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SHE’S the real life Thumbelina. Looking at this picture it seems there is a big age gap between these two sisters. But amazingly tiny Faith Findlay is aged seven - a year OLDER than her bigger sister Hope, who is only six. Little Faith has an extremely rare form of dwarfism, with only 30 cases reported world-wide.
FINDLAY - THE REAL LIFE THUMBELINA.
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THIS is the mum who has lost a staggering 13 stone - to become a mum. When Lisa Glossop was told she was too fat for IVF treatment ,she knew she had to take drastic action. She and husband Julian had been trying desperately for a baby for more than a decade. When Lisa, 33, went to her GP for help, he told her that at 25 stone, she was too heavy to have IVF treatment.
GLOSSOP. THE MUM WHO LOST 13 STONE TO BE A MUM - PICK ME UP MAG LAST WEEK
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WHEN Suzanne Gaskell was told she was too fat for IVF treatment she was devastated. She and her husband Chris had been trying for six years to have a baby but when Mrs Gaskell was referred to a fertility expert she was told she would have to lose weight in order to have treatment. She was so determined to be a mum that she managed to lose a staggering seven stone and drop five dress sizes.
GASKELL. MIRACLE BABY FOR WOMAN TOLD SHE WAS TOO FAT FOR IVF TREATMENT - AFTER SHE LOST 7 STONE.
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WHEN Patricia Kirwin decided she needed to lose weight, she knew she couldn’t do it in an ordinary way. She had tried dieting over the years and nothing seemed to work - so she decided to take a series of photographs so she could see herself shrinking. She pinned each one onto her fridge in a line and it proved to be the inspiration she needed to keep going.
KIRWIN - I LOST 11 STONE - THANKS TO MY PICTURE DIARY
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THIS is the bride who had to save her husband’s life - on their wedding day. Brave Debbie Airey, 44, had to resuscitate husband Paul, 46, when he collapsed shortly after their wedding speeches. Mr Airey, who runs his own sign making business, collapsed when Mrs Airey drove him home from the wedding reception as he wasn’t feeling well. She managed to save her husband’s life by resuscitating him as he lay moments from death - and now the couple are finally able to enjoy the start of their married life together. Mrs Airey, 44, who runs her own commercial insurance brokers business, said: ‘I was just in complete shock when I was trying to resuscitate Paul. But I was determined that I wasn’t going to be a widow on my wedding day.
AIREY. BRIDE WHO SAVED BRIDEGROOM'S LIFE ON THEIR WEDDING DAY.
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WITH their modesty only covered by underwater patriotic flags, this group of military wives have bared all for a charity calendar. From the length and breadth of the UK the wives have stepped forward to take part on the calendar which went on sale last week. The Garrison Girls - wives of men from all three Armed services - have bared all in a series of tastefully shot underwater nude images. The calendar is raising money to help servicemen and their families suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. This is the fourth saucy calendar they have shot - and they are hoping to raise £5 million to build a retreat for whole families of servicemen.
GARRISON GIRLS. 'THE GARRISON GIRLS' BARE ALL FOR UNDERWATER NUDE CALENDAR' FOR SERVICEMEN.
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Nervously I boarded the plane. “Don’t worry Mummy.” My son Zuko reassured me, but it wasn’t flying that terrified me, it was fitting into the seat. I sat down and as I’d imagined, the seatbelt wouldn’t stretch across my huge tummy. In tears I asked the stewardess for an extension. So much for the holiday of a lifetime.
PHILLIPS. LOST 12 STONE TO GET ON A RAFT AGAIN.
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THIS roast dinner looks just like something that any mum would be proud to serve up on a sunday. The roast chicken looks succulent, the greens look well cooked, and the roast potatoes are dripping with gravy. It looks good enough to dig a knife and fork into to take a mouthful - but if you did you would get a real shock/ For this roast dinner is anything but - instead it is a rather unusual cake.
CAKES. AMAZING CAKES THAT DON'T LOOK LIKE CAKES.
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The woman in the lingerie shop measured my bust, “You’re a 40GG.” she said. “I can’t be” I gasped, cheeks burning with embarassment. I’d already had a breast reduction, but the tape doesn’t lie - my boobs had grown back! I’d started developing at 12 and was a DD cup by 14. At 18 I’d had 2 years as a 34FF and hated my boobs so much. I couldn’t wear fashionable clothes, couldn’t run, my back was sore - so the Doctors agreed I could have a boob reduction on the NHS. At 5 foot 8, size 14 and a double D, I finally felt in proportion, but not for long...
MCGREGOR.   MY BOOBS KEPT ON GROWING
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I was determined. Gritting my teeth I slowly hauled myself out of the wheelchair, placed my hands on the parallel bars & steadied myself. “Go on, you can do it”, Mum encouraged tearfully. I smiled, “I know” and slowly and shakily I put one metal leg in front of the other. I’d done it - achieved the impossible - walked again after losing my legs to meningitis. But walking was one thing, riding was another and I really wanted to get back into the saddle. Since I was 7 I’d been winning medals in riding competitions. But all of that changed one day in Novermber 2007 when I came over all queasy and achey. “I think I’m coming down with something” I told Mum & Dad. “Sleep it off” they advised. But the following morning Mum noticed a rash on my back and rushed me to hospital. When I woke up I was in hospital with my parents at my bedside. “You went into cardiac arrest - we thought we’d lost you!” Dad exclaimed. “You’ve been in a coma for 3 weeks and we had no choice but to let them amputate!”
MAN.  GIRL RIDES AGAIN AFTER MENINIGITIS
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