She was a mum so she cooked out of necessity rather than pure pleasure.
It has since emerged, however, that Kate actually bought the dress herself in 2008, and it was she who lent it to her mum in 2010.
mum Sonia has probably picked the wrong child to push into politics—and this may cost the party at the elections.
Screenwriter Tony Briggs and his ‘mum’ talk about the true events that inspired the story.
Zara's allowed to do things like this because her mum very wisely renounced her HRH on her behalf.
You were the little clerk who sat so mum in the corner, and then cried fy on the gleeman.
"Good evening, mum," he said, as he ran to the door and held it open.
Mebbe we may take a notion to drop in on ye bime by; with thanks, mum, we now sagaciate.
"Yes, mum," replied Jane, who was friendly with Giles' housekeeper.
You did right to take this out, mum, when the fly went to the stables.
"be silent," 1560s, from Middle English mum, mom (late 14c.), inarticulate closed-mouth sound, indicative of unwillingness or inability to speak. As an adjective meaning "secret" from 1520s. Phrase mum's the word is first recorded 1704.
abbreviation of chrysanthemum, first attested 1915 in the jargon of gardeners.