Socialist Movement who was in Charlottesville, said that despite what he called a 'car accident', the disruptive event had empowered disparate white nationalist groups across America. Few would agree the hardcore agitators went to Charlottesville with peaceful intent after the city decided to remove the statue of a Confederate general in a park. They sought to inflame national debate over historic artefacts and the legacy of slavery. It was the boldest show of force by violent white supremacists in generations with chilling scenes of flaming torches, KKK insignia, swastikas, anti-Semitic slogans and menacing gun-toting militia. Many protesters wore protective gear and carried shields, staves and pepper spray.
The week that shook the world: From a romantic dinner with Dodi to a nation numb with grief, how the final days of Diana's life rocked the Royal Family and changed British life forever
They were just seven days of late summer, a fragment of time in the noisy tumult of British history. Yet the week Diana, Princess of Wales, died was one which changed our country, minute by heart-breaking minute. In a special report, the Mail on Sunday relives her final weeks and moments. The Princess' last hours were captured on camera (left) at the Ritz hotel in Paris with her lover Dodi on August 30 after enjoying a meal, before fatally getting in the limousine which later crashed (top left). The following day, her body arrived back in the UK (top centre) and mourners then began to fill the outskirts of both Buckingham (bottom left) and Kensington Palace (top right) with flowers and tributes. Pictured of September 4, her two young sons Princes William and Harry were photographed wiping tears from their eyes as they studied the heartfelt messages left to their mother. The following day, the Queen (bottom right) made the unusual move of appearing on live television amid a public outcry that the palace had not used the royal flag to fly at half-mast in tribute to the late princess. Finally, the mother-of-two was laid to rest on September 6 (far right).
Would you call me a liar if I was a teacher and not 'just' a glamour model? Chloe Ayling hits out at trolls saying people would believe her kidnapping claim if she was from a 'better family'
Chloe Ayling(left, bottom right) gave a detailed account of being snatched and drugged by Polish national Lukasz Herba(bottom left) and an accomplice after she was lured to a fake fashion shoot in Milan.She was bundled into a suitcase and driven to a remote farmhouse, before being dramatically set free after six days when she befriended her captor. The story made headlines around the world. But despite the arrest of two of the alleged kidnappers, it seems Miss Ayling's nightmare is far from over. Pictured top right: Lukasz and Michal Herba in Milan.
'I was having three large meals in one sitting': Woman, 29, who lived off McDonald's and KFC slims down to an incredible 69kg after being warned she wouldn't live past 40
A 29-year-old woman who dramatically shed 115 kilograms has opened up about how she overcame her fast food addiction. Elena Goodall, from Queensland, tipped the scales at 184 kilograms at her heaviest after living off an unhealthy diet where she gorged on McDonald's and KFC. But her turning point came after doctors made a shocking admission she would not live past the age of 40 if she continues adding to her waistline.
Teenage prostitute who 'slept with dozens of cops' when she was underage now sues SECOND California police department for 'failing to stop SIX of its officers from sex trafficking her'
Jasmin Abuslin, now 19, filed a lawsuit against Richmond, California on Thursday, claiming that officers on the city's police force traded police protection for sex while she was underage. Abuslin, the daughter of a police dispatcher, was awarded $989,000 in a May settlement of a similar suit against Oakland. The new lawsuit accuses six Richmond police officers of sexually trafficking her, and claims that current Police Chief Allwyn Brown (top right) and former Police Chief Chris Magnus (bottom right) failed to put a stop to the alleged malfeasance on the force.
Treasure trove of never-before-seen photographs capture a gritty and grimy New York from the 1960s to the 1990s - where men could get a haircut or roast a pig on the sidewalk
Carole Teller's 'Changing New York' depicts how lower Manhattan drastically changed through the eras. The photos show how the artistic NYC district also held onto certain characteristics no matter the decade. Teller's pictures feature every type of New Yorker, from the homeless to the children, the artists and the men in suits. Manhattan may now be dotted with Soul Cycles and Shake Shacks, luxury apartments and designer boutiques, but the relics of its past have been preserved thanks to Teller and her camera. The artist, who has lived in the East Village since the early 1960's, kept her lens trained on the city as buildings came and went, while others refused to relent. The poignant collection also shows what has been preserved in New York through the decades, from the carts selling shaved ice to the fascination of a crowd with a performer in the middle of Washington Square Park.
Strimmergate: Government worker caught on camera flouting all the rules by dumping remains of Japanese Knotweed in a stream putting residents at risk of weed invasion
Knotweed did not show up on a survey when Simon Walker bought his £550,000 house in North London (his garden pictured, inset) in November 2014, but a neighbour later told him it was growing in his garden. Mr Walker claims it came from adjacent agency land. It is also in other gardens and Mr Walker and his neighbours made repeated requests to the agency to deal with it. The contractor turned up in June last year, when he was filmed by the residents clearing it from the riverbank, which is agency land (main).
Never, ever grin at a gorilla: Musician reveals how the mood of a great ape changed after he took a SELFIE with it in Uganda
Stan Cullimore (left) stayed at the Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp, a luxury tented camp in Uganda, from where he trekked with a guide amid stunning scenery (right) to find the magnificent great apes (inset). There, he had a terrifying but humbling close encounter with a dominant male gorilla. Despite being warned not to smile as he approached - it's seen as a sign of aggression - Stan did anyway, which prompted the great ape to nudge him to the ground.
The USS Indianapolis is found after 72 years on the sea bed: Wreck of ship that was sunk by a Japanese submarine with the loss of 879 lives discovered by Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen
Billionaire tech mogul Paul G. Allen announced Friday that a research vessel belonging to his organization has located wreckage from the USS Indianapolis in the Philippine Sea. In July 1945, as the second World War was coming to a close, the Indianapolis was destroyed by a Japanese submarine, sinking the ship in 12 minutes after it was struck with a torpedo.
Pictured: Girl, 6, who was 'stabbed to death by her babysitting brother, 25, along with her two cousins, aged six and nine' at her US home in one of the grizzliest murders police officers have ever seen
Nadira Withers, 6, (left) and her two cousins two cousins nine-year-old Ariana DeCree and six-year-old Ajayah DeCree were found dead Friday morning in Clinton, Maryland. Nadira's brother, Antonio Williams, 25, (right) confessed to the killings, police said. Williams was taken into custody by local police on Friday night. He had been left at the home to look after the girls by his mother, Andrena Kelley, who was working an overnight shift as a nurse. The cousins were from Newark, New Jersey, and are the daughters of Williams' mother's cousin. The bodies were reportedly found by Kelley who then called the police. The victims were suffering from stab wounds and all three were found in one bed in the basement. They were pronounced dead on the scene. Williams did leave his other two-year-old sister unharmed, though she was in the house with him. Williams has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of second-degree murder.
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The White Helmets are set to make their final public appearance on September 16 at the Preston Military Show - and it seems a reprieve is unlikely. They are regarded as the Red Arrows of the road, and for 90 years they have performed death-defying feats atop roaring. But now the White Helmets are to be silenced for ever. A Ministry of Defence source told The Mail on Sunday the shows' impact on Army's recruitment is no longer effective. Veterans are furious at the decision.
Hero lifeguards and firefighters form human chain to save swimmer who was dragged out to sea in treacherous conditions
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Do bears twist in the woods? Animal copies Chubby Checker's famous moves as they dance in Canadian national park
The amazing dancing bear(pictured) seemed to be lost in the moment when he was snapped in Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada, by photographer Christopher Martin. The animal's moves bear a striking resemblance to the dance made famous in the 1960 hit by Chubby Checker but in reality he's just performing a bear necessity: scratching his back on a tree.
Poet's corner: Grade II listed manor house near Oxford where Dylan Thomas wrote his most famous work, Under Milk Wood, for sale for £1.8m
In the late 1940s, this Grade II listed manor house in South Leigh, near Oxford, was home to Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and was where he wrote much of Under Milk Wood. The current owners of the Manor House, Amelia and Graham McNeillie, are moving to Newmarket in Suffolk to be near their grandchildren and are now selling the property for £1.8 million after 27 happy years. The Grade II listed Manor House, which dates back to 1650, is beautifully presented. The drawing room and the beamed dining room both have Georgian bay windows and open fireplaces. There are three acres of outside space, split equally between garden and paddock.