Ahead of the prestigious Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy on the 11th of June, I was invited to join Maserati and La Martina for a very exciting polo masterclass with International polo player, Malcolm Borwick.
In celebration of this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Wedgwood has teamed up with John Lewis and opened a splendid pop up tea conservatory at Peter Jones in Chelsea.
Ever wondered what it's like to live in Canary Wharf? There's something so fascinating about London's famous business district - suits and skyscrapers, but also modern art, museums, shopping and top-notch restaurants.
Make the most of the sunshine and your days off and discover the best things to do in London this weekend. Includes culture, art, shopping, food and drink.
As clouds give way to sunshine, it's time to enjoy London at its brightest and best. Although considered to be outlandishly expensive, and sometimes with fair reasons - there are cocktails that cost the same as our weekly grocery shopping - a day out in London doesn't have to involve spending a small fortune.
With an impossible-to-beat location in the heart of Knightsbridge, among the city's finest luxury shopping, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is home to 216 rooms including 58 suites. Most have spectacular London views - from the London Eye to Big Ben and the Shard - the breathtaking views could be admired from both our bedroom and the sophisticated living area.
I'm getting very excited about Easter, because it means I can finally spend some quality time with my family. Secondly, the weather is warming up which means one thing: cocktails in the garden. And thirdly, well, chocolate - Easter is the perfect excuse for stuffing my face.
We're seeing a big trend right now in sophisticated brunch parties thrown for different occasions. Hosting the perfect brunch can sometimes feel overwhelming. First you have to think about the food, then comes the table setting and making sure your guests are enjoying themselves.
While many people are understandably in love with Oxford Street and the variety of shops this has on offer, you may agree with me that shopping there can sometimes be daunting and nerve wrecking. If you're anything like me, you love a relaxed shopping experience, away from the hustle and bustle of Central London, where you can find truly unique gifts. St Martin's Courtyard is my version of a shopping paradise, nestled in the heart of West End, 2 minutes away from Covent Garden and Holborn.