Happy Father’s Day to all the Pinky Prof fan fathers. The lioness has returned from her jungle adventures and decided to take a much-deserved holiday in the concrete jungle of London. That’s right, yours truly, Pinky Prof, had the pleasure of catching up with some long-lost friends, especially the Ebizies, and even attending not one, but two weddings. If you thought I was all work and no play, think again. This social birdie spread its wings and soared through the bustling streets of the UK’s capital.

Let me paint you a picture: London, a city teeming with history, culture, and energy. From the iconic red double-decker buses to the majestic Tower Bridge, every corner of this city oozes charm and character. And let me tell you, I soaked it all in like a sponge. The bustling streets, the vibrant markets, the melting pot of people from all walks of life – London is truly a sight to behold.

But enough about the city itself, let’s talk about the real highlight of my trip – catching up with old friends. The Ebizies, a couple who I have known for years, welcomed me with open arms and treated me and my husband as always like family. The laughter, the stories, the memories we shared – it was like no time had passed at all. It’s moments like these that remind me of the importance of strong bonds and lasting friendships. In a world that is constantly changing and evolving, it’s reassuring to know that some things remain constant.

And then there were the weddings. Oh, the weddings. Two lovebirds tying the knot in a grand celebration of unity and commitment. The venues were exquisite, the food was exquisite, and the atmosphere was simply electric. As someone who values tradition and romance, witnessing these couples say “I do” was nothing short of magical. It’s a reminder that love, in all its forms, is the most powerful force in the world. And let me tell you, seeing the joy and happiness in the eyes of the newlyweds made my heart swell with warmth.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. Pinky Prof , the woman of action and adventure, taking a break from her busy schedule to relax and enjoy the finer things in life? It may seem out of character, but even lionesses need to recharge their batteries from time to time. And what better way to do so than by immersing oneself in the vibrant energy of London, surrounded by loved ones and celebrating the joys of life.

But don’t get it twisted – this holiday was not all leisure and no play. I took the opportunity to explore the city, soak in its rich history and culture, and indulge in some fine dining and entertainment. London may be a melting pot of cultures and traditions, but it also has a flair for the extravagant and the luxurious. And let me tell you, I indulged in the finest that this city has to offer, because why settle for anything less?

So there you have it, my summer loving Pinky Prof tribe. The Pink lioness took a break from the hustle and bustle of her everyday Nigerian life to soak in the sights, sounds, and experiences of London. From catching up with old friends to witnessing the beauty of love at two weddings, this holiday was a much-needed reminder of the importance of balance and relaxation. And let me tell you, I will be back in Nigeria soon feeling recharged, rejuvenated, and ready to tackle whatever challenges come my way. London, you may have captured my heart, but the lioness will always roam free.


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If you thought I was all work and no play, think again. This social birdie spread its wings and soared through the bustling streets of the UK’s capital.

Good friends still exist

Good to know some things are still a constant

Heading to Dr Emeka and Edith Uzoho’s son’s traditional wedding .

Chidilim extraordinaire!

Culture redefined

Such fun and laughter

The iceland bride getting into the thick of it

Loving the Igbo culture

Twas a day to remember

To shine

To love

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