Proof that we went to the #stgeorgeschapel before #princeharryandmeghan . Jokes apart, we had such a great time at #windsorcastle 🏰 and the tour was worth it. #windsor was sunny and windy so the weather was perfect too. We are both taking our time to discover our new home. We’re not rushing anything or making aggressive goals everyday in an attempt to discover uk all at once. We plan on doing it slowly, taking it all in and making each experience count. For both of us this year it’s been about living each day with humbleness, moderation, positive energy and just giving each other then benefit of doubt & room to grow. It’s going to be a big number when we do a countdown to our wedding anniversary but it’s also been a big number when we celebrate our birthday this year. But my husband has been the stable force in this madness and his calm demeanour calms me down. I don’t worry about the age catching up, the years going by. All of it will feel like life went by me if we don’t live in the moment. And that’s been one of our goals for us as a couple. How do you plan/live/enjoy your life with your partner/spouse? What works for you? Oh and Husband is wearing @poloralphlauren and I’m wearing a @ralphlauren top, @nextofficial jeans and we’re both wearing shoes from @adidas #lifestyleblog#lifestyleblogger#londondiaries#londontourism#entrepreneurdiaries#entrepreneurlife#coupleswhotravel#couplegoals#marriedmybestfriend#marriedforlife#lifeblog#lifeisbeautiful#lifegoal#lifemantra and as per usual #nofilter
[Royal] As a kid my teacher, @hirdbrit, would talk about growing up in London and The Royal Ballet. After years of seeing videos, this idea became a reality as I saw Swan Lake performed by this magical company. From the sets and costumes to the purity of technique, this will be a performance I will never forget. #domodern
[Tower Bridge] I started to adventure around the city and my phone died. I also forgot to get an electrical converter for the outlets... I aimlessly found myself on Tower Bridge which is absolutely gorgeous. Cheers to Day 1 and this random tourist who took a subpar photo of me.
The English National Opera’s 5-week run of Chess was the greatest musical performance I’ve ever seen!
Starring Michael Ball (the original Marius from Les Miserables), with music from the guys from ABBA and lyrics from Tim Rice (The Lion King, Evita), and incredible production values, with moving stages, acrobats and stunning multimedia features.
The ENO’s orchestra was elevated at balcony level, rather than in the pit, so you could see them perform.
The beautiful historic, 4-level London Coliseum was full of intricate details that make it a venue worth seeing!