Chloe Hamilton, i newspaper

Chloe Hamilton

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Past articles by Chloe:

The modern thing to do? The rise of babies born to unmarried parents

ONS figures show that for the first time more babies are being born to unmarried couples, but this isn't just a pandemic-related blip → Read More

The modern thing to do? The rise of babies born to unmarried parents

ONS figures show that for the first time more babies are being born to unmarried couples, but this isn't just a pandemic-related blip → Read More

Living with postnatal OCD: ‘I was plagued by thoughts of breaking my new-born baby’s neck’

No one warned Chloe Hamilton how OCD can affect new mothers - but she wants others with symptoms to know that help is out there → Read More

I buy my baby’s second-hand clothes on Instagram during 3am feeds and his wardrobe is better than mine

Parents have always looked to second-hand clothes to save money, but today’s parents have even more reasons for seeking out pre-loved children’s fashion – it’s better for the environment → Read More

'I’m about to give birth for the first time and I’m terrified of my local hospital being closed due to Covid'

'It’s hard to work out what scares me most. The possibility of labouring in an unfamiliar setting or the staff shortage in hospital' → Read More

I carried our baby for nine months, so the idea of a 'baby stag' for my partner is enraging

I feel like a party pooper, but do men really need a big bash before they become fathers? → Read More

How to make your dog or cat an Instagram star like Jiffpom – from emphasising their eyes to nailing a persona

Loni Edwards, founder and CEO of The Dog Agency and animal-influencer event PetCon, offers Chloe Hamilton practical tips on how people can turn their pets into social media icons → Read More

Duke of Edinburgh Award: Tributes paid to Prince Philip for setting up ‘DofE’ scheme which ‘transformed’ lives

'DofE' has infiltrated the national consciousness in the UK, leaving an enduring image of gaggles of school children trudging up blustery hills → Read More

Pet owners being targeted by 'dognappers' as number of thefts goes up by two-thirds

Chloë Hamilton reports on a disturbing spate of dognapping in the east of England – and a growing vigilante response → Read More

Why I’m going back to school to learn to be a teacher after years of interviewing celebrities, election nights and a long commute

After a decade as a journalist, I'm making a change. I'm scared, excited - and worried that people at dinner parties won't care about my job → Read More

How Sara Cox has re-branded BBC Radio 2 ‘Drive time’ show and why she plans to build a fort

Sara Cox tells i how not content with being queen of the airwaves, she's set her sights on TV with a new panel show and 'fully encourages overexposure' → Read More

Earth Overshoot Day: The warning bell about how fast we are using resources comes earlier and earlier

Climate campaigners have warned everybody needs to rethink how we consume energy. Today is Earth Overshoot Day – the day that all of Earth’s natural → Read More

UK heatwave: 20 best outdoor pools from Hampstead Heath lido to Cornwall and Aberdeen

It's time to cool off in style with the family (or friends) in one of these carefully selected outdoor pools across the UK → Read More

Fleur East ‘has a new lease of life’ on Hits Radio after ‘creative battle’ over songs and SyCo split

'I don’t like the word dropped,' Fleur East says, explaining that she had spent more than a year recording new music before 'enough was enough' → Read More

How religion plays less of a role in secular British life after dramatic shift in social attitudes

Now we’ve at a position where a majority of people say: ‘I don’t think of myself as belonging to any religion’ and there's been a shift in social attitudes → Read More

Chris Grayling accused of ‘silencing road hauliers’ from raising no-deal Brexit concerns

Richard Burnett, chief executive of the RHA, will say Mr Grayling left him a voicemail after the association issued a press release about the meeting → Read More

UK Trappist beer-brewing monks are struggling to meet worldwide demand

The brewery at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey, Leicestershire, was set up one year ago and is one of only 14 Trappist breweries in the world. → Read More

Government planning to spend £3m transporting medicines in no-deal Brexit

The Government is planning to spend £3m on no-deal Brexit measures to transport blood and medicine. The Department for Health and Social Care is looking → Read More

Louise Redknapp opens up about her ‘shock split’ from Jamie and how she was ‘heavily judged’

The release of Louise Redknapp’s new album Heavy Love in October will mark just over two years since her split from husband Jamie, which shocked tabloids → Read More

Pushed for time? Here are the best short podcasts you should listen to in 2019…

We share a collection of informative and interesting podcasts to keep you entertained this summer (so you don't miss out) → Read More