EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: King Charles seeks ‘first sous chef’ who is happy to travel between six royal residences
Nothing illustrates King Charles’s shame of riches better when it comes to his estates than a job ad on the royal website.
He is looking for a ‘first sous chef’ who is happy to travel between not one, but six royal residences.
The ad states, “Joining a team of 30 and operating from six different residences, the scope and variety this position offers is second to none.”
Applicants should have worked at a higher level with ‘a five-star or fine-dining catering operation’.
As well as the late Queen Elizabeth’s houses, the King also has Highgrove in Gloucestershire, Birkhall in Aberdeenshire and Dumfries House in East Ayrshire.
Nothing illustrates the shame of King Charles’s riches more when it comes to his estates than a job ad on the royal website.
Style icon Jane Birkin, who died this week at age 76, was determined to stay natural to the end. During a dinner in Paris, the singer told a reporter: “People said that I was the actress with the flattest chest in Europe, but you don’t want to develop anything like breast implants.” It will all fall apart in the end.
Jane Birkin English actress and singer February 1971
Ever since Lord Cobbold helped keep Knebworth House in his family by opening up its grounds in Hertfordshire for concerts by the likes of the Rolling Stones, aristocrats have invited rock stars to play on their estates.
However, the Duke of Beaufort must be the first to insist on performing with them on stage.
The 71-year-old, better known as Harry ‘Bunter’ Worcester, and his progressive rock band The Listening Device were the second supporting act for The Who on Sunday at Badminton House, their ancestral home in Gloucestershire.
The Listening Device, described by the Duke’s friend Jools Holland as a ‘cross between Ray Charles and Nick Cave’, previously performed at Glastonbury and supported the likes of Eric Clapton, Roger Waters and Bryan Ferry.
“His Excellency performed well,” an audience member tells me of his last concert. Not many in the crowd knew who he was.
Perhaps Bunter should have worn his crown?
He never married Kate Moss, despite having a child with her, but Jefferson Hack eventually married a model 18 years his junior.
The magazine’s editor, 52, exchanged vows in Berkshire over the weekend with American model Anna Cleveland, 34, who wore an exquisite lace Laura Biagiotti wedding dress.
Kate Moss’ ex Jefferson Hack married American model Anna Cleveland in a romantic ceremony at Oakley Court in Windsor on Saturday.
Following a church ceremony, they held a lavish reception at the Oakley Court Hotel in Windsor, where an elegant crowd, including actress Tilda Swinton, were served an extraordinary art-inspired wedding cake with multi-coloured swirls, in addition to a totally vegan and gluten-free dessert. -free menu.
Among the guests was Lila Moss, Hack’s 20-year-old daughter with supermodel Kate. Lila snuggled up to her boyfriend, Yoni Helbitz, a fashion marketing student.
Dawn O’Porter has been married to Bridesmaids star Chris O’Dowd for over a decade, but now she seems to enjoy the company of her moggies more.
“I prefer cats to people,” the TV presenter and author declared at the National Cat Awards at Wilton’s Music Hall in east London. “I love lying in bed with a very large glass of gin and my cats.”
Comedian Chris better start growing some mustaches.