• Reese Witherspoon reveals son Tennessee is struggling to learn to spell his own name

    Reese Witherspoon has revealed her youngest son Tennessee is struggling to spell his own name. The Hollywood star, 41, took to her Instagram page on Tuesday to share her four-year-old boy's "preschool problem". In the caption, she wrote: "When your name is TENNESSEE, it's a bit tricky to learn how to spell it... #PreSchoolProblems." Reese and her husband Jim Toth welcomed their son in September 2012. The actress is also a mother to 17-year-old daughter Ava Elizabeth, and 13-year-old son Deacon, both from her relationship with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe. STORY: Reese Witherspoon gets real about parenting Last month, Reese opened up

  • The best Mother's Day Flower deals from M&S, Waitrose and more

    If you're still looking for the perfect gift to treat your mum this Mother's Day, you can't really go wrong with flowers. There are some amazing offers to be hand on beautiful bouquets both online and on the high street; we've rounded up the best deals from the likes of Marks & Spencer, Next and Waitrose… Marks and Spencer M&S is selling floral bouquets from £22, with free next day delivery on orders placed before 6pm. Take your pick from pretty pink roses, tulips, or our favourites – the Spring Brights gift bag, which features a mix of chrysanthemums, roses and

  • Lena Dunham responds to weight loss criticism

    Lena Dunham has opened up about receiving criticism after losing weight. Chatting to Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show, the Girls star revealed that she had lost the weight due to her struggles with endometriosis, but has been labelled a "hypocrite" by some people on social media. "Well it's just so crazy because I spent six years of my career being called things like 'bag of milk' on the internet, you know 'baby cow,' 'aging cow', Lena said. "I just never felt self-conscious about it. Anyone who's going to take the time to say something negative about my weight

  • Parents can now register for the government's new £2,000 Tax-Free Childcare Scheme: find out how

    Parents across the UK are now able to pre-register their interest in the government's new childcare offers that were announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in the 2017 Budget. This includes the new Tax-Free Childcare Scheme, which offers up to £2,000 towards childcare costs for each child up to the age of 12, along with the 30 hours free childcare scheme for working parents of three and four-year-olds in England that launches later this year. STORY: How the 2017 Budget will affect mums To register, parents are advised to complete the relevant form on the government's Childcare Choices website (childcarechoices.gov.uk), to find

  • Rebekah Vardy reveals postnatal depression as she breastfeeds on live TV

    Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah has opened up about her struggle with postnatal depression following the birth of her second child. The 34-year-old has two-year-old daughter Sofia and two-month old son Finley with Jamie, and son Taylor, six, and daughter Megan, 11, from a previous relationship. Appearing on Wednesday's Loose Women, the mum-of-four discussed the taboo over the subject of postnatal depression. "I think people in general after you've had kids they think you're a superwoman and there's never any issues," she said. Rebekah Vardy has opened up about her struggle with postnatal depression STORY: Rebekah Vardy shares new wedding photos on

  • Binky Felstead shows off baby bump in new bikini photo

    Binky Felstead has shared a gorgeous snap of her growing baby bump while wearing a bikini for her In the Style swimwear range. The mum-to-be captioned the photo: "In a glorious location shooting my @inthestyleuk swimwear range & loving this boho fringe bikini ... Coming soon," and fans were quick to praise the gorgeous Made in Chelsea star, who announced her pregnancy in HELLO! Magazine. "Why couldn't I have looked this good when I was pregnant," one wrote. Another added: "Like I'm crying she is pregnancy GOALS." READ: Binky Felstead to give birth in same hospital as Duchess Kate: 'There

  • Women who have higher waist to hip ratio 'increase cancer risk by 21%'

    Women who have a higher waist to hip ratio have an increased risk of womb cancer, according to a new study. Research published in the British Medical Journal found that for every 0.1 unit increase in the ratio between waist and hip, the risk of getting the disease increased by a staggering 21%. STORY: All you need to know about Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Experts from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), which part funded the study, said the results showed a strong correlation between carrying extra weight around the waist and cancer. Nearly 10,000 women are diagnosed with the disease,