Welcome to The Lightbox, your weekly roundup of what we’re talking about at YOU by our very own Editorial Assistant, Charlotte Vossen. This week, we’re sipping rosé prosecco, watching The Flight Attendant on Sky One and cracking open mystic Easter eggs.
Indulge: Deliveroo x Mystic Meg Easter egg
Deliveroo has teamed up with astrologer Mystic Meg to put an Easter spin on the classic fortune cookie. The result is an indulgent chocolate egg that will reveal a small slip of paper with a prediction for 2021 inside, once cracked open. Available in a creamy milk chocolate and vegan-friendly dark chocolate, the Easter eggs are hand-painted in hues of teal, purple and gold. Delivery for the spellbinding chocolate treats – priced at £2.21 each to represent the year – is free, but it’s worth noting the stock is limited, so you better open the app stat.
Watch: The Flight Attendant on Sky One
After premiering in the US on HBO at the end of last year, the dark comedic thriller finally landed on Sky One in the UK earlier this month – and it was worth the wait. Flight attendant Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) finds herself at the scene of a murder when she wakes up in a Bangkok hotel room next to the dead body of first class passenger Alex Sokolov (Michiel Huisman), whom she drunkenly spent the night with. What follows is a series of ill-advised decisions as she tries to remember what happened that fateful night.
Drink: The Emissary’s rosé prosecco
Everyone’s favourite wine to sip throughout the summer months earned a bubbly update last May when the Italian government finally approved the production of rosé prosecco. Supermarket Aldi was quick to put the sparkling pink drink on their shelves, and now The Emissary is the first independent British label to release a rosé prosecco. Pale in colour and crisp in taste, the sparkling wine is light and easy to drink – on top of that, it’s also 100 per cent vegan, low in sugar and sustainably produced. £14.99, The Emissary
Try: Outdoor sports
With the lockdown restrictions on outdoor sports facilities lifted, it’s time to dust off your tennis racket and head back to your local court. You can even sign up for a game of doubles, thanks to the rule of 6. While it’s well-known outdoor sports can majorly improve your physical and mental health, it’s also just a fun and Covid-friendly way to catch up with friends. Other sports facilities that have safely reopened their doors include football and cricket pitches, basketball courts, outdoor swimming pools, golf courses and sailing clubs.
Splurge: Astrid & Miyu’s Easter sale
Demi-fine jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu is celebrating the Easter bank holiday with 15 per cent off everything – all you need to do use the code ‘EASTER15’ at checkout. As one of our go-to labels for stackable ear candy, the London-based brand is known for its dainty, timeless earring collection. Currently, we have our eyes on the baguette pieces from the Aurora collection. You can either wear the crystal studs on their own, or add the matching cuff for a curated look. Oh, and did we mention they come in plated silver, gold and rose gold?