Italian Star Chef Aldo Zilli exclusive: “Too much sugar turns my children into little animals”

Apr 04 2015
Chef Aldo Zilli with Sanjeeta Bains.Copyright 2013 © Sam Bagnall

Celebrity chef Aldo Zilli is married to actress Nikki. They have two children; Rocco, nine and seven-year-old Twiggy.  Aldo Zilli talks to Sanjeeta Bains about London,  family life and of course food, glorious food!

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Mum and the City: Five minute chat with London Mum & TV presenter Angellica Bell

Mar 30 2015
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Angellica Bell is a familiar face on British television with lots of prime programmes under her belt: she is a regular reporter for ‘THE ONE SHOW’ (BBC1 7pm), the flagship daily topical show for the channel which regularly attracts viewing figures of 5 million. Her career started in 2000 at Children’s BBC and her progression from children’s TV presenter to adult factual and entertainment programming has been successful and seamless. Her intelligent and warm presenting style has given her BAFTA recognition when she was nominated for two consecutive years in the Best Children’s Presenter Award category. She also won the Best Presenter Award at the Screen Nation Awards. London Mums have talked to her about her likes and dislikes, her life as a London Mum as well as her interesting work. Enjoy!

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Travel: London Mums go to NEW YORK CITY (with & without kids)

Mar 28 2015
New York Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty Ferry trip

As mums we do not often do crazy things. But once in a while we should take a couple of days off parental duty and head to a place where we can switch off completely. Well, as crazy as it sounds, New York City is probably the coolest city for women to have fun with girlfriends (without partners or kids). As you may remember, I won a three-day trip to New York last December with Netflix Stream Team for my article on Netflix Original series Marco Polo and ended up on the red carpet covering the global premiere of Marco Polo in New York on 2nd December 2014.

As crazy as it seems, three days in New York are amazing although if you could spare a whole week it would be even better. I was no stranger to New York having visited the Big Apple back in 1989 but things change quickly in metropolis so what you see now might disappear or transform soon after.

Here are my recommended things to do in New York City with or without kids.

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