It can feel like a bit of a risk to buy your intimates online, because let’s be honest, size is relative when it comes to bras and knickers.Those who shopped before the internet age might not be convinced that an online shop can do the same as a proper shop assistant, but with the variety of sizes, styles and shapes available on these sites, they might just change their tune.
There have been many ways we’ve had to adapt to a new way of living through the coronavirus pandemic, from social distancing to not seeing friends and family for months on end.But one of the biggest adjustments is wearing a face covering. As of 24 July, face coverings are now mandatory in all shops and supermarkets in England. These rules will also extend to indoor shopping centres, banks, travel hubs and post offices. People who don't will face a fine of up to £100, apart from people with medical conditions and children under 11.
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Jamie Oliver said what we've all probably thought at least once – home-schooling is really hard!The celebrity chef made the candid confession on Thursday, admitting he has found teaching his children in lockdown a "misery".READ: Jamie Oliver's son Buddy is an incredible artist - see the photos to prove itLoading the player...WATCH: Little River Oliver sing in this cute videoJamie shares five kids with wife Jools; daughters Poppy, 18, Daisy, 17 and Petal, 11, and sons Buddy, nine, and River, three.One silver lining is that only two of his children, Petal and Buddy, were in need of a home teacher and while Jamie gave it a go, it sounds like he really didn’t enjoy it."I had one kid that had really good home-schooling and one that was, kinda, left to it," he revealed on Magic FM. "I think for parents all around the country, home-schooling has been a blend of misery and… and misery."Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools share five children togetherGALLERY: 10 of Jamie and Jools Oliver's cutest family photosJamie's admission comes after his wife made the heartbreaking confession that since welcoming son River in 2016 she has suffered three miscarriages, one while in lockdown.Talking to Zoe Hardman and Georgia Dayton on their Made By Mammas podcast earlier this month, Jools was asked about wanting a sixth child and made the surprising revelation.Jamie has found home-schooling his son Buddy a 'misery'"I really do [want another child] I really do but I've just had three miscarriages since then and I'm thinking… and a recent one three weeks ago and I'm thinking, 'No,' I dunno."I do want to, but I've got to mentally check that it's a good idea to do. And also physically because I am 45 as I always say, nearly 46. So it's a little bit dodgy. "She added: "Jamie is still up for it, kind of… not really. I haven't got long, maybe another year and then I really will just shut that chapter off because I am very happy and I am pretty full up at the moment as it is. But just that little baby, it's a terrible thing to keep wanting something and you can't help it."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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One of the first realities of post-Covid 'new normal' life is getting used to wearing a face mask - now that it's compulsory to wear one while using any form of public transport.And with London Mayor Sadiq Khan suggesting face coverings are likely to be necessary for commuters in the capital for at least a year, it's worth making sure you've invested in something comfortable and perhaps even a little stylish, to see you through these strange times.
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Cutting your hair own hair at home is nobody’s first choice.But since the government has advised that hairdressers cannot reopen until 4 June at the earliest, it may be necessary for keeping on top of your hairdo.
These days, we are more aware than ever about the importance of wearing sun protection, particularly on our faces. The damaging rays of the sun can really take their toll on our skin, as well as our overall health.“SPF is a shield against one of the most detrimental threats to our skin health: UV light,” explains Megan Felton, co-founder of skincare consultancy Lion/ne. “Not only does SPF protect us from serious skin diseases and cancer, but it also helps to prevent premature ageing.”
We've all been guilty at some point in our lives of neglecting our skin. It's an easy trap to fall in to, but luckily it's also easy to pull it back and keep your face glowing. For some essential tips on how to create a before-bed