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Natalie Brown

Freelance journalist & blogger

Location icon United Kingdom

Specialisms: Real life, parenting, lifestyle, health, fitness, business, food & drink
As seen in: Mail Online, The Sun, Fabulous Digital, Woman's Own, The Mirror, Mother & Baby, The Grocer & more

The Grocer
Natural Power

Eggs are among the foods shouting about their naturally high protein content - giving bars and shakes some fresh competition

Woman's Own
Let's talk about sex

It’s a chat many parents avoid with their children – but it could be one of the most important things you teach them

The Grocer
The lipstick effect

Boris Johnson promised a no-deal wouldn’t affect Mars bars, but other Brexit concerns have driven up sales of sugar confectionery

The Grocer
Playing chicken

As Boris Johnson et al threaten a no-deal Brexit, the EU standoff is putting one British tradition on the line: the chicken dinner

The Grocer
The lunchbox police

Schools are increasingly policing kids’ lunchboxes. With jam sandwiches and biscuit bars out, what can brands do to adapt?

Mail Online
Mother launches a 'Mummy Concierge' service

Mummy Concierge service for new and expectant mothers Tiffany Norris, 39, from Chipping Norton, caters for her clients every whim Services can include 24/7 bump support and filling hospital rooms with flowers Former Made in Chelsea star Tabitha Willett is among Tiffany's celebrity clients Testing buggies on snow, filling hospital rooms with flowers and pre-interviewing nannies might not sound like top of the to-do list when you're about to give birth, but for this 'mummy concierge' no detail...

Mail Online
Drop a dress size eating like a French lady

Natalie Brown, 38, from East Sussex did Dietbon plan to shift her 'mum tum' The gourmet diet meals delivery plan only features French food She lost 9lbs and two inches from her waist in four weeks by eating crepes French women are known for their slim figures, despite their fondness for cheese, croissants and wine, and the secret to their trim waistlines has long been a subject of fascination.

Prince George's christening: We are just like royalty with our very own hand-me gowns

When Amie Pascoe placed her eight-month-old daughter Imogen on the bed and watched as her mum and gran carefully dressed the tot for her christening, she had good reason to be nervous. Imogen would be wearing the family's 129-year-old cotton broderie anglaise christening gown, first worn by her great-great-granddad Preston Charles Davis in 1884.

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