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David Beckham is treating his eldest son Brooklyn to a once-in-a-lifetime holiday in Tokyo. The father-son duo jetted to Japan earlier this week, and have wasted no time in exploring all that the city has to offer - from the best restaurants to iconic landmarks. The retired footballer shared photos from the trip on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, documenting their trip to a Japanese temple, and the invitation-only restaurant, été. The pair also visited the Yayoi Kusama Museum, an avant-garde art museum where they admired work various artworks which David shared photos of with his fans. David and Brooklyn Beckham are
Hurray for the bank holiday weekend! Temperatures are rising in London and we can't wait for the heatwave. With that extra day in the calendar, we're planning to spend a lot of time outdoors this weekend. Read on for inspiration for fun things to do in London... Afternoon tea at Selfridges If you're still on a high post-royal wedding, like us, head to Selfridges which has created an afternoon tea to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan's union. Dubbed the 'royal-tea', this elegant offering includes a delicious array of classic afternoon tea favourites each with an American twist. On the menu are
After a whirlwind week that's seen her visit Paris, London and Windsor as a guest at the royal wedding, Sarah Rafferty has travelled home to Toronto and "back to reality". The Suits star, who was invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials as a guest of her former co-star, has shared photos from her "unforgettable" week on Instagram, and it appears she and her family had an incredible time. Royal wedding aside, Sarah, her husband Santtu and daughters Oona and Iris have had an amazing European adventure, starting with a trip to Paris last week. The family stayed at
Jennie Bond has helped charity Dreams Come True to celebrate its 30th anniversary by joining a recent trip to Orlando, Florida with 13 children and their families. The broadcaster said it was "lovely" to be part of something so worthwhile and rewarding as she joined the group on their first night at the CLC Regal Oaks holiday resort. Dreams Come True has helped thousands of children and young people with serious and life-limiting medical conditions to fulfil their dreams over the past 30 years. In May, they took a group to the theme park capital, where they had the opportunity
I have never liked flying much, but after an especially bumpy journey last year my usual discomfort developed into a full blown phobia. Although my rational mind knew I was completely safe, the anxiety I felt as I sat on the aircraft was a feeling I never wanted to experience again. As such, even the shortest flight became a deeply unpleasant experience for me as I anticipated that terror hitting me, a feeling I am certain many others who feel uncomfortable flying are very familiar with. As such, ahead of a 12-hour flight, I booked myself to have a