Dating virtual worlds for kids
Miss Bousada's brother Ricardo said: 'The twins are doing brilliantly.They are very well.' He said the twins would be looked after 'in or close to the nucleus of the family'.Asked who would look after the children if she died she said: 'I have a nephew, I have their godfather who is very good with the children. The love that these children receive, very few children get that amount of love.That's the truth.' Quite what the future holds for her boys was unclear last night.She gave birth in Barcelona in December 2006, days before her 67th birthday.
As for Miss Bousada's cancer, it is understood that the former shop worker had been told that the drugs used during her fertility treatment may have hastened the advance of the disease.
Critics, including her own family, called the pensioner, who went through the menopause 18 years before her £20,000 treatment, 'selfish and irresponsible'.
After the birth she admitted lying about her age and predicted she would live to 101 as her mother had done.
It will now be the consumer who decides the future of the high street, but online shopping is becoming increasingly popular - according to the Office for National Statistics nearly £1 in every £10 is spent on goods bought online - and the virtual changing room is another tool set to ease the process.
Passers-by were given the chance to try on the Cartier Halo tiara Kate Middleton borrowed from the Queen, for the Royal Wedding as Garrard unveiled the first ever virtual accessory that moves with the wearer.'I have every reason to believe longevity runs in my family,' she said.