Friday, 27 March 2015

my future home
































Like I mentioned previously, I had a wee blunder in my planning of what sights to show to my Finland friends and we waited for the Changing of the Guard that wasn't happening on that day. But that's not the worst thing that could happen. I mean, it was a beautiful day and Buckingham Palace is so worth seeing even without the Changing of the Guards (I still want to see that, though, as I haven't yet!). I just love all the statues and how much detail there is no matter where you look. And as Victoria (and Albert) are my all time favourite royals, I especially love seeing them and anything related to them. I do love the Royal family, which is why I see Buckingham as my future home.. You could do worse than Prince Harry after all, and it isn't that impossible for him to become the King... Right? (Maybe more realistically I'll get a job there, housekeeping or something..)


Photos of me are by Johanna and Jenna, again:-)
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Winscribbles said...

oh damn these photos make me want to visit!

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Lux Ganzon said...

What a stunning place. Those architectures are epic.

Suzy said...

Wonderful pictures! Your outfit is so adorable!! xo

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Amy said...

What beautiful photos! I would love to go there ♥
Amy xx

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Imogen said...

Oooh I really want to see it one day, it would be a dream.

Jade Wright said...

Oh I miss England so much - wish I'd never left! especially London!
Amazing - totally go and marry Prince H! ;)

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Ourdestination said...

great photos :)

Marlen Komar said...

hahah housekeeping- that would be my go-to plan to meet Harry ;) And everything is so majestic there, I love the gold accents and I definitely lingered on your statue pictures. It's startling how life-like they appear. That's some serious skill right there. Hopefully you'll get to see the Changing of the Guards soon!

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Gail J said...

What a beautiful day in UK right!? I only drove pass the palace but didn't have a chance to walk around :)

Meg Kernaghan said...

I was going to say I really like the details you've captured here! Sometimes when things are so grand you miss the small things :) But then I read what you said and I was like yep!

Ina R. said...

Wow! I've never been there, only seen it on TV! It looks so impressive in the pictures! I can imagine the Queen waving from one of the windows haha :D

Hena Tayeb said...

you never know.. anything is possible ;)

Laura said...

Winscribbles - haha, i'm like that too, hen:-) other people's travel photos always give me wanderlust1 xx

Lux Ganzon - isn't it, love! so beautiful:-) x

Suzy - thank you, thank you, pet! xx

Amy - thank you, girl! hope you get the chance to make a visit at some point:-) xx

Imogen - hope it's a dream that will come true soon, doll! xx

Jade Wright - you'll have to make another trip! and haha, i'll invite you for afternoon tea at the palace once i rule it, chick! xx

ourdestination - thank you, lovely! x

Marlen Komar - haha, it's not the worst plan now, is it! i know, everything's made so beautifully and in so much detail:-) and i'm hoping o do that this summer, darling! xx

Gail J - this really was a beautiful day! you should come and see the changing of the guards with me, if you've not seen it yet either, gal! haha:-) xx

Meg Kernaghan - haha:-) that is so true, chick! xx

Ina R. - it is quite an impressive place to visit, really grand. unfortunately we didn't get to see the queen, though:-) but maybe next time, lady, haha! x

Hena Tayeb - how very true, lovely! xx

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