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Panettone is now the queen of Christmas desserts – 8 inventive flavours to try this year

Christmas pudding and mince pies may be the sweet calling cards of a traditional British festive spread, but panettone has now muscled in as the festive dessert du jour. In 2021, searches for panettone in the UK increased almost five times, with Selfridges selling 75% more panettones than Christmas puddings, and 200% more than Christmas cakes – so no wonder it recently debuted a giant 8kg panettone (£300, all profits donated to Centre Point), with other brands also releasing innovative takes on the festive bread.

Not got a sweet tooth? Channelling Italy's classic cacio e pepe flavour, Waitrose's brand new parmigiano reggiano and cracked black pepper panettone (£9) is a thing of savoury beauty, while we're also intrigued by the tangy sticky balsamic glaze in Gocce's crema al balsamico version (£24.95). If it's an edible gift you're after, you can do no wrong with Fiasconaro x Dolce & Gabbana's pistachio cream panettone (£45.99) thanks to its decadent illustrated tin. Fortnum & Mason's tiramisu (£54.95) and Breramilano's limoncello (£27.95) varieties are bursting with Italian flavours, while the latter also has a chocolate and pear offering (£27.95) to please chocoholics – with the same said for M&S' chocolate-topped spiced caramel panettone (£10). And if you happen to have any leftovers, Jamie Oliver's banana panettone pudding, Nigella's Italian Christmas pudding cake or Matt Tebbutt's Christmas tiramisu are all sure to be welcome additions to any Boxing Day buffet. Fruit cake haters, rejoice.


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If you loved Jodie Comer's award-winning performance in Killing Eve, you'll want to add her debut West End show, Prima Facie, to your watchlist ASAP. It follows a talented young barrister confronting the patriarchal power of the law, phenomenally executed by Comer, so it's no surprise that the one-woman tour de force sold out its nine-week West End run.

If you weren't lucky enough to catch it in the flesh, fear not. It's now available to stream exclusively on National Theatre At Home – the streaming service bringing you unforgettable British theatre to watch anytime and anywhere. Choose to subscribe for the month for just £9.99 or rent Prima Facie for £14.99 until March 2023. For unmissable theatre all year round, subscribe for the year for £99.99. Prima Facie is the must-see production you won't want to miss.

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The highly-anticipated Black Panther sequel is a powerful tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Blending heart-racing action scenes, thoughtful racial and cultural representation and one hell of a nail-biting plot, 2018's Black Panther demonstrated a new tier of excellence for superhero films. But after the tragic death of star Chadwick Boseman, many fans have questioned how a second instalment of what is widely considered to be one of Marvel's greatest movies could go ahead without the actor as its titular character. In cinemas today, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever picks up where the original story left off – as Shuri (Letitia Wright) and Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) struggle to come to terms with their loss as they fight to protect their nation from intervening world powers – with the sequel leaning into the loss of Boseman, as well as T'Challa as Wakanda's king.

"Wakanda Forever is a fitting tribute to Boseman's legacy and it's clear that the making of this movie has been a cathartic and emotional process for everyone involved," says Stylist contributor Morgan Cormack. "While it's a deeply moving film, it's also one that tackles the impact of loss and how those left behind are expected to move on. Full of perfectly choreographed fight scenes, unexpected twists, humour, new characters and truly beautiful moments, it's the reflections on family, grief and loss that are the main focal points – and which will leave you pondering the film long after watching." In cinemas now


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