Speaking to FEMAIL, the 64-year-old, who is an ambassador for the youth homeless charity Centrepoint, of which Prince William is a patron, revealed: "[William's] amazing - I'm waiting for the call because apparently his little boy's favourite is spaghetti carbonara, so I'm waiting for the call to go and cook it for him." … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton’s son Prince George’s favourite meal revealed – and it’s not what you’d expect
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"After a year unlike any other, we want to give our customers a treat by taking the stress out of cooking at home, which is why we've partnered with Neil Rankin and Deliveroo to create Christmas on a Plate. Our research has shown that people will be celebrating in many different ways this year, but one thing is for certain – the nation is still gearing up to enjoy an amazing Christmas dinner and that's where we're best placed to help, with beautiful food at great value. … [Read more...] about Aldi’s genius £5 roast dinners come direct to your door with Deliveroo
Willcocks is a stone's throw away from Kensington Palace and describes itself as "a traditional nursery school which strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners" on its official website. The school's motto is: "To be happy: to play, to learn, to share, to care and to be ourselves." … [Read more...] about Will Prince Louis follow in Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s footsteps and start nursery in January?
If you piled up all the world’s wintery literature and set it on fire, the resulting pyre might rival the sun in its heat-producing capacity. There’s Tove Jansson, whose novel The True Deceiver demonstrates how coziness can be a yarn’s width away from claustrophobia. There’s Ethan Frome, in which winter offers an explanation for all the title character’s miseries. There’s probably Karl Ove Knausgård, whom I’ve never read despite a friend’s tantalizing summary of his opus as “Thousands of pages about a guy eating fish and hating his family.” There’s Moby-Dick, which contains a powerful endorsement for keeping your bedroom freezing at night: Ishmael, snugly embedded in a frigid room, imagines himself “one warm spark in the heart of an arctic crystal.” But the densest concentration of wintery verbiage comes — not surprisingly — from a Russian, in the 16 lines of Fyodor Tyutchev’s Dusk. … [Read more...] about Is It Possible to Enjoy This Winter?