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By Brigid Brown | Posted on May 30th, 2013
It’s no secret Gwyneth Paltrow is a fan of all things British. … she did marry English rock star Chris Martin of Coldplay. She’s been a card carrying member of the Anglophile club for a while.
The 1981 teen romance, Endless Love, is getting a makeover starring English actors Alex Pettyfer (I Am Number Four) and Gabriella Wilde (The Three Musketeers, Doctor Who‘s The Vampire of Venice).
Put down your cricket bat and grab a football helmet. While the National Football League’s plans are still a long way from crossing over the goal line, the gridiron group is known to be desirous of establishing a franchise in London.
Driving in a foreign country is difficult enough — these road signs really don’t make it any easier.
The biggest travel months for Brits are July and August. It may seem a little premature but this cold weather has us craving warm weather destinations – especially those where we can hobnob with Brits.
Yep, “Happy New Year” will get the job done but why not explore other ways to cheers the New Year!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We say this all the time but where did it come from? Where all great things come from … England, of course.
Are you in the holiday mood yet? No? It’s just around the corner.
Many American Christmas traditions trace back to England, like the main staples of decorating your home, putting up a tree, exchanging presents and having a mid-day dinner. Why not British it up a bit more this year?