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From Paris to London by train to catch a flight in the same day

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I'm planning my London/Paris/Brussels trip and the last part of it will be in Paris or Brussels (we have not decided the order yet - most likely Paris), but our flight home is from London (we tried to change it but it's way too expensive). Would it be too much of a risk to take the 13:13/14:39 train to London (and then Heathrow) to catch our 20:10 flight that same day?

It's our 1st time going to Europe and I know Eurostar is supposed to be punctual and reliable, but I'm worried about what may happen (we could go to London one day earlier, but that would mean minus one day in Paris and we only have 4 days there right now)...

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