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Sam Faiers and her partner Paul Knightley have treated their two young children to a luxurious holiday to Turks and Caicos, and it looks incredible! The family are staying at the Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages and Spa, an all-inclusive resort that is home to one of the world's most beautiful beaches and the largest water theme park in the Caribbean, spanning 45,000 square feet. "We have made soo many memories this holiday," Sam captioned a sweet family photo on Sunday. "Best thing of all Paul is almost swimming by himself #proudmumma. Our hotel has been fantastic for the kids,
The south of France is the place to be this summer! Tess Daly and Vernon Kay are the latest stars to visit the area for a relaxing holiday, spending the half-term holiday in St Tropez with their daughters Phoebe and Amber. The Strictly Come Dancing presenter and her husband both shared photos from their getaway on social media, although they admitted it was actually hotter back home in the UK than it had been on their holiday. "Love it when you get back from holiday and it's even HOTTER at home," Tess captioned a series of photos, including one of
A steaming cup of tea or coffee can be a tasty pick-me-up on an early morning flight or long-haul journey, but you may never be able to drink that complimentary cuppa again once you learn the stomach-turning secret behind an in-flight brew. A flight attendant who works for a major American airline said that coffee is the one thing passengers should avoid while on a plane, telling Vice: "Don't drink the coffee on airplanes. It's the same potable water that goes through the bathroom system." Essentially, the water used for tea and coffee on board is the same used for
The royal family are no strangers to travel, with their official engagements taking senior royals to destinations including Australia, Canada and numerous European destinations in the last 12 months alone. And they have some strict rules to follow on their travels, which not only keep them safe but also help them to stay organised, a few of which we could take inspiration from ourselves! Use monogrammed colour coded luggage: With so much luggage in tow, it's no wonder the royals have had to develop a special system to ensure their cases all stay organised and nothing gets lost. Not only do