Love balloons? Fantastic, because – after countless delays – 50 giant inflatable light bulbs will be soaring over the capital's skyline on Sunday November 25 for 30 minutes of Instagram epicness.
Since 2015, the city's top 'grammers, amateur photographers and the odd tourist have descended on Battersea Park to get a glimpse of the Lord Mayor's Hot Air Balloon Regatta, an annual celebration in support of the Lord Mayor's Appeal organised by Exclusive Ballooning.
If you've got no clue what we're on about, it's basically a massive charity stunt to create awareness for the money the city and the City of London Corporation raise for charities and good causes in London and beyond. How lovely.
So what do you need to know? First things first, don't go to Battersea Park. You won't be let in because of all the health and safety laws and measures. Instead, head to the west bank of the river along the northern Embankment to get the best view of the whole soiree. If all goes well weather wise, you'll see a puffed up gang of sponsored inflatables whizz past the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, the Shard and Tower Bridge.
The only bad part is that it all kicks off between 7.30am. But hey, it's for the 'gram peeps. The 'gram.
Up, up and waheyyy.
The Lord Mayor's Annual Balloon Regatta kicks off at 7.30am on Sunday November 25. For more information, visit the Lord Mayor's Website.