The Queen photobombs a Commonwealth selfie!

It's not every day you get to have your picture taken with a Royal and it's even less common to get photobombed by one - least of all her Majesty the Queen!

That's what happened to Jayde Taylor, a member of the Australia Commonwealth Games hockey team, who posed with one of her team-mates and was then subject to the ultimate photobomb!

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Payday loans killed my dad

Saddled with more than £20,000 of debts to payday loan firms and no income, Ian Jordan could see no way out of his financial situation, so the 60-year-old took an overdose of painkillers to end his own life.

After his death he received 1,000 texts from lenders demanding cash and Ian's daughter Samantha Carr has now demanded a government clampdown and posted an emotional video on YouTube, telling of her heartache and outlining how easy it is to get into financial trouble.

Below is a video Samantha made while heartbroken over her dad's death.

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'I don't think Peaches was happy when she died'

She couldn't breathe until she was 16 years old

– Katie Hind

The secrets of Peaches Geldof's drug addiction were made public yesterday at an inquest into her death.

The 25-year-old journalist, presenter and model has been battling a heroin addiction for more than two and half years. Police discovered heroin with a syringe and burnt spoons in her home.

Her husband Thomas Cohen had been away at the time but told the inquest he found Peaches slumped on a bed in the family's spare room.

Good Morning Britain speaks to Katie Hind, showbiz editor for the Sunday People, who knew Peaches and saw her shortly before her death.

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Peaches Geldof

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