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'English rose with great boobs' Victoria Clay exposed in full-frontal Kim K-style shoot?

'English rose with great boobs' Victoria Clay exposed in full-frontal Kim K-style shoot?

Entertainment
FLYNET/SPLASHNEWSLATEX LOVING: Victoria shot to fame on Britain's Next Top Model in 2017The gorgeous model first got a taste for the spotlight when she appeared on the 11th cycle of Britain's Next Top Model in 2017 alongside transgender model Talulah-Eve.Victoria was the third beauty to leave the competition, which was eventually won by Olivia Wardell, but not taking home the crown hasn't appeared to hinder her modelling credentials one bit.The striking redhead – who boasts 22,100 followers on Victoria Clay's Instagram – has continued to carve out a modelling career for herself and recently finished up a hair colour campaign.But it's her flair for revealing ensembles that has really put her on the map.Victoria, 23, has declared herself to be an "English rose with good boobs" and doesn't mi
Kardashian sisters in first ever topless family shoot as they strip to teeny undies

Kardashian sisters in first ever topless family shoot as they strip to teeny undies

Entertainment
Well the Kardashian-Jenners haven't.In fact, the world's most famous family have signed a new Calvin Klein campaign, which sees them frolicking in a barn together in a plethora of barely-there ensembles.Suffice to say, family bonding never looked so unrelatable, but then again, that's never really been the goal of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie (try saying that five times quickly) are fronting the Spring instalment of the #MYCALVINS gig, alongside the tag "Our Family".Proving they're more than just genetically / surgically blessed, the hotties even filmed a video to accompany the launch, rolling around on a duvet while playing Never Have I Ever.WILLY VANDERPERREFAMILY AFFAIR: Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie all posed togetherThe strangest ce...
Police shoot man dead after alleged Call of Duty 'swatting' hoax

Police shoot man dead after alleged Call of Duty 'swatting' hoax

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceA man has been arrested after an alleged "swatting" prank call led to police shooting dead a 28-year-old man.Andrew Finch was shot at his front door on 28 December in Wichita, Kansas.Police surrounded the home after receiving a hoax emergency call from a man claiming to have shot dead his father and taken his family hostage.The call stemmed from a row between two gamers playing Call of Duty online, US media say, although the address raided was apparently unconnected to either.Police have said they believe the report was an act of "swatting" where a person makes a false report to send police to another person or fake address. 'Innocent victim'Audio of the emergency call has been made public. A man can be heard telling authorities that he had shot ...
Saudis shoot down missile aimed at palace

Saudis shoot down missile aimed at palace

World
Saudi Arabia says it has shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemeni rebels at the royal palace in Riyadh.Mohammed Abdul-Salam, spokesman for the rebel Houthi movement in Yemen, said that a meeting of Saudi leaders at the Yamama Palace had been targeted - two hours before Saudi Arabia was due to announce the country's annual budget in a news conference expected to be attended by senior ministers.Saudi state television said the missile was intercepted just south of the city and that no casualties or damage had been reported.Witnesses in the capital have posted images on social media of smoke billowing into the air.:: Yemen: The civil war and humanitarian crisis explainedImage:The attempted strike comes a month after Houthi rebels launched this missile aimed at Saudi King Khaled airport. P...
Trump: Japan could shoot down North Korean missiles

Trump: Japan could shoot down North Korean missiles

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US President Donald Trump has said Japan could shoot North Korean missiles "out of the sky" with military equipment bought from the US.Japan's PM Shinzo Abe meanwhile said his country could intercept missiles "if necessary".The two leaders were speaking to reporters at the close of Mr Trump's first state visit to Japan.North Korea has fired long-range ballistic missiles over Japanese territory twice in recent months.Trump vows to tackle N Korea on Asia tripOn Monday, while answering questions at a press conference, Mr Trump said Mr Abe was "going to purchase massive amounts of military equipment" from the US.Referencing North Korea's missiles, he said Mr Abe could "shoot them out of the sky" when he completed the purchase, which he said would provide jobs to Americans as well as "safety fo...