In my latest vlog, I look back at the three English places I once called home. Hence this incredibly deep picture of me looking east toward the Motherland. Actually, I'm looking west toward a car park, but I figured no one would know the difference. Link is in my bio. #england
It's not every day you get to meet a superhero. I'd say the guy behind me was pretty calm under the circumstances. #superman
Don't be fooled by the flag. It's supposed to signify a successful invasion. But nothing tonight was more invasive than this black bean burger, who laid siege to my intestines with horrifying brutality. Reports suggest it plans to withdraw from the region at the next gas station. #america
This is one of a selection of Air Force One planes at the @afmuseum in Ohio. Seeing the various models called to mind iconic moments in history, such as the swearing-in of Lyndon B. Johnson or the moment Harrison Ford told a Russian agitator, in no uncertain terms, to remove himself from the vehicle. Either way, the whole experience was entirely humbling and caused me to awkwardly hold my bladder. Video coming soon. #findingamerica #usaf #ohio
Volume 18 of #AskABrit is out now on my YouTube Channel (link is in my bio). In this week's episode, I answer questions on British ice cream, the great outdoors, American obesity, and more.
Sometimes, life delivers heart-stopping moments; moments that change the course of our personal histories and thrust us into a vacuum of quiet, unspoken dread. For me, that moment was when I realized that the cushion beneath my arse was, in fact, a cat. #InstagramStories #letsgetserious. #mycat
There are 12 men in the state of Kentucky called Ken Tucky. #MadeupFacts #kentucky
This is what it's like when the moon actually shows up.
Made it to Hopkinsville, Kentucky - the location at which totality for today's eclipse will be longest in the nation. The moon is taking its sweet time to get here. Diva. #eclipse #greatamericaneclipse #hopkinsville #kentucky