• Style

    Maya Jama blows fans away in seriously glamorous bikini and sheer cover-up

    After Maya Jama's age-defying mum floored fans with a recent bikini snap, the presenter has proved that good genes definitely run in the family.  STYLISH SWIMWEAR: Mark Wright's little sister Natalya models the best ASOS bikinisMaya took to her Instagram account on Monday to share one of her own favourite throwback poolside looks – and it's giving us total Versace vibes.Maya looked incredible in her printed bikini and cover-upThe former Radio 1 presenter showed off her incredible figure in a swirl print triangle top and matching bikini bottoms from PrettyLittleThing.SUMMER GLAM: Perrie Edwards' boho bikini might be her best look everThe killer holiday look was completed with a matching cover-up, and the sheer number looked far more expensive than it really is.Maya, who has collaborated with PrettyLittleThing in the past, is a big fan of the affordable fashion brand. And who can blame her when the look is so purse-friendly?Black Acid Print Bikini, £8, PrettyLittleThingSHOP TOP NOWSHOP BOTTOMS NOWThe 25-year-old star's bikini top is just £8 in the sale and the briefs are a bargain £6. That's just £14 for the whole set - and your beach style sorted from day to night.BARGAIN: Myleene Klass just wore the new It-dress from H&M; \- and it's just £29.99This isn't the first time Maya has made serious waves with her summer style. The beauty's Instagram followers did a collective jaw drop when she shared a smoking hot photo of her previous holiday outfit – and we can 100 per cent see why!Maya was pictured in a figure-hugging lime green mini dress from The 'Lime Green Racer Sequin Mini Dress' features a keyhole back, daring leg split and is currently reduced from £35 to just £26 and is still available in a size 12 upwards. Hurry!HELLO!'s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items our editors love and approve of. HELLO! may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. To find out more visit our FAQ page.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • Celebrity

    People are just realizing that both of Rita Ora's parents are white, and now she's being accused of 'blackfishing'

    The 29-year-old British singer is Albanian, but has repeatedly worn Black hairstyles, like cornrows and box braids.

  • Style

    Victoria Beckham welcomes daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz to the family in the sweetest way

    We wish our mothers-in-law were as generous as Victoria Beckham! The fashion designer has made Brooklyn Beckham's new fiancée – and now rumoured wife – Nicola Peltz feel welcome thanks to a very special gift.STEAL HER STYLE: Cat Deeley looks angelic in dreamy white dressYep, Victoria has been dressing Nicola almost exclusively in her own fashion label since the couple got engaged! She is one VERY lucky girl.Nicola has been dressing almost exclusively in Victoria's clothingThe Bates Motel actress took to her Instagram account on Monday night – just after Victoria seemingly confirmed the young couple were now Mr and Mrs – to express her gratitude.ROYAL GLAMOUR: We've found Queen Letizia's look for lessWearing a gorgeous purple floral dress from the former Spice Girls singer's popular brand, American beauty Nicola looked delighted as she showed off the garment in all its glory.Loading the player...WATCH: Victoria and Nicola let loose on the dancefloorProving she's already an established part of brand Beckham, Nicola enthused: "Thank you for letting me wear your clothes every day. I love you @victoriabeckham."HOLIDAY-READY: Maya Jama's bikini is giving us serious Versace vibes If you're thinking the pretty frock looks familiar, that's because Victoria was modelling the stunning Autumn/Winter 2020 piece herself the other day."The perfect summer dress (especially when it matches your bike) from my VBPAW20 collection x vb," Victoria previously said of the luxurious dress.Floral Midi Dress, £1,390, Victoria BeckhamSHOP NOWMade out of 100 per cent silk, Victoria describes the £1,390 long-sleeved dress as featuring a "bohemian wallpaper floral print" with a "body-skimming fit" on her website.BEACH TIME: Louise Redknapp's perfect bikini claims to flatter every figureMeanwhile, Victoria also shared another snap herself of Brooklyn and Nicola cosying up – wearing yet another of her designs."The sweetest couple at sunset @brooklynbeckham and @nicolaannepeltz, looking so amazing in the VBPAW20 rose print dress!", Victoria captioned the image.Brooklyn's mum posted another picture of Nicola in one of her dressesIf we pray hard enough, will Victoria send us her clothes too?The Beckhams have been enjoying an extended summer break in idyllic Puglia, Italy. It's thought the family – including dad David Beckham, daughter Harper and sons Romeo and Cruz - are staying at a luxury farmhouse in Borgo Egnazia.HELLO!'s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items our editors love and approve of. HELLO! may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. To find out more visit our FAQ page.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

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    The Guardian

    'Like a prison sentence': the couples separated by Covid-19

    'Like a prison sentence': the couples separated by Covid-19. A campaign has highlighted plight of unmarried couples from different countries parted for months

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    Coronation Street spoiler pictures show Geoff left shocked as Tim heads away

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  • Science

    Cows bellow in excitement when mother gives birth to a calf

    Caramel is a wonderful cow who lives on a beautiful free range farm in Millbrook, Ontario. Her days here are happy as she wanders with her herd over lush, green meadows and grazes contentedly. She has ponds for water, a forested area to explore, and rolling hills that create a scene like a landscape painting. The farmers place the emphasis on herd health and happiness, refusing to cut corners for profit. They will not produce veal and they never separate calves from their mothers, which is a heart breaking part of the dairy industry. Every drop of the mother's milk goes to her new baby. Caramel is giving birth to a new calf. As instinct tells her to do, she finds a quiet spot away from the rest of the herd and she lies down on a slope, waiting as the contractions start. Her water has broken and her amniotic sac is bulging. She knows it is time. The birth was going smoothly for a few moments but then Caramel seems agitated and distressed. Her baby isn't moving and it is encased in the thick amniotic sac. Caramel begins to bellow loudly and she sniffs at her calf before it is even fully out. It's possible that this is a pain reaction, but it's also possible that she is trying to make the baby move so she is reassured that it is alright. With the baby almost all of the way out, Caramel shrieks and stands up abruptly, causing the baby to fully enter the world. The herd had been grazing contentedly until they heard Caramels cries. They began to call loudly and they ran in her direction. They seem concerned for both Caramel and the bay and they inspect it closely. This show of surprising intelligence and compassion is a clear demonstration that cows have more emotional capacity than we give them credit for. In the wild, cows are prey animals and they know that predators will be attracted to the smell of the afterbirth. For the safety of both, she frantically tries to eat all of the amniotic sac as quickly as possible. While the calf is unable to stand, she must be sure to avoid attracting any attention. Licking the calf clean is also for protection, but it provides stimulation and helps the mother and calf bond and recognize the scent of the other. Within 15 minutes the calf is much more alert and it tries to stand. Caramel is eager to encourage the calf and she licks and nudges the calf repeatedly. It needs the first milk that she produces for antibodies and high protein. This colostrum is very important for the calf's immune system and future health. Being highly social herd animals, some of their behaviour is protective. Some of it is curiosity and some of it may be their way of congratulating Caramel, relieved that the bay is healthy. Once on her feet, little "Holly" found her way to the milk supply and nursed greedily. She stood back legs first with an adorable clumsiness that resembled a newborn deer. Holly is one of more than 25 calves born in this herd this spring. She will grow quickly and have a wonderful life on this incredible farm.

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    In The Know

    Man raising money to pay mom's rent left speechless by stranger outside Target: 'Excuse me?'

    The young man, named Kevin, was standing outside a Nashville Target store playing violin with a sign reading “Need to help my mom with rent, God bless,” on Aug. 9.