Lidl’s bestselling kids’ bouncy castle is back in stock for summer – and it’s only £35

As the summer weather continues families will be looking for new ways to keep kids entertained in the garden. Lidl has come to the rescue by bringing back its bargain bouncy castle that sold out within hours when it was launched last year. The budget castle is back in stock in the Middle of Lidl aisle – but it’s likely to sell fast. 


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This year’s bouncy castle is available in two fun designs – one multicoloured, and one in a pink fairy design. 

Both are priced at just £34.99, which is £5 more expensive than last year’s design. 

The castle also features a hoopla game and basketball hoop with a ball so kids can have fun both inside and out. 

It includes safety devices too, with eight pegs to anchor it down as well as repair patches for any punctures. 

The inflatables have a weight limit of 50kg and is recommended for children over the age of three. 

The children’s bouncy castle is part of a new range from the budget supermarket designed to turn gardens into a play area. 

Launching in Lidl stores today, the new outdoor toys include a Play Tent with Tunnel for just £12.99, as well as a £9.99 kite and a £4.99 basketball. 

There’s also a Deimos Climbing Dome which is just £69.99, reduced from the RRP of £199.99. 

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The geometric dome gives kids the chance to practise their climbing skills on the powder coated steel frame. 

However, shoppers will have to be quick to get their hands on the kids’ toys as the hot weather and continuing lockdown means they’re likely to sell out fast as people look for new, budget-friendly ways for children to play this summer. 

The range also includes plenty of more traditional toys to keep young ones busy this summer. 

There’s a Foam Golf Set and Foam Marble Run, as well as a Glider Plane for just £7.99 that will delight budding pilots. 


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This is the full list of toys in the range, available in stores now: 

Reflex Football or Swingball Lite, £17.99

Performance Kite, £9.99  (RRP £24.99)

All Stars Basketball Hoop, £39.99

Size 7 Basketball, £4.99

Badminton Set, £9.99

Hopscotch Jump & Fit Playmat, £17.99 (RRP £25.99)

Glider Plane, £7.99

Foam Golf Set or Foam Marble Run, £14.99

Wooden Outdoor Games, £9.99

Deimos Climbing Dome, £69.99 (RRP £199.99)

Bouncy Castle, £34.99

Play Tent with Tunnel, £12.99

Kids’ Play & Picnic Table, £29.99

The new collection is part of Lidl’s weekly deals for its Middle of Lidl aisle, similar to fellow budget supermarket Aldi’s Specialbuys. 

The new launches offer cheap products across different categories from home and garden to beauty and DIY. 

This week’s range also includes indoor and outdoor plants, plus other kids toys for when they’re playing indoors. 

However, those looking to make home improvements during lockdown will want to head to stores on Sunday when the DIY range launches, including £2.99 paint rollers and a shelving unit that’s perfect for keeping hold of tools and paints. 


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Tottenham eye cheap transfer for Taylor Booth, 18, from Bayern Munich with midfielder having just two-years left on deal – The Sun

TOTTENHAM have reportedly offered Bayern Munich starlet Taylor Booth a contract with the club said to be desperate to bring him to North London.

The 18-year-old midfielder – who joined the German side's academy in January 2019 – is regarded a future star for club and country with Spurs looking to snap him up.

Booth – who has represented the USA national team at U-16 level to the U-19s – is tied down at the Allianz Arena until 2022, but that hasn't stopped Jose Mourinho's side from looking to land him.

According to Football Insider, Spurs have tabled an offer for the talented American as they vie to bring him to the Premier League with the Special One recently confirming the club have limited funds to spend.

They state that Spurs are offering him a lucrative deal as they try and persuade Booth to leave Bavaria.

Tottenham scouts are said to have been left impressed by his performances this season, especially his display against the club during their Uefa Youth League meeting in December.

And it has been claimed that Booth could be tempted to leave Bayern as he is concerned about his pathway to first team football.

He has featured 16 times for Munich's U-19s this campaign, where he has chipped in with five assists – with two of those coming against Spurs.

Booth's mother has spoken of her shock that her son has already achieved so much after he was born with Torticollis – a condition that causes the neck to twist, causing head tilt and resulting in insufficient blood flow to the neck muscles.

She said: "It was really bad. He went to physical therapy as an infant and he screamed constantly. Sometimes the condition will cure itself, but he had it so bad that he had to do therapy.

"This kid had to have therapy for the first five months of his life, around the clock, and he was a crybaby who didn't like getting his neck stretched.

"And now he's gone from needing physical therapy as a baby to being on the US National Team – and he thinks it's normal. What he doesn't realise is that there was a time when we just thought, 'I hope his lungs work and his brain works.'"

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Marks and Spencer updates delivery service with new £25 food box – full list of contents

Marks and Spencer, or M&S, has launched a new food box to help Britons during the coronavirus lockdown. With some struggling to do their weekly shop, they can order a food and vegetable box for just £25. What is inside?


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During the coronavirus lockdown, supermarkets have updated rules that customers need to follow.

Social distancing measures have led to long queues outside supermarkets and shopping has become a struggle for some elderly and vulnerable people.

To help, supermarkets including Marks and Spencer have launched various food boxes that can be ordered online.

Britons can enjoy the luxury of M&S food which is delivered safely straight to their home.

The food boxes have been made to cover different dietary requirements and range from £15 to £45.

The boxes on offer include the M&S Meat Box, £45, the Mixed Vegetable Box, £15, and the Mixed Seasonal Fruit Box, £20.

Shoppers can also treat themselves with the Indian Takeaway Big Night In Box or have a break from cooking with the Classic Meal Box.

The chain has now launched a new box which is full of essential fruit and vegetables products for customers.

The M&S website states: “A perfect mix of fresh fruit, veg and salad delivered at its best.

“Containing 15 tasty variations this box has plenty of M&S favourites to make your favourite dishes or experiment with new ones.

“Contents may vary slightly depending on the time of year, ensuring your selection is always at its very best.”

The box contains a mix of fresh fruit and vegetables and can be purchased for £25.


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Full list of contents

Maris Piper 1.5kg

Sugarsnaps 300g

Carrots 1kg

Brown Onions 1kg

Chestnut Mushrooms 300g

Boston Beans 350g

Santini Tomatoes 340g

Twin Pack Peppers

Whole Cucumber

RTE Twin Pack Avocado

Whole Iceberg Lettuce

Loose Bananas x 5

Jazz Apples x 6

Red Grapes 450g

Easy Peeler Family 600g

While the contents may vary depending on stock, boxes will contain similar items.

Like other food boxes, it can be ordered for delivery on the Marks and Spencer website.

Orders made before 4pm will qualify for next day or nominated delivery, excluding Sundays.

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Donald Trump MOCKS Joe Biden for wearing mask after former VP was seen in public for first time in months – The Sun

PRESIDENT Trump mocked rival Joe Biden for wearing a coronavirus mask after the former vice president was seen in public for the first time in months.

Trump retweeted a photo posted by Fox News commentator Brit Hume on Monday.

"This might help explain why Trump doesn’t like to wear a mask in public. Biden today," Hume wrote.

Trump retweeted the comment just hours after he attended Memorial Day services – without a mask.

Biden, wearing a dark mask and sunglasses, made his first public appearance in the two months since the pandemic closed down the nation.

He emerged unannounced from his Delaware home to lay a wreath at a nearby park, with no crowd gathered to greet him.

His words were muffled through the black cloth face mask.

“Never forget the sacrifices that these men and women made,” he said after.

“Never, ever forget.”

Meanwhile Trump traveled to Arlington National Cemetery and then spoke at Fort McHenry in Baltimore.

“Together we will vanquish the virus and America will rise from this crisis to new and even greater heights," he said in Baltimore.

"No obstacle, no challenge and no threat is a match for the sheer determination of the American people.”

Trump praised the tens of thousands of service members and National Guard personnel “on the front lines of our war against this terrible virus.”

The US leads the world with 1.6 million confirmed coronavirus cases and more than 98,000 deaths.

Baltimore Mayor Bernard Jack Young objected to Trump’s visit, saying it sends the wrong message about stay-at-home directives and the city could not afford the added cost of hosting him when it is losing $20 million a month.

He cited the disproportionate effect the virus has had on his city and called on Trump to “set a positive example" during the holiday weekend.

“The brave men and women who have preserved our freedoms for generations did not stay home and the president will not either as he honors their sacrifice by visiting such a historic landmark in our nation’s history,” said White House spokesman Judd Deere on Sunday.

Flags flew at half-staff at the White House and all over the country to honor those who had died from coronavirus.





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Kate Middleton accused of ‘whining’ about lockdown: ‘She needs to step up to the plate’

Kate Middleton, despite her numerous video calls and a public photography campaign, Hold Still, to highlight how people are coping amid the coronavirus lockdown, has been accused of “whining”. Writer Bernadette Giacomazzo, who has penned a number of op eds about the British Royal Family, accused the media of “portraying her as a delicate, put-upon flower”.


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In an article for CCN, she claims the Duchess’s comments on struggling through coronavirus amount to “whining.”

Ms Giacomazzo wrote: “In a recent interview, the Duchess said that assuming more responsibilities in the wake of COVID-19 was ‘so difficult.’

“Presumably, she meant to show that she was ‘just like us.’

“But it certainly didn’t come off that way.”

She compared Kate Middleton to Her Majesty, writing: “(Kate) needs to step up to the plate and be as tough and assertive as her mother-in-law is if she expects to rule the United Kingdom.”

However, many have seen Kate’s open approach to discussing life in lockdown to be inspiring and soothing.

Commenting on Kate and William’s recent appearance, via video link, at a care home bingo game, one said: “Just look at them, so natural, so caring and lovely.

“I’m so proud of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you for making everyone smile.”

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Another said: “This is so amazing to see William and Kate still video calling to show their love and support. Amazing work.”

“I just love these two… gorgeously genuine people,” another wrote.

Another royal expert and writer claimed “Britain is falling in love” with the “natural element” of Kate Middleton amid coronavirus.

Aubrey Hanson wrote: “We rarely know what someone is genuinely capable of until adversity strikes.


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“During the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdown, we’ve seen Kate Middleton step to the fore like never before.”

The expert went on: “She’s always been fantastic, but the way she’s rallied during Britain’s time of need has been something else.

“The natural, human element of Kate Middleton has been there for all to see.”

It has been revealed that Kate Middleton wears three rings from her wedding to Prince William. 

Fans of the Duchess will have noticed she began wearing a third ring just a couple of years later.

It is thought this is an eternity ring gifted by Prince William when their first child, Prince George, six, was born.

They said: “The third ring she wears is an eternity ring. Eternity rings are often used to mark special milestones in a relationship – in this case, it was a gift from her husband to mark the birth of their first child, Prince George.

“Made from 18ct white gold, it features 0.23ct of white diamonds. Kate’s eternity band comes from London-based designer Annoushka, and is valued at £1,200.”

How did Kate Middleton become a royal?

Early life

Kate Middleton, or Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was born on 9 January 1982 at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, England.

She was born to Michael and Carole Middleton, a former flight dispatcher and air hostess. The couple founded a party supplies company, Party Pieces, in 1987 – now estimated to be worth £30 million.

Kate has a younger sister Pippa Matthews, 34, and a younger brother James Middleton, 31.


Kate and her family moved to Amman, Jordan, in 1984, where the future Duchess was educated at an English-speaking nursery school.

After moving back to Berkshire the family sent Kate to private school, St Andrews School. She went on to briefly study at Downe House before moving onto Marlborough College where she boarded.

For university the young Kate attended the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. Here she was awarded an undergraduate MA (2:1 Hons) in history of art.

Relationship with Prince William

Kate met Prince William when they were both studying at St Andrews, and both living in St Salvator’s Hall. Famously, William reportedly took a fancy to Kate after she wore a see-through dress during a fashion show.

In 2003 the couple began dating and lived together during their second year of university.

The couple split in April 2007, however, in October they were back together.


Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton with his late mother Princess Diana’s engagement ring in October 2010. The couple were holidaying in Kenya at the time.

On 29 April 2011 they married at Westminster Abbey with a whopping 26 million watching the event live.

Kate wore an Alexander McQueen dress worth a reported £250,000 on the big day.

Kate assumed the title “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge” and also became the Duchess of Cambridge on the day.

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GOP Senators mock House Dems for not coming to work amid coronavirus fears

Senate Republicans are ridiculing House Democrats for their refusal to return to work on Capitol Hill over COVID-19 concerns.

“I hope hand lotion doesn’t cause cancer, because we’ve been using a lot of it,” Sen. John Kennedy (R-Louisiana) joked to Politico about the copious amounts of hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes stationed throughout the Senate chamber and committee rooms.

“The Democratic House of Representatives has essentially put itself on paid leave for months,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on the Senate floor Thursday. “At this point, I’m wondering if we should send senators over there to collect their newspaper and water the plants.”

Since the Senate resumed in-person sessions three weeks ago, only one staffer has tested positive for COVID-19 — even though the nation’s capital remains one of its worst coronavirus hot spots, Dr. Deborah Birx of the Coronavirus Task Force said Friday.

“To the degree that no one’s gotten ill, we’re safely opening,” Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana) said. “We cannot stay locked down for 18 months.”

The House last week authorized proxy voting for the first time in its history, allowing almost all of its members to stay home as the pandemic continues — despite Republican objections that the move is unconstitutional.

The Senate has plowed ahead on confirmations in the House’s absence. In the past three days the Republican majority awarded top administration positions to two Trump allies and confirmed three nominees to district court judgeships — for a total of 196 new judges since Trump took office.

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Insider Reports Reveal Plans For Reinventing Wolverine in the MCU

Ever since the Fox/Disney merger placed mutantkind in Kevin Feige’s hands, fans have been anxious to see how the X-Men will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of the mutants who offer up the most hype, Wolverine is at the top of the list. However, because Wolverine played such a significant role in the Fox franchise, his MCU illustration requires finesse.

Disney must avoid replicating Fox’s original arc and characterization. If Marvel Studios relies too heavily on the already-introduced narrative, the story will feel mimetic. However, stray too far from the character fans know and love, and Weapon X will feel non-canonical — like a new character boasting the same name for arousal purposes. 

Recent reports from Mikey Sutton of Geekosity: All Things Pop Culture reveal how Marvel Studios plans to address this debacle. With scripts still unwritten, the information remains largely ideational, so details can change before the character comes to the silver screen once more. However, let’s dive into the information available. 

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Weapon X is tortured before joining the X-Men. He is experimented upon like a lab rat — treated like a beast and relegated to an inhuman and amoral extent — a facet the MCU plans to drive home a bit more, according to Sutton. Let’s just say Wolverine’s tendency for self-preservation and his issues with trust will surface in a physically confrontational way. Sutton noted: 

The primary goal is to make the characters fresh again after decades of usage from Fox; however, at the same time Marvel Studios believes in honoring their comics roots. So, yes, Wolverine will have his Weapon X history intact. But he is not a team player, and he will not join the X-Men in the first movie as currently being discussed. However, that won’t stop Professor X from trying, as he busts Logan out of Department K and launches an assault against Omega Flight, including Diamond Lil and Wild Child. Unfortunately, the newly liberated Weapon X isn’t the grateful sort; fearful and suspicious of his rescuers, he attacks Professor X, Storm, Cyclops, and Havoc.

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When Fox first created Wolverine, he quickly became a team player…just a resilient one at that. This time around, his story may be a bit more in line with the character’s comic book trajectory; the fact that a bunch of scientists turned him into a beast — a “feral creature” as Sutton describes — who acts quickly and hurts without thinking will not be forgotten or dismissed. Or, simply utilized only when necessary as a plot point. 

Rather, such qualities will be typifying, and his character will grow to become a Wolverine more recognizable from previous iterations with time. Wolverine is not simply a man with quick-tongued, a knack for putting himself first, and a tendency to smoke cigars. He begins as a broken and defeated mutant who is turned into a beast — whose ability for judgment and high-level thinking has been damaged. Fans will receive a source-accurate Wolverine, just not the one Fox presented. 

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Lesley Manville Understands Young Actors’ Fears About Careers Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Talking about the impact the coronavirus crisis has on the performing industry, the ‘Phantom Thread’ star actress points out that the majority of actors are not wealthy stars.

AceShowbizLesley Manville fears young actors out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have their lives and careers ruined.

The 2018 Oscar nominee is one of a number of top U.K. thespians, including Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi, who have recorded short monologue films to help U.K. acting union Equity’s Benevolent Fund, which is assisting hard up performers during the crisis.

Speaking to the BBC, the “Phantom Thread” star says she fears for actors who aren’t yet established stars – as they’re unlikely to be well off enough to ride out months without work.

“I really feel for young actors at the moment, who are just getting going,” Manville says. “They’re now stuck in this real kind of critical situation that we can’t see at the moment quite how we are going to get out of.”

“You know, will theatres survive even? And when are we ever going to be in front of a camera again? It’s just very scary. They’ve devoted their time to studying and becoming actors, and then suddenly they can’t do what they’re trained to do.”

Pointing out that the majority of actors are not wealthy stars, she adds, “I’m not denying that there are some very well-paid actors around without question, who are not going to be knocking on the door of the Equity Benevolent Fund at all.”

“But that is not the case of the majority. This is about them just needing support at a time when hopefully we’re going to get through and there will be an industry when we come out the other side.”

Manville’s performance of “The Girl with No Name” by “Coronation Street” screenwriter Susan Oudot for Equity’s monologues is available to watch here:

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Zara Tindall body language shows ‘dominant but protective’ relationship with Charles

Zara Tindall is the daughter of Princess Anne, 69, and granddaughter of the Queen. As she is not a working member of the Royal Family, Zara keeps a low profile compared to others in her family. When she does step out at events, a body language expert explained how she shows she has formed a particularly close relationship with Prince Charles, 71.


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Prince Charles is the uncle of Zara and he is first in line to the British throne.

With such an important role in the Royal Family, the Prince will often remain formal.

Zara, on the other hand, appears happy to be very hands-on in public, body language expert Judi James suggested.

She told “The body language dynamic between Zara and her uncle Charles has been giving joy for many years.

“If you were to place all the royals on some sliding scale of PDA’s and tactile behaviour in public you’d see Charles close to one end as a rather hands-off, stuffy-looking kind of a guy.

“Zara would sit firmly at the other end as the most spontaneous and gloriously-gregarious-looking royal adult.

“Put the two together and you might expect Zara to tone her playfully affectionate rituals down with her uncle.

“Instead she seems intent on cutting through any formal stuff by instigating some very dominant-looking hugs that seem to both surprise and delight the Prince.”

Despite their differences, Zara is happy to show off her affectionate side with her uncle.

The two royals seem to have a very close bond when they both attend royal events.

Zara is happy to give her uncle affection and shows signs of being dominant and protective over the future King, Judi claimed while analysing pictures of the pair.

“Zara’s trick with Charles seems to be the neck embrace, which is both dominant, emphatic and escape-proof when she meets him,” the expert explained.


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“Here she keeps some torso distance but places a rather protective arm around his upper shoulders with her fingers touching his neck.

“Her more confident pose involves some leg-splay plus a hand in a fist-shape on her own waist and the elbow stuck out.

“Charles’ pose is more passive, with his hands clasped behind his back, but their eye-to-eye contact and head closeness signals an easy-going and playful relationship.”

Their body language would suggest Prince Charles may not be as naturally tactile as Zara.

The Queen’s son seems to stay somewhat reserved when with Zara.

Despite this, Prince Charles has let Zara be very hands-on with him, showing their close relationship.

Judi continued: “Zara uses a height differential to lean in for a very comprehensive hug for her uncle.

“The neck hug is her signature ritual again and although Charles leans back very slightly, suggesting a more reserved response.

“His eyes are wrinkled in an eye-smile of delight as he uses eye contact while his mouth is open in an affectionate smile.”

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Puzzle challenges you you to find 18 brands in this image

Mind your business! Tricky puzzle challenges you to find 18 famous brands in the image – but most can only spot 11

  • Tricky puzzle challenges players to spot the names of 18 businesses 
  • The brands are presented as clever visual clues – and some are easier than others
  • Most players can only identify 11 so you will have to work hard to score full marks 

A brainteaser challenges players to spot the names of 18 brands in the mind-muddling image below.  

The say-what-you-see puzzle, created by British online training provider High Speed Training, shows a graphic packed with businesses, all of which were started from home. 

Most people have only been able to spot 11 so-called ‘home-preneur’ businesses – so can you beat the record? 

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This say-what-you-see puzzle is packed with the names of 18 differences but most people can only identify 11. How well will you fare? 

The names of the businesses are all concealed as clever visual clues – and some are easier to decipher than others. 

Players will need lateral thinking in order to guess them all, so spend time over them before you guess. 

For those struggling to name all 18, you can find the answers circled in the graphic above (pictured) 

How many brands did you identify? 

1) Tangle Teezer

2)Card Factory

3)Cambridge Satchel Company


5)Under Armour 

6) I Saw it First 

7) Levi Roots Reggae Reggae Sauce



10) Apple

11) Mattel 

12) Dell 

13) Innocent Drinks

14) Cards against humanity

15) Airbnb

16) Yankee Candles

17) Patak

18) Deliveroo 

Another challenging new seek-and-find puzzle is tasking players with finding the tiny bee among the meadow of flowers. 

The baffling brainteaser shows three different coloured flowers with one small bee hiding somewhere in the picture and was created by ethical online florist Arena Flowers. 

But while many will struggle to solve the difficult brainteaser, could you be the one to set a new record?  

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Arena Flowers has created a floral themed brainteaser which tasks puzzlers to find the bee amongst the flowers 

The challenging graphic was graphic to mark World Bee Day, which will be celebrated on May 20. 

Take a very close look at this field of flowers and try and figure out just where the small bee is hiding.  

Finding it tough? Try looking at the middle of each flower to see if anything is blending into the background. 

If you still haven’t managed to find the bee, try taking a closer look  to the bottom left hand corner of the graphic. 

The bee is hiding blended into the middle of one of the flowers on the bottom left hand side of the image 

Another taxing puzzle challenges players to find the only dog with a diamond ring on its collar. 

The brainteaser, created by British jewellery manufacturer Purely Diamonds, shows dozens of dogs jumping, running and digging in delight. 

But just one of the pups has a precious jewel hanging from a loop on its collar. Can you work out which one it is? 

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 Purely Diamonds has put together a new doggy themed brainteaser that features a hidden engagement ring hanging from one of the pup’s collars 

It comes after research revealed 1 in 10 pet owners now give their precious dogs or cats a central role in their wedding day – with some even trusted to carry the wedding rings down the aisle. 

Take a close look and see if you can find the only dog trusted with the responsibility in this busy scene.

If you’re struggling to solve the brainteaser, try looking at the middle of each collar for one which is slightly longer.

Still not having any luck? The dog is to the right of the centre of the image. 

The dog wearing a diamond ring on his collar (circled)  is located in the middle right of the picture 

Even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers would have struggled to spot the dog wearing the ring

Another new brainteaser challenges players to spot the crayon hidden among a floral wallpaper design.

The baffling puzzle, created by British company Plumbs, is designed to stump even those who frequently play games.  

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A new brainteaser created by Plumbs challenges the internet to spot the crayon hidden in a floral wallpaper 

The tricky quiz can perplex even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers.

If you’re struggling to solve the puzzle, try looking at the branches of each flower for one that looks slightly different. 

And seeing as there’s no record for the quickest puzzler currently set, that means you could be the one to get the fastest time.

A green crayon is hidden among the branches of a flower towards the top right of the image

Another new brainteaser has challenged the nation to see how well they really know the Nineties. 

Reflect Digital has created a say-what-you see graphic in which people are tasked with naming 50 cultural references from the 90s based on visual clues. 

So do you think you know everything about the era? Well, then there’s really no excuse not to get full marks.

But be warned – the current record stands at 12 minutes, so you’d better get your thinking cap on!

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A new say-what-you-see brainteaser (pictured), created by Reflect Digital, challenges people to name the 50 popular things associated with the Nineties

Becky Simms, CEO at Reflect Digital, commented: ‘Our latest game was inspired by a lockdown induced clearout of one of our creative team’s lofts.

‘In the loft, they found a box of Nineties memorabilia and it started their creative mind whirring that wouldn’t it be great to test the nation’s knowledge of the Nineties, an era that many hold so dear.

‘So that was it, challenge set, we wanted to create the hardest Nineties quiz out there, to help entertain the UK whilst staying indoors for the good of the country.’

If you’ve reached your max, then the answers are as follows: East 17, Blur, The Queen’s Nose, Paper Boy, Dream Phone, Walkman, Half Life, SouthPark, Oasis, Friends, Doomy, Steps, Gladiators, Cow & Chicken, Furby, Power Rangers, Spice Girls, Space Jam, Myst, Captain Plant, Mighty Max, Sister Sister, Pulp, Art Attack, Big Breakfast. 

And the most eagle-eyed would also have spotted: The Lion King, Gamesmaster, Salt-N-Pepa, Saved by the Bell, Clueless, Teletubbies, Green Claws, Beanie Baby.

Sooty, Woof, Goldeneye, Lemmings, Rugrats, Funhouse, Goosebumps, Bernard’s Watch, Polly Pocket, Snake, Wolves, Witches and Giants, Dinosaurs, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Worms, Gameboy, Doug and The Demon Headmaster. 

For those struggling to name all 50, you can find the answers labelled in the graphic above (pictured)

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