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New princess spends her first day at home

The new family of four are expected to stay at Kensington Palace for a few days before heading to Anmer Hall.

  • EasyJet flight from Mallorca to London declares mid-air emergency

    An Easyjet flight on its way to the UK has declared an emergency and will land in Paris. EasyJet Flight U28626 from Palma de Mallorca to London has declared an emergency and is diverting. Follow us on Twitter @DailyMirror - the official Daily Mirror & Mirror Online Twitter account - real news in real time.

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  • David Beckham Had A £250k Star-Studded 40th Birthday Bash And It Looks EPIC

    David jetted his family and friends off to Marrakesh for his 40th birthday, where they stayed at the six-star Amanjena Hotel – the same place where the former footballer and his fashion designer-come-pop star wife Victoria renewed their vows in 2004. According to The Sun, the Beckham's hired snake-charmers and belly dancers for the event, and even roped in their pal Gordon Ramsay to cater for the whole thing. Lets just hope Gordon wasn't having any Kitchen Nightmares yesterday.

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  • Woman killed after sitting on rail track in Staffordshire

    In a statement read to the hearing on behalf of Miss Upton, British Transport Police coroners’ liaison officer Paul Simmonds said: “When they arrived Miss Pashaeva caused a scene so Miss Upton grabbed her and took her along the platform. Miss Upton was unable to get her off the track. Also known as Emilia Bashaeva, she had a history of heavy drinking and was said to have joked about ‘having vodka for breakfast’.

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  • Frank Lampard left red-faced after Christine Bleakley reveals his dirty habits

    The couple starred on ITV's new sports quiz, Play To The Whistle.

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  • Mayweather And Pacquiao Clash In Las Vegas

    Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao have finished 12 rounds of their much-anticipated clash that will earn them a combined payday of $300m. Long lines of people queuing to get into the Las Vegas venue began hours before the bout, which has been billed as boxing match of the century. Among the famous faces in the audience are actors Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper, and former boxing world champion Sugar Ray Leonard.

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  • Tributes paid to Rio Ferdinand's wife Rebecca

    The wife of former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand has died aged 34 following a short battle with cancer, he announced on Saturday, prompting a flood of tributes. Figures from across English football paid tribute to Rebecca Ellison, who died on Friday night from breast cancer, with fans applauding during matches and players expressing sympathy to Ferdinand. "My soulmate slipped away last night," the 36-year-old Queens Park Rangers player said in a statement.

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  • Furious wife tears off 'cheating' husband's windscreen with bare hands

    Hell hath no fury like a brick-wielding woman scorned. An enraged wife who claims her husband was having an affair has smashed his windshield with a brick before tearing off the glass with her bare hands. The alarming video, which comes from Nanjing in the Jiangsu Province of China, shows the woman pulling the shattered glass off the car with bloodied fingers as the terrified husband cowers behind the wheel.

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  • Death row Briton 'begins goodbyes'

    A British grandmother on death row in Indonesia has revealed she is making preparations for her own execution in the knowledge "I might die at any time now". Lindsay Sandiford, 58, who is facing death by firing squad for drugs offences, said she has started writing goodbye letters to her family, having run out of time and money to seek clemency from authorities. The piece comes after the execution last week of eight convicted drug smugglers, including two Australians.

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  • Royal baby belies problems of the ageing Windsors

    The birth of a princess on Saturday demonstrated the enduring strength of Britain's rulers, consolidating four generations of a family now more popular than ever, but cannot hide the weaknesses of an ageing institution. Queen Elizabeth II turned 89 just weeks ago and shows no sign of abdicating, even if she has stepped back a little from public duties in favour of her 66-year-old son and heir Charles, the Prince of Wales. Prince William and his wife Kate's second child will be fourth in line to the throne after Charles, William, and his first-born George -- a strong dynasty that could continue for another century.

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  • NASA successfully tests shape-changing airplane wings

    The ACTE project is a joint effort between NASA and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory to explore technologies that will significantly reduce drag, structural weight, and aircraft noise. NASA has successfully tested a shape-changing wing design that could do away with the conventional flaps seen on commercial airliners. Since last year, NASA researchers have been conducting the tests in collaboration with the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and engineering company FlexSys Inc. "The completion of this flight test campaign at Armstrong [Flight Research Center] is a big step for NASA’s Environmentally Responsible Aviation [ERA] Project," said the project's manager, Fay Collier.

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  • James And Richard To Return To 'Top Gear' After All?

    Richard Hammond and James May have been spotted arriving at the BBC’s London HQ, just weeks after both stating that they would not return to ‘Top Gear’ without sacked presenter Jeremy Clarkson. The duo looked relaxed as they made their way into the BBC building on Wednesday, after stopping to pose for a few photos with fans. Last week, James shared his thoughts on returning to the motoring show without Jezza, stating: “Me and [Richard] Hammond with a surrogate Jeremy is a non-starter, it just wouldn’t work. Soon after, Richard echoed his statement, tweeting: “To be clear amidst all this talk of us 'quitting' or not: there's nothing for me to 'quit'.

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  • Conwy farmer confesses to creating Llandegla's 100ft-long phallic symbol

    Conwy farmer Llyr Jones has been un-masked as the person responsible for Llandegla’s infamous phallic symbol, Farm & Country can reveal. The symbol became a social media hit and, for a while, it looked as if the Clwydian Hills might have a site to rival the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset.

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  • Britain's Got Talent: Five dancing middle-aged men steal the show

    A group of dancing dads and grandads provided the biggest surprise in the fourth episode of series 9 of Britain’s Got Talent. That’s grooving alright! (Tom Dymond/PA) Old Men Grooving, five balding blokes wearing woolly jumpers, managed to trick everyone

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  • Royal baby: Kensington Palace delivers birthday cake to 'superfan' Terry Hutt

    Kensington Palace on Thursday (30 April) delivered a birthday cake to one of the royal "superfans" outside the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth. Terry Hutt, who has been sleeping on a bench outside St Mary's hospital for the past 10 days waiting for the arrival of the Duchess of Cambridge, celebrated his 80th birthday on Thursday. A card accompanying the cake offered Hutt best wishes on his 80th birthday and was signed "from the team at Kensington Palace", which is the official home of Prince William and his wife Kate.

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  • Made in Chelsea's Spencer Matthews shows off drastic body transformation

    He’s gone from chunk to hunk in just a couple of weeks. But it looks like Spencer Matthews’ hours in the gym have paid off. Spencer Matthews has been training hard to get into shape (Dominic Lipinski/PA) The Made in Chelsea star took to Instagram to

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  • Chris Evans makes Scarlett Johansson jump out of her skin on the Ellen DeGeneres show

    Chris Evans plays a prank on Scarlett Johansson on Ellen DeGeneres

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  • Pictures Of The Week: Elvis, Elections And Exercise (12 photos)

    Here is our selection of the best pictures from the past seven days. A young boy tries on an Elvis mask at a Guinness Book of World Records event for the largest gathering of Elvis Presley impersonators in Antrim, Northern Ireland (Charles McQuillan/Getty

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  • Teenager dies after speedboat spill

    A teenage girl has died and three others needed medical treatment after a speedboat overturned in a marina. Emergency services were called to Brixham Harbour in Torbay, Devon, amid reports that a vessel carrying a father, his daughter and two school friends had capsized. Mark Criddle, coxswain of Torbay's RNLI lifeboat, said crews arrived on scene and found a 16ft speedboat upside down with a girl trapped in it.

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  • ‘Parking bays block off my car business’

    NEW parking bays painted outside a car repair garage have been branded a “joke” by the business owner who says they are losing him money. The two parking bays were painted directly outside the entrance to BJ Autos, in Margaret Road, Headington, by Oxfordshire County Council. The business’s 29-year-old co-owner Fayzan Qureshi said this has led to cars using both spaces and blocking the entrance to his garage for up to three hours at a time. He told the Oxford Mail since the lines were painted his business has had to turn down two MOT’s, costing him more than £100.

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  • Diesel Faces Crackdown As UK Ordered To Act

    The Government has been ordered to act immediately to comply with European air pollution limits. The decision by the Supreme Court relates to nitrogen dioxide, largely produced by diesel engines, and it could lead to tight controls on diesel vehicles in Britain's largest cities. The case was brought against the Environment Secretary by campaign group  ClientEarth  who argued that cities including London, Birmingham and Leeds would not meet EU pollution limits until 2030 - 20 years after the 2010 deadline.

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