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Kirstie Allsopp's family favourite banana cake 🍌

She’s known as the queen of property, but now Kirstie Allsopp, a self-confessed non cook has relocated from the housing market into our kitchen. Her new no nonsense recipe book focuses on feeding friends, family and fussy children - something she’s learnt from being a mum of two sons and two step-sons.

Kirstie is baking a family favourite, banana cake, which her children made for her birthday last week.

We put foundations to the test in September's Beauty Edit

From what’s hot in the world of beauty to a sneak peek of our exclusive interview with Victoria Beckham, our gal in the know Bryony Blake has all the top tips for autumn.

Plus we invite bloggers Pixiwoo to give their opinion on the latest innovative foundations to hit the shelves this month.

Could living a Lykke life be the key to happiness?

Hygge (pron: hue-guh) was the trend of the year, but now the Danes are all into Lykke (pron: Luu-Kah). Meik Wiking, the man behind it all, has written The Little Book of Lykke, which translates as happiness.

The Danes supposedly live in the world’s happiest country and have managed to find the right work/life balance. So how can we be more like them?

As the summer holidays draw to a close and life returns to normal, Alison Hammond meets the Danish author who says he has the secret to finding happiness when it comes to money, health and kindness.

Mo and Tania Farah: We're moving back to Britain!

The most beautiful thing was having my wife and family on the track with me. In 2012, the twins were in Tania’s tummy!

– Mo Farah

He’s the county’s most successful long-distance runner and today Sir Mo Farah and wife Tania joined Holly and Phillip for an exclusive joint interview - their first together since Mo announced his retirement from track events, to focus his training on marathons.

The Olympic gold medallist and his wife revealed they are planning to move back to the UK from the USA - where they’ve been living to help with Mo’s gruelling training regime.

Tania admitted: “We are talking about moving back. It will probably be sooner than we initially planned. We don’t want to go back to America, we love it here so much.”

Speaking about his silver medal at the World Athletics Championships, Mo confessed: “I wanted the gold. It would have been nice to come home with two gold medals! It was very emotional at the time. The 10k was really hard.”

But he added that despite this disappointment, it was an amazing way to end his glittering track career.

Sun, sea and seniors... in Ibiza!

The party island of Ibiza has long been known as the holiday destination of the young, but travel agencies now are reporting that the an increasing number of over-30s are elbowing out the youngsters to get their towels on the sun beds.

Keen to get down with the kids and find out just why it's the place to be, Amanda Barrie and Sherrie Hewson decided to take a trip there themselves.