It’s that time of year again! CHRISTMAS IS COMING! To help make your christmas shopping that little bit easier I’m here to give you the lowdown on a few pieces that caught my eye… and will hopefully catch the eyes of your loved ones too!
In the run up to Christmas I’ll be unveiling my Christmas gift/stocking ideas, I hope you love these products as much as I do and it will prove that not all gifts have to break the bank to be special! I’d also like to thank those companies that gifted me their products to test out!
Now that it’s already pretty nippy outside I’ve started to swap warm evenings out for cosy evenings in with a hot chocolate, watching my favourite films (surely, it’s not too early for ELF? Is it?) and catching up on all of the television shows that my friends have told me to watch!
I’ve teamed up with Panasonic and the amazing new OLED TV Panasonic to let you guys know about the TV shows that currently have me completely and utterly hooked! ( and of course they’re far better when you’re watching on a high definition TV, you might as well be there!).
Last night I walked the red carpet in Leicester Square for the World Premiere of Simon Curtis’ new film Goodbye Christopher Robin. The film stars the phenomenal Domhnall Gleeson & Margot Robbie and depicts the story of possibly the most famous of children’s books, Winnie The Pooh. The film reveals the true sadness behind the stories that bought so much happiness to the world…
Last night I was invited to the European Premiere of ‘The Accountant’ by Empire magazine. Weirdly I hadn’t heard an awful lot about the film, but maybe I’ve just been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks.
I was lucky enough to be invited to the UK premiere of the new comedy ‘The Nice Guys’ at the odeon in Leicester Square, London. Starring Lady’s man Ryan Gosling and Film veteran Russell Crowe I had high hopes for this 70’s-styled detective film. I wasn’t disappointed. In the words of Mr Crowe’s introduction speech I ‘laughed my tits off’.
I was lucky enough to be invited to Popchips’ exclusive screening of M. Chu’s second instalment in the ‘Now you see me’ film series. I was a HUGE fan of the first film and I love all things magic. With some big names in both series I was very excited to see the new tricks and twists to keep the audience guessing.
I was only 2 weeks old when the first episode of Absolutely Fabulous hit our television screens back in 1992 but that didn’t stop me from growing up with Eddie and Patsy. Whether they were good role models I’m not too sure but I seem to have turned out pretty alright.