Celebrities are sharing near-naked pictures of themselves on social media - to encourage fans to stay at home during the Covid-19 lockdown.Among those taking part include models Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Kylie Jenner. View this post on Instagram Sweats 🤍 @_lestien ad gifted A post shared by Rosie HW (@rosiehw) on Mar 30, 2020 at 4:37pm PDT View this post on Instagram He's so sick of the snuggles A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) on Mar 30, 2020 at 5:00pm PDTStars such as Kate Winslet and Gwyneth Paltrow, have been appearing without make-up on social media from their kitchens, bedrooms and sofas.Other celebs are giving fans a glimpse of the mansions, swimming pools and designer kitchens where they are hunkering down under stay-at-home rules aimed at containing the pandemic.Meanwhile, the cast of the movie Contagion reunited to warn the world against Covid-19.
The royal grandfather has a sweet tribute to Prince George on display at his Birkhall home
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called staff at the hospital where the first medic who died of the disease worked.
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These eerie photos taken by a commuting key worker show how London has become a ghost town during the coronavirus lockdown.The capital – home to 8.9 million residents and usually filled with commuters – is empty as Brits stay home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Boris Johnson last week ordered the restriction of all but essential travel in public spaces in order to cease the spread of the deadly virus.Only key workers and people whose jobs can ensure they maintain social distancing rules are allowed to travel to work.Latest coronavirus news, updates and adviceLive: Follow all the latest updates from the UK and around the worldFact-checker: The number of COVID-19 cases in your local area6 charts and maps that explain how COVID-19 is spreadingPhotos along the South Bank show the London Eye – one of the Capital's top tourist attractions – at a standstill amid the COVID-19 lockdown.Other tourist hotspots such as China Town, Borough Market and the National Gallery are totally empty.The mid-morning snaps are a stark difference to photos of commuters packed on busy trains from just over a week before.Coronavirus: what happened todayClick here to sign up to the latest news, advice and information with our daily Catch-up newsletter
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A man has been arrested after eight ambulances were damaged in Kent, forcing them out of service as medics across the UK contend with the spread of coronavirus.The 47-year-old from Ramsgate, Thanet, was detained on Wednesday morning on suspicion of causing criminal damage on two dates last month.