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Up Close with Georgie Coleridge Cole

If there is one lady in London who has her finger on the pulse, it is Georgie Coleridge Cole, Founder and Editor of SheerLuxe. For those of you who aren’t familiar with SheerLuxe (and I don’t imagine there are many of you) it is an online lifestyle magazine with an informative and fun podcastonline boutique, calendar of readers events (including a digital conference for budding entrepreneurs and a fashion day after LFW – can’t wait!), The Daily Brief (a daily email with an outline of things you need to know that are going on in the UK and the world), fashion updates and interior inspiration. Wow, I”m exhausted even writing that all and there is so much more that they cover too! (read here) Today though, I want to get to the brains behind this fantastic brand and get ‘up close’ with Georgie.


Let’s start with the one burning question we want to know – how DOES she do it…

What’s your secret to working whilst raising a family?

Help that’s consistent day to day or week to week. Whether that’s a really great nanny or a really good granny – you need regular committed help that is consistently there or you and your children don’t know whether you’re coming or going. Without it, you’re just making life even more chaotic and then everyone is left feeling crap.

What’s your advice for women with a business idea?

Do some research to ensure it’s a good product and a viable idea; then get on and do it.

What are you most excited about for SL at the moment?

The potential of different medias like video, podcasts and articles on a page and how they all work together to enhance your brand and engage with the reader. This autumn we relaunched our fly on the wall / behind the scenes youtube series and it has been really well received. It’s full on because we film all day every day but it’s also really different to what the competition are doing and adds another dimension in terms of how people connect with SheerLuxe. And also our podcast which we launched in April and has been really well received.

SL Podcast

What’s your fashion style?

Simple, timeless and functional. I tend to wear jeans most days or cigarette pants with flats (white trainers, ankle boots, pumps) and then a blouse of some sort and a jacket or knitwear. I drop my eldest two children at the school, go straight to work, often have to pop back to school for something and then back to the office so it has to be relatively easy. My wardrobe is almost entirely black, white, grey and blush. With a bit of navy and a touch of coral.

3 items that make you feel a million dollars

A pink Raey shearling coat. My new Jacquemus top and an Isabel Marant dress (black and gold with an off the shoulder ruffle) my husband gave me for my birthday. I wore it two nights in a row.

Raey Coat

1 item that everyone asks where you got it from

My Gesutz leather biker.


Biggest purchase mistake ever
Too many to mention.

Best return of investment
Always coats.

Boots or trainers?
Probably Golden Goose trainers.

Golden Goose

Favourite fashion bloggers

Hannah Strafford Taylor (below) and Laura Wills.

Hannah Stafford Taylor

Interior style

Grey with a touch of pink.

Interior tip

Paint your woodwork and ceiling the same colour as your walls.

Where do you get your interior inspo from?

I adore Porter – they make the best bathroom vanity units and I love their aesthetic. I’m a big Turner Pocock fan too.


Bare faced or full face

As my mother once said to me ‘we need makeup darling’.

Best beauty buy on the market

Right now it’s an Origins tinted moisturiser. It’s one colour that adapts your skin tone and it gives you the best glow.


3 items in your make up bag

Ombre Sticks

Hair tip

Go to George Northwood and spend money on a good haircut. Think how much you spend on a top and we wear our hair ALL the time.

Life-saving hair product

Oribe texturizing spray. It’s horribly expensive but nothing beats it to liven up your hair before a night out.


Silver or gold jewellery?


Favourite Jewellery brand



Keep fit activity

Cardio. 5 times a week

Most romantic restaurant in the world?

The restaurant at the top of the hill, Sense on The Edge, at Zighy Bay in Oman.

Sense on the Edge

Best hotel with kids?

Anassa in Cyprus.


Last supper meal?

My mum’s spag bol and a chocolate fondant. I’m not huge on puddings but a chocolate fondant…

Your default kids supper

A prawn stirfry. I’m determined my children won’t be fussy about fish.

Hangover cure

A bloody mary.

Beach or pool?

Pool, sand irritates me.

Swimsuit or bikini?

Bikini. But you need to know when to call it a day.


Looking to update your wardrobe, buy a gift or treat yourself?

You will find a gorgeous range of jewellery, accessories and clothes on TLM Edit, all hand-picked by The London Mummy.


What you do to relax

Strictly with my daughter.

All time favourite film?

Working Girl.

Last book you read?

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. Unlike everyone else, I didn’t love it. Not a lot happens.


Favourite box set

Is Narcos a box set?


The song you pelt out on your own in the car

Anything by The Chainsmokers


Most evocative smell

Estee Lauder’s Knowing. My mother used to spray it on my teddy before I went back to boarding school.

Most bonding family game

For us right now: UNO or Children’s Monopoly. Silly Sausage is fun too.

Silly Sausage

A quote you try and live by

You make your own luck and if you work hard enough good will prevail.

What tests your patience?


3 words to describe yourself

Fun, impatient, loyal.

I have loved watching SheerLuxe grow exponentially over the years and I will follow with continued interest. Next up, I would love to see her hosting a program on TV – have you thought about that Georgie?

Looking for more fashion? You might also like:

10 New-In Hush Pieces I Couldn’t Resist

13 Activewear Pieces That’ll Motivate You To Actually Get Active

10 Fashion Picks To Brighten Up Your Autumn

And of course, don’t forget to visit my online shop: TLM Edit 🙂


How To Achieve a Magical and Smart Christmas Look

Our Christmas tree growing up was a flashing multicoloured magical monstrosity filled with decorations that meant something rather than being styled and perfect. I loved it.  I especially loved the coloured lights and it signified we were near to seeing the big man himself very soon. Now I am in charge, I have subconsciously banished the coloured lights from our house. Am I doing them a disservice trying to make my tree (home) like something from House and Garden?


Well, whatever the psychology is behind it, today I am looking at the Christmas decorations that are on sale over at House of Fraser to see what I can add to the collection, whilst staying house proud but also making it magical for the kids.

My reasoning is if I stick to 3 colours, there will be some unison and I can go off the beaten track with a few crazy decorations.

Once the lights are up a few fun baubles are key.

Nutcracker in a Box Now £14

As Scandi as you want to go, no Christmas should be without flashes of red. If red tinsel is too much, these cute little tree decorations would help you along and I am sure the children would love them too.

Mini Novelty Snow Globe £9

Little ones will spend hours gazing (and trying to touch) these delightful snow globes and could even stand alone on the mantle piece.


Santas List Glass Bauble £9

I am heading to a Christmas bauble swapping party next week. I don’t know whether it is smash and grab or the oldest goes first but I can’t wait. My offering is this bauble that tells a story, has vivid colours and looks quite expensive!! ha, lets hope I am not left with it at the end!

santa bauble

Snow Dusted Tree £34

A small light up tree is a great centre piece or perfect for a side table.  Carry it around room to room (not like a dog with a bone but if we are going to spend time in a certain room) and it will be add a sparkling touch to it.  You can even hang chocolates from it!


I have a similar one (it isn’t as as nice), currently housing my bracelets! (Small boy not for sale!)


Pinecone Wreath Was £40 Now £20

If you don’t have time to make a wreath and a fresh one is above budget, you will be able to resurrect this upmarket pinecone wreath every year.


It’s pretty classic so to brighten it up you could add your own berry’s, holly or even a battery powered pack of fairy lights.


I made one this year – at a workshop! The feathers have certainly amused the kids, which wasn’t actually intended.



I would like my banisters to look like a photo from Pinterest but with the amount of use they get, the decorations like the below would stay white for about two days.


Why not mix it up and draw the eye up with a light up reindeer head at the top of the stairs!


This is how I would like to wrap my presents, time and money permitting.

However, not hugely exciting for the kids.

This Festive Dog Wrapping Paper is good compromise between super smart and paper thin wrapping paper with garish pics all over it.

Add some red raffia bows and voila, stylish and fun!

wrapping paper

Cinnamon and Ginger Diffuser Was £15 Now £7

Nothing beats a good Christmassy smell to get you in the mood and remove the smell of damp gloves. This is yummy for both adults and kids.



I hope this has given you some good ideas. Invest in some decorations now if you want to add an extra touch, especially if you have the inlays coming for Christmas lunch!

On a slightly less superficial note, stay calm and remember…


Lots of love

Lucinda xx


9 Ways To Style Your Desk

Last week I had an old school friend over for a cuppa. I have been following her rise through the ranks in the interior world since she started Annabelle Holland Design and love her smart, cosy style.  I made the most of her visit by showing her the office space that we are creating in the garage and listened intently as she generously and tactfully shared her ideas for a pretty and practical desk and office space.

Annabelle Holland

Annabelle was full of useful tips that I had never thought of, so asked her to share them in a post. Here they are!

9 Ideas to Style Your Desk 

1) Light.

If it can’t be natural then be sure to add a directional funky desk lamp to keep your desk well lit.


2) Clear the clutter.

File away unnecessary papers to allow space on your desk, leaving more urgent items in stackable acrylic trays or pretty storage boxes making even the most mundane tax return look more appealing.


3) Colour Palette.

Surround yourself with colours that you love to create a serene working environment and loosely co-ordinate the items so that it looks pretty on your desk.


4) Stylish stationary.

Because it somehow feels better doing those accounts with a pretty pencil on a decorative notepad or simply pencilled into a stylish diary.


5) Art or Motivational words.

Surround yourself with pieces that you love and make you want to be in your office.


6) Something Green.

A plant like a cactus is pretty to look at and low maintenance so you won’t need to be worrying about wilting flowers.

7) Chair.

A comfy stylish high back chair will beckon you to sit at your desk and get to work!

8) Re use old pots.

Wash out old candle pots and use them for small items like paperclips or pencil sharpeners.


9) Light a candle.

Because it’ll make the room smell good and will keep you calm on Monday morning!


Where Every Item Is From… 

Acrylic trays from John Lewis
Filing Box from Nina Campbell
Grey and Gold Pencils from Katie Leamon
Stapler from Kate Spade
Organiser from Smythson
Plants from Pod and Pip
Old Candle Pots from Diptyque
Leather Tape Measure from Zara Home
Candle from Neom
Desk Accessories from House of Fraser
Table Lamps from Marks and Spencer 

I have really enjoyed checking out these sites, especially ones I hadn’t heard of (Katie Leamon), small start up (Pod & Pip) and the larger brands that I didn’t realise had such an extensive home section (French Connection!)

If you need an interior designer or just want to make a few enquiries, drop Annabelle an email She is lovely and very approachable and has an incredible eye.

Follow Annabelle on Instagram  for gorgeous interior snaps and lots of inspo.


10 Homeware Bargain In The Sales

There is nothing more I like doing more than tweaking the interiors of my home, whether it is decluttering (a firm favourite), rearranging a little corner or adding a bit of colour.  I have been scouring the world wide web for items that enhance my home without breaking the bank. Although a lot of the good stuff from the summer sales have gone, there is still a lot of good stuff around – especially in the Home & Interiors sections!

La Redoute : Rice Storage Basket £47.20

Whether you need wood for a fire or storage for errant toys, this is smart and sturdy.


Amara : Vinyl Floor Mat £53.90

I first came across these vinyl floor mats in a holiday cottage andI immediately fell in love. They are great to catch the crumbs under the kitchen table or to stop coffee slopping on the carpet under a coffee table.



Anthropologie : Pathfinder Rug £36.95

As a fan of all things bohemian (other than tie dye!) I think this rug is beautiful and it is heavily reduced so now about the same price as you would find in a foreign souk.


Zara : Methacrylate Placemat £9

Nothing like a bit of blue and white to freshen an area up and these methacrylate (like melamine) will do the job.


Marks and Spencer : Set of 4 Duck Egg Tea Towels  £12

I do like matching tea towels and this is a great way to smarten up your kitchen, By having two out at a time, there are always spares.


Marks & Spencer : Floor Lamp £94

I don’t know much about how to light a room other than if you mix levels and types of lighting it creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. This floor lamp tucked away in a corner behind a chair or sofa would change the dynamics of a room.


Zara : Multicoloured Cotton Blanket £15.99

This would instantly bring colour to a gloomy bedroom and would also look great at a picnic.


Zara : Elephant Rug £9.99

This is very sweet for a nursery and it’s reduced too.


House of Fraser : Weekday Bowl Set £45

Not sure this would be great if you had more than one kid, but fun nonetheless and would look great on the wall too.


Hope you grab some bargains! x


Activities Interiors Spotlight

Bundle Beds : Banish Your Camping Woes

It is so exciting to introduce the founders of Bundle Beds. A friend recommended I visit their stand at Spirit of Summer, so off I went and was greeted by a very friendly James who told me the concept of Bundle Beds. The striking design and easy to store concept was what I was really impressed with, however I was eager to know more about these two young entrepreneurs…

What is a Bundle Bed? 

A Bundle Bed is a self-contained, fully-bundled bed, complete with a slim, but deceptively-comfortable self-inflating mattress, built in luxury duvet and pillow with ultra cosy sheets to provide comfort, warmth and a great night’s sleep.

This is my bed awaiting its debut use on Saturday night…


It was so easy to use (and even easier to wash after the kids played in after a wet night!)


Please introduce yourselves…

We are the founders of Bundle Beds, James Clark (32) and Lucy Bartlett (31), also known as the ‘Chief Bundlers’. We met at a dinner party in 2013 through Lucy’s husband, Ben (James and Ben were great friends at school), and shortly after decided to set up Bundle Beds. We now run the business together, and at the moment run it as a 24 hour business as James is based in London.


Lucy is based in Brunei (although heads back to the UK for events for the Summer and festive seasons).


Why did you start Bundle Beds?

We love travelling, love camping, love adventures and most of all love being surrounded by family and friends… We wanted to change the fact that the only solution for sleepovers, camping and adventures was to take a mass of bulky or uncomfortable sleeping equipment which never delivered a good night’s sleep.


Whether it’s sleeping over, camping out, ‘putting up’ guests, festival fun or overnight adventures, we created Bundle Beds to provide the ultimate sleeping alternative to a conventional bed – a roll out bed that is easy to carry, simple to use and provides a great night’s sleep.


Who are Bundle Beds idea for?

Bundle Beds are ideal for all ages. The Bundle Bed is the ultimate solution for anyone who intends on sleeping over, from kids going on sleepovers, to festival goers or someone who just needs an extra bed to house guests. Bundle Beds are the first choice option when no beds are available and in fact, some of our customers now prefer a Bundle Bed to their own bed!

Well, it has certainly revolutionised my camping life!



Lucy’s favourites :

Restaurant – The Shed, Notting Hill

Website – Sawday’s Canopy & Stars

Hotel – Mesa Stila in Central Java

Campsite – Middle Ninfa

Shop – West Elm

Holiday destination – I’ve been super lucky in the last few years to be able to travel to lots of amazing places in Asia from Brunei (where I live). I can’t choose, so top three are Sri Lanka, Nusa Lembongan and Pamilican Island, just off Bohol.

Parenting tip


Give yourself a break and don’t ever expect to get the perfect work, life balance. Unless you are superhuman, that’s not going to happen, so just work it out as you go along!


James’ favourites :

Restaurant – Le Relais De Venise

Website – AirBnB, what a great idea – the gateway to awesome travel worldwide

Hotel – The White Pearl, Ponta Mamoli, Mozambique

Campsite – Embers Bentley. Just awesome!

Shop – Selfridges

Holiday destination – The south of France in general, especially in the Var, near Cotignac and Entrecasteaux

Parenting tip –


Enjoy every precious minute!


Buy your Bundle Bed here and use thelondonmummy for a 10% discount!


How To Style a Kids Bedroom

It has only been this month that I have finally got my shizzle together and decided to blitz the children’s half done bedrooms. They are now in their rooms for the foreseeable future so it seems only fair that they are done to the best of my ability!

Starting with my 2 year old daughter…. She inherited a unisex nursery but other than the hanging aeroplane light from the ceiling, everything else was superficially ‘boy’.

The green nursery rhyme curtains were a good place to start as a base and of course I picked out the flicker of pink that was flecked throughout.

Green and pink are complimentary colours and so the green helped balance out an overtly girly theme. Or did it. Eek.

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Over the year she has accumulated some pretty cool bits that have really helped the room come together but it is definitely a girls room!

  • The liberty print fusion from Poppy & Honesty is a firm favourite
  • I love the flamingo pendant from Laura Ashley on her bedside table.
  • Continuing on a bit of a tenuous ‘flamingo’ theme, the bin from Sas Rowan Designs is incredible!
  • If you no longer need your change table – use it as a book shelf!!


My second son moved from the nursery to the pod room at the back of the loft a couple of years ago. It is a good size room and has double doors leading out to a Juliet balcony (albeit he isn’t allowed onto as this one can climb!)

The furniture was a bit brown and adhoc, so I decided to lighten it up by deciding his ‘theme’ would be pale blue and white.


  • I hit the sales and bought 3 crates form Zara Home for his books (as they were precariously – or should I say messily – resting on a table) and also the bedspread and two pale blue cushions.



I liked the stars so much I bought them in Navy blue for my oldest sons ‘nautical’ bedroom! (He didn’t have a choice – only went nautical due to the red and navy cousins that we had originally!)


  • The walls are Skimming Stone
  • I didn’t know what to do put along side his top bunk and found these football figures in from the same company that just fit perfectly!


  • The London Skyline was also an option!
  • I have finished off the room with two bedspreads reduced to £45 each in the sale from Laura Ashley again. I think there kids range is reasonable and pretty cute, so it is always worth a look if you are looking to spruce up their rooms.

The one thing that is missing from this room is a nice book shelf/ storage system so if you have any recommendations, please let me know!


Tips for bringing room together

  • I think bunting is great for creating a bit of warmth in a room. If the room is looking a bit busy (like the nautical room above!) I would have used plain rather than patterned.
  • I love a rug. If you can afford, try to get a heavy-duty one as otherwise you are constantly flattening it out.
  • A good bed spread can really neaten up a room. When you make the bed in the morning (or afternoon!) cover the whole bed over and above the pillow.
  • Any ornaments that aren’t functional or attractive – put them away. Yes, I will keep a painting out occasionally but eventually it goes in a box. Even better get all their art work collated onto one piece artwork. Check out Barney & Wilf 
  • Get a personalised door name or something fun! It gives the children a sense of ownership. Sadly, I am not sure where these ones are from but there are plenty on the internet.



If you run a small craft business, find somewhere to leave your website on the object. So annoying when you want to buy another one or recommend it and there is no label!



  • I have to recommend The Kids Curtain Company. We chose the fabric from their selection and, sent them the size and style we wanted (i.e. blackout) and they posted them out already to hang. Really good service.
  • Have a good book clearance, toy sort out every once in a while. Even if you just put it in storage, I guarantee as soon as you have it in a pile to put away they will be interested again!
  • Don’t worry too much about measuring when putting painting or pictures up. Trust your gut and just go for it!

I have the utmost respect for Interior Designers. There is no way I would have the inclination or ability to do this for someone else but I have loved doing it for my little ducks. Please tell me of any businesses, ideas or products for interiors, I love hearing what’s out there.  Unless we talk and share outside our busy little bubble, how are we meant to know!

Please check out my Instagram for more interior ideas!



Interiors Products Spotlight

Nicky Jack : Architectural Artist

Nicky Jack is a freelance artist and illustrator living and working in London. From Tower Hill to Hammersmith Bridge, whether famous landmarks, Notting Hill mansions or more modest Victorian terrace houses, Nicky has won acclaim for her distinct style. Her style is right up my strata!

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Having left Bath Art school with a Fellowship, she has drawn her inspiration from a wide range of sources.

A quirky cheery style permits throughout her work, likely the reason she was spotted by Cath Kidston. Nicky was the inspiration behind the brands famous London print.

Whilst cheery, her work also shows deep technical ability as she is renowned for picking out the detail in architecture and captures the movement and atmosphere of a scene with a quirky Lowry-like style.

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With a degree and fellowship in printed textiles from Bath School of Art, Nicky Jack came to London and progressed her design interests, working part time in a design studio whilst selling work to boutiques and galleries in the UK and further afield. She taught art for a number of years at The House Schools group and The Hall Hampstead which she adored. Having always loved painting pictures for friends and family she made the exciting decision to leave teaching and give her art career a good go whilst pregnant with child number two.
Her main objective was to try out being a working at home Mummy doing what she loved most.
Her work slowly graduated from the kitchen table to a modest garden shed where she can close the door and work efficiently without too much distraction. She has created illustrations for a number of brands, including Cath Kidston, Fortnum and Mason, The Birley Group and has worked of a number of Private commissions which have led to illustrating for everyone from the Royal Family to St Paul’s Cathedral.
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Nicky has turned her hand to taking commissons of people’s homes and they are sensational!


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Whether it be an intricately detailed house portrait with a difference or a busy little favourite scene, I love to producing something unique and tailored. I am equally happy to work from a detailed brief or to help provide the inspiration.
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I love her paintings of terraced houses… what a great record to have for years and years.


Nicky’s Favourites

Hotel : Malmaison, Charterhouse Square

Restaurant : The River Cafe, Fulham, London

Website : BBC news

Shop : Any that sells Nicorette and Cass Art, High Street Kensington

Holiday destination : Tiree, West Coast Scotland

Parenting Tip : ‘Don’t argue with your man about who is more tired. It rarely ends in agreement!’

Interiors Products Spotlight

Sophie Cann : The Bird Box

One of the most frequent questions I am asked about my blog is, ‘how do I make money from The London Mummy?’  The simple answer is, I don’t! Many blogs sell advertising space (I don’t have time to get my act together at the moment to do this – hopefully 2016 is my year), use affiliate marketing (generally only the big companies enable this so you lose your authenticity as you only include the large established companies) or do sponsored posts (where you are basically paid to write about something).  My aim is to only ever include items, people and places that I genuinely love.  I want a central place to showcase all the amazing business’s and products that are new to the market and support people who are making their way.

However, (always a however) in order to write an authentic post, I do have to have some sort of experience of the product, service or place so I often include topics that I have used (or would like to use), that have been directly recommended to me (I love hearing about new things – please send me any ideas) The same stands for new products. Occasionally however, one of the bonus’s is, I am sometimes gifted a few items… A recent arrival was a beautiful gift box hand delivered by the lovely Sophie from The Bird Box.  She arrived with a stylish and generous package, packed with 2 scented candles, body wash, body cream and children’s body wash. It was such a treat as it is not something that I would usually buy myself. I can genuinely say that they are the most gorgeous products and I am so excited for Sophie’s little business.


Sophie has a great story of how she came to start The Bird Box.

“Firstly as a singleton, then as a wife and mother, I enjoyed living in London for 12 years before playing “musical chairs” with my family     home.  My husband and I decided to decamp from London to Berkshire. Unconvinced, we moved back to London before finally deciding country life did actually suit us better, so we moved back to Berkshire again! (Sigh… and breath!!!)  I finally feel settled and happy here in Berkshire with my lovely husband, two gorgeous children and my two smelly dogs.”

It was whilst she was pregnant with her daughter Cece that she had the desire to set up a beauty and lifestyle retreat called “The Bird Box” in converted stables at the end of their driveway.  Unfortunately gaining planning permission was slightly trickier than anticipated, but she still believed in The Bird Box idea. So undeterred, she decided to focus on the home and beauty aspects and set about developing her products.


“I have always been a very creative person and have always been hugely passionate about the quality of the products I use, so it was only natural for me to create my own candles, scents and beauty products, thus The Bird Box was born.”

It’s her mission to create beautiful, original, artisan products of the highest quality that you’d want to buy for yourself and not just for friends (because as women we too often put ourselves last on the list, don’t we?).  And it is a bit of a girl thing – over 95% of all candles are bought by women!

Christmas Bird Box Photo

With this in mind, she wanted to give something back. Having a daughter massively changed her personally and her outlook on life. She felt so blessed and fortunate to be a woman born into western society.

“We take for granted so many everyday choices and rights; like simply getting an education or choosing who we are going to marry.  An enormous amount of women all over the world do not have these rights, and as a citizen of the world I want to help these women in any way I can. With this in mind, I choose to donate 5% of all my profits to PLAN International’s “I am a girl” campaign.  I know it’s only a token gesture, but I believe if we all make a little effort to support each other then great things can happen!”




As for her future, Sophie has lots of exciting plans and aspirations for The Bird Box. She is currently balancing being a mummy to a very young family and being an entrepreneur.  She has determination and a belief that she will get to where she wants to be – it may just take her a little longer – but no doubt it will be sweeter for it!


Sophie’s Favourites

Hotel : The Witchery, Edinburgh

Restaurant : Novikov (The best California rolls EVER!)

Shop : Daunt Books, Marylebone Hight Street

Website : TED talks

Holiday destination : Seaview, The Isle of Wight

Parenting Tip : “Smile lots at your children and make sure they see you smile”