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I’d like to believe every kitchen in the land is going to either be closed this Sunday, or there’ll be family members cooking WITHOUT mum’s help! I know my kitchen is going to be well and truly missing my culinary contribution.
I shall be relaxing on the day itself, and will probably have my own mother over to come and relax with me and her grandchildren. My mother, being the character she is, will definitely take up the invitation. But I KNOW she’ll do one of two things; she’ll either cook at her house before she comes over to mine, OR she’ll just take over my kitchen – because it would feel totally strange for her not to be in the kitchen! The long and short is, she’ll be happy, and that’s what matters.
So what will make your mum happy this Sunday??
- Having the family over?
- A house full of noisy children?
If cooking at home doesn’t take your fancy, and you want to get out and about in London this Mother’s Day, I can highly recommend booking a Red Letter Day experience where you can choose fabulous days out such as a fancy afternoon tea at Kensington Palace.
Ronan Keating will also be doing a special Mother’s Day show on Magic 105.4 in the afternoon on Sunday, perfect to relax to if you’re driving around town or putting your feet up after a wonderful home cooked meal (like me).
For your chance to win £100 gift cards with Red Letter Days, visit www.magic.co.uk/win.