Britax Römer B-AGILE double buggy Proving that two seats doesn't have to mean twice the expense, the Britax Römer is suitable from birth to four years, with lay-flat seat units, an option to use as a travel system and easy steering. While some side-by-side prams and pushchairs can be bulky, this will fit through a standard doorway and folds down for easy storage too. … [Read more...] about 9 best prams & double prams for your baby 2020: including brands loved by Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle & Zara Tindall
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SHOP NOW Taking to Instagram to share a photo of her latest look on Instagram, Michelle certainly received the seal of approval from her 9K followers. Captioning her mirror selfie: "Getting ready for another afternoon with the Loose Ladies @loosewomen @itv," the presenter received endless compliments from her adoring fans. "This dress is LUSH," wrote one. "Beautiful dress Michelle," added another. We can’t wait to see what she wears next on the show! … [Read more...] about Loose Women newcomer Michelle Ackerley wows in Stacey Solomon’s favourite brand
You don’t need to hold filmic purse strings to get a sense of what Saraf and Rodrigue are talking about. You merely need to watch his videos. Landis is tremendously active on an array of online platforms, but the most entertaining and enlightening one is his YouTube page, where he publishes clip after clip of himself being himself. Some of the pieces are elaborate, such as his much-watched short film Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling, in which he and some friends dramatize sections of the modern history of pro wrestling; but most of them are just lo-fi affairs in which he speaks directly to the camera about writing, life, and geek culture. They’re all compelling in one way or another, but the most essential of them is a nearly 43-minute-long epic entitled Death and Return of Superman Pitch by Max Landis, in which the viewer gets the full Max Landis Pitch Experience. It’s a rehashing of a proposal the unabashed hypergeek made to comic-book publisher DC Entertainment for … [Read more...] about Who’s Afraid of Max Landis?
When I arrived, there were about 10 to 15 people clustered in little groups around the fine pottery and photographs Michael had snapped of himself from places around the world. There were a few people from the book club, but most I didn’t know. As I made the rounds of small talk, I learned everyone else was as accomplished as Michael. So I did what one always does at a party where you’re kind of a schlub and everyone else is impressive: I ate stacks upon stacks of salami. By the time we gathered for a presentation, my brain was filled with at least two Riojas and my fingerprints laced with congealed brie. Meaning, I was amenable to most anything. … [Read more...] about I Was Recruited by Allison Mack’s Sex Cult
The first McDonald’s I went to, on West 3rd Street in Manhattan, didn’t even have the Travis Scott Meal, which was strange because the Travis Scott Meal doesn’t include anything that McDonald’s doesn’t already normally carry. I can’t say I was surprised, though; it’s one of those McDonald’s where the ice-cream machine has been busted since the ’80s. I asked the extremely nice woman working there if anyone else had asked for the Travis Scott Meal, and she told me there had been “a lot, like 20 today.” She advised me to download the McDonald’s app: There I could see which locations have it. … [Read more...] about What’s All the Hype About the ‘Travis Scott Meal’ at McDonald’s? Vulture Investigates.