You might recognise Natalie Joel from Channel 4's award-winning reality TV show, Made in Chelsea.
She walked into the show, which follows the lives of south-west London's trendy folk in their twenties, as the 5ft 2ins girlfriend of the much taller show favourite Hugo Taylor, who towers above her at 6ft 3ins.
Israeli entrepreneurs specialising in medical technology have met representatives of the NHS and top British healthcare companies.
The seven entrepreneurs presented the UK groups – including including NHS England and NHS Innovation Accelerator - with innovative products which they said would reduce healthcare costs and could improve the treatment of patients.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has declared it is a “golden era” for trade between the UK and Israel.
Speaking at the British Israeli Business Awards on Monday night, he told the 250-strong audience: “The past few years have been a golden era - what really excites me are the possibilities for the years that lie ahead.”
Leading clothes retailer Boden has denied any association between the design of one of its T-shirts and the flag of the British Union of Fascists.
Customer Jill Terezanski, who is Jewish, complained to the company that a striped red and white boy’s T-shirt featuring a blue lightning bolt bore a resemblance to the logo of the far-right group founded by Oswald Mosley in 1932.