If I’m honest, I’m not really sure know where to start with my time at the Cannes Film Festival this year, it was such a wonderful whirlwind of a weekend from start to finish, I almost felt as if I was in a movie myself, a rom com meets cool European film, set in the Cote d’Azur where a group of friends have the time of their lives and appreciate every second. Now there’s a film I should write!

Cannes Film Festival

Cannes was a gorgeous, gloriously sunny, hilariously funny, thought-provoking and utterly glamorous girly weekend away which made me feel so incredibly alive, rejuvenated and pretty much 21 all over again, with its infectious energy and buzz, pristine riviera, bright lights, dark theatres and red carpets.

Fever London

Most of all, being around great friends I’ve known for years, who truly get me that I could party with until the early hours (something rare these days), all wrapped up in this almost magical atmosphere meant I had the time of my life.

There really is nowhere quite like Cannes.

To give you a little background, as well as being a professional blogger, I’m also a multi- award winning filmmaker having made critically acclaimed short films, TV drama, documentaries, music videos and commercials that have screened on British, American, French and Greek TV, and at film festivals all over the world.

This was my 4th time at the most famous of festivals – and probably the most fun yet!

I know the South of France well as I’ve been lucky enough to holiday there since I was a kid so Antibes, Grasse, St Tropez and of course Cannes, feel familiar stomping grounds for me. I know the backstreets, best restaurants and now, thanks to having kids, the greatest toy shops in town too!

Dazzlingly sunny, not far from home (a 2 hour flight), if only I could make the Cote d’Azur home for half the year (a girl can dream right?!).

Seriously though, I love merging my blogging and film worlds and Cannes is the perfect place for that.  I had some exciting meetings about some upcoming digital and film projects I’m featuring in as well as meetings about a TV comedy I have in development with well known TV company DLT Entertainment.

I attended the festival with my publicist and great friend, Hayley of Abbot Kinney Ltd and one of my best mates in the whole world, renowned casting director, Nicci Topping of Topps Casting. These girls sure know how to party and we had a wild time together!

Cannes Film Festival

We stayed in a fabulously chic apartment (thank to Nicci for arranging) close to the Croisette, which is where all the action takes place, although admittedly we barely had chance to enjoy it as we were too busy running in heels to screenings, eating fine French food (hello fillet steak and beef carpaccio) and hopping from party to party! Flipping hard life huh!

With such a crazy Cannes schedule, we had several ‘pit stops’ at my favourite cafe in Cannes, the ‘Armani Caffe’ for a quick caffeine fix (or in my case a ‘de-caff fix’) most days.

Fortunately, the designer name doesn’t mean designer price tags and you can enjoy a frothy coffee for around the €3 mark. Good huh?!

armani cafe cannes

And sweet treats for my girls only, as I was being good on my sugar-free paleo diet. Champagne doesn’t count does it?!

armani cafe

It was pretty easy to stay healthy there though, with delicious food aplenty, as the bistros, on and off the Croisette, never disappoint.

dinner

Here are some French food porn highlights for you all.

I can safely say that this beef carpaccio is one of the tastiest I’ve ever had! So lean and light with a mountain of peppery rocket and parmesan shavings to add some bite.

beef carpacio

Hayley opted for a classic starter of Mozzarella, beef tomatoes and rocket in a basil pesto. This bistro, we later found, was rather obsessed with rocket…

mozzarella salad

My main course was fillet steak (cooked to perfection) with a balsamic reduction, rocket and parmesan (again) with a side of seasonal vegetables. Medium rare, it was tender, the reduction tangy and if I wasn’t wearing such a fitted dress, I would have finished it all!

steak with balsamic reduction

Despite the fine restaurants in Cannes, I couldn’t resist a lunchtime picnic on the beach on the Sunday so headed to my favourite French supermarket Monoprix to pick up a feast. How lush does the fresh fruit and veg look? Olives, cold meats, seafood salad and various cheeses were enjoyed that day!

Monoprix supermarket

As we walked around the streets it seemed I was either confused with someone else or I have a lot of French Honest Mum readers 😉 as I was stopped numerous times and asked for photos while there, starting as soon as we hopped of the plane at Nice Airport. Now I know how Jennifer Aniston must feel 😉

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…Funnily enough a random French passerby also rushed towards me on the Croisette shouting, ‘Le sac, le sac’ before motioning she wanted a picture with my Brisbane Nova Harley bag.

Nova Harley

Talk about it being a show stopper hey!

Even strolling around the streets is every cinephile’s dream! The atmosphere in Cannes is electrifying. My kids cannot wait for the Peanuts Movie to come out at the end of the year and seeing this installation over there, nor can I!

peanuts movie

Argh, picture-perfect blue skies and the hustle and bustle of Cannes as deals are made, stars signed, and films enjoyed.

Croisette

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journalists in Cannes

huge pellegrino bottle

Majestik Hotel

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Cannes by night is equally enchanting…

croisette at cannes

champagne

The Grand Hotel

palm tree

man in cannes

Even the toilets are glam in Cannes – I j’adore the mosaic wall and flooring here. Fabulous!

mosaic

…And of course, there’s no shortage of A-listers at the Cannes Film Festival. In fact, LA and London must have been devoid of celebs as everyone heads to the Cotes d’Azur for these 2 weeks in May.

Always the star spotters, we saw the beautiful Sienna Miller aka the queen of ‘boho-chic’ who is one of the judges at this year’s festival, as well as rapper Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def, who was at the Amy Winehouse film screening party, where he was rumoured to have struck a romance with girl of the moment, Zoe Kravtiz.

We witnessed quite a lot of celeb gossip in action but I’ll leave that to bloggers like Perez!

…Thanks Joules for my stunning Cannes-worthy floppy hat and Fever London for the pink day dress.

hayley and vicki

Cannes 2015
Selfies were banned on the red carpet, but we snuck one in when security weren’t looking. Such rebels hey! Next we’ll be wearing flats…

red carpet selfie

Cannes is of course first and foremost about the films and we were lucky to attend some incredible film screenings, as well as catching a midnight flick on the beach.

late night film at the cannes film festival

outdoor cinema

little black dress

I can highly recommend the new moving documentary on the late Amy Winehouse. It’s one of the most moving films I’ve ever seen on a star lost too soon.

This touching portrait follows the artistic triumph and devastating personal troubles of Amy. Using unseen footage and unreleased tracks, the documentary tells her story through her own words – heartbreaking yet ‘can’t look away’ fascinating. It will make you cry and cry.

We also saw Carol, which was met with great acclaim following its debut at the festival and is a strong contender for the prestigious Palme d’Or award.

Set in New York during the 1950s, it follows Rooney Mara’s character, a department-store clerk, who dreams of a better life and falls for an older, married woman played by Cate Blanchett.

Both women give the performances of their lives, so much so, I wouldn’t be surprised if they were both up for an Oscar nomination in 2016 too. Mesmerising. Go see it when it’s out.

We also attended the market screening of The Rise of the Krays, two of my friends Kevin Leslie and Simon Cotton are the leads in it (so funny that as soon as we arrived in London we opened the Evening Standard to see them in it too) and my friend Nicci cast the film.

Here they are having a laugh with our suitcases on arrival!

boys

…An authentic, gritty film with outstanding performances, this is the first of 2 parts and will be released in cinemas later in the summer.

rise of the krays

And here we are at the film’s party overlooking the sweet, deep sea. We were blessed with scorching temperatures so happily got our vitamin sea fix while out there but were slightly horrified to be met with hailstones in Yorkshire on our return!
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Below with dashing ‘stars to watch’ Kevin and Simon.

vicki simon and kevin

rise of the krays team

vicki, nicci and hayley
We spent our evenings attending some fabulous parties and enjoying cocktails in the hotels there, The Grand and The Majestik are two of the most popular hang outs at the festival and are the ideal setting to catch up with film friends.

For myself, Cannes is a bit like a school reunion and a chance to hang out with old colleagues and make new acquaintances.

At Cannes soirees it must be said, the glamour stakes are off the Richter scale. Everyone is styled up to the max – hey even the paparazzi wear tux’s – but despite what you might presume, the parties themselves are rarely pretentious.

Everyone is there to let their hair down, enjoy the moment and simply celebrate their films.

Cannes

On the second night we met a group of super cool and witty American producers and financiers. Over from LA and NY, they were telling us all about the exciting films their company has in the pipeline, such as an upcoming movie that sees Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson reunited again on the silver screen. I can’t wait for that one.

LA producers

Our favourite party was by the French TV station France Télévisions – which is the equivalent of our beloved BBC.

Overlooking the beach, it was a super cool location for a party with the added bonus of champagne on tap (ooh la la) and the coolest Parisian DJs who played old school 90’s R ‘n’ B all night long. My jaw physically hurt from laughing and we danced until 4am.

french tv party

For the party I wore this glamorous 1940’s style figure hugging Julia V Neck Pencil Dress (£69.99) that I was kindly gifted by Fever London.

Bright colours were big hit with the A-listers on the red carpet this year so I’m glad my outfit was bang on ‘Cannes’ trend (you can read my round-up of all the Cannes fashion trends over on my style blog, Mummy’s Got Style).
I paired it with my sparkly heels and this gorgeous vintage YSL gold necklace that I picked up years ago from a vintage shop in Paris.

Towards the end of the night, a little bit tipsy (OK a lot) we headed to the gif machine there and had some fun!

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…At the more professional scale of photography (!) I had a quick pro-shoot with a French photographer (hey Momo!) for the Jacques Vert‘s summer campaign in a gifted dress that made me feel a million dollars.

And when you’re feeling like a million dollars, where better to head than the Cannes Marina!

yachts

yacht

If only I actually had a million dollars so I could get my mitts on one of those super yachts!

jacques vert dress

This embellished lace layered purple dress is such a beauty isn’t it?

Purple is a colour I rarely wear, but I love how striking it is, with the sumptuous embellished detail and layers of lace: perfect for the festival.

…Well and truly partied out, we spent our final morning exploring the enchanting backstreets of Cannes, which are peppered with unique boutiques and exquisite Riviera architecture.

And here we are at brunch

brunch

nicci topping

Goat’s cheese omelette time. Tasty.

goat cheese omelette

I even stumbled across this charming wooden toy shop full of hand crafted toys so stopped to pick up personalised presents for Oliver and Alexander.

toy shop in cannes

WOW! What an amazing, fun, carefree, wild weekend away, I was a little sad to leave before the end of the festival, but so excited to be reunited with my gorgeous little family back home.

I savoured every sparkly minute. That place is a hyper reality, it really makes you feel energised. The vibe there is utterly and overwhelmingly contagious, and I returned refreshed, excited about future creative projects locked down over there, and in great need of kisses from my three ‘boys’.

Agh Cannes, I love you. Now hurry up May 2016!

 

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179 Responses

  1. Angela at Daysinbed

    It certainly looks like a lot of fun! I checked out some of your director work and it is fab. i recognised some of the ads too! Brilliant photographs and it looks like a fabulous week.

    Angela xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much for checking out my reel, appreciate it. So glad you liked the photos too, it was brilliant fun x

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  2. Ebabee

    What an incredible weekend – how did you manage to pack it all in?! You look lovely in everything but that purple dress is a million dollars on you. Wow! Love the colour – you should wear that colour more. Sounds like a fab, creative, fun, party weekend and can’t wait to hear more about your film making projects. xxx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much darling Nomita, I will definitely wear purple more often. Some exciting merging of blog and film work in the pipeline xx

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  3. Gemma Capocci

    Looks like you had an incredible time! You look very glam in all the pics. Very exciting that you have a project in development with DLT Entertainment. I used to do their PR a long time ago before I had the kids. Are you working with Don Taffner Jr? I also used to go to Cannes with work by for the TV festival there – not nearly as glam! You look fantastic! x

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    • honestmum

      Really Gemma, what a small world, it’s been with them a while and my producer is the amazing Michaela Hennessy-Vass. I’d love to make the TV festival x

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  4. Cheryl | TimeToCraft

    I have no idea how you fit it all in to one weekend. No idea. Looks amazing. The food and the atmosphere. Awesome. Love the purple lace dress. I love well made dresses. If I was there I’d be too busy working out how the dresses had been made and completely ignore the stars wearing them. But that’s me. Bet you’re glad you took so many photos to remember it all.
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    • honestmum

      Thanks Cheryl, we got through a lot but was so fun, time flew by. Lovely that blogging means we won’t forget it x

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  5. ERFmama

    Incredible! Loved your little clip as well to get a proper feeling of the scenery haha. And how beautiful it looked, what an experience! I envy you now! haha
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  6. Eimear

    Ah I have Cannes envy!!! #brilliantblogposts
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  7. Liz

    Wow! Wow! Wow! What an amazing weekend Vicky. Needless to say you look amazing in every single outfit.The photos are stunning too, especially the foodie ones. I feel like I’ve been on holiday just reading this post. fabulous! xxx
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  8. Megan - Truly Madly

    What a glamorous life you lead! You look stunning and I LOVE those wedges!
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  9. Hayley - Downs Side Up

    Vicki, I have spent all week telling everyone I know that my film maker friend is in Cannes. I love the glamour, the celeb spotting, the food and bubbles. I NEED those 70s blue wooden sandals! You looked amazing, like part of the furniture, but most of all I completely understand how you feel when you talk of getting together with old friend who know you inside and out, warts and all. Whether we get to go away, pop out for a quick meal of sit at home with a cuppa, we all need those friends who understand our true (often pre-Mummy) identities. So glad you found that special time. Much love, H x
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much darling Hayley, you are so right, just simply a window of time to be ‘you’, so important, so nourishing, so liberating and fun. I’m taking you with me one year, OK Xxx

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  10. Mummy Fever

    How glamourous – looks very exciting. Love the dress in the first photo 🙂
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  11. Gretta

    Sounds like you had an amazing time!
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  12. Toni @ Gym Bunny Mummy

    Oh wow lady, you really are living the dream! Looks like you had the best time, and all those amazing dresses!!! #BrilliantBlogPosts
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  13. MOMM

    Wow! Looks like you had a fantastic trip!! The pictures are gorgeous and you look fantastic! Keep it up! #brilliantblogposts

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  14. K @ Eat.Love.Live

    WOW! You sound like you had such a great time. Your photos look brilliant. I would love to one day go to the Cannes Film Festival but for now I will just live vicariously through your blog post!! xx
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  15. Lucy Bishop

    oh Vicki just wow! I loved reading this post beautiful & at times felt like I was right there with you (I wish!) it sounded truly amazing & so much fun! There’s nothing quite like a break away somewhere hot and beautiful with good friends and flirting champagne! Especially excited about seeing Carol when it’s out & the Amy Winehouse film, both sound right up my street!! It’s always been a dream of mine to attend Cannes (I was originally trained as an actress) and it was magic to read your slice of the action! Mmwah xxx ps. You rocked those dresses x
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    • honestmum

      Oh hun, I remember reading about your acting, you should come with me one year, imagine the fun. So glad you liked it, we had so much fun and being around my friends, the guys and the girls was brilliant, many of us live in different cities and even countries so coming together in Cannes is just incredible x

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  16. MummyWrites

    Wow Vicki. What a weekend that was! Such a fabulous photo diary too! Your photo shoots look brilliant. You seem very comfortable there! 🙂
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    • honestmum

      Thanks, I’ve attended several times before and holidayed there a lot so it does feel like home, if not a very glamorous home overlooking the sea! Ha! So glad you like the shoot!

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  17. Lianne @ one of each kind

    Such an incredible life you lead. This post is amazing, I cant decide which dress I love more, the abstract one, the purple one or the pink, all equally amazing!! You looked stunning in every picture. Thank you for the eye candy also (Kevin and Simon). I’m intrigued to see the Amy Winehouse documentary, I was a big fan.
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    • honestmum

      You are too kind Lianne, thank you so much, we all just had the most fun, feel so grateful for the opportunities I have in life. You must see the doc x

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  18. Lora @ The 21st Century Mama

    Sounds like you had a fabulous weekend! And I’m starving now after all the gorgeous food photographs.

    I think we’ll have to add Cannes to our list for a holiday destination – a 2 hour flight sounds like bliss after our 8 hour commutes from Dubai to the UK!
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    • honestmum

      You must Lora, I’ve not been to Dubai but can really recommend the South of France, we’ve been going since we were kids and the crystal blue water and short commute means it’s bliss for all x

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  19. Becky, Cuddle Fairy

    What an amazing experience – so glamorous and gorgeous! The Armani Cafe sounds amazing. I love your dresses for the different days. #brilliantblogposts

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  20. Fionnuala

    Wow, look amazing. And those tiles! That is just the kind of thing I am hoping is under the ugly laminate in our house 🙂
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  21. You Baby Me Mummy

    Wow what an amazing time you had, it looks perfect. Your dresses are stunning, glad you had fun x
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  22. Rachel Bustin

    I love the post! You wore some beautiful dresses. Looks like you had an amazing time xx
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  23. The L's Mum

    Wow, Cannes looks awesome and it looks like you had a wonderful time. The photographs are stunning and Your dress choices were fabulous, you belong there 🙂

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  24. Carolyn

    Oh my goodness what an amazing experience! You really did manage to pack in so much, and by the way you looked stunning in that purple lace dress! Xx
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  25. Notmyyearoff

    It looks amazing and you look permanently gorgeous as always! Such a flurry of activity and it looks like it must never sleep!

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  26. Wander Mum

    Wow. I feel like I was almost there with you! Have always wanted to go to the festival – will do one day! So fab to be with your girly friends and enjoy the parties and screenings. I can’t wait to see Amy. Loved Senna and have interviewed Asif kapadia before – he’s a talented man. Love your dresses – particularly the pink Fever one – fab! #brilliantblogposts

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    • honestmum

      Oh Asif is amazing, I had a short film showing at Dinard when he was years back, hugely talented. Thanks so much for the lovely comment x

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  27. Rebecca U

    My father-in-law works in film so he (and my hubby) have been several times – always been so jealous it sounds, and looks grom your pics, amazing! Loving the purple dress too
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling, what do they do? Wonder if we passed each other on the croisette, you have to attend one year too x

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  28. Juliet McGrattan

    Oh my word! You’ve just transported me to another world for a few minutes which is pretty amazing feat at 7am as I do my blog catch-up. Very well written Vicki, I could really sense the atmosphere and vibe. I’m off to the style blog for a bit more dress porn but want to say the bright pink and the purple dress are fab colours on you. Xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much, it was one epic long weekend. Recovery time is taking quite a while though! I’ll be blogging in more detail about my style over on my style blog tomorrow too x

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  29. Michelle Reeves (bodfortea)

    I know how much you were looking forward to this weekend and WOW it certainly lived up to all your expectations! What an amazing time you had and how much fun?! So great that you could share it with good friends too. You’ve really whet my appetite for the Cote d’Azur and can’t wait to visit next week (although I think our trip will be a lot less glam!). You must give me your resutaurant suggestions and top tips for Grasse 🙂 Stunning post, shots and film darling, might be my fav post of yours yet! xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling, it really did, so wonderful to be around the girls and catch up with old friends, a window of pure fun. Realise how lucky I am. Yes will email you some of my favourite places and will ask Papa G too, I remember the most incredible restaurant we ate at and the Princess of Monaco was dining there too, you are going to love the South of France x

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  30. John Adams

    Your opening paragraph made mw think of Sex and the City! Anyway, I want to go and see the Amy Winehouse film. Such a talent lost so young.

    At least I’d get away with wearing flats if I ever went!

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  31. Sally

    Looks like you had the most wonderful time. It all looks terribly glam. Glad you enjoyed yourself. I think I’d love to go one day.
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  32. Ellie Mulligan

    How amazing! Great photos and you look stunning! cannes looks so glam xxx
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  33. Kirsten Toyne

    You look fabulous and like you had a wonderful time. It is great to be out doing your stuff and feeling that way.
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    • honestmum

      Thanks Kirsten, it’s really good for the soul to get the chance to feel so energised and laugh like that. I came back rested despite not a lot of sleep! x

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  34. RC @ Going Dad

    Sooooo ummmmm, I guess you kinda had a good time, huh? 🙂

    Looks amazing, and I was excited about the coffee, but then seeing the rocket dressed meals just topped it off. I love that the arugula is called rocket, it’s just more fun to say…….and eat!

    Glad you had a great time! #brilliantblogposts
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  35. Katie / Pouting In Heels

    Gorgeous post darling! And what an amazing time you had! You look stunning in the outfits and the photos are magnifique!! Mwah! X
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much Katie, it was one of those memorable weekends where we all just laughed and laughed. Love that blogging means I’ll never forget it either xx

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  36. Kaye

    Amazing! I’m so jealous, especially as beef carpaccio is one of my favorite things ever. And of course the awesome Cannes. You look fantastically glamorous. #brillblogposts
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  37. Mummy Tries

    Stunning, gorgeous, fabulous, beautiful. Just OMAG! Sounds like you had the best time. I really enjoyed your fb updates. You look da bomb in that purple dress darling xxx
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  38. Kelly

    Wow! This looks incredibly glamorous!! I want your life thanks :).

    This is my first linkup with you, so looking forward to reading some more blogs. xo

    #BrilliantBlogPosts
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling, it was fabulous and I’m very lucky, thanks so much for stopping by and linking up, great to have you x

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  39. Random Musings

    Wow, what a weekend” Looks absolutely amazing! Cannes would be a great place to go anytime but during the film festival it looks like a different world #brillblogposts
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    • honestmum

      Really is but I would recommend a holiday there too, especially with kids out of festival time as it’s less manic. The buzz of the festival is amazing though x

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  40. Amy

    Oh Vicki it looks so unbelievably fabulous, all your outfits look amazing. I think if I had 5 minutes inside your wardrobe I’d die and go to heaven. Absolutely incredible opportunities for you and well deserved. What a magical time. So enjoyed reading and seeing your highlights xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling Amy, I do love my dresses, they comprise most of my dresses which makes the school run a bit of a tough one. I need more trackies! Ha xx

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  41. EmmaK

    ooh la la! Looks like you had a fab time. I really love that floppy hat. Looks great on you. I’m gonna get my mitts on a superyacht sooner or later…..I’m so impressed that you can wear all those sky high heels, my feet just can’t take it anymore.
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  42. Trista

    Oh what a fabulous time it looks like you had. I love all the pictures you took…you look absolutely stunning. Thanks for hosting another great linky!
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  43. Mel

    Wow, wow, wow, you look like you belong on the red carpet too! That red dress and the sparkly shoes are simply gorgeous!xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much, we had the most incredible time, I savoured every single minute, felt so grateful to be there again at such an iconic festival xx

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