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Cleaning tips in light of new research

Oct 28 2012

Last week Monica and I headed off to the amazing Ivy restaurant to find out more about cleaning our homes. Research from the lovely people at Zoflora has revealed some surprising things. Take a look and see what you think about these stats!

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Looking for a challenging way to get fit?

Sep 22 2012

Last week London Mums founder, Monica Costa, and I headed off to Hyde Park to see what British Military Fitness is all about… The next day I was aching so much I considered walking up stairs a serious challenge.


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What’s in a name?

Jun 19 2012

There are lots of things to prepare when you are expecting the arrival of a baby. The pram, bottles and blanket you have chosen will probably not have much of an effect on your child’s life in the long run. Their name, however, will more than likely be with them forever. Could the decision you make change your child’s prospects? And is it sensible other countries place stricter regulations on what you can name your child?

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Exclusive interview with the cast of ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’

May 25 2012

London Mums’ magazine editor Monica Costa and I were lucky enough to be invited to the UK press conference for What To Expect When You’re Expecting. And it was a line up to die for: Cameron Diaz (CD), Glee‘s Matthew Morrison (MM), the gorgeous Rodrigo Scatoro (RS), Gossip Girl‘s Chace Crawford (CC) and rising star Anna Kendrick (AK). Here’s what they had to say about the film and their experience of making it.

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What to expect if you go to see ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’

May 23 2012

I’m sure we’re all familiar with Heidi Murkoff’s 1985 pregnancy bible. It is probably the most famous guide to pregnancy in the English-speaking world. What To Expect When You’re Expecting, and others in the same series, have sold a staggering 35 million copies worldwide. With a phenomenon like this how long could Hollywood be expected to stay away? And sure enough, in line with the recent spate of films about pregnancy (Knocked Up, Juno, Away We Go), Heidi Murkoff’s best-seller has been given the Hollywood treatment.

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