Could your baby be Annabel Karmel’s 2017 Cookbook cover star?

Could your baby be Annabel Karmel’s 2017 Cookbook cover star?

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Could your baby be a cover star?

Does your little one have a beaming smile that melts the hearts of family, friends and even strangers?

Annabel Karmel is looking for a superstar baby to grace the cover of her 2017 cookbook.

This year, baby Freddie took centre stage as the face of Annabel’s New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner 25th Anniversary edition cookbook – a world-bestseller which has sold over 4 million copies.

If you think your little one has what it takes to be crowned Annabel’s 2017 cover star for her newest cookbook gem, you can enter for your chance to win superstardom for your baby.

Annabel Karmel is looking for a baby aged between 5 months and 14 months who enjoys their food and loves being in front of the camera.

Four finalists will be chosen by Annabel Karmel and her publishing team to be whisked off for a professional photoshoot on Wednesday 14th December 2016. One photogenic finalist will then be chosen as the cover star, with the three runners-up featuring inside the book.

All four finalists will get the chance to meet Annabel, take home a stack of goodies, receive professional photos from the day as keepsakes and be the first to receive personally signed copies of the book.

Click here to enter the Annabel Karmel cover star competition!

If you are chosen as a finalist, you and your child must be able to attend the photoshoot on Wednesday 14th December 2015 in Surrey.  Reasonable travel costs will be covered.

Good luck!

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