Hang on a minute, where is my Chocolate Buttons Easter Egg and why haven't I been given enough buttered hot cross buns to give Mr Kipling heart-burn? No matter, deprived, mistreated grown-up, just slip a couple of these little treats into your Easter basket to put a wiggle in your tail…
The most incredibly kitsch, brilliant nails from House of Holland for Elegant Touch, guaranteed to spark life into the most strained Easter Sunday lunch with the in-laws. More peas Judy?
House of Holland Kitty Kitsch Nails, £7.99, Boots nationwide and eleganttouch.com
Marc Jacobs has done loads of super cute bunny prints this season. This make-up bag is the perfect home for a powder puff tail.
Marc by Marc Jacobs landscape cosmetics clutch, £59.94, julesb.co.uk
Remind us why we googled bunnies? Now this is going on the lust list too.
Here's how it looks against some incredible legs. Will also look great resting on an incredible bar...
Sadly, these devilishly rich, salty, caramel, balls are very, very bad for children. Shame.
Artistan du Chocolat No1. Sea Salted Caramels, £14.99 Selfridges
Easter Bonnets come in all shapes and sizes. Pick up a trilby with a twist to keep you ahead of the festival crowd while you're sensibly at home on a deckchair in the garden.
1) Colour Block Braid Trilby, £17, Accessorize 2) Floral Print Trilby, £20, Fat Face 3)Navy Dot Straw Trilby, £95, Paul Smith
Anyone for a Chocktail?
How about a wee Obsession to keep you going?
1 tot Amarula
1tot Crème de Cacao (chocolate liqueur)
1tot Disaronno Amaretto
1 tot milk
(all ingredients available in your local supermarket)
Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Shake with ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with grated chocolate. Mars Bar swizzle stick optional.
Happy Easter All!