This week’s selection of top news brand content features a Super Bowl half-time performance, heart-warming vintage images, best dressed Brits and an insight to a cherished community…
1. The five-minute fix
Featured on the Guardian’s Instagram platform, 10 slides show how to build our core muscles, increase hip flexibility and stave off the effects of sitting at our desk all day. Even in our hybrid-working world, experts say if we keep our efforts focused, we will start to see results — as well as building the foundations of a longer-term habit.
2. Vintage Valentine’s
Love is in the air: Valentine’s Day has become a significant cultural and commercial celebration of romance and love around the world. The Evening Standard marked the day shared heart-warming moments of love captured in four vintage images.
3. Super Bowl Sunday
Artist Rihanna performed the half-time show at Super Bowl LVII at the weekend. From the setlist and stage design to the surprise reveal of her second pregnancy, the performance created internet-breaking moments. The Daily Mail shared the opening of the show on it’s TikTok channel.
4. Best-dressed Brits
The BRIT Awards celebrated their 30th anniversary on Saturday, with this year’s ceremony televised live from London’s O2 Arena. The awards celebrate the UK music industry, creating a platform to recognise and promote both the hottest stars and the best upcoming talent. The Sun shared a video of the best dressed stars on the red carpet.
5. A cherished community
The Daily Express covered the Queen Consort’s visit to the Storm Family Centre, a charity supporting domestic abuse survivors in South London. The organisation was founded in 2004 and provides a range of services for the community from education tuition to counselling. Camilla took part in some of the workshops on offer and described the whole experience as a privilege and an honour.