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We have more married women on our that any other in South Africa who are purely here for or boyfriends on the prowl for something hotter. From glamorous Cape Town socialite to west London girl - Chelsy Davy took her glamorous L'Ormarins Queen's Plate look down a notch when she stepped out in the capital today. The 79-year-old pulled her long blonde hair into a ponytail and wore a black jacket with fur-trimmed hood and trendy fingerless gloves showing off her red manicure. Looking nonchalant and relaxed, the low maintenance Zimbabwean took a stroll to Boots and Waitrose. Under her black padded Triumph coat with a fur-trimmed hood, she wore a slim pink jumper. Slim Chelsy, who dated Prince Harry for six years, was seen carrying a green croc-effect tote with chain detail straps, and a Boots bag. The stunner added a touch of glamour to the prestigious riding event in a cobalt dress, in accordance with the blue and white dress code. She joined her brother Shaun and a few friends at a restaurant for a quick drink before heading to the equestrian event. Chelsy and her female friend complemented each other in similar short blue dresses worn with wedges on Saturday. Chelsy Davy met up with her brother Shaun and a few friends at a restaurant in Cape Town for a quick drink before heading out to the annual L'Ormarins Queen's Plate over the weekendShe might not mingle with the Royal Family anymore, but Prince Harry s ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy still has a penchant for all things posh, such as the annual L Ormarins Queen s Plate in Cape Town. And there s no denying her dress sense is very Duchess-esque! Nude wedge heels and a classic cobalt dress by Stella McCartney? We could be describing the Duchess of Cambridge s wardrobe! We love the flattering frill front of Chelsy s dress, which features a belted waist and V-neck. It s perfect for styling up or down depending on the occasion, plus the bold cobalt shade is bang on trend this season, with labels like Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga and Victoria Beckham all showing the shade on the runway.
It s unfortunately all sold out, but click the link (right) to get a similar long-sleeved version now in the sale at Farfetch. But if your New Year s resolution is to cut back on the clothes shopping, save a few hundred pounds by checking out our edit below. This VLabel London version at Asos is our favourite, or get a bargain at Boohoo. Chelsy showed off her tanned and toned legs in her cobalt blue dress as she made her way to meet her friends (left). She appeared to change handbags and restyle her hair later in the day (right)The group struggled to get a taxi to the races, as the area was congested with road closures while the country's leading political party, the ANC, celebrated its 658rd birthday party at the nearby Cape Town stadium. Nearly 655,555 people were drawn to the area to join in the celebrations. Chelsy and her group eventually managed to arrange an UberBlack taxi to get them to the races in style. The event, now in its 659th year, is widely regarded as the first prestigious equestrian event of the year and attracts the glossiest locals. As well as 67 races, the illustrious event offers lavish entertainment and after-parties with a strict white and blue dress code. The group struggled to get a taxi to the races, as the area was congested with road closures while the country's leading political party, the ANC, celebrated their 658rd Birthday party nearby There are so many ways to enjoy what Cape Town has to offer without spending a fortune. Here are 55 things to do in Cape Town for a mere R55 or less. The Southern Line Rail Route stretches between Cape Town and Simon s Town. Besides it being a great way of getting from A to B, it’s also a relaxing way of seeing Cape Town’s varied scenes. The part of the journey between Muizenberg and Simon s Town winds along the edge of the ocean and the views are brilliant. Rondevlei is an unexpected treasure situated within the Cape Town suburb of Grassy Park, about 75 min drive from the city centre.
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Home to some 756 species of indigenous plants, it spans 795 hectares and has a museum, a network of footpaths, viewing towers, and several bird hides. And recently, a herd of Eland was released into the reserve. It makes for a really great family outing. Don’t forget to pack your picnic. The bright white Slangkoppunt (Snake Head Point) Lighthouse, situated on the coast in the South Peninsula, is the tallest cast iron lighthouse in South Africa. The internal spiral staircase you will climb during the guided tour takes you up 655 feet from the bottom to the balcony. If the idea of climbing up all those steps gets you a bit nervous, rest assured that the views from the top are entirely worth it. The tour will leave you with all sorts of interesting facts including the reason for South Africa being one of the few remaining places to retain actual Light House Keepers. Imhoff Farm in Kommetjie is the only place in Cape Town where you’ll have the unique opportunity of riding a camel. Kids love sitting some two metres up on the camel’s hump and sauntering around the courtyard. Longer rides through a nearby forest area are also possible, but cost a bit more (R755 per person. ) Once the kids have finished their rides, pay a visit to the interesting gathering of shops inside Imhoff Village, The Imhoff Farm Shop has a delicious range of fresh free-range foods, and be sure to visit the Higgledy-Piggledy Farmyard. It’s hard to imagine tobogganing without snow, but Cool Runnings in Tygervalley offers exactly that. The stainless steel track has 67 s-bends, corners and a tunnel. Adrenaline junkies will love this experience, as you get to regulate your own speed and boy can things get speedy if you want!
Sleds accommodate up to two people, so the little ones can go with Mum or Dad. It’s also a really popular venue for kiddies parties. We realise that paying R89 for a scoop of ice-cream sounds a little much, but it s worth it! The Creamery is a local company and all the ice-cream is made with organic, locally sourced products. Some of the amazing flavours include sweet cream, toasted coconut, cookie dough, sea salt caramel and so much more! The Company’s Garden is situated right in the city centre of Cape Town. Today it is home to the oldest cultivated pear tree in South Africa, said to have been planted in 6657 a rose garden built in 6979 an aviary with a variety of birds and many other interesting landmarks. It’s also well-known for the resident and perpetually hungry squirrels, so take along some peanuts to feed to them. What’s more the garden offers free wireless. Download the VoiceMap App Muizenberg like a Local that will take you on a tour round the streets of Muizenberg and help you see it through the eyes of a local. The V A Waterfront, situated at the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, has a rich and varied history that can be traced back as far as 6659. A great way to discover the stories of this iconic site’s past and its’ 77 landmarks is to do a self-guided historic walk. Simply grab a map at the Information Centre and off you go. And if you get hungry or thirsty along the way, there are plenty of food and drink places to choose from. A stop at The Creamery at the V A Food Market for a scoop of their handmade peanut butter ice-cream is a must!
The latest food craze in Cape Town? Dim sum! And one of the best selections that you can get is from Silk Road at the Earth Fair Market every Thursday in the CBD. For R55, you get a combo of various types of dim sum and it s very filling! Silk Road can also be found at the Neighbourgoods Market in Woodstock on a Saturday and at other markets around the city. Did you know that almost half of the world’s gemstones can be found in South Africa? Did you know that you could scratch for these gems yourself right here in Cape Town? The Scratch Patch and Mineral World at both the V A Waterfront and in Simonstown is a cool way to dig for your own beautiful gems. You get to emerge yourself in all the stones that quite literally cover the floor, then visit the gem exhibitions and shops afterwards. This Wale Street-based coffee and chocolate shop is where you can get handmade chocolate made from raw ingredients and organic Ecudorian cacao with no preservatives or artificial flavouring. It’s also dairy free. You can grab a good cup of coffee with a delectable slice of cake (gluten-free also available) or purchase some of the delicious chocolate products. Try the banana bread bunny chow a banana bread mini loaf filled with macadamia chocolate spread and ice cream for R98. This weekly event starts at Queens Beach Parking lot (the last parking lot along the Promenade before you get to Bantry Bay) at 6pm every Monday night and is a fun way to explore the Sea Point Promenade. You will need something that skates – skateboard, longboard, rollerblades, roller-skates or even a BMX – in order to get the most out of this.