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Singer Fergie dedicates a toast to her family winery by drinking a glass of Ferguson Crest wine after every show. The pop star took on the post-concert tradition after she launched the alcoholic enterprise with her dad Pat in 2006. "I definitely love a glass of Ferguson Crest after the show, for sure!" she tells Billboard Style, referring to her family's wine brand. "It's a boutique wine, so it's not mainstream, but we're very proud of it. It's great wine." Fergie, a Southern California native, is proud to support the Ferguson Crest concoctions her father has designed over the
Prosecco fans will want to pay a visit to Aldi this weekend, as their highly-anticipated three litre bottles of fizz are available in stores now. The supermarket excited shoppers when it announced that it was launching a new jeroboam of prosecco ahead of the Christmas, and stock has been flying off the shelves since they became available in stores on Tuesday. Costing less than £40, it's no surprise the tipple has proved popular. The bottle is available for a limited time so you'll have to get yours while you can! The jeroboam is the equivalent size of four bottles or
Prince William has admitted that his cooking skills leave a lot to be desired, but there are two dishes that he likes to prepare at home – a roast chicken dinner and steak. The Duke opened up about his culinary skills during a visit to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for the launch of a new campaign with homelessness charity, LandAid, on Friday. The dad-of-two was judging a cooking challenge when he was asked by host Angellica Bell about his own culinary skills. And while he may not be the best chef, we're sure he occasionally treats Kate to