I lived in London for five years; I launched my brand whilst living here, and they were the first years of living with my husband.

I love the beautiful parks and the ability to walk everywhere. It’s a city of incredible culture and so much to experience – fabulous restaurants such as Annabel's or Kettner’s Townhouse, and for shopping there are so many great locations.

Kettner's Townhouse, 29 Romilly Street

I always make time to visit Liberty. I love the store’s heritage and it has remarkable antiques, homewares and interiors sections that you just cannot find back home!

Baglioni Hotel, 60 Hyde Park Gate

The Baglioni is a beautiful boutique hotel with a fabulous Italian restaurant downstairs called Brunello. The staff are incredible; nothing is ever a problem for them. It’s always been an area I’ve enjoyed staying in and it’s just a short walk from Harvey Nichols and Harrods, which I also love to visit. 

Cecconi's, 5A Burlington Gardens

My all-time favourite restaurants are Cecconi’s or Scott’s, and for a celebration meal, I like to visit the Ledbury where the whole experience is incredible. I love taking in exhibitions when I’m in town, and the top spots are The Royal Academy of Arts and The Victoria and Albert Museum. The best times to visit are during the week, when no one is around! 

The Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly

London is a creative hub – a stylish city that establishes desirability whilst keeping its old-world charm. Being in London feels like home.

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