Product news News & Gossip Valentine's Day gifts - Just the two of you Treat you and your partner to something extra special this Valentine's day with these romantic gifts to get your heart racing 1 of Ad break It takes two...Want more than heart shaped balloons and 'I Love You' teddy bears this Valentine's? Why not look outside the box and find your inner romantic... If you or your partner are looking for something ultra special and want to spend quality time together, there are loads of last minute deals to the city of love, or you could treat yourselves to pampering sessions that'll get you both relaxed and ready for some loving. MFM have found the best things to do and buy this Valentine's for the two of you... without the children Pamper meChoose from over 250 locations around the UK and treat you and your partner to a day of relaxing and much needed pampering. Price includes all over body massages, facials, manicures and use of the spas facilities. Bliss. Lovers pamper day, £205.95, Lastminute.com. Double the funNo need to argue over who has the most blanket - just invest in a 'slanket' for two! Great for a cosy night in... Double Slanket, £49.99, Iwantoneofthose.com. Tea time! Get all traditional and host your own tea party for two! This kitsch tea set comes with two cups and saucers, plates, cupcake recipe cards and adorable vintage inspired napkins. Get the pinky finger at the ready! Tea for Two set, £25, Breadcrumb. Continue slideshow > Oh la laWhisk your partner to the city of love that is Paris and lunch on a cruise along the river Seine. Board your bespoke trip on the Eurostar and dine through 3 courses, taking in the view of Paris. Then finish your cruise underneath the Eiffel tower and wander the streets until the evening, full of love. Lunch for two in Paris, £448.95, GettingPersonal.co.uk. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Harry Kane, Kate Goodland and child - family facts Katie Piper opens up about her post-baby body - 6 months after having Penelope Cough syrup recalled over warning that one of its ingredients goes mouldy Katie Piper combats mum guilt: 'I'm certainly not gonna torture myself over things'