On a very cold, windy January morning, we took a little trip to Knole Park – a beautiful park in Kent which is home to a mediaeval deer herd and a stunning Jacobean house. We loved the park so much but unfortunately the house wasn’t open when we visited so we vowed to return during the summer to take a peak inside – which is exactly what we did over the weekend. I was pretty bummed to learn that you couldn’t take pictures inside (just picture a huge creaky house, filled with exquisite tapestries, rare furniture and intricate detailing) but I did manage to snap some better pics of the deer herd mooching about in front of the house. I was munching on a banana which seemed to intrigue one of the deer who came right up to us to take a sniff. Now, I probably shouldn’t admit this but I kind of freaked out and hid behind Jordan. Not one of my finest moments. Scared to death by Bambi.
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