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Pelvic health expert Stephanie Taylor, 57, from Hull, has warned against 'vaginal steaming' and has offered her top tips on avoiding vaginal prolapse after a woman, 62, was left with second-degree burns.Her daring outfits thrust BBC sports presenter Helen Skelton into the headlines during the Rio Olympics (left), winning her legions of fans.The Duke of York's friendship with Jeffrey Epstein (Andrew is pictured with Epstein's alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts, left) has been heavily scrutinised since his arrest and subsequent suicide over sex-trafficking allegations.The 59-year-old (pictured inset on Friday) has remain largely tight-lipped amid constant reports he was aware of Epstein's 'paedophile ring', only issuing two statements - one to deny all knowledge and a second revealing his regret over visiting Epstein after his release from prison.But sources close to Andrew's mother (pictured with him in June, right) claim the Epstein affair 'brings a lasting whiff of scandal to the monarchy'.A friend of the Queen said: 'You've got a serious crime linked to the kind of behaviour towards women that people feel particularly strongly about at the moment.

His body had been laid out on cushions at home as Miss Lapper (right, with Parys) cried, hugged and kissed her son for eight hours before the cremation.Meanwhile, a poll has underlined the growing appeal of an election if Parliament does block Brexit, suggesting the Tories could win a majority of 28 seats (right).John Bercow is to be booted for his 'blatant Brexit bias' by Tory MPs at the next election.Miss Lapper, who was born without arms and with shortened legs, became one of the most famous pregnant women in Britain when artist Marc Quinn made a sculpture of her that stood in Trafalgar Square, London (inset).

She has now detailed how her son's reclusive teenage years became dark and spiralled into a life of drugs and depression following social media pressure from his peers.

A touching photograph (left) from the ceremony shows Hubert's heartbroken mother and brother holding their lost loved one's helmet, in front of a string of current and former competitors who were gathered to pay their respects.