Motherhood Unedited: AlexandAlexa launch influencer Youtube series

The brilliant luxury kids’ clothing retailer AlexandAlexa have turned their talents to video with their Motherhood Unedited series. Presented by supermum Chloe Forde, the first episode of the series dropped last week with Peanut founder Michelle Kennedy talking all things tech, motherhood and finding your ‘mum crew’. Here we reveal who’s up next in the inspirational mum exposé series.

Michelle Kennedy, Peanut founder

Michelle Kennedy is the brains behind Peanut, the amazing app helping to bring mums together. Dubbed the ‘Tinder for Mums’, Peanut has been hailed as one of the number one ways of making friends with other new mums. In AlexandAlexa’s first video, Michelle talks about the frustration of not being able to find her ‘mum crew’ and how this led to her creating Peanut, a place for mums to connect and help each other.

Beth Bentley, Young Gums author

Author Beth Bentley has helped us all out with her fantastic weaning guide Young Gums. The booked is filled with fun and realistic recipes for weaning. The book was inspired by Beth finding that, while weaning her own daughters, there was so much conflicting advice out there.  In the second video of the series, Beth talks all about food, starting her Instagram account and getting signed for a book deal.

Watch the video here

Jenny Scott, Mothers Meeting founder

Founder of the creative network Mothers Meeting, Jenny Scott has made a name for herself connecting women who happen to be mothers with brands and projects that are right for them. Jenny is a down-to-earth influencer who tells it how as it is when it comes to motherhood.

Video coming soon

Candice Braithwaite, Make Motherhood Diverse founder

Candice is presenter and writer, as well as the founder of Make Motherhood Diverse. Her Make Motherhood Diverse initiative aims to encourage a more diverse and accurate depiction of motherhood in the media. Candice’s Motherhood Unedited video delves into the world of influencers and the lack of representation of minorities.

Video coming soon

Sarah Clark, founder of Little Spree

Sarah Clark founded her online shopping blog Little Spree in 2011. It’s a place for dressing and styling your children without going overboard on spending. Sarah has been working in the fashion industry for over 15 years and is currently Fashion Editor at Large for The Telegraph’s Stella magazine. Sarah tells Motherhood Unedited all about her life with twins and how expensive it can become.

Video coming soon

Holly Scarsella, founder of Pampelone

Holly Scarsella is the founder of Pampelone, a resort brand that is effortlessly stylish and an embodiment of St Tropez. Pamplelone aims to fill the gap between high end and high street without compromising quality or style. Holly tells Motherhood Unedited about travelling with a baby and the importance of being prepared.

Video coming soon

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