Average adult manages seven smiles a day… but one is false! By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:24 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 6 March 2013 The average adult manages just seven smiles a day – and at least one is probably false, according to a study.
Britain's next tot model: Seven-month-old Rowan Stone set for TV stardom after beating 2,300 other children to be crowned UK's cutest baby Adorable Rowan Stone from Solihull, West Midlands, set for TV stardom | UPDATED: 18:13 GMT, 29 December 2012 With his adorable smile, soft skin and gorgeous blue eyes, it is little wonder Rowan Stone wowed judges and beat 2,300 other children to be crowned Britain's Cutest Baby.
Meet Britain's longest-serving Santa! Pensioner Ron, 77, has been playing Father Christmas for 48 yearsRon Horniblew, from Luton, Bedfordshire, first started dressing as Santa in 1964 He has raised thousands of pounds for charity throughout his careerSanta Ron was once crowned World's Best SantaHe is to set up a Santa school to pass on his knowledge | UPDATED: 15:45 GMT, 23 December 2012 Dedicated to the Claus: Britain's longest serving Santa Ron Horniblew, has set up his own Santa school after 48 years of playing father Christmas The top toys on children's wish lists might change every Christmas, but each year there is one constant that brings joy to youngsters around the world – Santa Claus. And one Father Christmas has become something of an ever present just like the real thing.
The Mitchell grimace said: 'I am serious, not gloating' | UPDATED: 23:45 GMT, 19 December 2012 Mitchell had been subjected to a prolonged frenzy of the media and the political class after having a row with the police at the gates of Downing Street With a squeeze of the elbow here, a pat of the bottom there, a ‘so pleased for you, old boy, never doubted you for a minute’ and a wink and a crinkle-eyed smile: that was how former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell was greeted by Tory and Lib Dem MPs in the Commons Chamber yesterday. Just a few weeks ago (though it seems an age), Mr Mitchell left the Cabinet apparently a broken man.
'Au revoir' to bad manners: Mayor introduces law ordering people to say 'hello' and 'thank you' when they visit the town hallMayor Gerard Ple introduced the regulation requiring all visitors to the town hall in Lhraule, north of Paris, to be polite after a resident was rudeRule is aimed at 'the eternally dissatisfied, the rancorous and any other grumpy people' | UPDATED: 10:33 GMT, 3 December 2012 A town mayor became so fed up with residents' bad manners he has introduced new rules forcing them to be polite. Mayor Gerard Ple brought in regulations requiring all visitors to speak politely to staff at the town hall in Lhraule, situated a little north of Paris. And if anyone forgets their Ps and Qs or fails to say 'thank you' they will promptly be told to leave.
Seal of approval: Proud mother pats her calf as hundreds of grey seals descend on Norfolk beach to give birth | UPDATED: 20:07 GMT, 28 November 2012 Minutes after giving birth, a grey seal was seen giving her newborn pup a loving embrace as she fed it on a Norfolk beach.