Eldest daughter, Lady Mary, of whom much is expected, is bossy, a tad arrogant and the most priviledged of the three.
Middle daughter, Lady Edith is certainly neglected. Her parents have chosen her to look after them when they're old, but Edith has other ideas...ahem
Youngest daughter, Lady Sybil is wild, free and tempted to cavort with the household Socialist chauffeur, Branston - typically naughty. By the way, did you know the British version of DA is longer? You can watch the original uncut version on Amazon.
But on to other things like tea in London - I'll be there 3 days in March and much ground must be covered. I'm fond of Tea & Cake/London, though I waited till I got home to order it...silly me.
More than 70 tea salons in mouth-watering photos + vital info. I haven't been to Peggy Porschen's Parlour at 116 Ebury Street, Belgavia SW1. Have you?
I just finished cover artwork for Peggy's newest book, Boutique Baking, out in the Spring.
My other favorite go-to guide for London is, Shop Image Graphics In London.
Design has to play a part where you go in London doesn't it?
Peyton and Byrne never disappoints for ultimate Englishness both visually and tastebud-wise...
Do you long to immerse yourself in Downton Abbeyness? Just hang out in front of Fortnum and Mason's windows. Or better yet go inside and pretend to be a Duchess...
My fav go-to gouter/snack in London is eaten sitting on a bench not in a fancy tea salon. To-die-for Ottolenghi take-away lemon/passionfruit tarts...sigh
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I wish I knew where I shot this picture in London, but very adorbs no?
Bon Weekend PBers!