1. The fanciest birthday cake on Instagram today belongs to Kelsey Lee Clarke.
On the weekend, we can confirm with no certainty whatsoever that thousands of people around the world celebrated a birthday.
Most likely, this would have involved the popping of party poppers, the receiving of presents, and above all else… the eating of cake.
But of all the hundreds of birthday cakes that were consumed, the fanciest belonged to Kelsey Lee Clarke.
What a spectacular day to celebrate our little Angels 2 years on this wonderful land. I absolutely love to make a fuss & spend time decorating to make her feel special, but it could not have been without the help and love from these talented friends & stars! SWIPE :star: Food @chargrillcharlies Cake @pasticceria_caruso decorated by Mumma! :wink: Flowers @katiebloomflowers Desserts @littledessertco_ Cupcakes @thecupcakeprincess_sydney Cookies @cookie_smashed @sweeteventstylingbythanhtran for loaning the gold ware. Huge thanks to my sister for helping me put it all together & my wonderful friend Sam. @danielleelkorr for the amazing balloon gift :balloon: So much love from everyone for our Bella @michaelclarkeofficial #birthdayparty I’m wearing @pasduchas
The daughter of Australian cricketer, Michael Clarke and lifestyle entrepreneur, Kyly Clarke celebrated her second birthday on Sunday with the best bloody cake we’ve ever seen.
It had Smarties. It had macaroons. And a block of white chocolate, and lolly pops, and other edible fairy floss things we can’t identify but would really love to eat.
And just to make us feel even more inadequate, Kyle decorated it herself.
Here’s hoping we’re invited to the party next year.
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2. Carrie Bickmore can’t keep her plants alive either, comes up with genius solution.
Give Carrie Bickmore a Nobel Peace Prize because she has just saved many an indoor plant from death by over-watering, under-watering, and general negligent care.
Admitting to being a serial plant killer, turns out it’s not just you, The Project host shared a very easy hack on Instagram, that will have slightly mad that you didn’t think of it sooner.
“Buy a plastic plant and put real soil in the pot and everyone will think it’s real!” she said.