We all know mums are amazing but, if we’re honest with ourselves, we probably take them for granted a lot of the time.
That’s why Mother’s Day is one of the most important days in the year. Why? Because we get to show our mum just how much we appreciate her and let her be the spoiled one for a change!
Whether it’s your birth mother, adopted parent, grandparent or any other influential woman in your life, Mother’s Day lets us take a moment to reflect on the love, support and sometimes sacrifices these women have made for us.
At PS… we know being a mum is a huge job. Mothers raise their children, love and support them, while also juggling daily life and more often than not, a career.
We know there are so many to choose from but, to honour Mums around the world, we’ve highlighted just a few inspiring mums who managed to achieve something spectacular while raising
Remember too that you can celebrate Mother’s Day at Princes Square over the weekend of the 30th and 31st of March by enjoying a special afternoon tea in the famous Princes Square courtyard – we’ve transformed it into a beautiful indoor spring garden for the weekend.
You could make a day of it by spending time exploring some of our amazing retailers before sitting down to delicious sandwiches and cakes in a stunning setting.
The cost per person is £19.95 or £22.95 with a glass of fizz.
To book a place then please visit: http://bit.ly/MothersDayatPrincesSquare
A two time Nobel Prize winning scientist, Curie was unable to attend university in her native Poland due to her gender so she moved to Paris to continue her education. Founding two new radioactive elements, her research was instrumental in the development of X-rays and using radiation in modern medicine, thus saving millions of lives. She did all this while raising two daughters. (Read more on Wikipedia)
Entrepreneur, environmental campaigner and philanthropist, Anita Roddick was an ethical beauty pioneer who founded The Body Shop and turned it into a global brand. She set up the first Body Shop in Brighton in 1976 with the help of a loan hoping to provide an income for her and her two daughters while her husband was abroad. By 1991 she had 700 stores and the brand continued to thrive. Before her death in 2007, she donated her £51 million fortune to charity. (Read more on Wikipedia)
With 23 tennis Grand Slams singles titles under her belt, Serena is often said to be the greatest tennis player of all time. Who else can say they won the Australian Open while pregnant?! But after becoming a mum in 2017, her legacy took on even more importance. From talking publicly about the pressures of being a mother, promoting body positivity and sharing the story of the complications she faced after giving birth, she also acknowledged the importance of taking time after welcoming a child before she began competing again. (Read more on Wikipedia)