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And then summer arrived

London is glorious at the moment, over 28° and sunny all day long. It's so nice after a very long rainy summer.. ah! I was lucky enough to have yesterday and today off work so I got to enjoy the sun to the fullest. I've spent it mostly in Regent's Park and today me and Lilja went to Hampstead Heath. Hampstead Heath is definitely the most beautiful place I've seen yet here in London. It was full with people, and me and Lilja went for a dive in the Hampstead pond.. such a lovely day!

Here come a few photos from yesterday. I went to see Lilja for lunch, and we took a walk around Hampstead and all the pretty little streets around Hampstead High Street.


I wouldn't mind living in one of these cute apartments on Flask Walk.

Once and again, wearing my Black Milk Clothing swimsuit! 

This weather makes me a very very happy Kat.

Hope you Londoners are enjoying this weather as much as we are!



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Reader Comments (2)

Yay! My Hampstead girls! Enjoy the sun! I share your love for this area. x You must walk the other side one day to Kenwood House. You will love it.

July 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarcyanna

Oh, that sounds fun. We'll definitely check it out! :)

July 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKatrin Lilja

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