A white West Highland Terrier took the overall title of Best in Show at the world-renowned Crufts dog show 2016 on 13 March. Geordie Girl, also known as Devon, claimed the crown in the 125th year of the show, ahead of six other finalists. Owner Marie Burns scooped up and hugged her perfectly-groomed dog when the judge made his choice and said winning felt "unreal".

"To win Best in Show, I don't think you can find the words to describe it, it's just unreal, you know. I mean I think it's every dog show exhibitor's dream, to be standing here, and you just don't think it's ever going to happen to you, and I don't think it will sink it 'til I watch it on TV," said Burns, who hails from County Durham.

More than 22,000 dogs took part in the four-day Kennel Club competition at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.