Last modified on Mar 25, 2021 17:41 GMT Karen Silas We found Kate Middleton's heart-shaped Mother's Day plate at John Lewis. The Duchess served a cake decorated by Prince George, Princess Charlotte & Prince Louis on the £10 tableware. Collective “awwwwwws” were heard round the world at the weekend when Kensington Palace shared a collection of heart-warming images of Prince William and Kate Middleton ’s family Mother’s Day celebrations as they marked the day along with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. RELATED: Kate Middleton wears high street jumper for royal appearance Along with touching messages to ‘Granny Diana’ from the Cambridge kids , there was also a sweet picture of a decorated sponge cake made by the royal little ones served up on a gorgeously simple heart-shaped plate. A colourful cake decorated by the Cambridge kids was presented on a … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton’s heart-shaped Mother’s Day plate is on sale for £7.50 at John Lewis
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Last modified on Mar 31, 2021 14:35 BST Megan Bull We've found the most luxurious Easter eggs from John Lewis, Selfridges, Not on the High Street, Harrods and more. Treat yourself to a gourmet chocolate egg this Easter. Searching for something extra special this Easter ? Whether you're shopping for the ultimate chocolate egg or a one-of-a-kind gift to send to loved ones, we've found the most luxurious Easter eggs out there. From Fabergé designs to handpainted chocolate, pastel sugar flowers to interiors lined with sweet treats, we've found the dreamiest designs from Selfridges , Not on the High Street, John Lewis and more. RELATED: 27 best Easter eggs 2021: From Cadbury to Galaxy, Thorntons and Marks & Spencer Chocolate and Gold Easter Eggs with Cake Bites, £48.99, Not on the High Street SHOP NOW Combining a smooth cocoa body with sweet caramel notes, this Easter egg is the definition of … [Read more...] about 7 most luxurious Easter eggs: From John Lewis to Selfridges and Harrods
Last modified on Apr 26, 2021 17:25 BST Hollie Brotherton Where to find the best outdoor rugs to make the most of your garden, patio, decking or balcony this summer If there’s one thing lockdown taught us, it’s the importance of making the most of our space. Now summer is finally on its way, we can bring the indoors out and extend our homes with a whole new living area. Whether you have a spacious garden, a small patio or a balcony, an outdoor rug is a perfect addition to introduce some style. With sparkly lighting , cosy fire pits and lots of other luxe garden furniture and accessories available, there are so many options when it comes to creating your own outdoor haven. Ideal for relaxing with a book, or eating and drinking alfresco. RELATED: Easy ways to maximise space in your small garden Types of outdoor rugs & materials The best outdoor rugs look stylish while also being durable and long-wearing. It’s … [Read more...] about The best outdoor rugs for your garden 2021: From IKEA to MADE, John Lewis & more
Photo: FRQNCY The live-performance business has long been a powerful economic engine for many, many kinds of artists. This is as true for musicians in the streaming age as it is for comedians and, yes, podcasters . (Let’s set theater aside for this discussion. Different bag altogether.) The pandemic, of course, brought live performances to a halt, pushing the business to a cascade of Zoom calls and, to some extent, underground . I can’t speak for everyone, obviously, but my sense is that success in such efforts has mostly been modest at best, chiefly functioning as marginal stop-gap measures as opposed to true virtual adaptations. As the United States inches towards relative normalcy — though within a global context that remains tenuous — the live-performance business in the country appears to be gingerly preparing for the light at the end of the tunnel. Bands are announcing dates again. Some venues are starting to hold very small, socially distant performances. Music … [Read more...] about Are Podcasts Ready For Live Events Again?
Photo: Courtesy of Sundance The Sundance Film Festival is once again upon us. Actors are becoming feature directors (Rupert Everett, Paul Dano, Ethan Hawke, Idris Elba). Comedies are being conflated with dramas. And Ann Dowd and Andrea Riseborough are lacing up their snow boots to walk to a lot of press events. (They will appear in a combined seven movies at the Park City fest.) Some new careers will be jump-started, while other industry veterans will acquire a fresh patina of indie credibility, and every movie will be racing to catch Sorry to Bother You , which has the inside lane on all other competitors in the U.S. Dramatic category. But why is it the front-runner when all we have are a bunch of brief plot synopses and some cast lists? Because, “In a speculative and dystopian not-too-distant future, black telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success — which propels him into a macabre universe.” The movie, which was written and directed by Boots … [Read more...] about The 2018 Sundance Lineup Has Been Announced