Get to Know Me

I understand your desires.

I feel the same way you do.

I understand you.

I understand what you want and need.

I can fulfil you.

Leap into sensual fulfilment.

Enjoy, and you will be enjoyed.

A Little About Me…

My ideal lover is a discerning and fun-loving sort of chap who deserves intense and uninhibited pleasure to counterbalance the commitments of his daily life; he satisfies all his senses to the most opulent degree when he's with me, while still highly valuing discretion. In other words, a gentleman seeking a little no-strings romantic fun and appreciative of trust, empathy and glamour.

I love dating like this in order to satisfy my voraciously passionate appetites. I know that a sensual, luxurious lifestyle is essential to my happiness- not in terms of having designer bags and shoes and so forth, but in the sense of enjoying the luxury and privilege of dating successful men and celebrating their sensuality intimately with them... in perfect privacy and style. Pleasure, style, freedom, intimacy, empathy, trustworthiness, adventurous sex and the smoothest of confidential dating experiences are what I bring to the table, along with the occasional wine recommendation. And the ability to convincingly mask my high sex drive with perfectly English poise, charm and etiquette when in public.

Photographer: Darla Blake

My interests include sensuality in its myriad forms, fine dining and haute cuisine (see below), history, philosophy, vintage décor, fashion, health, beauty, the social sciences, yoga, coffee, cinema, literature, massage, mixology, and sharing adventures in and out of the bedroom, from fetishistic to culinary to skydiving.

My personal fetishes include clothing such as lace lingerie, satin slips, fully fashioned stockings, leather gloves, latex wiggle dresses and vinyl catsuits, veils, masks, and full tulle skirts; red lipstick and nail polish; high heeled boots and shoes; foot worship (and receiving body worship in general… what a feeling!); classic bondage; giving training, humiliation and discipline, including caning and corporal punishment (I was both Head Girl and a prefect at a formal English girls' school, and still have the badges to prove it! as well as my summer uniform); and giving warm champagne showers from my personal and very private reserve (a particular forte of mine. They don't call me Lilly "Racehorse" Watson for nothing.). There is so much more than I can list here.

If you have similar interests and would like to meet, I invite you to chat with me via the pink speech bubble in the bottom right corner of this screen, e-mail me at or get in touch via AdultWork. We will get on very well indeed.

I am very curious to hear your fantasies, no matter how unusual or taboo they might seem. Perhaps we could live out your fantasies for real.

I must admit that any situation or activity that allows me to time travel to the glamorous first half of the Twentieth Century is guaranteed to get me in the mood. Can it be any surprise that London and Paris are my favourite cities?

Style: classy, classic and a little retro, with a few unique personal fashion twists. No tattoos, fillers or body piercings

Hair: long, blonde and waved

Eyes: blue

Skin: very light and fair

Nationality: English (Southern)

Height: 5'6"

Dress size: UK 8-10/ small is fine for most things, but latex should always be made to measure ("couture")

Bra size: UK 36C (US 36B) or a size medium for bralettes and bikini tops

Shoe size: UK 7/ US 9/ EU 40 (40.5 for Louboutin heels!) My shapely feet are always freshly pedicured

Glove size: 6.5-7/ medium (I love leather gloves). My hands are quite small but I sometimes need a size 7 glove to accommodate my manicure


Birthday: 15th May. "Sex is always a big number for Taurus... For Taurus, food is the most obvious aphrodisiac and sex is the natural expression of love. This is a physically strong yet emotionally gentle sign that you can rely on for regular, satisfying sex." – It is written in the stars!

My Favourite London Bars and Restaurants

Know me, know my foodie obsession. I love to dine in style. If you do too, I would like to invite you to join me. (I can also recommend bars and restaurants in the rest of the UK and Paris.)

Bob Bob Ricard

Bob Bob Ricard Soho, the iconic London restaurant, serves a classic British and Russian menu to an eclectic clientele in London’s most glamorous all-booth dining room. Equipped with a “Press for Champagne” button at every table, it is famous for pouring more champagne than any other restaurant in Britain. My kind of place!

Bob Bob Ricard
1 Upper James Street
London W1F 9DF
+44 (0) 20 3145 1000


The menu reflects its glittering heritage, serving the finest traditional fish and shellfish dishes alongside a variety of meat and seasonal game favourites in an atmosphere of urbane sophistication. Oysters, served at the elegant oyster and champagne bar, are a house speciality. I dream of their plateau de fruits de mer for two, served with lobster and an icy bottle of Perrier-Jouët.

20 Mount Street
London W1K 2HE
+44 (0) 20 7495 7309

Pied à Terre

Pied à Terre is the longest-standing independent Michelin-starred restaurant in the UK. Executive Chef Asimakis Chaniotis’s classic French cuisine with reference to his Greek heritage is presented in a fashionably elegant and sophisticated setting. Alongside their omnivores’ menu, they serve the best vegan tasting menu in London!

Pied à Terre
34 Charlotte Street
London W1T 2NH
+44 (0) 20 7636 1178

The Savoy restaurants and bars

The Savoy is a destination for food lovers and connoisseurs alike: a choice of seven restaurants and bars offer something to suit all tastes. Dine informally in Kaspar’s at The Savoy, where an imaginative ever-changing menu of sustainable, fresh seafood is on offer from morning until night. I love coming here during the Christmas season, when the lobby is beautifully decorated and The Savoy Grill is serving Christmas dinner.

The Savoy Hotel
The Strand
London WC2R 0EU
+44 (0) 20 7592 1600 (9am – 8pm)


Situated in the heart of Mayfair, Benares serves Michelin-starred modern Indian cuisine. Named after India’s holy city, Benares marries tradition with daring modernity. The vegetarian tasting menu is just as delicious as the omnivorous one, even without the wine pairings (I must admit to ordering half a lager instead of wine when I go for an Indian!).

12a Berkely Square
London W1J 6BS
+44 (0) 20 7629 8886

The Wolseley

The Wolseley is a café-restaurant in the grand European tradition located on Piccadilly, London. In my opinion, they serve the best full English breakfast in London.

The Wolseley
160 Piccadilly
London W1J 9EB
+44 (0) 20 7499 6996

Park Chinois

An exquisite blend of artistry and inspiring modernism is waiting to be discovered. Park Chinois will capture your imagination and immerse your senses in the unique world of Chinoiserie – the French and Oriental inspired culture of dining, entertainment, and experience. Their dim sum is exquisite, but honestly, I like to go just to enjoy the perfect cocktails and soak up the atmosphere.

Park Chinois
17 Berkeley Street
London W1J 8EA
+44 (0) 20 3327 8888

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

This intimate restaurant seats 45 guests. Surrounded by the stylish interiors designed by Fabled Studio, combining contemporary elegance and unparalleled service, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has the hallmark of true excellence. I really want to experiment with their “Carte Blanche” menu, where the chef creates a bespoke menu for us.

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
68 Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HP
+44 (0)207 352 4441

The Ritz Restaurant

With sparkling chandeliers, towering marble columns and soaring floor to ceiling windows overlooking the calm oasis of Green Park, the elegant Ritz Restaurant is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful dining rooms in the world. It is a Michelin-starred restaurant so of course the food is second to none, but what keeps me coming back is the service. The staff here is perfection (and so is that Ritz 110 cocktail). Order something with honey in it- they get it from their own bees, which they keep on the roof.

The Ritz
150 Piccadilly
London W1J 9BR
+44 (0) 20 7493 8181


Set between Belgravia and Knightsbridge, Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay is a Michelin starred restaurant serving exceptional modern French cuisine. With a spectacular circular dining room boasting a floor-to-ceiling wine cellar at its heart, Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay offers exquisite wines from across the world, including vintages from its namesake Chateau Pétrus. I had the best meal of my life here once and am longing to go back for more.

1 Kinnerton Street
London SW1X 8EA
+44 (0) 207 592 1609


London's award-winning Japanese restaurant, serving contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine in striking yet informal surroundings. When I first started working, I used to take myself here for a solo tasting menu as a quiet post-date treat.

37 Charlotte St
London W1T 1RR
+44 (0) 20 7580 6464

Scarfes Bar

Inspired by the atmosphere of a drawing room and the sophistication of a gentlemen’s club, featuring a roaring fire, a collection of cosy velvet armchairs and shelves filled with over 1000 antique books hand-picked by a Portobello antiques dealer. A creative menu of cocktails and complementary live music seven nights a week add to the conviviality. I like their Suspicious Lady cocktail and superior bar snacks.

Scarfes Bar
252 High Holborn
London WC1V 7EN
+44 (0) 20 3747 8670


Parisian tearoom Ladurée was established in 1862. The venue is world-famous for its macaroons; however, the lunch menu encompasses a selection of dishes that deserve the title "haute cuisine". From the chicken breast vol-au-vent to the sublime winter velouté – plus an array of club sandwiches and the signature Salade Concorde – Ladurée's master chefs make the simple sublime. The menu also includes vegetarian and gluten-free options. I collect their seasonal macaroon boxes- their flower-infused contents are the only sweet snack that I really enjoy. The décor at the Harrods branch in particular is gorgeous- that one sad little photo on the website really doesn't do it justice. 

Ladurée London at Harrods
87/ 135 Brompton Road
London SW1X 7XL
+44 (0) 20 3155 0111

Clos Maggiore

Clos Maggiore is an oasis of calm in the heart of Covent Garden. Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany, the unique interiors create an unparalleled warmth and intimacy. The cherry blossom-adorned conservatory features a fully retractable glass roof creating a bright and airy dining space in summer months and in winter months it is transformed at night by candles, starlight and a crackling fire. I believe I heard somewhere that Clos Maggiore was voted most romantic restaurant in the world at some point. It certainly would be the perfect spot for pre-opera dinner.

Clos Maggiore
33 King Street
London WC2E 8JD
+44 (0)20 7379 9696


Sketch is a complex and unique site containing five different artistically themed restaurants and bars. Conceived by French master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mourad Mazouz, it has attracted unprecedented media reaction for its myriad food, drink and entertainment styles since it opened in 2002. I love to go for cocktails or mocktails in the magical realm that is The Glade before moving to The Lecture Room & Library for dinner. Their website is a nightmare but the place itself is a fabulous escape from reality.

9 Conduit street
London W1S 2XG
+44 (0) 20 7659 4500

Sexy Fish

Japanese-inspired restaurant and bar serving sushi, sashimi, seafood and meat cooked on a Robata grill. Designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and decorated with art by Damien Hirst, Frank Gehry and Michael Roberts, both look and feel is mid-century opulence. The restaurant and bar are open seven days a week with a resident DJ daily. This is the perfect place to end a threesome date with a bang.

Sexy Fish
Berkeley Square House
Berkeley Square
London W1J 6BR
+44 (0) 20 3764 2000


A richly decorated dining room, naturally illuminated during the day by a domed glass roof while seductively aglow under softly lit chandeliers in the evening, Michelin-starred Céleste offers a truly memorable fine dining experience. Honouring British heritage and provenance with modern European creativity, Céleste’s aim is to take you on a culinary journey of great flavours and food with a real story.

The Lanesborough London
Hyde Park Corner
London SW1X 7TA
+44 (0) 20 7259 5599

China Tang

China Tang at The Dorchester is widely heralded as home to some of the finest authentic Cantonese food outside of China. Located within the iconic Dorchester hotel, the Chinese restaurant has built its steadfast reputation on serving a selection of deeply comforting Chinese favourites with style and flair. China Tang bears the unmistakable fingerprint of its flamboyant creator, Sir David Tang, dressed to impress even London’s most glamorous clientele. I love to have a dim sum lunch in the Chinoiserie jewel box of a bar, where the cocktail menu is printed on lovely folding fans.

China Tang at The Dorchester
53 Park Lane
London W1K 1QA
+44 (0) 20 7319 7088

Galvin La Chapelle

Large arched windows, high stone ceilings and elegant interiors provide the perfect backdrop to Michelin starred Galvin La Chapelle’s traditional yet modern French menu, moments away from Liverpool Street station. They do a vegan tasting menu that I’m sure Darla would love if we were on a threesome date and have now maintained their Michelin star for a decade!

Galvin La Chapelle
35 Spital Square
London E1 6DY
+44 (0)20 7299 0400

The Dining Room

In the luxurious setting of a five-star London hotel, The Dining Room is beautifully elegant- a place where traditional and delicious British food triumphs. The holder of a Michelin star and three AA Rosettes, The Dining Room offers an impeccable yet fun dining experience, under the direction of Executive Chef Richard Galli. The Goring offers a dinner, bed and breakfast package convenient for overnight dates.

The Goring
15 Beeston Place
London SW1W 0JW
+44 (0)20 7769 4475


Chinese cuisine is one of most ancient and diverse in the world. Its influence has spread across mountains and jungles, rivers and cities, to impress upon the rest of the globe. Hakkasan’s unique cuisine blends authentic Cantonese recipes with contemporary influences. The kitchen teams create modern dishes using traditional techniques and the finest quality ingredients. It feels a little cooler and trendier than the usual historical places I hang out, but I like it.

17 Bruton Street
London W1J 6QB
+44 (0)20 7907 1888

Marcus at The Berkeley

Marcus is a contemporary European Michelin-starred restaurant from celebrated British chef Marcus Wareing. Set within the five-star Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge, Marcus offers an outstanding fine dining experience in a warm and welcoming dining room, sourcing the best seasonal ingredients from a trusted network of suppliers and applying innovative cooking techniques with exceptional attention to detail. I haven’t had the pleasure yet, but I want to. Very much.

The Berkeley
Wilton Place
London SW1X 7RL
+44 (0)20 7235 1200

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner began in the late 90s with Heston Blumenthal’s fascination with historic gastronomy. The savoury ice creams of the late 1800s, the theatre of the Tudor dining experiences and the dishes of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland all resonated with his unique approach to cooking. Dedicated to the modern day discovery and evolution of dining he realised that the excitement and obsession with food is no new modern day phenomena. A man after my own heart!

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park
66 Knightsbridge
London SW1X 7LA
+44(0)20 7201 3833

Core by Clare Smyth

Core is an elegant fine dining restaurant with an emphasis on natural, sustainable food, sourced from the UK’s most dedicated farmers and food producers. Core celebrates the finest British ingredients for an exceptional and relaxed dining experience in the heart of Notting Hill.

Core by Clare Smyth
92 Kensington Park Road
London W11 2PN
+44 (0) 20 3937 5086

Le Gavroche

Le Gavroche was opened in 1967 by Albert and Michel Roux Snr. At the time it was the only French restaurant of its kind in London - offering the very best of classical French food with the highest standards of cooking and service. Run by Albert’s son, Michel Roux Jr, since 1991, Le Gavroche continues to maintain the excellence for which it has always been famous. I love restaurants with history.

Le Gavroche
43 Upper Brook Street
London W1K 7QR
+44 (0) 20 7408 0881 / +44 (0) 20 7499 1826

La Dame de Pic

Exploring unusual cooking methods and introducing guests to new and unexpected flavour combinations, La Dame de Pic London offers a fresh take on Anne-Sophie’s French culinary heritage from four generations of chefs. If we go, I will absolutely insist we order the tasting menu, so bring your appetite!

Four Seasons Hotel London
10 Trinity Square
London EC3N 4AJ
+44 (0) 203 297 3799


“It is not only the food that is elegant and princely, but also the lavish interiors, where we have created an environment that evokes the opulent extravagance displayed in the Maharajas’ Palaces in the 1920s. By marrying the style of the interiors with the menu, we offer a slice of wondrously haute India in the heart of London’s premier West End. With a rich and scintillating history, Veeraswamy has been known as a legendary landmark amongst the well-heeled, worldwide royalty, and international gourmets since its inception. This has required impeccable service. We have built on this so that the service is not only refined but welcoming with true Indian princely hospitality.” This is the best intro for a restaurant I have ever heard, quite frankly.

Mezzanine Floor, Victory House
99 Regent Street (entrance on Swallow Street)
London W1B 4RS
+44 (0) 20 7734 1401


Umu is dedicated to using the highest quality indigenous, line-caught fish from Cornwall and around the British Isles. Executive Chef Ryo Kamatsu prides himself in using the traditional Japanese method Ikejime when handling the catch. More humane than what is practiced in Europe, the fish is pierced in two places just above the neck and the base of the tailfin, avoiding prolonged trauma. This 17th Century historic technique from the Edo dynasty ensures unparalleled flavour and texture when preparing sashimi. I need someone to share the lobster tempura with, so please apply within.

14-16 Bruton Place
London W1J 6LX
+44 (0) 20 7499 8881

Seven Park Place

Discover fine French cuisine with the best British ingredients at William Drabble’s Michelin starred Seven Park Place restaurant, located in Mayfair, London. A true gastronomic journey awaits you. The tasting “Menu Gourmand” is “only” £105 per person, which is pretty good value for London.

St. James's Hotel & Club Mayfair
7-8 Park Place
London SW1A 1LS
+44 20 7316 1600

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Unrivalled contemporary French cuisine and impeccable service. A modern, light and elegantly informal setting complements the restaurant’s forward-thinking approach to haute cuisine. A perfect place for true hedonists to come together and overindulge each other’s senses.

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
53 Park Lane
London W1K 1QA
+44 (0)20 7629 8866

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