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Jools Oliver delighted fans on Wednesday when she shared a photo of a sweet apology note she had received from her six-year-old son Buddy. The letter, which Buddy had written out phonetically, reads: "Dear Mum, sorry for making you stressed. I hope you will forgive me. I can think of something to repay you. Love Buddy." Alongside the post, Jools wrote: "Jamie and I get a few of these notes on our pillow every so often. Although this one we struggled to remember what he had done!" Jamie and I get a few of these notes on our pillow every so
Nicki Minaj will launch her nude lipstick shades for MAC Cosmetics next month. Bosses at the make-up brand revealed the news via Instagram on Tuesday, teasing fans about "more surprises to come". In a gushing caption on the picture-sharing site attached to an image of the sexy diva posing seductively in nude-coloured clothing, the announcement reads: "@nickiminaj dominates fans' hearts and hip-hop charts with her bravado and razor-sharp rhymes. With her unstoppable seductive power, the queen is set to conquer the world. "Get cheeky and take charge in the queen's two suggestive Lipstick shades. This September, get nude with Nicki. Need
Children should be able to tie their shoelaces at eight, ride a bike at seven and be trusted to have their own front door key by 14, according to parents. A survey of 2,000 mums and dads found they have a very clear idea of when their children should have achieved, or be allowed to do, particular things. Parents also believe the kids should be allowed pocket money at nine, start putting their own clothes in the wash at eight and be old enough to have a Facebook account at 14. Youngsters are also considered mature enough to walk to
Kendall Jenner has her famous sisters to thank for her trademark bushy brows. The supermodel, and member of reality TV's first family, The Kardashian-Jenners, is a rising fashion star thanks to landing campaigns for Estee Lauder, as its brand ambassador, and walking in the Victoria's Secret catwalk show. With millions of followers on social media, the model is one of the faces of "the Instagirl era" of modelling, as christened by Vogue magazine. And in a new interview with Vogue.com, the 21-year-old shared the secrets of her beauty routine including the revelation that her signature power brows are in part
Amy Childs has hit back at 'mum police' after she was criticised for starting to wean her four-month-old daughter Polly. Earlier this week, the 27-year-old shared a photo with fans explaining that she was ready to start her little girl on baby rice, describing her as a "very hungry baby". And while she received plenty of support from her followers, some argued that Polly was too young to be starting on solids. But Amy remained undeterred, and followed it up with another post, showing weaning bowls, spoons and a bib at the ready. Weaning at the ready.... 💗 To all you
Princess Diana's make-up artist, Mary Greenwell, has revealed what it was like to work with the late Princess. Mary gave her top beauty tips used on Diana in a Youtube video on Lancôme's creative director, Lisa Eldridge's, channel. Mary said: "I was so privileged to do her make-up for a few years before her untimely death. She was an icon. Her make-up was very, very simple." Princess Diana was considered a beauty icon throughout her life Mary then recreated a classic look that she would have applied on Diana, adding that she would update it to keep with the modern times.
Harry Judd is soon to be a dad-of-two, and he simply can't wait! Taking to Instagram, the McFly drummer shared a sweet photo of wife Izzy looking down lovingly at her growing baby bump. The dimly lit picture, which was simply captioned: "We can't wait to meet you [love heart emoji]," went down a treat with fans, who were quick to guess the baby's gender. "Boy bump," one said, while another wrote: "I guess a boy." A third observed the size of the bump, writing: "Is she not having twins?" STORY: Harry and Izzy Judd's little girl Lola practices big