The cast took on their roles perfectly; Gethin was an innocent and boundlessly energetic presence as the Prince, Jenny was calm authority personified in the role of the Queen letting go of the apron strings
, while Ceri's versatility shone through adopting the multiple personalities of a myriad princesses.
Carmel isn't quite ready to cut the apron strings
attached to her son - even if it means clashing spectacularly with a prickly Shabnam.
Bonnie brings wit, pathos and a touch of class to Carmel Kazemi - a thoroughly modern Essex divorcee who isn't quite ready to cut the apron strings
firmly attached to her son Kush.
In the spring issue of Herizons, Renee Bondy wrote a thoughtful article, "Ties to Apron Strings
," in which she made reference to the generation of women memorialized and remembered in this book.
If at all the Congress wants him to be its face against Modi, Rahul has to be allowed to detach himself from his mother's apron strings
Amongst them you'll find Bobby Helms' Schoolboy Crush, Apron Strings
by Billy The Kid, and Carl Perkins' Pointed Toe Shoes.
Norman and Lillian Kennedy are cutting the apron strings
after being Barnardo's longest-serving foster carers.
Inspired by male TV chefs such as Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay and Nigel Slater, it is no longer just special occasions such as Christmas and Valentines Day when men take over the apron strings
in the kitchen either.
Kirsty Ward, head of Asda Money, says: "Letting go of the apron strings
and seeing the kids drive off for the first time is a significant moment for any parent but it comes with a whole new set of worries.
Walking a sometimes wobbly line between charming and cloying, "Sassy Pants" is a fable-like comedy that charts a young woman's gradual liberation from the apron strings
of her divorced mother, with only limited help from the depressed gay father she moves in with.
Matthew ended up packing up his mixing bowl and whisk and heading home with his apron strings
on grandmothers and mothers tie us to wonderful advice, wisdom, traditions, good times, and delicious food.
But now she and her family have made it to BBC One and her sitcom series, Mrs Brown's Boys, about an Irish mammy who refuses to cut the apron strings
from her grown-up children, has just begun.
children swimming in shoes, apron strings
knotted, playing home.