SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: The niece of Princess Diana Lady Kitty Spencer makes it cozy with Cold Feet star
It is undeniable that Lady Kitty Spencer enjoys the company of older men
It is undeniable that Lady Kitty Spencer enjoys the company of older men.
The cousin of Princess Diana, who has a relationship with 60-year-old South African fashion magnate Michael Lewis, eagerly spoke to Cold Feet star James Nesbitt, 54, during the Walpole British Luxury Awards at The Dorchester.
The 28-year-old model turned heads in a £ 1,810 Alberta Ferretti gold satin dress and later presented the Best Overseas award to the Smythson office brand.
"I am definitely a hoarder of their products," admits Lady Kitty. "Diaries, stationery, laptop bags – my study drawers are filled."
Princess Diana's niece, Lady Kitty Spencer (left), who has a relationship with 60-year-old South African fashion magnate Michael Lewis, talked eagerly to Cold Feet star James Nesbitt (right)
Sex claims snapper welcomed back with open arms by his celebrity set of chums
Mario Testino was accompanied by loyal friends including model Kate Moss, 45
The restoration of Mario Testino continues unabated.
The favorite photographer of Princess Diana, who took the engagement portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, received a warm welcome this week when he opened his first exhibition in London because he was caught up in sexual misconduct.
The 65-year-old Peruvian, who was accused by 18 male models and assistants last year of sexual violence – allegations he denied – was accompanied by loyal friends including model Kate Moss, 45, her friend, Count Nikolai von Bismarck, 32, Barry Humphries – also known as Dame Edna Everage – makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury and Duran Duran play Nick Rhodes with his girlfriend Nefer Suvio.
When the doors to his private east view opened at the Hamilton's Gallery in Mayfair, Mario turned to Oscar Humphries, Barry's art dealer's son, and nervously asked: & # 39; I wonder if anyone will come? & # 39 ;
His fears were quickly taken away when the location was flooded with guests.
The 65-year-old Peruvian was also accompanied by loyal friends Barry Humphries – also known as Dame Edna Everage (left) – and Duran Duran star Nick Rhodes with his girlfriend Nefer Suvio
Pointless star shares its (very) complete medical history
Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong, who was a choir scholar at the University of Cambridge, does not regret not following his parents.
His father was a family doctor in Northumberland and his mother a magistrate.
"Do you remember when jobs were done in families?" He says. "Some tasks still do that. You know what I mean … farmers, plumbers, jewelers, butchers …
"The work of our family was a doctor. My father's family … literally nine generations … each of them was a doctor. A continuous chain in my family tree.
"I didn't become a doctor. I tore up the rulebook. I became the host of a game show.
"People sometimes say to me:" Don't I feel bad about following the proud family tradition? "
"By the way, I'm ashamed that my ancestors from 1648 weren't hosts of game shows."
Crown star Josh O & # 39; Connor admits that he has developed a sense of compassion for Prince Charles since he played him in the new series
Crown star Josh O & Connor admits that he has developed a sense of compassion for Prince Charles since he played him in the new series.
"I was indifferent to begin with. Now I have a lot of sympathy for him, & # 39; says O & # 39; Connor, 29. & # 39; I think he's deleted and lonely. At that younger stage of his life he had a lot of isolation. It's pretty tragic. It is the tragedy of being misunderstood and not being able to share your emotions, share your feelings, or share your pain or pain. He has lived in the shadow of his mother for a long time and has done so much for the Crown and for the country of Wales and for the environment. & # 39;
Gong is in the mail, Josh. . .
Lady Amelia & # 39; s dancing bling
Lady Amelia Windsor is more than just a beautiful face.
The granddaughter of the Duke of Kent graduated this year from the University of Edinburgh and has a career in jewelry design. The collection of earrings, ranging from £ 35 to £ 285, is a collaboration with Tada & Toy, co-founded by Tansy Aspinall, daughter of conservationist Damian.
"Dancing Days is the name of the collection, derived from the famous words in Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet," says Lady Amelia, 24. "My motto in life is:" Don't worry, you'll be dancing soon ". I am most happy when I dance and can clear my head. & # 39;
Lady Amelia Windsor is more than just a beautiful face. The granddaughter of the Duke of Kent graduated this year from the University of Edinburgh and has launched a career in jewelry design
Rock & # 39; s roller Pete Townshend was in a puckish form after The Who was immortalized as the foundation stone in a new Music Walk Of Fame in Camden.
"My tax assessment this year will hopefully repair the ****** roads," said the guitarist spicy and observed the potholed streets.
With a new lucrative Who tour that has just been completed, the Townshend check should provide a Tarmac bumper stock for the busy roads in North London.
- Which part of a prenatal class did not get cabaret artist David Baddiel? "My wife and I went to one class," the writer recalls, "and all the attention went to what would happen if the baby were born. "Eventually I raised my hand and said this was all very interesting, but did they have advice for the next 18 years?" The father of two teenagers, Baddiel, must have just learned at work.
- Dr. Punk poet John Cooper Clarke has no illusions about his place in the order of things. "Poetry, like all art, is useless," he claims. "If nobody wrote poetry again, the world would not change. "My show is exactly the same as always, I haven't added any special effects – it's just me. One man, one microphone and a lot of poetry. "What I do has not changed in 10,000 years." Apart from the microphone of course.
Why Sir Roger has a permit to commit a posthumous murder
Roger Moore & # 39; s stylish reputation, always dressed to kill as James Bond, must be maintained from outside the grave.
I can reveal that the family of Sir Roger, who died in 2017 in his Swiss ski chalet at the age of 89, has registered his name for cosmetics, clothing, footwear and leather goods.
A former knitted model, the actor designed his own wardrobe for The Persuaders and brought his tailor, Cyril Castle, into a suit for James Bond.
His international application, published by the Intellectual Property Office, was used by lawyers in Geneva for Miramont Investments Ltd and includes items from watches and luggage to toiletries and even alcoholic beverages.
The company, registered abroad, also owns the copyright for its autobiographies and was established before his death.
The four-time-married star left a fortune with an estimated value of more than £ 80 million after losing his fight against cancer.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Sir Roger's legacy was not granted as a right of inheritance as a result of the ongoing quarrel between his fourth wife Kristina, 77, her lawyers, and her son, Hans Christian Knudsen.
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