The long weekend is almost upon us so many families are looking for things to do and make the most of 2017’s last, precious Bank Holiday weekend before Christmas. With this in mind I've put together a list of all the things you can do in Bath so you can get planning for your next mini break over the long weekend or later in the year.
Everyone knows that true style can be achieved even when you don't have much to spend, but finding the right pieces isn't always the easiest of tasks. Fit, quality, price - they all come into play when shopping. With some careful choices, budget style is perfectly achievable - sit down and take notes.
A few weeks back I was invited by BMW on a very exciting press trip to Munich to celebrate the launch of their new BMW 4 Series Convertible. We arrived on a gloomy Tuesday morning and headed straight to our hotel, the uber-chic Flushing Meadows. One cup of coffee later, I was out exploring the beautiful city before the rain made an appearance.
When my favourite high street and designer stores drop their prices, I'm always first in line - Topshop could-be-designer pieces and cult accessories for a fraction of the price? Yes please! From printed kimonos to pretty floral dresses and frayed denim jeans - the sales are literally bursting with lust-worthy pieces. And with up to 70% off selected pieces, there's really no excuse.
There are two new words on the lips of London's Soho foodies right now and they are Dirty Bones! The clue is the name, think New York comfort food at its finest, using the very best suppliers and ingredients. We're talking Slow 'N Low Pork Belly Ribs, Short Rib Tacos, Rib Eye Steak and Raw Kale & Chilli Salad.
You've probably heard me raving about this place on Instagram several times, and with good reason. Chicama is arguably an extraordinary seafood restaurant in Chelsea with a menu inspired by the coastal food of Peru and the bold flavours of Peruvian cuisine.
The iconic Beaufort Polo Club played host last month to Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy and I was incredibly lucky to be amongst their guests. The third instalment of the Maserati's International Polo Tour saw a thrilling match, with the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William heading up the Maserati team to victory.
What better way to celebrate Summer than packing a picnic and escaping to the great outdoors? England offers an abundance of great places for picnic. From charming coastal spots and sandy beaches, to magical woodlands and rolling countryside, there's no shortage of places to unpack your hamper and bask in the glorious sun.
Potatoes are a failsafe dinner option and although some might argue that they're less convenient than popular alternatives (such as pasta and rice), actually they can be enjoyed as part of a healthy, nutritious and quick meals during the week.