Unusually todays post doesn't contain clothes or makeup, but please don't run...... I thought it would be nice to show you what I did with my Bank Holiday Monday. :)
The girls and I took a little road trip to Leeds Castle in Kent. This historical medieval castle is said to date back to 1119 and is set in a mass of beautiful grounds and once a home to Catherine of Aragon; my favourte wife of Henry VIII.
|View from the Gardens|
On the 1st May the castle started a exhibition called 'What the Butler Saw' It's a look at the life below stairs during Lady Baillie's ownership 1930's Leeds Castle was a playground for the rich and famous, Lady Baillie an Anglo-American heiress entertained high society and hollywood actors in the castle that was her weekend and holiday home. At the time there were over 30 servants in the house who met the needs of the visitors, so they sure saw some sights! Part of the exhibition was Lady Baillie's clothes and her beautiful art deco built in wardrobe and bathroom. I met this little baby squirrel on my way out, It wasn't fased by me getting so close. I have never seen a baby squirrel before!
|Mr Nutkins (Taken with Instragram)|
|The dining room|
|The to die for library|
|Taken with Instagram|
Urban Butterfly x