The Queen joins fashion royalty at London Fashion Week

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The Queen has joined fashion royalty on the front row of London Fashion Week. Sat next to Dame Anna Wintour, Editor-in-chief of Vogue US, her Majesty made a surprise visit to the event to watch models on the catwalk. It's Her Majesty's first visit to London Fashion Week, a staple of the sartorial calendar attracting couture connoisseurs from around the globe.

Inspirational: James Dunn raises thousands to fight his own skin condition

James Dunn is a brave young man with a severe skin condition called epidermolysis bullosa. Even though he has lost the use of his hands, James is fulfilling his dream to take portraits of famous people to raise money to help find a cure for his own deadly skin condition.

The inspirational 24-year-old won the hearts of many when he appeared on the sofa with Spiderman’s Tom Holland back in December to tell us about the amazing photograph he took of the actor.

But this morning James was excited to talk to us about his most high profile photo shoot to date - photographing Sophie, Countess of Wessex in Buckingham Palace!

Watch the inspirational interview above.

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Brave female army hero speaks out against sexism in the military

I had a can of coke thrown at my head - that's not banter!

– Katrina Hodge

Katrina Hodge served in Iraq in 2005 and was decorated for her bravery after saving the lives of five soldiers. The war hero then went on to win Miss England four years later.

But despite her triumphant display on the battlefield, she said her biggest battle was going up against the army’s own culture of sexist bullying.

Katrina, nicknamed "combat barbie", said her military achievements and media attention triggered a nasty backlash of sexist abuse from other soldiers.

KFC has run out of chicken - and people aren't happy

KFC has closed 750 of its 900 UK outlets after delivery problems and a new distribution system left them with a chicken shortage.

The fast-food chain switched its delivery partner to DHL, who has blamed “operational issues” for the disruption.

In a statement, KFC apologised and are unsure when the delivery problems will be rectified, but assured the fried chicken lovers that they’re working “flat out” to get back up and running.

KFC's Twitter statement