Mother’s Day Event 2020- #canceleverything

Update 12th March 2020, due to the current Coronavirus situation we have decided to cancel the event #canceleverything to prevent spread of the virus. We hope you understand this. Thank you for your continuous support. Stay safe.


Kensington Mums are excited to host another Mother’s day event at the beautiful 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel as we present three inspiring women as our special guest speakers. Join us Saturday 21st of March 2020 to celebrate a special day together with other like minded Mothers and friends and be empowered by our speakers Louise Boyce, Bettina Campolucci and Mariko Kuo.

Motherly needs, a concierge service for mothers will also be offering complimentary Massage and Facial Treatments.  Secure your booking in advance with Kensington Mums – the perfect treat! 

Meet our guest speakers

Louise Boyce

Hello…I’m Louise aka Mama Still Got It

I’m a mother of three, a model for 25 years, blogger, podcaster and campaigner.

Being a mother is tough (this is no joke) and sometimes we can feel like we’ve lost our sparkle and identity.

My modelling career will always rely on how I look, so over the years my love for skincare, general well-being, fashion and cosmetics has been a passion of mine that has evolved (as I have too). Taking care of myself inside and out is part of my job description and something I like to share with other women. To be able to remind them that under all this motherhood we are still fabulous – That you’ve still got it!

Bettina Campolucci

Bettina Campolucci Bordi was born in Denmark but brought up in Tanzania to a Norwegian father and Danish-Bulgarian mother. After working in the food industry for 10 years, Bettina found her love in mindful retreats and the healing power of food. Bettina always utilities local and seasonal produce regardless if she is cooking in London for her friends and family or abroad at one of her retreats. Bettina lives by the motto that: we should all eat seasonally, locally and from farm to table as much as we can; we should support small businesses within our communities and those around us; we should use roots, shoots and all. Cooking waste-free is particularly important to her, and she lets the vegetables do the talking – the best plant food is fuss-free, simple, easy, inexpensive and speaks for itself. Her love for this led to her founding her wildly successful blog, Bettina’s Kitchen, and writing her first book, Happy Food and her second The 7 Day Vegan Challenge, which has just launched on the 26th December 2019 and perfectly encompasses her ethos for delicious fuss-free food and encouraging everyone to try plant-based food a meal at a time.

Mariko Kuo

Born and raised in Japan, Mariko moved to London at the age of 18 with the goal of exploring the world. Mariko who juggles blogging with being a mother and a
lawyer, founded her blog as a creative outlet from her professional career and a way to express her love of fashion, travel and design. Known for her beautiful editorial imagery and contemporary hi-lo styling, Mariko offers a sophisticated and unique approach to everyday looks with a particular focus on workwear and dressing for success. Since the arrival of her daughter, Ayame, Mariko’s blog has evolved to discussing issues surrounding motherhood from her breastfeeding experience to returning back to the office after maternity leave