Prince Harry expected to meet Cressida Bonas"s family at Sir Richard Branson"s son"s wedding

Prince Harry expected to meet Cressida's family at Sir Richard Branson's son's wedding Prince Harry was invited to Sam Branson's wedding to Cressida's half-sister IsabellaThe couple recently enjoyed a romantic break skiing in SwitzerlandPrincesses Beatrice and Eugenie are also expected to attend By Rebecca English And Louise Eccles PUBLISHED: 01:55 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:01 GMT, 22 February 2013 Prince Harry is set to seal his romance with girlfriend Cressida Bonas when she introduces him to her family at a wedding in South Africa. The third in line to the throne, who was yesterday pictured for the first time in a loving embrace with the 24-year-old dance student during a ski holiday in Switzerland, is understood to have been invited to attend the lavish nuptials of her half-sister Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, to tycoon Sir Richard Branson’s son, Sam, at his private game reserve near the Kruger National Park in two weeks’ time. Harry, 28, is already due to fly out to Africa next week on a three day-visit to Lesotho with his charity, Sentebale.

Congregation of St Michaels and All Angels Church, Daws Heath, complete construction of flatpack church with wood from Lapland

Give us this day our daily shed! Congregation complete Scandanavian FLATPACK church after spending 90 years worshipping in hut The 150-year-old Lapland wood is expected to last up to 200 yearsAssembly took just over three months thanks to team of up to 15 builders PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 4 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:22 GMT, 4 December 2012 Worshippers have beaten Santa to it and imported their own gift from Lapland – this flatpack church – just in time for Christmas. For the past 90 years, the congregation of St Michael’s and All Angels Church, in Daws Heath, Essex, have had to make do with a First World War army hut. But with the hut falling into a state of disrepair, the Anglican congregation decided it was time to replace their old church with a brand new 560,000 building.

How women would rather give up sex than chocolate: One in five say treat would be last thing they forego

How women would rather give up sex than chocolate: One in five say treat would be last thing they foregoMore than 20 per cent of women said that chocolate would be the last thing they could give up, according to aa Cancer Research UK campaignBut just nine per cent said that sex would be the hardest thing to forego | UPDATED: 07:38 GMT, 4 December 2012 The log fire is raging and the lights are turned down low.