Treat your mum this Mother’s Day by entering our £15,000 competition to win a once-in-a-lifetime cruise
IF you think you have the best mum in the world this is your chance to give her a special “thank you” with a prize worth £15,000.
Today, we’re launching Mum Idol, celebrating ordinary mothers who do extraordinary things with one deserving winner getting a once-in-a-lifetime cruise, a VIP pamper day at an A-list hair salon, a slap-up bottomless brunch and a professional photoshoot.
We want to hear from YOU.
Do you know a mum, grandmother or even foster mum who has gone that extra mile?
Maybe she has sacrificed her dreams for those of her children or dealt with illness or tragedy.
Our lucky winner will enjoy a 14-night, all-inclusive Mediterranean cruise aboard Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess (www.princess.com), for up to two adults and two children and worth up to £11,000.
The winner will experience the best of The Med, exploring ports like the vibrant Spanish cities of Seville and Malaga and culture-rich Corsica and Lisbon.
Eithne Williamson, Vice President, Princess Cruises UK and Europe said: “We’re really excited to partner with The Sun on Sunday to offer one of our incredible, award-winning cruises to a very deserving mother.”
The winner will enjoy a £3,000 photoshoot package, £700 worth of hair and beauty pampering at award-winning salon, Inanch London (www.inanch.com), with top celebrity hairstylist Inanch Emir and a slap-up meal for up to four adults, with unlimited Veuve Clicquot champagne, at London’s world-famous Shangri-La at The Shard, courtesy of leading booking site Bottomlessbrunch.com, worth over £550.
HOW TO ENTER
NOMINATE your mum, or an amazing mum you know, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with “Mum Idol” in the subject line telling us, in no more than 200 words, why you believe she is a super mum along with a photo.
Include your name, address and contact number along with the name of the mum you are nominating.
The nominated mum must be based in the UK or Ireland.
Full T&Cs apply. See: thesun.co.uk/administration/21759212/mumidol