Our line-up for this week includes the perfect shirt dress, a vegan date night and a sleep over at the Natural History Museum.
Happy week all x
This from Zara. You can decide on how much leg your reveal and can even use it for breastfeeding. Perfect.
We are LOVING Alexandra Dudley’s amazing cookbook Land & Sea. A great one for summer.
The Split (find it on BBC Iplayer). According to my husband, a barrister, it is completely unrealistic but I’m hooked.
@mum_hood is a health and wellness programme for mums in London from the founders of trendy gyms Frame.
Dinosnores at the Natural History Museum … see what really happens in the museum once the doors have closed and the lights are out.
Explore the corridors as night descends, join a torch-lit trail in the Dinosaurs gallery, watch an amazing live show by our scientists and snuggle down at midnight among some of nature’s greatest characters.
Book now to be among the first to camp underneath the magnificent blue whale skeleton in the newly redeveloped Hintze Hall. The next morning, there’s just time for one more activity (a live animal show!) before the doors open to the public and it’s business as usual.
Ages 7 – 11.
Wulf & Lamb. This new restaurant in Chelsea prides itself on serving “fiercely kind food”, which means that everything on the menu is 100 per cent plant-based menu including “Chili’non’Carne” and their signature spicy bean burger. Great for meat free Mondays. wulfandlamb.com
My hairdresser (the amazing Bradley at Charlotte Cave) warned me of the perils of Bunchems today. These seemingly innocuous squishy/ hairy building balls are a NIGHTMARE once caught in your child’s hair. He showed me some pictures… not pretty.