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The ‘Happy House’ that Rose Built

Award winning interior designer and antiques dealer Rose Uniacke [pronounced Uniaak] is so hot right now her name adorns some of the most desirable home refit projects in west London’s golden postcodes. The stylish socialite who decorates homes for the stars and London’s jet-set described the cavernous home she shares with husband Harry Potter director David Heyman as “Monastery meets Venetian palazzo”. Her earthy lived-in style has won her many interior design accolades and the trust of the Beckhams who dumped their previous designer Queen of beige Kelly Hoppen and commissioned her to fit out their £40m home in Holland Park, west London. She dubbed her home ‘the happy house’ in a video series, In Residence, for the lifestyle blog Nowness. Built by the architect George Morgan in 1861 for James Rannie Swinton, a society portraitist, every inch of the sprawling 14,000-square-foot home has benefitted from Uniacke’s signature attention to detail and a nod to antiquities with some quirky twists along the way. There is a concealed door that melts into a wallpapered wall in the courtyard. Across …

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Kate Middleton: Prince George Thinks He’s Three

  Prince George who recently turned two on July 22 has been going around telling anyone who will listen he is three according to his mother the Duchess of Cambridge. This startling revelation was made by Kate Middleton whilst visiting the headquarters of Ben Ainslie Racing in Portsmouth according to a report in the People magazine. “Hello Princess, my name is Freddie Wilson,” Freddie declared. When Middleton asked him how old he was, he answered, “I’m three,” according to Freddie’s mother, Wendy Maxwell. When Maxwell corrected that Freddie was actually just two, Middleton said, “George says that. He thinks he’s older.” Beckhams’ Favourite Charity Shop Burgled The Red Cross shop branch where David and Victoria donated their entire wardrobes last year has suffered a nasty break-in. A violin was stolen in the burglary which lasted a few seconds according to a Red Cross source but glass was strewn all over the small shop which houses the charity’s homeware and interiors section. The charity shop on Chelsea’s Old Church Street used to be London’s best kept secret …