Happy new year!


Happy New Year everyone! Well I have to admit 2018 wasn’t the best start for me with an unplanned stay in hospital but more about that later. I want to know how your Christmas was first? Was it fun, stressful, laid back, crazy or a little bit of everything? I hope you had a nice time whatever you did.

Ours was a little of everything I have to say, the kids were so excited which adds such a lovely element to Christmas now. We had lots planned for them too. For us it all kicked off on the 22nd when my mum came with us to the Pantomime of Sleeping Beauty at Windsor. Gosh this brings back memories of being a child when our Granny would take us, usually to Panto at Wimbledon.

It’s the one thing you can count on not to change isn’t it. You can always depend on sweets being thrown into the crowd, maybe even a water spray and jokes that are just for the grown ups… wink wink nudge nudge! We had an extra treat too as we were invited to a very special meet and greet with the man of the show himself Mr Basil Brush. I mean it doesn’t get more famous than that right?

Boy were my girls happy to meet him, I had been showing them videos on YouTube and Ivy particularly couldn’t wait to see him. ‘He sooooooo funny mummy’ Ivy kept saying followed by her hilarious laugh. We went to his dressing room before the show and got to have a ‘chat’ and give him a stroke behind the ear! Basil even has his own ‘fox flap’ on his dressing room door!

Once the panto was underway, (which by the way was a great production) Ivy was shouting at the stage ‘Basil is my friend’. Gosh she was funny. Tilda loved it all too, Sleeping Beauty is her favourite story and she just loves the dancing. There were some great songs and comedy sketches during the show, most of them including Basil of course!

Afterwards we were very lucky to get an extra treat with Basil and go onto the stage when everyone had left the theatre. It was such an exciting treat for the girls and for me too, they both seemed pretty comfortable up on stage and I wonder if either of them will ever tread the boards. Royal Windsor is a beautiful theatre and it felt very special to see it this way. A massive thank you to Micheal Windsor and my mum for organising it for us.

On Christmas Eve we had family and friends over for drinks and canapés. My lovely cousins came, the oldest of which, Patrick, had just become a father for the first time so it was lovely to celebrate with him. His gorgeous wife was at home with their baby girl for an evening of being looked after by her mum as she wasn’t yet ready to make it out of the house, so we will have to wait a little longer to meet little Ella and have some baby cuddles. My younger cousin rather impressingly smoked his own whole salmon for us which was really gorgeous, and that’s saying something as I don’t normally like it that much.

That evening myself and the girls did one of our Xmas traditions which was to make magic reindeer food. We add sparkles and magic to oats and make a wish with a magic wand and leave it out for Santa and the reindeer by the fireplace with their stockings (obviously not outside as we didn’t want the wildlife to eat the sparkles!).

In the morning you can imagine it was very exciting for the girls, we sat around watching them pull out their presents from Santa along with squeals of delight. After that we went for a walk and then came home to help prepare for Christmas dinner. We save our presents for the evening when we are all together but we did let the girls have a few throughout the day to keep them going.

My mum lays the most beautiful table at Christmas, it’s all red and candle-lit and as we eat around five o’clock, it’s all dark and lovely. She cooked the entire Green Seasons Meat Hamper so that everyone had a choice of either turkey, beef and ham and all the trimmings. It was a real feast, finished off by my aunty’s homemade Irish cream whiskey! Blooming ‘eck, that blew the cobwebs away! We all got very spoilt with our presents and were very grateful for a wonderful day.

On Boxing Day, we went to see the winter lights at Kew Gardens, wow was it magical. Even though it absolutely poured with rain on us we still loved it. The whole walk around the gardens was lit up with the most amazing installations, some of them musical, some seemed to dance across the water. It really was special although we were soaked to the bone when we got round. I’m pretty sure it’s sold out to the end now but if they do it again next year and you are local do book it!

Fast forward to New Year’s Eve and I’m afraid things took a bit of a turn for me. I woke up not feeling great, I had a big bloated tummy and was feeling really rough, I figured it was Christmas catching up on me. The problem being that I was due in to work that evening. Well you CAN’T call in sick on New Year’s Eve can you as everyone would think you were just wanting to party!! So I managed to get myself to work after taking everything I could to help. Charlie and I made it through a two-hour Charlie Bears show which was very entertaining in the end and I managed to forget that I wasn’t feeling that great. I don’t think anyone would have noticed that I wasn’t 100%, well I hope so anyway!

The next day I didn’t feel too bad other than feeling like I had been punched in the stomach and I just carried on with my next shift. Fast forward to the next day and I was starting to feel bad again. I took my mother-in-law out to lunch with the girls and dropped her to the station for her journey home followed by a trip the Oceanarium with the girls. I hadn’t had them on my own for at least 10 days so I really wanted to do something nice with them although I was struggling. ‘Darlings can you go and look at that fish tank while mummy just sits on this chair for a minute’.

By the time we got home I had to put some cartoons on and had to go and lie down… well this turned from a lie down into a call to NHS direct, to an appointment at Poole hospital out of hours triage, to A&E and being admitted for an appendicitis!! Yikes. One of my best friends Becki came to the rescue to take me in as Fred had to stay at home with the girls. She was amazing and stayed ’til 1.30am!

I won’t give you all the gory details but I can tell you it wasn’t fun. The nurses and doctors at Poole Hospital were fantastic. Under-staffed, yes unsurprisingly, but they were all incredible and I would like to thank them here publicly for being superstars. They really do an incredible job and we are so lucky to have them. I shall make sure to be dropping in a big tub of thank you sweets and biscuits as soon as I am back on my feet. I am now at home recovering with the help of my friends and family. I should hopefully be back to work soon.

Other than all of that I thought I would let you know how I have been shaking up my beauty routine for 2018. It was going to be a bit more in depth, but for obvious reasons it’s been shaved down a little! It’s quite simple really, it’s all about skin. Our skin is the starting point for everything. If your skin is tired and dry with layers of dead skin cells then your serums won’t perform, neither will your moisturisers and your make-up will be sitting on top all this not looking it’s best.

This is how my skin has been, unsurprisingly, because winter has a way of leaving it looking dull. So I’m bringing in a few new products to wake it up. I say new, they are products I have used before and I am re-discovering my love for them. Firstly, Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel. This contains natural fruit enzymes to help to exfoliate the skin while smoothing and clarifying. I used to be a fan of hardcore scrubs that blitzed the skin but I am much more kind to myself these days and prefer an exfoliant like this. My skin looks renewed when I use it, currently once sometimes twice a week. You can get this along with Elemis Miceller Water which is the perfect easy make-up remover for when you are in a hurry.

Secondly, to upkeep the maintenance of my skin I am now using the iconic Pixi Glow Tonic in limited edition 500ml salon size to help ‘tone, firm and tighten skin, while removing dead skin cells.’ It has 5% glycolic acid to help give my skin it’s mojo back, plus plenty of botanicals! This is one of those products which always features in beauty articles by editors and the top beauty bloggers and I am now truly understanding why. Having been poorly my skin is in real need of extra help and these two products are certainly pulling their weight.

Those are the two main contenders that I have introduced for 2018 but I’m sure there will be more! I do also want to give a shout out to one more product that was a bit of a saviour for me when I was in hospital. I’m so glad I threw it into my handbag when I left for hospital, I saw it on my dresser and had the sense to grab it as I left as I had a feeling I wouldn’t be coming back that night!! It was Decleor Aurabsolu Refreshing Mist. If you have ever stayed in hospital you know how hot it can be but also how you just don’t feel clean and refreshed. It’s hydrating, so again perfect for when you are extra dehydrated. So this was a real treat that I just spritzed continually during my stay. It also smells like a spa.

Well that’s it from me for this week. I’ve got lots of plans for my blog this year and a few new things I am going to start doing, like my favourite recipes that I am doing at home. Plus one of my goals for the year is to read more so I will let you know what I have been reading along with my favourite beauty and fashion picks form QVC.

I hope you all have had a better start to 2018 than I have, thanks as always for stopping by and reading my blog. Make sure to keep up with me on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Love Katy x x




  1. Diane shaw January 8, 2018 at 3:32 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy happy New year hope you’re feeling better and be back on air soon always enjoy your blog take care love to xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:36 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Diane, I’m feeling much better. Thanks also for reading my blogs xx

  2. Josephine Jennings January 8, 2018 at 3:43 pm -  Reply

    Happy New Year Katy. So sorry about how poorly you’ve been. My advice , give yourself time to get back to full health .

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:36 pm -  Reply

      I will do, I’ve been resting at home and only coming back to work for reduced hours at first xx

  3. Janet Hood January 8, 2018 at 5:19 pm -  Reply

    Oh dear poor you! Wishing you a speedy recovery and a better 2018 than the start of it.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:37 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Janet, it can only get better right? Happy New Year to you x

  4. Sue wilson January 8, 2018 at 6:42 pm -  Reply

    Get well soon Katy look after yourself and rest. Looking forward to your return when your better.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:37 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Sue, hoping to be back for the new weekend fashion slots!x

  5. MELANIE January 8, 2018 at 6:43 pm -  Reply

    I hope you are feeling better soon.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:38 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Melanie, hope you have a good 2018 x

  6. Ildiko Csetfalvi January 8, 2018 at 6:53 pm -  Reply

    All the best and speedy recovery! I know what you going through I been there, it is good you were in good hands.
    Happy new year!

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:39 pm -  Reply

      It’s no fun is it?! I was in great hands though and on the mend. Happy New year x

  7. Melissa Lane January 8, 2018 at 7:09 pm -  Reply

    Aww get well soon Katy. You all look lovely in your Christmas outfits.

    Love Melissa xxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:40 pm -  Reply

      Ah thanks Melissa, I loved the girls in their matching tartan dresses! Happy New Year x

  8. sandra January 8, 2018 at 7:27 pm -  Reply

    get better soon. I really look forward to your blogs Katie , I am sure things will bet better for you soon xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:42 pm -  Reply

      I’m so glad you enjoy reading them Sandra, Happy New Year x

  9. Joanne January 8, 2018 at 8:10 pm -  Reply

    Hi katy.hope you are feeling better now.i love reading your bloggs it brings back happy memories of when my daughter’s were small.Happy new year x

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:45 pm -  Reply

      Ah thanks Joanne, so glad you like them. Happy New Year to you x

  10. Loraine Cunnick January 8, 2018 at 8:11 pm -  Reply

    Oh Katy what a terrible start to the New Year. I am pleased you managed to enjoy Christmas with your beautiful children. I hope you are feeling better very soon. X

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:46 pm -  Reply

      Yes it wasn’t the fresh start I expected that’s for sure! Onwards and upwards though. Hope you had a lovely Xmas and New year x

  11. Nicola Rippon January 8, 2018 at 8:38 pm -  Reply

    So sorry to hear you haven’t been at all well! I agree absolutely about nurses – they are extraordinary. I had to spend a couple of nights’ uncscheduled in hospital a couple of years ago and I could not have been better looked after, had I been a millionaire. Actually, everybody from consultants, through nurses, to radiographers, the chaps delivering meals, cleaners and even the bloke who sold the newspapers. Every one of them was an absolute star. I was really scared, but they were amazing and I never doubted for a minute that they were all there to keep me as safe and well as possible.
    I hope so much that you are all able to put your less than pleasant experience behind you and are soon on the mend.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:47 pm -  Reply

      Indeed, everyone from the janitors to the surgeons were wonderful. They are so precious I wish they were looked after better, let’s hope our hospitals can be sorted xx

  12. Christine pearce January 8, 2018 at 8:59 pm -  Reply

    Get well soon Katy

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:48 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Christine x

  13. Tmcmean January 8, 2018 at 9:52 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy, Get well soon , I am sure your lovely family & friends are spoiling you & looking after you well. I was ten years old when I had my appendix removed. The pain is defiantly unpleasant I can still remember all these years ago.
    You certainly had a magical time with your girls, My husband & I relive the magic with our grandchildren , we have four at the moment our daughter told us last week she is having her second child in July so we are looking forward to welcoming our new baby ….
    Please take care Katy love to you & your family . I look forward to seeing you at work when you are fully fit again …… Tanya x

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:49 pm -  Reply

      Oh my goodness what wonderful news for your family. Kids and grandkids really are a joy even when they are running rings round us! xx

  14. Mrs Judith Dunster January 8, 2018 at 9:54 pm -  Reply

    Hi you take care Katy x

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:50 pm -  Reply

      Many thanks Judith, thanks for reading my blog x

  15. Angie Robinson Brown January 8, 2018 at 10:07 pm -  Reply

    Gosh Katy you have been through the mill huni. They say a bad start has a good ending though so hears hoping that’s you done and it’s all good from here ❤️

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:51 pm -  Reply

      Ooh I like that as a saying. lets hope thats the way it goes. Happy New year xx

  16. Janet Gwynn January 8, 2018 at 11:07 pm -  Reply

    Oh you poor thing, I am glad that you got it sorted out before it become too bad. Take care of yourself, it is not too nice outside ,cold and windy. Lets hope 2018 will be a healthier one for you. Looking forward to you being back at QVC.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:52 pm -  Reply

      I know, the wind has been wild, it felt like it was going to blow the hospital windows in! Thanks for reading and commenting xx

  17. Alyson Johnson January 9, 2018 at 12:03 am -  Reply

    Oh Katy, what a dreadful way to start the new year! I do hope you are back home now and on the road to recovery. Let Fred and your beautiful little girls spoil you for a change. Take care. Looking forward to seeing you back on screen. Best wishes. Alyson x

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:53 pm -  Reply

      I have to admit it’s been a really treat to get to relax in bed, even if it was with an appendicitis! I don’t get to do that very often. Happy new Year Alyson x

  18. Lorraine Rixson January 9, 2018 at 12:44 am -  Reply

    Ooh Katy you poor thing ,I hope you make a speedy recovery+I I’ve to say I watched you+charlie new years eve+I found you both very entertaining, you hid things well,anyway hope to see you back on the box soon? Take care+ Happy new year xx?

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:54 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Lorraine, thankfully Charlie was making me laugh so I managed to forget I was so uncomfortable! Happy New Year to you x

  19. Eleanor McEwan January 9, 2018 at 12:56 am -  Reply

    Aw poor you?,sounds like you’ve been through the mill? It’s never nice to get sick but at that time of the year it must be rough. Hope you feel better soon.

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:54 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Eleanor, Happy New Year x

  20. Alaina Selby January 9, 2018 at 7:20 am -  Reply

    Hiya Katy so glad your on the mend and that you have the girls to lift your spirits. Children are such gifts in times of distress. We had a rather bad 2017 with my partners mum losing her battle with cancer days before xmas and all I can say is thank God for our 2 young grandsons who came to stay with their parents over the holidays.
    So here’s to a better 2018 and fresh starts xxxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:56 pm -  Reply

      I’m so sorry to hear that Alaina, I’m so glad the boys managed to give you something to smile about over Xmas. I hope 2018 is a happier time for you all xx

  21. Helen Heywood January 9, 2018 at 9:20 am -  Reply

    Get well soon xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 11, 2018 at 2:56 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Helen xx

  22. Linda Drake January 9, 2018 at 4:34 pm -  Reply

    Get Well Soon Katie xxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:06 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Linda x

  23. Antoinette Browne January 9, 2018 at 4:57 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy, Happy New year. Glad to know that you are feeling much better. Take care and all the very best. Lots of love. Antoinette.

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:07 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Antoinette, I’m so glad to finally be back at work! x

  24. theresa January 9, 2018 at 5:06 pm -  Reply

    Katy so sorrybto hear about your hospital stay and hope your now on the road to recovery. Looks like you all had a lovely christmas with you lovely daughters and family. I spent christmas with my son and daughter in law but missed my granddaughter who went to Dubia with her other grandma. You take care and get well soon Theresa x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:08 pm -  Reply

      Ah I’m sure you missed her, I hope she had a lovely time in Dubai though. How nice for them to get some winter sun! Thanks for your message, I’m much better xx

  25. Mrs Mair Howell January 9, 2018 at 5:16 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy,sorry to hear that you have been in hospital,but at least you are back home and on the road to recovery.Your little girls will be pleased to have you back in home.Take care and make sure you are well before you get back to work.All the very best to you and Fred and your lovely girls for 2018.Always enjoy watching you on TV,you all seems very friendly on QVC.Best wishes Mair x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:09 pm -  Reply

      Ah thanks for your lovely message Mair, I hope you too have a wonderful 2018 xx

  26. Susan Tweedale January 9, 2018 at 6:10 pm -  Reply

    Hello Katy, firstly thankyou for sharing the lovely photos of your gorgeous family, and beautifully decorated home at Xmas! I’m glad you had a memorable time, though sorry New Year turned out to be memorable for all the wrong reasons! Get well soon xxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:10 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Susan, as much as it wasn’t a fun start it was nice to get some time out to recover and not be in quite so much of a rush. Sometimes your body is telling you to slow down I think. Hope you have a great 2018! x

  27. Geraldine carron January 9, 2018 at 6:28 pm -  Reply

    Katy I hope you get better soon and looking forward to seeing you on air when you are much better

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:12 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Geraldine, I went back to work this weekend and it was lovely to be back but I am still taking it easy and not doing too much x

  28. Margaret adcock January 9, 2018 at 6:50 pm -  Reply

    Get better soon but don’t rush it lots of love xxxx xxxxx xxxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:13 pm -  Reply

      I’m still taking it easy and making sure I don’t take on too much thanks Margaret, it’s been good to slow down a little and not be quite so busy! Happy New year xx

  29. Carolyn Whiter January 9, 2018 at 8:55 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy, a very Happy New Year to you and so sorry you did not have the best of starts but hopefully you will now have a speedy recovery. I loved reading all about the lovely Christmas you had and the fun you have had with your husband beautiful girls. Look forward to your return to QVC. xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:13 pm -  Reply

      Thanks for your lovely message Carolyn, I hope you had a lovely Xmas and New Year and have a great 2018 xx

  30. Jane Duff January 9, 2018 at 9:48 pm -  Reply

    Hope you will soon be feeling much better Katy, your daughters look lovely little girls and I am sure everyone will rally round. Look forward to hearing more of your 2018 plans on your blog this year. My husband and I have both succumbed to Australian flu so our Christmas and New year has not been particularly good either. Best wishes jane

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:15 pm -  Reply

      Oh gosh, I hope you are feeling better too! This flu has been knocking people for six hasn’t it. Let’s hope 2018 is much healthier for the rest of it for us both! x

  31. Shelley Derbyshire January 9, 2018 at 10:08 pm -  Reply

    I hope you feel better soon.
    I have followed you on Instagram ( yay!) As I remember you saying on the Charlie Bear show you wanted more followers ( I’m the woman in the plane whose pic you showed. Thank you so much for that!)

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:16 pm -  Reply

      I remember you, how great to get to fly like that! Thanks so much for following, I do love Instagram! xx

  32. Abby January 10, 2018 at 12:19 am -  Reply

    So sorry you’ve been poorly, I watched your last show on New Years Eve…..such a trooper! Wishing you a speedy recovery…..some ‘retail therapy’ will help!

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:17 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Abby, thank fully the New Year show was such a laugh I forgot how uncomfortable I was! Thanks for your message and for reading my blog x

  33. Loraine Plumb January 10, 2018 at 7:20 am -  Reply

    Hi katy so glad your recovering well didn’t realise you lived in Poole we live in ringwood nice part of the country ,hope you are back on QVC soon best wishes to you and your family love Loraine xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:18 pm -  Reply

      Ah we are practically neighbours! Aren’t we lucky to live in this part of the world. Thanks for messaging x

  34. Theresa Hay January 10, 2018 at 1:51 pm -  Reply

    I love your shows Katy get better soon x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:18 pm -  Reply

      Ah thanks Teresa, so glad you enjoy them. I’m feeling so much better too xx

  35. carol iveson January 10, 2018 at 2:36 pm -  Reply

    hi Katy, i hope you’ll soon be feeling much much better. take things super easy and wishing you a very speedy recovery . carol x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:19 pm -  Reply

      Cheers Carol, I’ve definitely been taking things easier. It’s made me think a lot more about slowing down a bit. Thanks for your message and for reading the blog. Have a great 2018 x x

  36. Angie thorpe January 10, 2018 at 3:12 pm -  Reply

    You poor thing x I watched that NY show and my oh my you were professional would never had guessed you were so poorly x enjoy the recovery side now and let the family pamper you x ?

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:20 pm -  Reply

      It was so much fun with Charlie and reading all the comments from the Charlie Bears fans that I managed to forget about feeling rubbish that night. Thanks for messaging, have a great 2018 x x

  37. violet kenyon January 10, 2018 at 3:41 pm -  Reply

    hope you fell better soon sorry to her about yu going into hosptial take care apll thebest

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:21 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Violet, I feeling so much better now. I hope you had a better start to the year than me! xx

  38. Heather McMillan January 10, 2018 at 4:00 pm -  Reply

    Happy New Year Katy , sorry you’ve been poorly and glad you are on the Mend , Tons of Love x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:22 pm -  Reply

      I am feeling so much better thanks Heather, glad to have bounced back nice and quickly but I’m still taking it easy. Love to you too x

  39. Anne Munro January 10, 2018 at 4:37 pm -  Reply

    Hi Kate, so sorry you have been poorly get well soon xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:22 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Anne, I’m glad to be back on my feet and back to work. I missed it! Hope you are well x

  40. Susan walker January 10, 2018 at 4:57 pm -  Reply

    Get well soon, really love watching you on Q you are a breath off fresh air. Take care Sue. Xxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:23 pm -  Reply

      Ah what a nice message, thank you Sue. I do love being at the Q! xx

  41. Margaret Mitchell January 10, 2018 at 5:22 pm -  Reply

    Poor you,what a horrid end to one year and start of the next! Glad you are home and hope you feel totally well very soon

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:24 pm -  Reply

      I know it wasn’t the nicest start, although the time out to recover was actually quite nice in the end! Hope you had a better start to the year x

  42. audrey buery January 10, 2018 at 7:16 pm -  Reply

    Hi so sorry for you as for your new year show i loved it so much so my partner got me my name sake bear hope you are better soon looking forward to seeing you again love audrey x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:24 pm -  Reply

      Oh how lovely, I’m so glad you got the Audrey bear. What a nice treat to start the year off xx

  43. Karen Hunt January 10, 2018 at 8:24 pm -  Reply

    Bless you Katy, I watched your Charlie Bear show and hadnno idea you were poorly. I hope your recovery goes well

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:25 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Karen, I know it’s so funny to look back and think it was my appendix, I had no idea at that point! x

  44. Jan Beal January 10, 2018 at 9:45 pm -  Reply

    Wish you better soon Kate

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:25 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Jan, have a great 2018 x

  45. Lynne January 10, 2018 at 9:53 pm -  Reply

    Happy New Year!
    You looked lovely on Hogmanay; your outfit was very elegant and you definitely would never have known you weren’t feeling 100%
    Charlie was so funny the way he was going on about ‘Twig’ the Charlie Bear monkey 😉
    Your wee girl (the one with the dark hair) is your spitting image. They both look so cute in their tartan dresses.
    Good to hear you’re now on the mend.
    Looking forward to seeing you back on air in the near future.
    Take care and best wishes, Lynne x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:29 pm -  Reply

      I know Charlie was so funny that night, he definitely had the mischief in him! Yes Tilda really is my mini me, funny how I ended up with one little blond girl too. She looks like me at that age though in the face. I’m glad to be back to work, although I’m taking it easy to start off. Hope 2018 is a great one for you x

  46. Julia January 10, 2018 at 10:28 pm -  Reply

    Hope you feel better soon Katy xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:30 pm -  Reply

      Thank you Julia, hope you had a better start to the year than I did x

  47. Ellen babes January 10, 2018 at 10:33 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy, just a quick post to wish you a speedy recovery. Looking forward to seeing you back at QVC when you are fit and well. Take care x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:31 pm -  Reply

      Ah thanks Ellen, I’m so much better and went back to work this weekend. They reduced my days for a bit just to ease me back in though so that I don’t set myself back too much x

  48. Mrs Dorothy Hollingsworth January 11, 2018 at 12:13 am -  Reply

    Katy what a start to the new year you had but hope all is healing well and you will be up and about soon.Take care don’t do to much lifting or stretching.love & hugs to you xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:33 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Dorothy, I am making sure not to push myself too much and have been taking it easy. I’m so much better though and back to work but making sure I get lots of rest in between x

  49. Louise Sutton January 11, 2018 at 6:19 am -  Reply

    Aaaw lovely Katie. Get well soon lovely.sending hugs and kisses xx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:33 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Louise, thanks for reading my blog. Hope you had a good start to 2018 x

  50. Sue January 11, 2018 at 9:51 am -  Reply

    Aww sorry to hear you’ve been unwell. Same thing happened to me back in October, just out of the blue.
    Looks like you had a fab Xmas time. Little ones make it so special.
    Take care.

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:35 pm -  Reply

      It’s rotten isn’t it, it just comes out of the blue! We did have a lovely Xmas thanks, glad I wasn’t in hospital then! Hope you had a good one too x

  51. Jo January 11, 2018 at 9:47 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy hope you are feeling better soon. We had a bad start to the new year here in Moray Scotland. It has floored me, but today I have started to takes a more positive attitude. Look forward to seeing you on Qvc soon and best wishes for rest of the year. Jo 🙂

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:36 pm -  Reply

      I’m so sorry to hear you had a bad start to the year too, I really hope things get better. Great that you are taking on a positive attitude though, sometimes we just have to don’t we to be able to move forward! Best wishes to you xxx

  52. Sandra hill January 12, 2018 at 8:12 pm -  Reply

    Oh no, you poor girl, I bet it was agony! Get well soon, I always read your blogs, xxx

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:37 pm -  Reply

      It certainly wasn’t fun. I was lucky though as it didn’t rupture as I hear that’s excruciating! I’m so much better now though, Thanks so much for being a regular reader off my blogs. Have a great 2018 xx

  53. Dawn Tindle January 13, 2018 at 2:48 pm -  Reply

    I was wondering where you were. Sorry you not been good at the start of NY2018. Speedy recovery and take care.

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:38 pm -  Reply

      Thanks Dawn, not a great start but hopefully it can only get better! Hope 2018 is a great one for you x x

  54. Ali Carr January 14, 2018 at 9:07 am -  Reply

    Happy New year Katy. Glad your on the mend & look forward to seeing you back on qvc x

    • Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:39 pm -  Reply

      Cheers Ali, I’m glad to be back at work. The time off was great to recover but I have to admit I got a bit bored!! Happy New year to you too xx

  55. Vania Burnell January 14, 2018 at 4:51 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy
    Lovely to see you back on QVC. Dont rush yiur recovery though. Travelling to and fron work will also take its toll. Best wishes for 2018 x

    • Katy Pullinger January 20, 2018 at 8:07 am -  Reply

      You are absolutely right, the travel can get tiring but I stay at my parents whenever I can so not to have to do the long drive every time. Best wishes for 2018 to you too Vania x

  56. Elizabeth keenan January 15, 2018 at 11:37 am -  Reply

    Hiya Katy
    Sorry to here you were in hospital, not a New Years resolution you would want, at least thankfully you are on the mend
    It was good you had a lovely time over Christmas with the girls & family.
    As always Katy gorgeous pics & table looked AMAZING.
    You take care, get well soon.
    Much love
    Elizabeth ?

    • Katy Pullinger January 20, 2018 at 8:08 am -  Reply

      Ah thanks Elizabeth, I shall tell my mum you were impressed with her Christmas table. Hope you have a fabulous 2018 xx

  57. Katy Pullinger January 15, 2018 at 12:40 pm -  Reply

    You are absolutely right, the travel can get tiring but I stay at my parents whenever I can so not to have to do the long drive every time. Best wishes for 2018 to you too Vania x

  58. Joanna B January 21, 2018 at 3:06 pm -  Reply

    Hi Katy

    So sorry to hear you have been poorly. How traumatic for you to have surgery.

    I agree 100 0/0 about how wonderful the NHS is. My Dad suffered a cardiac arrest in October + spent 4 weeks in ICU. The staff at his hospital were truly inspiring, so dedicated and caring.

    I hope you are feeling back in top form. It is great to have you back : )

    Take care Joanna xx

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