Throwing it back to this time last week at @theotherpalace with the incredible composer and writer of @mymonstersongs @rrokicks (and @amandaflynnie obvs), making memories with the adorable @brad_riches and hugs with a group of the most supportive women you could ask for! Old friends and new friends alike, theatre has a way of bringing people together, and Monstersongs did just that. So a happy #lovetheatreday from me!
// autumn vs spring 💕
The @ivychelsgarden never fails to draw us in with it’s floral displays 🌸 Tbt to @nishiv_mua and I’s spring soirée, and fast forward to the present and these gorgeous autumnal hues (beautifully captured by @angelacoomey 😍 Ironically I came across her gorgeous account via the individual who ‘borrowed’ my photograph without permission... every cloud hey?) #ivychelseagarden ps, they do excellent courgette fritti 👌🏼
It’s so important to capture those special moments. Whether it be through photos or videos. That way they can truly last forever ❤️ we’re so grateful we love to vlog so we can look back when we’re old. A new video has just been published! Link is in our bio ❤️
The Savoy, a place where history and iconic elegance mingles with new-world sophistication.
Who wants to stay at the Savoy while in London?? 📸 @jacobmcquillan
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One of my favourite study spaces 🌿
Spot the copy of “Normal People” by Rooney on the table. I didn’t buy it in the end because I’d prefer having a paperback version of it (mainly because it would be easier to carry it around with me) and I have already been treating myself to quite few new books recently 🙈.
So far, I have been enjoying her debut novel “Conversations with Friends” very much. I am particularly keen on her writing style and how witty the interactions between most of the characters are. -
Lately, I have been mainly doing (a lot of) academic reading for university, but I am also slowly making my way through “Conversations with Friends”, “Notes on a Nervous Planet” by Matt Haig and “The Sun and Her Flowers” by Rupi Kaur. I am half-way through the first two and just started the last one 💛. If I’m honest, I think all three are possible to devour in a single sitting (one book per sitting) if you have the time, but I just have a very tight schedule at the moment... 😬
Now, I’m off to do some reading for my Social Economics, Policy and Politics class 🤗.
I hope you all have a great evening and take care! x