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The mathematician appears in a campaign encouraging people to open up about their mental health (right).Edmonds (left) - who is suing the bank for £60million - criticised her for appearing in the campaign along with celebrities such as rapper Professor Green and Olympian Victoria Pendleton.There was a lot of buzz that she was dating Owen Wilson in March of 2012.

When the Duchess of Sussex signed a visitors' book in Ireland last week, she revealed a signature with a surprising flourish.Graphologists claim handwriting is a key to our personality, so what does Meghan's say?And what do other famous people's signatures reveal about them?Known as 'the indigenous man in the hole', the tribesman has been captured on video by Government officials in the Brazilian state of Rondonia.They first discovered he was there in 1996 and believe he was left to live alone after the five other members of his tribe were killed in an attack on his land by farmers the year before.The mother of hero British caver Vernon Unsworth, who helped save 12 Thai schoolboys trapped in a cave, said billionaire Elon Musk 'should be shot' for calling her son 'pedo guy' as she told of her anger GUY ADAMS: Apparently, the Victorian writer's 300-word celebration of hard work and bloody-minded determination - which has several times been voted Britain's favourite poem - is offensive to ethnic minorities. Kipling, (inset, top) who was born in Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1865, was, like the vast majority of his countrymen, an advocate of the British Empire.This, in the eyes of modern critics, is enough to render all of his work verboten.Critics pointed out that most flightpaths from Dublin pass over UK airspace - and the RAF is currently patrolling Irish airspace.Even allies in Brussels warned the Taoiseach against engaging in 'tit-for-tat' threats, pointing out the majority of lorries transporting goods from Ireland to the continent go via England. Theresa May will use a speech in Northern Ireland today to demand the EU drops 'unworkable' plans for the Irish border.He has only been captured on film once before in 1998, for a Brazilian documentary Corumbiara (bottom right).Now he has been filmed again half naked ferociously trying to fell a tree in his 8,070-hectare jungle garden, where he sleeps in a hut made of trees (pictured top right) and spends most of his time hunting forest pigs, birds and monkeys with a bow and arrow.