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  • Try this Vietnamese spin on Dalgona coffee

    Tway Nguyen adds condensed milk and a roasted peanut and sesame seed topping to add her own spin on the viral Tiktok Dalgona coffee recipe

  • Try these tools for making better pizza at home

    Join In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley as she shares the best pizza-making tools! Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Queen joined by Charles and Camilla at opening of the Senedd

    The Queen used a walking stick for the second time this week as she made her first visit to Wales in five years to attend the sixth ceremonial opening of the Senedd. She was joined on her visit to the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. The Queen made a speech in the Senedd chamber at the start of the ceremony where she praised the efforts of the people who worked to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Blackpool mum gets her confidence back with help from guide dog

    A determined mum who was left isolated and depressed after losing her sight has got her confidence back with the help of a guide dog and an energetic Zumba class.

  • Baker of wacky cakes proud of her dyslexia as it encouraged her to explore creative side

    An office worker who quit after being diagnosed with dyslexia in her forties is enjoying the sweet taste of success thanks to her business making movie-themed wedding cakes. After struggling with her role in HR working for the Royal Mail, Nikkie, from Sheffield, was advised to test herself for the learning difficulty, which found she suffered severely from the condition. Deciding to pursue her love of baking instead, she now creates complex and creative cakes, and her business is flourishing.

  • Elizabeth Hurley reveals how she helped to save her friends' lives

    The model opened up on an episode of GMB about encouraging two of her friends to check for breast cancer, leading to earlier diagnosis.

  • Queen leaves a message in globe-trotting Commonwealth Baton

    Queen Elizabeth II leaves a personal message in the Commonwealth Baton as the relay kicked off at Buckingham Palace. The Baton will cross the globe, visiting all 72 member nations and territories of the Commonwealth before arriving in Birmingham for the Games in 2022.

  • Dog owners turn pet detectives to find missing pooch

    Devoted dog owners who feared their pooch had been stolen after bolting during a walk and disappearing for 10 days became pet detectives – finally tracking her down using a doorbell security camera. Office manager Meghan Savage, 29, was devastated when two-year-old Pomeranian Aurora – one of her three pet pooches – went missing after being spooked by another dog when her brothers took her for a stroll. Determined to get her back, joining forces with her husband, Mark, 29, an occupational health adviser, they even camped out in a tent for two nights hoping to find her, before using a home security device and a carefully laid trap to bring an end to their wandering canine’s adventure.

  • Trainee midwife finds stem cell donor from social media campaign

    A trainee midwife, whose house burnt down as her cancer returned, launched a video campaign to find stem cell donors and is now having a lifesaving transplant.

  • Start building your little one’s library with these BIPOC centered story books

    Join In The Know's Jeanine Edwards as she shares a few great BIPOC centered story books for children! Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Charles can't escape the whisky on tour of Inverurie

    Prince Charles enjoys whisky two ways as he visits a variety of establishments around the Scottish town of Inverurie. "I think I rather need it" he jokes as he enjoys a toast with a family of business owners, having earlier added some to his cup of tea.

  • Kate heads back to the classroom at UCL

    Kate Middleton is back in the classroom as she learns about UCL's 'Children of the 2020s’ study. After taking in a tour of the faculty and being shown some of the materials they use, the Duchess of Cambridge sat down to hear about the many variables that impact a child's growth.

  • How astrology helps guide our lives

    Astrologist, Rux, explains that we can predict events of great magnitude by analysing the slower moving planets. When the pandemic started, there was a very rare meeting between Saturn, Jupiter and Pluto in the sign of Capricorn, a rare occurrence that happens only every couple of hundred years. Rux details how the planets coming together can impact society as a whole, and can be used to mark significant events on Earth, such as COVID-19.

  • Queen meets Scottish Covid heroes after parliament opening

    The Queen has marked the official opening of the sixth session of the Scottish Parliament. Accompanied by the Prince Charles and Camilla - known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, the monarch met Scots who have been recognised for their contribution to communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Queen marks happy times with Philip as she opens Holyrood

    The Queen officially opened the new session of Scottish Parliament after what she described as “adverse and uncertain times”. She was joined by Prince Charles and Camilla – but it was her first opening without Prince Philip by her side.

  • Camilla visits Maggie’s cancer support charity

    The Duchess of Cornwall marked the 25th anniversary of Maggie’s - with what she described as one of the “most interesting” plaque openings she has done. Camilla has been president of the charity for 13 years.

  • Charles and Camilla brave the elements at Edinburgh gardens

    The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh to celebrate its 350th anniversary. They royals were met with changing weather - but they still got stuck in and helped plant a tree.

  • Queen jokes about 'bird's nest' flower crown at Balmoral

    The Queen and Prince Charles have met with local schoolchildren at Balmoral, where they were shown tree measuring activities and admired some hand-crafted flower crowns. As children showed off their woodland headpieces, Her Majesty joked: "It looks awfully uncomfortable … like a bird's nest!" The Queen and the Prince of Wales also planted a tree to mark the start of the planting season for The Queen's Green Canopy.

  • Equality & The Hunt For Hair Products in Wales

    Growing up in South Wales, Cherelle’s family had to plan ahead when it came to buying hair products for their textured hair. Getting the products that they needed was a road trip – travel costs an added extra – but thankfully progress is being made when it comes to access to black haircare in Wales.

  • Haircare & Community in the North West

    Kady started braiding hair to earn extra money while in university. Now, nearly ten years later, she owns Something About Braids in Manchester, a family-owned salon where customers come for the braids and stay for the sense of community.

  • Sustainable Skincare In Scotland

    When Ify had an issue with her skin, she tapped into her Nigerian heritage to find natural products that would help and heal. She created a natural and sustainable skincare brand based in Edinburgh, Scotland, distributing her products through local black-owned shops directly to her community.

  • One of One: The Only Black Salon In Derry

    When Sandra moved to Derry, Northern Ireland, she couldn’t find a salon in the city who would even wash her afro-textured hair. So she created iHobbs Salon and Training Academy, a place where no one with any hair texture or concern is turned away.

  • Black & Beautiful in Britain

    Black & Beautiful In Britain, a four part video series produced in collaboration with digital publisher Black Ballad and Yahoo UK. The series was filmed on location across the UK and features the experiences of Black women from different perspectives across the beauty industry.

  • Former X Factor contestant gets gift of sight for her birthday thanks to miracle glasses allowing her to see her daughter’s face clearly for first time

    A former X Factor contestant gets the gift of sight for her birthday thanks to miracle glasses allowing her to see her daughter's face clearly for first time. Kayley Storey, 33, was 15 when she was diagnosed with rare Stargardt disease, an inherited eye condition affecting an area of the retina known as the macula and reducing central or detailed vision.

  • Here are our favorite self-care products for busy parents

    Join In The Know's Laura Clark as she shares her favorite self-care products for busy parents. Shop below: I Am & Co Intention Deck Papier Wellness Journal How to Have a Kid and a Life: A Survival Guide Therabox Fall Box Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Catch the latest In The Know Live Shopping episodes here:https://yhoo.it/3tmbOjh This episode was previously recorded live on Sept. 28, 2021.

  • Sláinte! William and Kate sample Irish food and drink

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Ulster University’s Magee Campus in Derry-Londonderry. Prince William and Kate attended the student union’s Culture Shock event where they sampled some Irish whiskey, Tayto crisps and wheaten bread.