Savvy mum transforms her daughter's bedroom for under £400

Savvy mum transforms her daughter’s bedroom into a pretty pink haven for under £400 – using stickers from eBay and a rug from Dunelm

  • Nicole Roberts, 25, from Shropshire, transformed daughter’s room for £400 
  • Mum-of-two bought materials and accessories online from budget brands 
  • Shared photos as inspiration to other parents self-isolating and in lockdown 

A thrifty mum has told how she created her daughter’s dream bedroom for under £400 – using bargain products from the likes of eBay and B&M.

Nicole Roberts, 25, from Shropshire, designed the Instagram-worthy haven for her daughter Lilly, four, which is the perfect blend of stylishness, elegance and femininity. 

‘My daughter Lilly’s room was the first room I started to decorate when I moved in,’ she said, speaking to money-saving community LatestDeals.co.uk. ‘I always knew I wanted a pink overload in here with swans.’

‘I didn’t really look on the internet for inspiration on this room – I just had an idea in my head that I stuck to. I wanted something that wasn’t going to be too babyish for my little girl so that she could grow up in the room.

Nicole Roberts, 25, from Shropshire, transformed her four-year-old daughter Lilly’s room for under £400. Pictured, before the transformation

The mother-of-two shared snaps of the finished transformation (pictured) to help inspire parents self-isolating and in lockdown

The savvy mum (pictured) had an idea in her head and stuck to it, as she wanted something that wasn’t going to be too babyish for her little girl so she could grow up in the room

The hairdresser and mum-of-two continued: ‘Over the past two years, I have slowly added lots of accessories into this room, like the bed and the shelves which are both from Ikea.

‘I shopped small for this bedroom too as I love supporting small businesses as much as I can.’

Nicole managed to transform the bedroom using budget buys from eBay and B&M, as well as shopping from small businesses before the coronavirus lockdown.

‘My main goal for this room was to keep the room feeling bright and spacious which I think I achieved by using light pink and gold shades,’ she explained.

Nicole completed the transformation using budget buys from eBay and B&M, as well as shopping from small businesses before the coronavirus lockdown. Pictured, the finished look

The thrifty mum said her main goal was to keep the room feeling bright and spacious, which she achieved by using light pink and gold shades. Pictured, after the transformation

‘I used polka dot stickers from a small business called Owlandbrolly which is also where I purchased the small house stickers.

‘When placing the polka dots I didn’t follow any pattern – I just stuck them on randomly and took a step back to see if they looked right.

‘The small dressing table was a cute added touch as my daughter loves playing dress-up. I purchased it from B&M for £39.99.

She continued: ‘I started by buying the polka dot stickers which are really cheap from eBay at £4.99.

‘The chest of drawers were from Argos but I up-cycled the handles to these beautiful crystal ones which were a bargain at £3.99 from B&M.

‘The gorgeous crochet rug is from a small business called heidibaskets and was around £80. I made all the shelf decor myself from MDF shapes purchased on eBay.

Nicole (pictured) is over the moon with how the transformation worked out, and says her daughter is very proud of the space

The thrifty homeowner used polka dot stickers from a small business called Owlandbrolly, which is also where she purchased the small house stickers. Pictured, after the transformation

‘I think with this room, it’s all the small details that bring it all together such as the doll’s house which is from Asda.

‘The gold frame was purchased from Home Bargains for under £10, and the swans are all from eBay for under £8.

‘The tutu basket is from TK Maxx and was £8, the fluffy rug was £10 from Dunelm and I hand-made the toy box with stuff I bought off eBay again. In total, I’d say this room cost roughly £350 to £400 for everything you see.’

Nicole, who shares her home transformations on Instagram at @my_persimmon_home, is over the moon with how the transformation worked out, and says her daughter is very proud of the space. 

She also adds that the lockdown caused by coronavirus marks the perfect time to carry out some simple DIY at home and similar items can be found online with home delivery.

‘I set myself a small budget each month to buy something little to add to this room slowly so that I wasn’t breaking the bank which worked perfectly for me,’ she explained.

Speaking of her daughter, Nicola said: ‘Lilly is four and absolutely loves her room and says that it’s her beautiful princess room and that no boys are allowed.’ Pictured, the room after the transformation

Nicole bought the gold frame from Home Bargains for under £10, and the swans from eBay for under £8. Pictured, the finished transformation

‘Lilly is four and absolutely loves her room and says that it’s her beautiful princess room and that no boys are allowed.

‘I love walking into this room – it’s just so beautiful and I am very proud of what I have achieved so far in here and love added small bits when I can. I wish I had this room growing up!

‘I find decorating my kids’ rooms so easy with buying everything online. Recently with everything going on with self-isolation, it’s a brilliant way to pass the time and keep my mind occupied on something I love.’

Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented: ‘Many of us are going stir crazy at home, making it the perfect time to take on that DIY project you’ve been putting off.

‘Many budget brand such as ebay are still open for delivery, so there’s no need to leave your home at all to create a dreamy child’s bedroom such as Lilly’s!

‘Kudos to Nicole for creating such a girly yet elegant space that I’m sure her daughter will be proud of for years to come.’

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Girl, 14, hangs her one-year-old baby 'to spend time with friends'

Girl, 14, hangs her one-year-old baby ‘because she wanted to spend time with her friends’ in Thailand

  • Arisa Udsanee allegedly killed her baby boy in a cabin in Bueng Kan, Thailand
  • Officers then made her reconstruct the hanging using a Winnie The Pooh bear 
  • She said she resented the infant for preventing her from seeing her friends

A fourteen-year-old girl hanged her one-year-old son because she wanted to spend time with her friends, it has been reported. 

The teenager, Arisa Udsanee, had left the youngster with her parents who were angry when she returned home late in Bueng Kan, northeast Thailand last Sunday afternoon.

She reportedly took the infant, Thanapat Udsanee, to the home of a neighbour, Charinthip Nuengsit, 21, and asked for a place to stay. She then let them stay in a cabin in her back yard.

Later that night a motorcycle came to the cabin to pick up Arisa and she told Charinthip that the boy was leaving with her.

Arisa Udsanee allegedly killed her baby boy in a cabin in Bueng Kan, Thailand. Pictured: medical staff at the scene after the body was discovered

Officers later arrested the boy’s mother and made her do a crime reconstruction, using a Winnie The Pooh bear to show how she allegedly hanged the boy then concealed the body

However, on Wednesday morning Charinthip checked the cabin and found a dead baby hidden under a pram and covered in ants. Paramedics believed the boy had been dead for at least two days.

Officers later arrested the boy’s mother and made her do a crime reconstruction, using a Winnie The Pooh bear to show how she allegedly hanged the boy then concealed the body.

Arisa allegedly admitted killing her son as she was angry at her own parents for scolding her for staying out late. She said she resented the infant for preventing her from spending time with her own friends.

She said: ‘I rode my father-in-law’s motorcycle out to see my friends and stay with them for three days. I left the boy at home with my mother and father.

‘After I came back, my father was angry and slapped me. It hurt my feelings so I took my boy out to stay at the neighbour’s cabin.

‘I spent two hours crying and thinking about what I should do with my life and my son’s life and came to a conclusion that I should end his life. 

Arisa (pictured) allegedly admitted killing her son as she was angry at her own parents for scolding her for staying out late. She said she resented the infant for preventing her from spending time with her own friends

‘I hid the body under the pram and called my friend to pick me up and run away. Then when I went back to see the body I was arrested.’

She added that she watched him wriggle for a few minutes until he died.  

Arisa’s devastated mother Penprapha Prakarapang, 40, said her daughter always went out without coming back for several days but this time it had caused the family a problem.

Arisa’s devastated mother Penprapha Prakarapang, 40, said her daughter always went out without coming back for several days but this time it had caused the family a problem

Police Major Chanchai Poolonkaew said her crime was serious and she must be punished. Pictured: the family at the scene of the alleged murder. The Winnie The Pooh represents the baby that was concealed under the pram

She said: ‘My daughter always goes out for several days and spends time with her friends while leaving her son at home with us.

‘The reason we were upset this time was that she took my husband’s motorcycle for three days and he couldn’t go to work.

‘I understand that she wanted to live her life like a normal teenager but murdering her son for that it is unforgivable.’

Police Major Chanchai Poolonkaew said her crime was serious and she must be punished.

He said: ‘The girl murdered her son so she will have to spend time in prison for 15 to 20 years. It’s not possible to stop that now. The legal process has started. She has admitted the crime and will go to jail.’

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Mum wows the internet with her amazingly organised 'quarantine home'

Inside mother-of-four’s incredibly organised house after she transformed it while working from home – and her tricks for keeping it sparkling clean at all times

  • Ashlee Durand is an interior specialist and mother-of-four from country Victoria
  • She is staying sane during the COVID-19 pandemic by rearranging her home
  • Ms Durand has cleaned every inch of the house to protect against coronavirus
  • People were amazed after she shared photos of her stunning home on Facebook 
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

A mother-of-four is keeping her sanity intact while at home amid the intensifying COVID-19 pandemic by rearranging her space and ‘deep cleaning’ it from top to bottom – with envy-inducing results.

Interior specialist Ashlee Durand, 32, organised each room of her country Victoria home with meticulous precision after thoroughly sanitising every inch of the property to protect her young family from coronavirus.

Ms Durand’s styling has attracted hundreds of fans after she shared photos of her immaculately organised home in an Australian parenting group on Facebook.

‘Taking this time to fine tune my organisation and give the house a deep clean,’ she captioned the images which show a spacious home decorated in a grey, white and baby pink colour scheme.

Mother-of-four Ashlee Durand (pictured) is keeping busy during extended time at home by cleaning, organising and restyling her country Victoria home in a chic grey, white and pink colour scheme 

Ms Durand’s styling has attracted hundreds of fans after she shared photos of her immaculately organised home in an Australian parenting group on Facebook 

Her pantry is neatly stacked with clear jars and preserving tins, all carefully labelled to explain what’s inside

What are the products Ashlee swears by for a tidy home?

* Dyson’s stick vacuum: She said she uses this two or three times each day.

* KOH’s cleaning products: Ashlee said she uses these everywhere.

* BI CARB AND VINEGAR: Ashlee uses this to clean out the dishwasher, washing machine and her kitchen sinks.

The pantry is neatly stacked with clear jars and preserving tins, all carefully labelled to explain what’s inside.

Cutlery and utensils are slotted into white and marbled pots, while kids’ sized bags of popcorn and crisps are laid out in trays emblazoned with the word ‘Snacks’.

A basket filled with clean tea towels and ceramic pink jars filled with coffee, sugar and tea are arranged on the kitchen counter.

Even behind closed doors, drawers and presses are arranged with precision, with plastic containers housing cleaning sprays and mesh boxes holding carefully rolled cleaning cloths and dusters under the kitchen sink. 

The bathroom remains uncluttered with hair, beauty and tanning products stashed neatly in boxes beneath the wash basin.

The master bedroom is filled with pristine white pillows and plush grey throws, while a small personal organiser with compartments for pens, notes and personal documents hangs from the side of the perfectly made bed.

The colour scheme is only interrupted in the children’s bedrooms, which are playfully decorated with polka dot wallpaper and their names emblazoned beside their beds.


Drawers and presses are arranged with precision, with plastic containers housing cleaning spray under the kitchen sink (left) and boxes holding beauty and hair care products under the bathroom wash basin (right)

The colour scheme is only interrupted in the children’s bedrooms, which are playfully decorated with polka dot wallpaper and their names emblazoned beside their beds

Despite her seemingly lavish interiors, Ms Durand previously told Daily Mail Australia she only buys clearance furniture and household accessories from discount retailers Kmart, Target, Big W and Adairs.

‘I never pay full price for anything. You can save hundreds by doing this and there are always great sales on and brilliant clearance items,’ she said.

She also trawls Facebook Market for unique artwork and one-of-a-kind fixtures.

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Mum shares her homeschool timetable and people are calling the 3pm ‘mum quits’ section completely relatable

AN EXASPERATED mum has shared her tongue-in-cheek homeschool timetable which involves slots for ‘mum has a cuppa’ and ‘mum quits’.

As parents get to grips with homeschooling their kids amid the coronavirus lockdown, one mum posted her hilarious school timetable online, and it's all too relatable. 

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At first glance it looks like a day filled with learning and fun, with slots for PE, maths, English and reading. 

But on closer inspection, she’s also added in some joke subjects as well. 

In all the 3pm slots she’s written ‘mum quits’, ‘mum needs a cuppa’ and ‘mumeo done’.

And in the section where she’s listed all the resources she’s going to use, for life skills it’s ‘the house’, while lunch is from ‘my fridge nom nom’. 

She shared her brilliant timetable to Facebook group to Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, where she said: “Survived day 1 of home schooling.

“Few sites used and really was smooth (thank goodness).

“Ask me in a week though, if anyone has any other useful sites will you please add them in the comments, perfect time to come together.”

Her hilarious post has racked up hundreds of likes, as fellow mums enjoyed her realistic schedule

Commenting online, one mum said: “3pm looks good.”

Another wrote: “Loving the 3pms lol.”

A third added: “Your bit for 3pm had me laughing I must admit haha.”

While this parent commented: “Love the 3pm hehe.”

And mums are sharing hilarious memes as they grapple with homeschooling their kids.

Meanwhile, this mum was in shock after buying 18 loo rolls only for her kids to put them all in the bath.

Plus this little boy wrote a hilarious letter calling coronavirus the 'f word' after his birthday was cancelled.

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Stacey Solomon shares her homeschooling tips including ditching tables and teaching the trickiest lessons first

LIKE the rest of us Stacey Solomon has been faced with the daunting task of homeschooling her kids.

And the celeb mum has shared some very handy tips for making distance learning all the more easier for mums and dads.

Taking to her Instagram account the 30-year-old revealed that she began the day with a virtual PE session with Joe Wicks.

The body coach has launched daily live P.E. lessons for children at 9am on his YouTube channel and Stacey was quick to take full advantage of it.

She filmed her two older boys Zach and Leighton doing star jumps to Kriss Kross’ Jump, and her partner Joe Swash could even be seen joining in.

Tagging Joe, she wrote: “This is amazing Joe! Taken so much pressure off, thank you so much.”


The mum-of-three then moved on to academic learning, but took a realistic approach, allowing her sons to sit on the floor to work and accepting they wouldn’t get everything done.

She said: “I can’t get them to sit at the table so I’m just going with it. I’ll probably get 30mins- 1 hour MAX of this so don’t beat yourself up or worry.”

Stacey also recommended approaching the trickier subjects first.

“I give them the hardest or most important things to do first while they’re fresh then I don’t worry too much about the rest of the day when they’ve had enough,” she said.


And 40 minutes the scene had descended into chaos with Stacey telling parents ‘we’re all in this together.”

To give her kids a bit of fresh air, Stacey devised a period of outdoor play, helping them to make their own noughts and crosses board.

Last week Stacey shared her homeschooling timetable for her boys so she can keep on top of their distance learning.

"Going to make a template of a timetable so the boys have a bit of structure," she shared.

"Not starting until 10am and the pink squares are mum time," she added, with laughing emojis.

Sharing a complete time table filled in, she told fans that it wasn't "the proper one but its mocked up so you get a rough idea".

The time table included curriculum work that schools will be sharing with parents to help them teach their children, as well as free play, outdoor learning and craft time.

Stacey is not a total stranger to homeschooling having previously explained to Fabulous why she made the controversial decision to take her kids out of school.

But she revealed in September last year that Zachary would be returning to state education as he began secondary school.

In other homeschooling news, Sue Radford has shared a snap of her work space for nine of her kids.

And parents struggling with homeschooling have shared hilarious memes during the coronavirus outbreak.

Plus mums are praising The Works for selling stay at home packages for stressed out parents.

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Nicole Scherzinger and her boyfriend Thom Evans kiss on the street as they shop for baby gifts – The Sun







The pair worked up a sweat together in her incredible home gym as they self isolated to stop the spread of COVID-19.

They put themselves through a gruelling workout as they watched their form in the wall-length mirror all while listening to some tunes.

Thom whipped off his shirt to reveal his muscly physique while Nicole looked amazing in skintight leggings and a sports bra.



She shook her booty and showed off her flexibility as she did the splits while doing a headstand.

Motivational quotes on the walls helped them to keep going, and Nicole wrote on Instagram: "It's hard getting motivated to workout while being isolated at home, but it's important to keep the mind healthy, strong and creative! We got this."

Last week the Pussycat Dolls cancelled their comeback tour amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Nicole, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta are postponing their UK and Ireland tour, which kicks off next month, because of the deadly virus.

The band announced last Wednesday that they are delaying their tour until October.

In the UK Boris Johnson has said he may enforce a stricter UK coronavirus lockdown within 24 hours, following the example of Italy, France and Spain.

The weekend saw crowded areas across the country as social distancing measures were ignored by many.

It comes as the number of cases in the UK currently stands at 5,687, with 289 deaths.

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Lady Gaga Credits Her New Album for Helping Her Cope with Chronic Pain

Lady Gaga is opening up about her upcoming album, Chromatica.

In a new cover story for PAPER magazine, Gaga confirmed that her sixth studio album is full of upbeat, danceable tracks—and for a specific reason.

The singer—who suffers from fibromyalgia, a condition that causes chronic full-body pain as a reaction to a trauma response—said that her album served as a therapeutic release of her “dancing through her pain.” Gaga has previously spoken out about actively living with PTSD stemming from sexual assault, as well as clinical depression throughout her career.

The singer said that while recording her album, she “couldn’t get off the couch” because she was in so much pain, but her collaborator, producer BloodPop, encouraged her to make music. “I’d start out the day so down and I’d end up dancing, looking in the mirror, practicing my moves, singing along. Every day was an enlightening experience, but it had to happen every day,” she told the magazine.

“Some days are way worse, some days aren’t. But you know what I can do? I can go, ‘Well, my hands work; my arms work; my legs work, even though they are sore; my back works; my brain works; my heart works; I’m taking breaths, my lungs work.’ You can just be grateful for what you can do,” Gaga later added. “It’s a smack across the face throughout the album. We don’t stop being that happy. You will hear the pain in my voice and in some of the lyrics, but it always celebrates.”

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Gaga explained that she wants her new album to serve as a reminder to fans that navigating personal pain, grief, and strife, but still aiming to find that inner light to try and be happy is possible—it’s a process that she experienced herself while creating Chromatica.

“I will do whatever it takes to make the world dance and smile. I want to put out a record that forces people to rejoice even in their saddest moments. And by the way, I’m not standing over here with a flag going, ‘I’m all healed, everything’s perfect.’ It’s not; it’s a fight all the time. I still work on myself constantly,” said the singer. “I have bad days, I have good days. Yeah, I live in Chromatica, it took a minute to get here, but that doesn’t mean I don’t remember what happened. So if you’re in pain and listening to this music, just know that I know what it’s like to be in pain. And I know what it’s like to also not let it ruin your life.”

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Wife pays tribute to her 'soul mate' husband who died from coronavirus

Heartbroken wife pays tribute to her ‘soul mate’ husband, 59, who has become the youngest coronavirus patient in Britain to die

  • Nick Matthews – who had underlying health conditions – died in Bristol yesterday
  • Wife Mary Matthews said he was her ‘life partner’, ‘soul mate’ and  ‘best friend’
  • UK Coronavirus fatalities increased by 14 overnight making total death toll 35
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

A heartbroken wife paid tribute to her ‘life partner and soul mate’ husband, 59, who died from coronavirus.

Father-of-two Nick Matthews is believed to be the youngest coronavirus victim in Britain.

Mr Matthews – who had underlying health conditions – died in Bristol Royal Infirmary in the early hours of yesterday morning. 

Heartbroken wife Mary Matthews (left) paid tribute to her ‘life partner and soul mate’ husband Nick, 59, (right) who died from coronavirus in Bristol

It was today revealed that coronavirus fatalities in the UK have increased by 14 overnight bringing the total death toll to 35.

Mr Matthews – who had underlying health conditions – died in Bristol Royal Infirmary

Mr Matthews’ wife Mary wrote in a tribute on Facebook yesterday: ‘Today at 3am I lost my life partner and soul mate but most of all my best friend. 

‘Charlotte, Ben and I are beyond proud to have had such a big character in our lives.

‘As a family we are still currently in isolation until the coronavirus test results come back. 

‘Someone will post again when we have more information. 

‘In the meantime, I know some of you would like to visit but please for you and your families safety, stay away until we get the all clear.’

The number of cases of the killer bug increased by more than 200 to 1,372, the department of health and social care announced this afternoon.

A total of 40,279 people have been tested across the UK.

Mr Matthews’ wife Mary penned a heart-breaking tribute on Facebook yesterday after her husband’s death

It was today revealed that coronavirus fatalities in the UK have increased by 14 overnight bringing the total death toll to 35. Pictured: Bristol Royal Infirmary where Mr Matthews died

The announcement from the Department of Health and Social Care (above) stated the new numbers for today 

Health Secretary Matt Hancock this morning said that the elderly may have to self isolate for up to four months.

In a statement, University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust said: ‘Sadly, we can confirm that a man who was being cared for at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, and had tested positive for Covid-19, has died. 

‘The patient who died was in his late-fifties and had underlying health conditions.

‘The family has been informed and our thoughts are with them at this difficult time. We will not be commenting further and ask that everybody respects the family’s privacy.’

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Woman bakes Sonic cake for her pal’s birthday – but it ends up looking like something rather rude

A NOVICE baker has the internet completely divided after revealing a Sonic cake she'd baked for her friend's birthday – but it looks nothing like the fictional hedgehog character she'd hoped for. 

Sian Manana Knight had the task of preparing her best mate's birthday cake, and knowing that she loved Sonic the Hedgehog the amateur baker wanted to "make her cake extra special", so she gave it a crack.

But upon completing the novelty cake, Sian realised it wasn't quite what she'd expected and it seemed the internet agreed.

Pleased and surprised by her efforts, Sian posted photos of her finished cake to the Rate My Plate Facebook group where the post has since racked up over 2,300 likes and over 900 very opinionated and conflicted comments.

If not for Sian's caption revealing she'd made "a sonic cake", many would've been left wondering what the cake was supposed to be.

Many amused group members thought it took on more of a phallic shape, while some others joked about Sonic's health condition at the time of baking.

Meanwhile, many others thought it looked more like a slug and congratulated her for perfecting the slug-inspired cake.

One person said: "Is…. is that a penis cake mold….? What is that? What is happening here?"

And another agreed: "I thought this was a sad penis cake that you made for your partner"

While many others joked that it looked like a sex toy in cake form and wondered if it was a birthday prank.

Some people even questioned her loyalty to her friend, claiming that a "friend" would never provide such a horrendous birthday cake.

But jokes and negative comments aside, it's apparent that Sian managed to win over some fans with her cake baking skills.

One person said: "I actually love it!"

And a second person wrote: "Well if someone made me a cake I'd love it even if it looked like this, its the thought that counts. Well done you."

Meanwhile, a third person said: "That's the best Sonic cake I have ever seen, nice work!"

And feeling inspired by the cake, on person asked: "Are you taking orders at all? Because I'll take the entire cast of sonic in cake form please."

But the question still remains – what did her best mate think of the cake?

Sian revealed to Fabulous that upon first laying eyes on her Sonic birthday cake, her friend said "'What the f*** is that!' and burst out laughing", but was soon won over like the rest of us.

Sian was convinced that "she was amazed at the icing work", but we think she did a top job with it all.

Speaking with Fabulous, Sian joked: "I've had years of baking experience perfecting my craft, and I knew that this cake had to be the best I've ever made and the feedback has been great, mostly positive.

"Some people have even been inspired to relate it to a slug, or some have mistaken it for a melted Thomas the Tank Engine!"

She added: "I'm available for cake commissions if anyone wants a professionally made cake of their own."

But get in quick because with talent like this we are certain she'll be booked out for months in advance.

We recently shared this mum's hand painted Mario Kart mural – but people think it looks like something MUCH ruder.
Meanwhile, a children’s book explaining how babies are made goes viral for its bizarre explanation of sexual positions.

Plus, Mum jokes she’s having the ‘best bath ever’ after her bubbles form a VERY rude shape.

 

 

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Abbey Clancy shows off her incredible legs as she shoots Lipsy collection in Cape Town

ABBEY Clancy showed off her incredible legs as she shot her new Lipsy collection in Cape Town.

Peter Crouch's wife wowed as she modelled thigh-skimming minidresses in the South African woodland.

The model, 34, soaked up the sun on the Cape Town shoot for her latest Lipsy collection.

With a camera crew in position around her, the natural poser looked incredible wearing the brand's selection of frocks and knee high boots.

Abbey, who has four children with her football pundit husband, burst onto the modelling scene after appearing on Britian's Next Top Model.

She went on to win Strictly Come Dancing in 2013 and has continued to do modelling and presenting work, while taking care of kids Sophia Ruby, eight, Liberty Rose, four, Johnny, two and baby Jack.




But Peter has insisted they won't be having more kids.

He said: "Oh 100 per cent [we are not having another child]

"It's her fault. I think, she still looks great! I don’t know if we planned for four [children] but it's amazing, I love it!

"Two boys and two girls, I feel blessed. Being able to take them to school now, pick them up and being hands-on."



Fabulous previously revealed the model's beauty secrets and and her day starts with a green juice.

Abbey has said: “I throw in any fruit, vegetables, nuts and super powders that I have in my fridge. My skin is really clear and my hair feels stronger.”

Blessed with endless legs, the Scouse beauty also practices Pilates to make the most of what she's got.

A-listers' favourite Shane Cooper recently carried out a non-surgical bum lift on the TV star’s peachy derrière – a procedure which stimulates collagen and costs £300 for an hour session.

Cooper also gives Abbey £500 “Baby Botox Facials”, which involve 20 gold-coated needles being inserted into her face.

The mum-of-four also has one hour 45 minute facials at Paul Edmonds London, saying it has transformed her skin, at a cost of £200.


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