EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Lady Campbell's wears sandals at arts exhibition
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Lady Jean Campbell’s shoes are a work of art… the model sports sandals that look like furry slippers at The Royal Academy of Arts’ summer exhibition
The Royal Academy of Arts’ summer exhibition includes a painting of lavatories and a statue of a stripper. Yet a pair of shoes attracted more attention at the preview party.
Model Lady Jean Campbell, 26, sported leather and shearling sandals that looked like furry slippers.
The daughter of the Earl of Cawdor and former Vogue fashion editor Lady Isabella Stanhope matched them with a Burberry duck-print dress.
Model Lady Jean Campbell, 26, wore a Burberry duck-print dress to The Royal Academy of Arts’ summer exhibition
The daughter of the Earl of Cawdor sported leather and shearling sandals that looked like furry slippers
Chaplin’s girl horses around on wedding day
While Charlie Chaplin would grab cinema audiences’ attention with his trademark hat and cane, his granddaughter Laura prefers to make a grand entrance on horseback.
The artist, 36, was escorted down the aisle not by her father, Chaplin’s son Eugene, but by her horse, when she and lawyer Etienne Monnier got married in Spain. They had previously exchanged vows in Switzerland.
Her sister, Kiera, 40, a model and film producer, reveals: ‘All her friends and family flew in from around the world and, of course, all of her pets: three dogs and two horses.’
The artist, 36, was escorted down the aisle not by her father, Chaplin’s son Eugene, but by her horse, when she and lawyer Etienne Monnier got married in Spain
This is not a wind-up: I’ve found the ultimate job for a clock watcher. The Royal Collection Trust is seeking someone to look after more than 1,000 timepieces at royal homes, as an assistant horological conservator.
The successful applicant for the job, which pays around £27,000 a year, will be responsible for the conservation, restoration and maintenance of ‘clocks, watches, barometers, thermometers, and sundials . . . at residences including Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse’, says the advert on the royal website.
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