The super-stylist knows how to hide our post-baby lumps and bumps and we love him for it. Seems the feeling’s mutual!
We ran into Lorraine at the London Toy Fair. She told us she used to buy PPP when her daughter was little. “It kept me sane. It’s proper common sense, not faddy,” she added.
Cue mega excitement when a letter from Number 10 arrived at PPP HQ!
The former Spice Girl and mum to Scarlet, 2, is blown away by PPP’s big birthday.
The former Eastenders actress will star in a film version of Great Expectations later this year. But her parenting expectations are a little more down-to-earth.
PPP was the first magazine Annabel wrote for 20 years ago. We’re thrilled she’ll be sharing her yummy recipes with PPP readers in 2012.
Disney animator Glen Keane
Glen created Ariel, so we were super excited when he drew a very special birthday message for PPP. Read our interview with Glen.
Children’s author Jacqueline Wilson certainly didn’t have writer’s block when she penned this b’day message! “It’s great that parents have a wonderful magazine to reassure them,” she wrote.
Supernanny Jo Frost
Jo might be based in the US these days, but she’s still a fan of PPP. We love her creative b’day card.
The Dragon’s Den runner-up and mumprenuer wrote that PPP was her “bible during pregnancy”.
Awww, thanks Elen! The WAG and mum-of-two shares the love.
Dr Miriam Stoppard
Parenting guru Miriam Stoppard is a regular contributor to PPP and has been sharing her own brand of trustworthy advice for over 25 years.
PPP’s resident columnist takes time out from her busy schedule as a TV star and mum of two to wish us all the best. Thanks Angela, we appreciate the thought 🙂