Isn’t it marvellous? In just a few days Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, will be on our shores. By “our,” I mean the German shores. We are all. Very. Excited. By excited, I mean strolling briskly, blushing and flapping…
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I’m really excited about my forth-coming trip to the Baltic Region and you’ll be the first to hear all about it LOL! Right now, I would like to focus on some British stuff. Living in Berlin as an expat and as The British Berliner,…
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I'm a British girl from Manchester living in Berlin with my German husband and my half British – half German son. My blog is a lifestyle expat travel blog and puts a focus on my promotion of culture, history, travels around the world, Europe, Brexit, the Royal Family, British-German life and being British in Berlin - I am The British Berliner!
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