Half of the years I've lived in London were in Westminster, a 15' walk from where the attacks happened today. I'm still in disbelief that this could have happened in my city & yet encouraged by the strength and defiance of fellow Londoners. #wearenotafraid
The great Big Ben.
This picture represents everything what this city represents; the hustle and bustle to the bus tours and the coaches full of people ready to explore the wonder of this great city. My thoughts go out to all those that are suffering from this awful tragedy. 😒
💔 I know I only posted this a few weeks ago, but it's saddening to think any of us could have been in the area. With so much going on in the world, I feel we've all adapted to moving on quickly and although we shouldn't allow these events to stop us from living our lives, we should each take a moment to #prayforlondon , pray for that poor policeman and for those other lives that were lost or affected today. None of you deserved this.
💖 💖💖 #timeoutlondon#staystronglondon#Repost @timeoutlondon with @repostapp
Dear World: a different time, same sentiment. In the face of the devastating attacks in Westminster today we want to remind everyone that London still is, and always will be, open. ❤️
"Follow the Light"
While we may moan and grown about the potholes in the roads, the taxes, the late buses, the dodgy people on the underground, the annoying tourists, the waiting time in A&E and everything else, there is no doubt that London's spirit and Londoners' is unshakeable in hard, tragic and testing times. We stand united and together.
Those who wish us pain may cause to stumble. And when one of us falls, we all do...but we always remain unshakeable and we will keep our faith. We will always rise and accomplish wonders as a global diverse city. In the timeless words of #Churchill , "we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will." 💌 RIP and prayers for those who have lost loved ones today. My thoughts go out to the families of everyone who was affected by the sad and tragic attack that happened today in #westminster . My thoughts are and always will be with my city, #London#prayforlondon
A dark day for London but we will not be defeated, for we shall stand united in light! .
My thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by today's tragic events!
#❤#London #🙏🏾 #PrayForTheWorld
@fieldsbeneath is going vegan ☕️. The Kentish Town coffee shop has put little booklets out and a big notice on why they're ditching dairy 🥛. Show them some love 🙏
This is their blood orange 🍊 & toasted black sesame cake 🍰 by @bake.it.til.you.make.it and we're hoping it'll help turn some of their regulars vegan 🌱✊️ Have you been to The Fields Beneath? 🌾 #vegansofldn
Was here for lunch earlier today. One of the most delicious meals I have had in recent times and the concept makes it an even greater experience! If you don't know: "Drawing inspiration from the UK’s already-vibrant food waste movement, the pop-up will showcase ingredients-in-the-rough from local producers and purveyors across the food industry, and even riff on a few British classics"
Just got to my hotel and this is the view from my window 🖤the lights go out at midnight in solidarity for today's attack. Makes you remember how important it is to live each day to the full #prayforlondon
Saddened to learn of today's events in beloved London and praying for the peace and recovery of all those involved. Counting our blessings from above that this pic was taken two weeks ago and not today. #love#lovelylondon
"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty." - Mahatma Gandhi
It was a dark day for London today. Thoughts and prayers with anyone who was affected by the attack. Today showed the good in humanity more than the bad as people rushed to help each other in the face of adversity. Our love and compassion are our greatest assets against these hateful individuals. United we stand.