I imagine most brides spend the months leading up to their wedding dutifully upping their beauty and self-care regimes, watching what they eat and being generally good to themselves in an attempt to ensure they’re their most beautiful best on the most photographed day of their lives. I spent the months leading up to my… More The Wedding!
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Shame on you Daily Mail. An extremely successful and talented woman is objectified and shamed for ‘relaxing her diet on honeymoon’ by a paper full of journalists that make numerous spelling and grammar mistakes on a daily basis. This is the same paper that will berate the modelling industry for causing eating…
With our first baby – The Grafton – well and truly grown up, Joel and I had been looking for another project to get stuck into for a while. My brother Aidan, who’s been working with us from day one, really needed a new challenge and was being completely crippled by London rents, so a new… More The Gipsy Queen
I noticed it has been a couple of, er, years (years?) since my last blog post so thought I’d venture back into the realm of writing things down. Here goes… So in what I’m pretty sure will live on as the most ludicrously stressful three months OF MY ENTIRE LIFE, I went through some fairly life-changing projects… More Silly Season
The Obscure Tour will endure amongst my happiest memories for life. Definitely a top-3 career highlight. I put it across to fans to decide where our intimate tour of obscure locations should take us and the requests came in in droves; from art galleries to college canteens to granny’s kitchen. We chose 6 locations over… More The Obscure Tour Revisited
My partner and I bought a filthy run down boozer in North London a few months ago. It was the kind of place that most people were too scared to venture into, where a pint only cost £2.50, but left you sick as a dog; where mice and ants and mould and slime were at… More So I opened a pub…
Secret Cinema is shrouded in mystery. Once registered, all you discover is a location, a date and time, a password and a dress code. You can expect to see a film, but unless the dress code is enough to give the game away, you’ve no idea which. You must tell no one. As if all… More SECRET CINEMA. Tell no one.