Photos: © Tim Robberts/Getty Images and South_Agency/Getty Images

Seven great tech gifts for your mom this Mother's Day

If there's one thing that the pandemic has given us, it's the ability to become better acquainted with home – and consequently, the technology we use to maintain it.

Photo: © George Pimentel/Getty Images

'It is tough and exhausting sometimes': Shantelle Bisson shares her top piece of parenting advice

In her new book, 'Raising Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool,' Shantelle serves up lessons she's learned, with advice spanning from the early days of pregnancy to the reality of dealing with teenage daughters in the social media age.

<p><a href="/tags/0/prince-louis/"><strong>Prince Louis</strong></a> of Cambridge came into the world on St. George's Day, his mom <a href="/tags/0/kate-middleton/"><strong>Duchess Kate</a></strong>'s reported due date, and the little brother to <a href="/tags/0/prince-george"><strong>Prince George</strong></a> and <a href="/tags/0/princess-charlotte"><strong>Princess Charlotte</strong></a> was cute as a button – despite being the <a href=/tags/0/prince-william><strong>Prince William</a></strong> and Kate's largest baby to date at 8 lbs 7 oz!</p>
<p>The little one's full name, Louis Arthur Charles, is steeped in significance. Louis pays tribute to his great-grandfather <a href=/tags/0/prince-philip><strong>Prince Philip</strong>'s great-uncle, <strong>Earl Mountbatten</strong>, who was killed in 1979 by the IRA. The name, which is of French and German origin and means "renowned warrior," is one of William and Prince George’s middle names.
<p><strong>Click through to see all of the sweetest photos of Prince William and Kate's third child...</strong>
<p>Photo: &copy; Getty Images

Prince Louis of Cambridge's most adorable moments

William and Kate's third child is following in his siblings' too-cute footsteps

<strong>Adapted from <a href="/magazine/679">Issue 679</a> of <i>HELLO! Canada</i></strong>
<p><strong>By Alison Eastwood</strong>
<p>Slipping out onto the expansive deck of her Blue Mountain home with its endless, idyllic landscape, <i>Dateline</i> correspondent <strong>Andrea Canning</strong> is the picture of serenity – for about 60 seconds, until our conversation is punctuated by one curious child after another squeezing through the screen doors in search of Mommy.
<p>No interruption fazes the Canadian-born 46-year-old mother of six, who remains unruffled despite the fact that she hasn’t had a chance to fix her hair and makeup (she does it herself) or even change her clothes ahead of our imminent photo shoot. Not to worry, though – we can tell Andrea is one of those people who rolls out of bed looking effortlessly camera-ready, just like the characters in her favourite 1990s show, <i>Melrose Place</i> (these days, she has <strong>Heather Locklear</strong> on speed dial).
<p>As she gently shoos a child away yet again – “No, we can’t play music outside!” – we discuss the challenges of keeping a half-dozen kids occupied at any given time.
<p>“I’ve lost count of how many iPads I have!” Andrea jokes.
<p>Or maybe she’s not joking. She and her husband of 11 years, Lt.-Col. <strong>George Anthony “Tony” Bancroft</strong> of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, are parents to Anna, 10, Charlie, 9, Kiki, 7, Georgia, 5, Elle, 4, and three-month-old George, Jr. – a.k.a. Tripp (their only son, conceived via IVF). And although they’re model children, they’re also, well, kids. Shortly before our photo shoot, in fact, tiny Elle took scissors to her own hair! Andrea and Tony take it all in stride.
<p>“It’s a lot of work, but we don’t care. We love it,” she says. “Our motto is, ‘Just roll with it.’”
<p>Earlier this year, Andrea invited <i><strong>HELLO! Canada</i></strong> into her Blue Mountain home. Click through the gallery to see the best photos from our day with her, along with some key insights into her life – and how she raises six kids!
<p>Photo: © Constant Van Ruymbeke/HELLO! Canada

'Dateline' correspondent Andrea Canning on raising six kids, her viral Charlie Sheen interview and what she misses most about Canada

Earlier this year, Andrea invited HELLO! Canada into her Blue Mountain home.

Show more news

Mother and baby