After a visit to Mudchute farm in the morning, (to prepare for school trips next week) on Saturday afternoon we went to a local summer fete at the beautifully named Blythe Hill Fields. There was music, crafts and delicious food, all with a great view over London. I have seen these macaroons on the internet so many times, and have never actually eaten any. They are so delicious that I am going to attempt to make my own in the very near future! I bought one of each flavour, raspberry, chocolate, toffee, coffee, pistachio and lemon. Mmmm! I did a bit more face painting-this is poor Katherine Howard in a page guiltily torn out of my finished Philippa Gregory novel. I also ripped out Anne of Cleves. It is immediately obvious once you take a picture which bits of the face are not quite right. Here the nose is at a totally different angle. I used to look at drawings and paintings in a mirror which is a quicker way of seeing the mistakes. I like the pastel colours in this portrait. Not sure who it is-maybe Holbein?