After all the hard work involved in the filming of The Hampstead Heath Chainsaw Massacre, a break was much needed. This morning, just after a foie gras breakfast, my private helicopter - a Sikorsky X2 - landed on the lawn and whisked me over 600 miles up to the very northwest coast of Scotland.
I'm now on vacation for the next few weeks, enjoying the stunning white sands of Sanna Bay. It's a bay on the Ardnamurchan peninsula, the most westerly part of the British mainland, and quite literally, the end of the road. Today, I enjoyed swimming in crystal-clear ocean, exploring rockpools, and then a light lunch of mussels and a snooze in a deckchair. The weather is roasting too! Long may it continue.