A Royal Knees-up at Madame Tussauds Lates

With Prince Harry’s imminent ceremony to the beautiful Meghan Markle just a few hours away the whole country has gone completely wedding mad! Any Royal Wedding is a cause to celebrate in my eyes, and that’s exactly what one of London’s top attractions decided to do last night! I was cordially invited to the Royal Stag and Hen Do after hours as part of Madame Tussauds London Lates, where I was able to rub shoulders with the couple of the moment and all of the other fantastic celebrities and household names that were in attendance!

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Thai Tastes with Destination2.co.uk

Living in London has really opened my eyes to the colossal amount of different cultures that inhabit the city. And a way that I love to explore these cultures is through the numerous varieties of cuisines that line the streets. Each exotic meal I try makes me just want to pack my bags and travel the world to these countries who’s food I enjoy SO much. One of my personal favourites has to be Thai food and so I’ve teamed up with Destination2.co.uk, for their exotic food campaign. They focus on incredible long-haul travel experiences, what better way to try out different cuisines than to actually visit the country itself and delve into their culture whilst trying out their national dishes and delicacies. So, what are you waiting for? begin your culinary adventure and visit the website!

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Eggsploring at Creme Egg Camp!

I LOVE CREME EGGS. There, I said it. I look forward to them all winter long (although they seem to be appearing earlier and earlier each year now). So I was over the moon to attend the new creme egg pop up which opens today in Shoreditch! It’s called the Creme Egg Camp and it’s here to help you celebrate ‘Creme Egg hunting season’ and hopefully give you more of a chance of finding one of the extremely rare white chocolate eggs!

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Heading West: Chowing Down at The Kings Arms

As you’re probably all aware, I love going out for an evening and indulging in some tasty food and drinks as well as good company, yet I often find myself heading towards Central London to do this. So when I was invited to The Kings Arms in Hanwell to try a selection of their food and drink I was excited to be able to just hop on a 15 minute bus in a Westerly direction!

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London Fun: Nomad Cinema

Are you looking for cute ideas of how to spend a couple of hours in London? Well, Look no further. Last weekend I attended a screening of ELf the Nomad Cinema in Leadenhall Market, which made me feel super festive (and a little bit tingly from the cold), it definitely got me and the rest of the audience into the Christmas mood whilst donating all of its proceeds to charity!

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The Moxy Stratford Hotel Opening Party!

There’s a cool new hotel in town, it’s called The Moxy and it’s not quite like anywhere you’ve stayed before. Located in Stratford, it’s just a stones throw away from the monstrous Westfield and the Olympic stadium, so a perfect place to stay after hitting the shops for a spree with the girls (or boys).

I had the pleasure of attending The Moxy’s opening party last week and it was certainly a party like none other. We had the best time and there was so much to do while we were there. It was quite likely one of the best launch parties I think I’ve ever been to…

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Christmas has arrived in London: Winter Wonderland Hyde Park

It’s that magical time of year again when everyone begins to get more festive and it’s acceptable to drink mulled wine. You must know what that means? Obviously it means that Hyde park is taken over by bright lights and the smell of roasted chestnuts fills the air. Yes, Winter Wonderland opens its doors for the 11th year today…

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A Weekend in: Manchester

I’ve just returned from my first ever trip to Manchester this weekend and I had the best time, courtesy of The Slate Yard (massive thanks to Leanne for all of her help). We managed to explore Manchester as well as heading to the theatre and eating & drinking some top notch food and drink. Read on to find out what we got up to on our mini adventure!

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Where to drink in London: Tonight Josephine

Every so often a new and exciting bar opens and it’s all everyone is talking about for a little while. That’s how I’ve felt about Tonight Josephine. Photos keep popping up on my social feeds of people posing with pink neon quotes and confetti walls.

I needed to finally find this bar and see what all the fuss was about. And I wasn’t disappointed.

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The Cocktail Crawl

Last week, London welcomed the return of London Cocktail Week. A seven-day celebration of the capital’s coolest bars and the chic and wacky cocktails they have to offer.

As well as being able to experience the fun of London Cocktail Week in over 250 bars around the city, you can also head to Old Spitalfields Market near Liverpool Street station to discover some awesome concoctions from some of the best drink brands on the market…

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A Day of Baking with Tate & Lyle Sugars

I was delighted to be invited along to the Waitrose Cookery School to spend the day testing out and making some fabulous puddings with Tate & Lyle (the largest cane sugar brand in the UK – just in case you weren’t aware) I’m not great at baking but this day taught me so much and I came away with some delicious treats.

Read on to find out how I got on and for the recipes so you can try it yourself…

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LFW Festival with Park Chinois

Fashion and some of the finest food in London… What more could a girl want on a Sunday afternoon?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will be aware that last week London hosted the second London Fashion Week of the year. I touched upon this glorious week in my post about Simply Be’s Curve Catwalk, but this post is all about what happens straight AFTER fashion week…Read More »

The one where we went to FriendsFest

​Since it first hit our screens in September 1994 (I was almost 2 years old), Friends has become one of the most popular television shows of all time. Sadly, all good things must come to an end, in May 2004 and after 236 hilarious episodes, the final one was watched by millions of people all over the world (65.9 million to be exact). We thought it was all over, but now there’s a way to relive the days of Friends…and it’s travelling all over the UK right now!…

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