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'I got beauty tips from royal make-up artist Hannah Martin on this Mediterranean wellness cruise’

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How much time do you spend on yourself? If your answer is the same as mine, one of the newly launched P&O Wellbeing and Lifestyle cruises could be just what you need.

Onboard are a variety of ways to nurture your physical and mental wellbeing, including expert workshops hosted by TV presenter and health advocate Cherry Healey and This Morning's fashion stylist Kat Farmer.They’re joined by special guests including make-up artist to the stars and OK!

Beauty Box collaborator Hannah Martin, and Davina McCall’s former personal trainer, Sarah Gorman.The sessions focus on mind and body, wardrobe and skincare essentials, and breathwork and sleep, showing that small changes to a daily routine can make a big difference.That’s on top of the beautiful destinations you’ll get to visit.

Plus, if you book a cruise departing from Southampton, you have limitless luggage allowance... in go that extra pair of shoes!

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