David and Victoria Beckham selling off royal wedding outfits to raise money for victims of Manchester bomb attack

David and Victoria Beckham are selling off the outfits they wore to Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's wedding to raise money for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack..

The couple were among the guests when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex married last month and the stylish stars are offering up the clothes they wore on the big day via online fundraising platform Omaze to raise money for the families caught up in the terrorist attack at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester last year.

Victoria shared a photo of herself and her husband at the wedding on Instagram and wrote: "To support the incredible work of The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and the families affected by the Manchester attack last year, @davidbeckham and I have partnered with @omazeworld to give you the chance to own our wedding outfits. Please visit omaze.com/beckham for details. x VB (sic)"

Former Manchester United player David shared a similar message alongside a photo of himself holding a placard which read: "Own our wedding outfits and support a great cause."

David, 43, wore a charcoal grey Dior Homme morning suit with his initials sewn inside, which was teamed with a light grey double-breasted waistcoat, Egyptian cotton poplin shirt, grey silk satin tie and black calfskin leather derbies shoes, while his 44-year-old spouse donned a navy midi dress with split sleeves from her own upcoming Pre-Spring/Summer 2019 collection to the wedding.

The Spice Girls singer - who has children Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 15, Cruz, 13, and six-year-old Harper with David - recently admitted she felt relieved to have far more choice in what she wore than when she attended the wedding of Harry's brother Prince William to Duchess Catherine in 2011, as she was heavily pregnant with Harper at that time.

She admitted: "Quite honestly, it was such a relief not to be hugely pregnant at this royal wedding that it was a joy to be able to choose anything I wanted to wear."

The dress wasn't due to hit shops until November, but after a wave of positive comments, its release is now being brought forward to July.

Victoria said: "I love a bit of navy. The dress is one of my favourites: it isn't in store until November, but we've had so many inquiries about it that I'm seeing whether I can bring it forward."

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David and Victoria Beckham arrive at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Source: Bang Showbiz

Most read: Doctor who caused baby to be decapitated during birth cleared of misconduct

This story was first published on Wednesday June 6

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A doctor in Scotland who caused a baby to be decapitated during birth has been cleared of serious misconduct and can return to work.

Dr Vaishnavy Vilvanathan Laxman wrongly proceeded with a regular delivery with a 30-year-old first-time mother who was 25 weeks pregnant at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee in March 2014, The Independent reports.

The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service panel said "the only appropriate course" was a Caesarean section as the baby - known as baby B - was in the breech position, with a prolapsed cord and low heart rate, and the mother's cervix was less than four centimetres dilated.

The baby's head became trapped during the birth and various techniques were tried to free it, but during this his "head became detached from his body," the panel said.

By this time he was already dead, the panel said.

The tribunal on Tuesday cleared Dr Laxman of serious misconduct and said her fitness to practise was not impaired, The Independent said in its online report from the Press Association.

It ruled the decision to proceed with a natural birth was "negligent and fell below the standards ordinarily to be expected" but did not amount to serious misconduct.

"The tribunal was satisfied that throughout the attempted delivery of baby B, Dr Vilvanathan Laxman believed that she was acting in both patient A's and baby B's best interests, and that she genuinely believed that proceeding with a vaginal delivery was the optimum course to take in the circumstances which existed at the time," the tribunal said.

"The tribunal is satisfied that Dr Vilvanathan Laxman has expressed genuine and appropriate remorse for what happened, and she candidly accepted responsibility as the consultant in charge in theatre that day," it added.

The tribunal said it was satisfied that Dr Vilvanathan Laxman does not currently present a risk to patients and her wrong decision related to an isolated, single incident in an otherwise unblemished career.


Watch: Anika Moa tries out some impersonations on British comedian Catherine Tate

If you've heard the catchphrase, "Am I bothered? Does my face look bothered?" you'll probably know the work of award winning comedian Catherine Tate.

The British comedian's just popped over to New Zealand to announce her first live stage-show down under.

TVNZ1's Seven Sharp sent self-confessed Tate fan-girl Anika Moa along to find out more.

Find out if Moa's impressions of Tate's characters impressed the comedian in the video above.

Tate is touring New Zealand for the first time. Source: Seven Sharp