Everyday Ageism: FEMAIL columnist CHRISTA D’SOUZA, says 60-plussers need representation

It will be interesting to see who the co-presenter will be. Will she, like Emma, be in her 30s? I understand that Woman’s Hour needs to ‘revitalise’ and not veer too far into ‘knitting pattern-and- incontinence pad’ territory. But it needs to be careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.

Love list: FEMAIL reveals a selection of chic wet weather wear we’re lusting after for effortless style this season

8. WATER REPELLENT BAG Made from water-repellent nylon, this roomy tote is ideal for commuting in unpredictable weather. The simple and sleek design means it will go with any outfit. There are also plenty of pockets, including one designed to ensure your phone and wallet are safe from identity theft, and a removable laptop sleeve. […]

Even the Ooshies are over 2020: Mum’s  Frozen Disney Ooshie collectable looks ‘exhausted’ and appears to have ‘bags under her eyes’

‘We know many Aussie families have had a challenging year, so we’re partnering with Disney to give our customers something exciting to look forward to from their everyday shop,’ Woolworths chief marketing officer Andrew Hicks said earlier this week.

Mum reveals the VERY simple $45 Kmart ‘hack’ she uses to store her massive Disney Ooshies collection

‘We know many Aussie families have had a challenging year, so we’re partnering with Disney to give our customers something exciting to look forward to from their everyday shop,’ Woolworths chief marketing officer Andrew Hicks said earlier this week.

‘Get that top off!’ Viewers gush over ‘mighty fine’ A&E doctor on This Morning as his ‘tight waistcoat and shirt’ leaves them feeling hot under the collar

‘It shows the contrast of how people see us in society,’ he explained.  ‘I was in a group chat of doctors, and most of us are black. We were talking about it and all discussed how they when people in scrubs they’ll celebrate us, but when they see you in hoodie they fear you.

Boarding schools ban term-time visits home, extend Christmas holidays and require at least ‘five masks per pupil’ as part of a raft of measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19

Wellington College has created a ‘Reintegration and Recovery’ programme for pupils and parents with workshops, individual pastoral tutorials, while Cottesmore are inviting all prep school aged pupils accompanied by a parent to join their ‘Talk It Out’ webinar, so that all can express their worries and return to school with confidence. 

Can YOU tell the £50 wedding dress from the one that costs £5,000? Budget vs blow-out bridal quiz with designs from ASOS and Monsoon will put you to the test

BEST FOR BRIDES WITH A BIG BUDGET: Crafted from white crepe, this gown has a sweetheart neckline, nipped-in waist and gently ruched side that highlights the thigh-high split. The long train will glide beautifully down the aisle. This version is available via net-a-porter.com

Meghan Markle’s £1 million wardrobe! Value of Duchess’ designer gowns and jewellery paid for by Prince Charles certainly added up after her wedding – but who will foot the bill after Megxit tomorrow?

For the final official day of the royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex wore a customised navy blue midi dress by Stella McCartney. Meghan also wore her Boh Runga Discologo Gold Earrings, which were given to her as a gift from the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, and a traditional necklace

The hidden plastics in YOUR teabags revealed: Twinings, Tetley and Yorkshire Tea ALL contain non-biodegradable materials which could take hundreds of years to decompose, study reveals

She then personally inspected the Yorkshire Tea tube and said ’Please be nothing, please be nothing,’ as she put tweezers into the container. When she pulled out the plastic layer, she added, ’oh no Yorkshire Tea!’ 

The posh guide to lockdown: From needlework to reading Shakespeare, Tatler revels the skills you should learn to emerge from the crisis as an ‘accomplished’ woman

Some of the greats have produced their most famous work during a period of isolation, including William Shakespeare who is believed to have written King Lear while isolating from the Bubonic Plague in the 17th century.