Celebrity guide to parenting When it comes to being a parent, the celebs have some interesting techniques. Here’s their guide to being a mum in the limelight... 1 of Ad break Step 1Carry your baby at all times - even after searching high and low for the perfect buggy - to be just like Victoria Beckham. Step 2Take your kids on holiday more times than they can count throughout the year like Coleen Rooney for, er, education sandcastle building lessons? Step 3Don’t make do with kids’ cartoons or craft to keep them entertained. Join the likes of Jessica Alba and take your children for mani-pedis! Step 4Embarrass your children in bizarre fancy dress outfits, like Tori Spelling, to ensure they’re in the limelight early on. Continue slideshow > Step 5Don’t choose a regular name for your child, oh no! You’ve got to pick the weirdest one you can think of – just like Natalie Portman and Aleph. Or Alicia Silverstone and Bear Blu. Or… Step 6Give in to your daughter wearing high heels pretty much as soon as she’s learnt to walk, a la Katie Holmes. Peep-toes in the pouring rain are optional. Step 7Dress your kids like they’re heading for the catwalk at ALL times in order to get Gwen Stefani’s seal of approval. Step 8Use your own projects to introduce your kids to showbiz early on, like Emma Bunton. Son Beau is modelling her own clothing range. Continue slideshow > Step 9Like Holly Willoughby, ensure everyone knows you’ve had a restless night’s sleep due to your baby so no one can tell you it’s easy being a famous mum. Step 10Moan that you can’t find a toy to ‘no one in particular’ (wink wink) until the company sends you a free one. Hey, if it’s good enough for Amanda Holden… By Emma Daly Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Frankie Bridge tells Wayne off after his I'm A Celeb sex comments Christmas Eve box - enchanting trend or just more pressure? Keira Knightley: How I’ll get my 19-month-old to sit still this Christmas Have you ever parked on zig zag lines to drop your kids to school?