Are you putting up your Christmas tree this weekend? Perhaps your house was covered in tinsel and baubles the moment Halloween was over?
Traditionally of course, people didn’t put up their tree until Christmas Eve, and took it down on the Twelfth Night, but it seems most of us now make the move at the beginning of December.
In fact, Saturday 8th December is the busiest day in the UK for buying a real tree, according to Dobbies Garden Centre.
And to celebrate the first official ‘Bring your Christmas Tree Home Day’, designer Lee Jackson and gardening expert Louise Golden, share their step-by-step plan for styling the perfect tree.
We've loved all of Holly's I'm A Celebrity outfits, and as we head into the final weekend, Heat’s Laura Puddy recreates our presenter's hottest Jungle looks.
He may have been a part of the Strictly panel for the last 14 years, and appeared on the US version Dancing with the Stars, but Bruno Tonioli says he’s never watched an episode back!
He’s sung, he’s cooked, he’s stripped to his Speedos - and now Nick Knowles is the sixth contestant to be evicted from the I’m A Celeb Jungle.
Fresh from his walk across that bridge, he joins us for an exclusive chat as he reflects on his 18 days in Camp, reveals why he wants Fleur or Harry to win and whether he could score a Christmas No 1!
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without turkey and the trimmings, Father Christmas and his reindeer... and Ruth and her present wrapping technique!
So in keeping with tradition, Ruth demonstrates her foolproof hack - all you need is an ironing board.
You voted it as your favourite Christmas dessert earlier this week - beating Christmas pudding and trifle.
So ask and you shall receive… Phil Vickery is whipping up his perfect party pudding: the classic yule log.
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Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Back in September we promised to find homes for 52 unwanted dogs, and so far we've found 15 out of 20 a loving family. Today we’re meeting Pip Tomson and Claire Bass who helped free nine animals from a dog meat farm in South Korea last month.
Pip has adopted two of the nine - Robin (a Maltese spaniel) and Bindi (a Chihuahua cross), and Claire has taken in Henry the retriever. They’ve brought Henry and Robin along today as we hear more about their plight.