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Steal the Duchess of Sussex's tour-drobe style

From her chic tailored dress and trench coat to her casual jeans and trainers combo, all eyes have been on Meghan Markle’s wardrobe as she continues the royal tour with husband Prince Harry.

But you don’t have to spend thousands on designer outfits to get the look - Heat’s style editor Laura Puddy reveals how to achieve it for a fraction of the price!

Good Housekeeping's best festive food for 2018

With nine weeks until Christmas Day, we're all about festive food. Recent statistics have revealed that four million pounds has already been spent on mince pies in UK supermarkets and so with many of us getting in the mood, Good Housekeeping’s consumer affairs director Caroline Bloor is here with the magazine’s blind taste test results to guarantee the tastiest Christmas ever.

Trophy hunting on UK soil: Shoot a rare deer for £9K

Many of us were shocked by the foreign footage of an elephant being shot over the weekend, but it seems the idea of trophy hunting is happening a lot closer to home - in Bedfordshire to be exact.

Foreign travel firms are charging £9,000 to shoot a grade A red deer stag (recognised for its large antlers) and Chinese water deer (quoted by the travel firm as: ‘a “must for every trophy collection”).

Woburn Abbey Deer Park say although it’s not associated with the travel companies, it does participate in culls to ensure the “continued health and welfare of all the deer within the park.”

The news has shocked animal welfare groups like League Against Cruel Sports: their Director of Campaigns, Chris Luffingham joins us live in the studio, meanwhile, deerstalker Charlie Jacoby says so what? It’s a genuine hobby and no one is committing a crime.

Absolutely Ascot cast take on their critics

It’s been described as TOWIE meets Big Fat Gypsy Wedding - ITVBe’s new reality series Absolutely Ascot focuses on the glamorous side of the travelling community with plenty of fast cars, false nails, designer clothes and countless pairs of sky high heels.

However many disgruntled locals have criticised the show - calling for a petition for it to change its name, claiming it doesn’t represent the area.

Samson Lee Smith, Ellie Ball and Courtney Smith from the show join us in the studio as they defend their new-found fame and describe what life is really like for the younger generation of gypsies.

Racially abused onboard a Ryanair flight

It’s a horrific verbal attack which left her feeling ‘stunned’ and ‘depressed’. Seventy-seven-year-old Delsie Gayle was subjected to a tirade of racial abuse from a fellow passenger on board a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to London at the weekend.

Captured on film, the male passenger is seen shouting at Ms Gayle, who suffers from arthritis, telling her to move seats so he could get to the window seat. Despite Delsie’s disability, the man proceeded to shout and swear until she moved.

So far, Ryanair have not apologised to Ms Gayle who was returning from a holiday intended to cheer her up after the anniversary of her husband’s death.

Delsie and daughter Carol join us in the studio as the matter is reported to Essex police.

What is Raynaud's phenomenon?

Raynaud's phenomenon is common and doesn't usually cause any severe problems. You can often treat the symptoms yourself by keeping warm. Sometimes it can be a sign of a more serious condition.

Raynaud's affects your blood circulation. When you're cold, anxious or stressed, your fingers and toes may change colour. Some people also find their ears, nose, lips or nipples are affected. Symptoms can include: pain, numbness, pins and needles or difficulty moving the affected area.

Things you can do yourself:
keep your home warm
wear warm clothes during cold weather – especially on your hands and feet
exercise regularly – this helps improve circulation
try breathing exercises or yoga to help you relax
eat a healthy, balanced diet

Don't smoke – improve your circulation by stopping smoking
Don't drink too much tea, coffee or cola – caffeine and other stimulants can stop you relaxing

When to see a GP:
your symptoms are very bad or getting worse
Raynaud's is affecting your daily life
you only have numbness on one side of your body
you also have joint pain, skin rashes or muscle weakness
you're over 30 and get symptoms of Raynaud's for the first time
your child is under 12 and has symptoms of Raynaud's