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8th Dec 2012 12:11pm | By Editor
What baffles me about London is ticket prices for the theatre, which seem to be catching up with New York. Staggeringly expensive.
London’s best-kept secret is the tranquil ‘secret garden’ in a certain royal park. As it’s a secret, I’m withholding its exact location.
When I want to chill out I go to Primrose Hill village. There are no chain coffee shops or bars allowed, only charming independents.
My favourite place for a drink is the newly refurbished Savoy Hotel and its American Bar.
This Christmas I am looking forward to Fortnum & Mason’s mince pies, ice skating at Somerset House and the various Christmas lights.
I will be spending this Christmas with my mum, sister Caroline and nephews in Radlett, Hertfordshire. My mum’s nut roast is the best.
In 2013, I am most looking forward to travelling. Who would have guessed last year I’d be on I’m A Celebrity… sleeping next to deadly spiders and snakes.
For when you’re hungover in London you can’t beat breakfast at [grand European cafe restaurant] The Wolseley in Piccadilly.
My perfect weekend would be early dinner at Jo Allen [in Covent Garden], followed by theatre or cabaret, then cocktails at The Savoy on Saturday night.
A late breakfast on Sunday, then cycling to a museum or gallery and an early bite to eat in Soho followed by a movie.
And then maybe hot chocolate at The Coffee Cup in Hampstead.
The last naughty thing I did was stumbled onto a porn website, by accident of course.
My biggest faux pas is asking a woman if she was pregnant and asking another woman if she was someone’s mother. Oops.
Five words that sum up London ... Bohemian. Historic. Inspiring. Magnificent. Bustling.
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