22 UK Influencers You’ll Want to Start Following Today
Love following the latest in fashion, beauty, health, travel, and lifestyle? You won't want to miss these influencers from the United Kingdom!
Covering everything from beauty and fashion to travel and lifestyle, these rising stars are the ones to follow in 2019:
British food writer and entrepreneur Ella Mills is the creator of Deliciously Ella, which started as a personal blog in 2012, and has grown into a brand that includes an app, recipe books, plant-based food products, a deli, and an ever-expanding social media community.
If you're a fan of Manchester United, you have likely heard of Scott Patterson, self-described uber fan of the football team, as well as founder and writer of the wildly popular Republik of Mancunia. Started during the 2005-2006 football season, it's Manchester United's most popular blog, featuring exclusive interviews from Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand and Rafael da Silva, and more, as well as exclusive content from the UK's best journalists and video highlights of all the matches available.
Emily Leary is a freelance columnist that produces food, travel and lifestyle content for mainstream media. But she's best known as the founder of A Mummy Too, a food and lifestyle blog for busy parents, a place to find daily recipes, cooking tips, and video guides for busy parents that want to put healthy dishes on the table for their families. She has a strong social media following which is likely to keep growing with the release of her debut cookbook, Get Your Kids To Eat Anything, later this month.
Dannii & Dave
Dannii and Dave are the couple and creative force behind Hungry Healthy Happy, one of the UK's most popular food and lifestyle blogs. On their blog they share quick and easy recipes that are healthy without being restrictive, as well as fitness tips for busy people, and three new sections; Home & Garden, Travel, and Family, sharing home and garden projects, snapshots and reviews of their travels around the world.
Based in Somerset, Jo is a freelance writer, mum of two, and the creator of Slummy Single Mummy, a parenting blog currently ranked by Vuelio as the number one parent blog in the UK. Her blog covers everything from nursery décor and recipe for homemade mozzarella sticks to pension planning and easy ways to earn money from home.
Carrie Santana De Silva
Based in London, Carrie Santana De Silva is a social media influencer that works with internationally renowned brands and writes about fashion, travel, beauty, and more on WishWishWish, her online diary for the past 11 years.
Based in the York area of the UK, Simon Barker is a digital analyst and the managing editor of Zath UK Tech Blog, a place where tech lovers can find news, commentary, analysis, reviews and how-to guides on tech-related topics, including video gaming, hi-tech gadgets, software applications, and the latest in technology products. .
Stephanie Yeboah is a plus size style blogger & body confidence advocate from London as well as a multi-award nominated blogger. On her personal blog, Nerd About Town, she shares her fashion and beauty tips, as well as her thoughts on topics that are important to her including body confidence and mental health.
Based in London, Alexandra Stedman is a freelance fashion stylist that worked for top magazines, including Eve, Conde Nast Traveller, and Red, for over 10 years. Her blog, The Frugality, is about living well on less, and how to sensible with money so you can afford life's luxuries.
Known for her inspiring words, fierce fashion sense and her ability to be both powerful and vulnerable, Grace Victory is one of the UK's rising and most successful social media influencers. She's presented multiple TV shows, co-founded The Sister Space podcast, and is currently training to be a counselor, and she has a passion for talking about topics often considered taboo, including trauma, relationship dynamics, therapy, and diet.
Since 2005, Ken Lo has been demystifying the world of mobile technology through his no-nonsense website, Ken's Tech Tips. Split into four main topics, he explains everything readers need to know about mobile technology in the UK, tech deals & offers, reviews, and practical information, such as how to move your number from one network to another.
David Michael is an Aston Villa supporter and writer for popular publications that include Rolling Stone, The Times, GQ, Vogue, and The Independent. In 2011, he started the group My Old Man Said (MOMS), an online publication and Aston Villa F.C. supporters' group that aims to represent the interests of Villa supporters in a rational manner. Winner of the 'Best Established Football Blog' in 2014, it's a must-read for football fans.
Simon Crompton is a journalist, editor, and the founder of Permanent Style, a blog that covers the best of men's fashion and style, with tips on everything from how to layer knitwear to how to polish shoes.
Charlie is a student, marathon runner, and self-professed fitness junkie. She started her blog, The Runner Beans, to document her training for her first marathon as a non-runner, and has continued to inspire and help people find their way to a healthy, happier life through exercise.
Based in the South East of England, John Adams is a husband and father that gave up his career in communications back in 2011 to run the family home. His blog, Dad Blog UK, explores the gender roles in society, and helps to show the world that couples can swap traditional gender roles and thrive.
Zanna Van Dijk
Shortlisted for the Cosmopolitan Influencer of the Year award in 2018, Zanna Van Dijk seems to be everywhere. Among other things, she's co-host of the BBC Fit and Fearless Podcast, a personal trainer, and cofounder of Stay Wild Swimwear. She uses her self-titled website as a place to post recipes, write blog posts, and share her passions with her loyal followers.
Born in Paris but based in London, Frédérique Harrel is a stylist, digital strategist, and confidence consultant as well as Cosmopolitan's Influencer of the Year for 2018 and one of the top bloggers in the UK.
Dave is a stay-at-home dad that chronicles his experiences, musings, and thoughts about parenthood on his blog, The DADventurer, in an honest and relatable way. So relatable that his blog has been consistently recognized as a top UK dad and parenting blog.
Based in Camberley, Surrey, Donna is a married mother of two that's been blogging full time since 2016. Her blog, What The Redhead Said, documents her family life and everything that entails, including recipes, posts about her home, holidays, and regular reviews and competitions.
Carly Rowena Is a personal trainer and blogger that writes about fitness, beauty, pregnancy, travel, and fashion with honesty to inspire others to work towards the best version of themselves.
Lottie L’Amour is a London based blogger that writes about plus-size fashion, beauty, and body positivity on her self-titled blog.
British blogger Lizzy Hadfield loves tea, cats, and sharing her views on fashion and style on her blog, Shot From The Street. She also has a popular YouTube channel where she vlogs about her shopping hauls, seasonal fashion, and reviews on the latest trends in fashion.
Who are your favorite UK bloggers?
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