What baffles me about London is how all these people can be in a rush all at the same time!

London’s best-kept secret is the parks. They’re awesome, especially when you have kids that you need to run some energy out of. My favourite park would have to be Richmond because there’s plenty of wildlife and open spaces.

When I want to chill out it used to be in the toilet for five mins of peace, but it seems that two-year-olds have no boundaries these days. I now like to take a walk along the River Thames and feed the ducks and swans.

The most interesting person I’ve met is Steven Magee, our kit man. He’s a very interesting bloke with some unusual habits – he won’t let anyone else carry any gear at training or after a game and he has perfect posture when presenting the kicking tee to Michael Witt. And nothing’s ever too much trouble for him – he’s a legend, best in the business.

My favourite place for a drink is anywhere with a beer garden on a sunny day. The Pitcher and Piano in Richmond is a favourite so far, but I’ve got a whole summer to explore further!

When you’re hungover in London head to Lantana – a nice coffee bar on Charlotte Place, just like we have back home in Australia.

What gets me up in the morning is my alarm clock – my 11-month-old baby girl, at 6.30am every day. I’m glad I have an espresso machine!

My perfect weekend would be in Europe, going somewhere I have never been and experiencing some different culture, food and beer – not necessarily in that order. I would love to go to Croatia as I have heard it’s nice, or anywhere in Germany that does massive schnitzels.

The last naughty thing I did was get up to plenty of bedroom antics … best not print them, though!

Five words that sum up London … Queen, corgies, pimms, palaces and curries. 

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