RICHARD EDEN: Princess Beatrice's stepson skips the cartoons
RICHARD EDEN: Princess Beatrice’s stepson skips the cartoons to watch his architect mother’s home decoration show
While most children watch cartoons or superhero films, Princess Beatrice’s stepson appears to like home decoration shows.
Christopher, known as Wolfie, is pictured watching his mother, the American architect Dara Huang, 40, making her TV debut on Channel 4’s The Big Interiors Battle.
The seven-year-old is Dara’s son with ex-fiance, property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Dara (left) is a judge on the show, in which eight hopefuls compete to be the next big interior designer and win a mortgage-free flat of their own. ‘I’ll be holding contestants to an extremely high standard as there’s a lot at stake here,’ Dara says. ‘So much of interiors is dirty.’
Christopher, known as Wolfie, is pictured watching his mother, the American architect Dara Huang, 40, making her TV debut on Channel 4’s The Big Interiors Battle
The seven-year-old is Dara Huang’s (pictured) son with ex-fiance, property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
Susannah Constantine used to dish out style tips on What Not To Wear — but I’m not sure this will set a trend.
The TV personality has shared this bedtime image with two plasters across her mouth, suggesting that it’s a desperate attempt to give her husband, Danish entrepreneur Sten Bertelsen, a decent night’s sleep.
‘Tape over the mouth is not a sex aid,’ Constantine, 60, says. ‘I’m hoping it might curb my hog wart [sic] snoring.’
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Persuading Boy George and his band, Culture Club, to be a supporting act for Sir Rod Stewart on his forthcoming British tour was clearly a challenge.
‘Whenever I’ve been asked [to support], it was, “No”,’ the Karma Chameleon singer tells me at the launch of artist Mr Brainwash’s exhibition at Battersea Power Station. ‘Such a massive ego.
But Rod? Come on. Playing with Rod is a real honour.’
The Oxford Union celebrates its bicentenary this year but one wonders what the founding members of the illustrious debating society would have made of this term’s speakers, which include no fewer than two porn stars: Stormy Daniels, best known for her alleged dalliance with Donald Trump, and Mia Khalifa, who has left the industry but once had the dubious honour of being Pornhub’s most viewed performer. Clearly the Union’s president, Eton-educated Matthew Dick, is determined to titillate his chums.
Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett has become a familiar face on our screens but she wouldn’t relish having the profile of Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson.
‘I’ve been offered things to “front” myself, and I just think, “No. Know your strengths, and know your weaknesses”,’ says Hartnett, 54.
‘I like doing what I do. If I believe in something and it sits right with me, I’ll do it. But I don’t want to do TV for the sake of doing it.’
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