Angela Jacobson is something of a celebrity supernanny. For the last 15 years she has looked after the children of famous mums like Madonna. Now she is putting all of her experience together in a new book, Baby Love, which helps point mums, dads, grandparent and all those who are looking after little ones, in the right direction.

When it comes to childcare advice, experience is the key. Angela has tried and tested a huge number of baby products over the last 15 years and has produced this book to recommend those that she swears by.We are delighted that Sunuva is one of the brands that Angela loves! Our boys UV rash vests and girls UV rash vests are recommended for keeping kids safe in the sun.

We spoke to Angela about her top tips for holidaying with little ones and her favourite destinations.

What made you decide to write this book?
My best friend,  was pregnant with her first baby and asked me make a list of all the things she needed to buy for her nursery as well as what brands were best for things like nappies and wipes. The list grew and grew and turned into Baby Love. I have dedicated the book to her and the bump!

What is your favourite childhood holiday memory?
When I was 8 years old my parents took my brother and I on a trip around the world. I remember many things from this trip especially meeting the Disney characters in Disneyland.

 What is your favourite holiday destinations for when you are travelling with children and why?
Anywhere warm that has a pool or beach! Asia is a favourite as it is always warm and there's lots of water to play in. The people are very friendly and helpful in Asia making it safe for children.

Where would you most like to travel too that you have yet to visit?
Africa. I would love to explore Africa in a jeep camping under the stars.

Do you have any advice for keeping little ones safe in the sun?
Best to avoid the sun during the middle of the day but that can be impossible. ALWAYS use  UV swimwear and hat as well as 50+ factor suncream.

What are your top tips for travelling with babies?
Be prepared! Take extra changes of clothes for you and your baby. Also take extra bottles/food just in case of delays and emergencies. Take your own car seat as you don't know if the one at your destination will fit or is safe.

Angela Jacobsen's Baby Love is available now through Amazon