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London, again!

Myself and the boy decided to head off to London again as we live so close by :) we started off in Forbidden Planet where the boy bought me the Galadriel ring then went to our usual haunt, EAT. I got my usual tuna salad and the boy got a cheese and ham baguette and cheddar cheese crisps, yum.
Leicester Square was next on the list, and we ventured into the m&ms shop.... strange, it smelt extremely weird and we did not purchase anything, haha.

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We ended the day, our usual style in Westfields, this time favouring Giraffe :) i got a feta, vegetable salad and the boy burger and chips.
No outfit pics i'm afraid.

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