Trees that go in the garden That's SO Christmas 2012 (it's just a shame they aren't real!) | UPDATED: 18:26 GMT, 22 November 2012 FAMILIES struggling for space among their supersize sofas and widescreen TVs are now putting their Christmas trees outside in the garden. But they are not planting them, these are artificial 'outdoor fashion trees', one of the biggest new festive trends for Christmas 2012. The shift is part of a wider shift away from real trees towards artificial alternatives.
The life of an underwear model! Candice Swanepoel gives fans an intimate sneak peek behind the scenes on latest shoot | UPDATED: 11:07 GMT, 20 November 2012 As a beautiful South African underwear model, Candice Swanepoel's job seems too good to be true. But a sneak peek behind the scenes of her new Juicy Couture television commercial reveals there really isn't much of a downside to her job, unless you count lounging around in designer clothes as a negative.
As she meets her idol Donny Osmond in Las Vegas, Susan Boyle says she may have conquered her demons but now she's terrified it may all disappear | UPDATED: 22:47 GMT, 16 November 2012 We’ve only just met and Susan Boyle has already whipped off her heels and shown me the results of some recent pampering – a pedicure inlaid with Swarovski crystals.
I had a double mastectomy so I'd live to see my son grow up: After Sharon Osborne reveals her drastic surgery, Tracey tells her storyTracey Barraclough was in her late 30s when she became convinced that she was a 'walking health time bomb'Her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother had all been diagnosed with cancer at the age of 52 | UPDATED: 03:00 GMT, 6 November 2012 Tracey Barraclough and her son Josh pictured in 1999 When I read Sharon Osbourne recently chose to have both her healthy breasts removed, it took me back to the decision I made 12 years ago to have the same operation. On the surface, everything in my life looked rosy
When does a house become a home After 17 months and 12 days once we have spent 5000 improving it 'Making a home warm and snug' voted as top way to make a house a home Brits spend 5,044 personalising space | UPDATED: 12:58 GMT, 2 November 2012 They say home is where the heart is, but according to a new study, a house doesn't officially become a home until 17 months and 12 days after you move in. During that time the average Brit will have spent 5,044 personalising their space – first the living room, followed by the main bedroom and kitchen. Four out of ten homeowners said they didn’t feel they could properly call their house a home until they stopped receiving the previous owner’s mail and one in five say a house isn’t officially a home until they’re on first name terms with the neighbours
Sweet dreams aren't made of these three: George Osborne, Gordon Brown and Katie Price regularly haunt Brits' nightmares | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 2 November 2012 His government cuts and tax rises have caused a living nightmare for some people – and many can't escape chancellor George Osborne in their sleep either. The Conservative MP has topped a poll of celebrities who haunt Brits' dreams followed by former PM Gordon Brown and glamour model Katie Price. The terrifying trio are most likely to feature in our nightmares, according to a study of 2,000 people
'When it comes to motherhood there is no 'choice' – nature is in charge not us': New mother and 35-year-old graduate admits that she has regrets at starting a family so late PUBLISHED: 09:19 GMT, 23 October 2012 | UPDATED: 09:30 GMT, 23 October 2012 A new survey says that as women we are worlds apart from our grandmothers generation when it comes to motherhood and are more interested in our careers. Lucy Connolly, 35, a graduate from Liverpool and mother to six month old Sadie Belle thinks this is a short-sighted view.
'Every day I thought, I'm going to die today': X Factor's Jahmene Douglas reveals how his father almost killed his mother with a blowtorch | UPDATED: 13:56 GMT, 20 October 2012 Jahmene Douglas is perhaps the most placid and shy performer on this year's X Factor. But behind the sensational voice lies a boy who once feared that any moment could be his last.
One hundred jiggling breasts Must be the CoppaFeel flashmob! FEMAIL joins surprise dance routine for breast cancer charity Charity founded by twin sisters Kris and Maren Hallenga, 26 Kris was diagnosed with breast cancer aged just 23CoppaFeel! encourages young women and men to check their breasts | UPDATED: 17:39 GMT, 18 October 2012 'Everyone grab a giant boob!' someone shouts.
University really IS the happiest time of our lives: Brits rate student years higher than having a baby or getting married People aged over 40 most likely to feel nostalgia for student days Former Leeds or Wolverhampton students remember uni life fondest Those still at university already regret not 'making the most of it' | UPDATED: 13:33 GMT, 12 October 2012 Students, listen up.