It does not get any more British and wonderful than Joanna Lumley
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The London Story - It does not get any more British and wonderful than Joanna Lumley

Wednesday, 17 December 2014
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It does not get more British and wonderful than Joanna Lumley, the English actress, former model and author. She is famously known for the British television series Absolutely Fabulous as Patsy Stone. She also starred in great movies like Trail of the Pink Panther, James and the Giant Peach, and more recently The Wolf of Wall Street.

Joanna Lumley made acting as her career but has used her international notoriety to help raise awareness in many charities and organisations.

She is a recognised human, but also animal rights activist for organisations such as Survival International or Compassion in World Farming. She is a real Londoner, and has been living in this wonderful city for over 45 years now. Her favourite places to go are Holland Park, located West of Hyde Park, right next to Kensington. She loves to observe the different type of birds there. Whenever she comes back to London from a trip, she always goes for Fish & Chips in Knightsbridge, and highly recommends going on an open top bus to visit the main landmarks. Her favourite places in London are Hyde Park Corner, with its phenomenal statue, the great Quadriga of War. She also loves the beautiful golden statue of Queen Victoria in front of the Royal Palace.

Joanna Lumley visits The Cavendish London

Joanna Lumley has always wanted to show how much she loves London and wishes to leave her print for future generations. Recently, she has been helping designer Thomas Heatherwick to create a new kind of pedestrian bridge across the Thames called the Garden Bridge which would feature trees and gardens.

Author: Cavendish.London