Scrum, Sento and Sushi will be in the right order if England are crowned Rugby World Cup Champions in Japan.
The Duchess of Sussex has begun legal action against Kensington-based tabloid over the unlawful publication of a private letter the former American actress wrote to her estranged father Thomas Markle in August 2018.
William Klein knew how to have fun with his models taking the dreariness out of striking repetitive poses. He makes Dorothy juggle imaginary balls; shoot from the hip; blow white smoke rings; put on a pretend coat; calculate imaginary sums and other role plays.
He has painted everyone from the Queen, Jerry Hall, Francis Bacon to Kate Moss hypnotising them under his forensic gaze. His brush strokes can be unforgiving, brutal and frank. Two of Lucian Freud’s most important sitters brave a reunion with their nudes.
Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle made their first formal public appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
Former England captain and Kensington resident David Beckham has waded into the corruption scandal engulfing world football’s governing body, Fifa.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling has revealed a torrent of Twitter abuse aimed at her after results of the general election saw the Scottish National Party sweep to a landslide victory in Scotland. She wrote: “It isn’t always fun being a famous woman on Twitter and I believe in standing up to bullies.” The millionairess was born in London and has a £4.5m Georgian home in Kensington but has attracted a lot of vitriol since she donated £1m to the ‘No’ campaign during the Scottish independence referendum. Reacting to the abuse the author said her “personal line had been crossed”. @UFOria_ the image of any political party. It isn't always fun being a famous woman on Twitter and I believe in standing up to bullies. — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 9, 2015 She had also donated £1m to the Labour Party who suffered a wipe-out in Scotland as the SNP won 56 out of 59 seats under the leadership of Nicola Sturgeon. She revealed she had been called a ‘traitor’ for her political views and …
David Beckham has indeed settled effortlessly into life in west London as the instagram post below shows on a recent visit to his local cafe in Kensington. The man who gave us the sarong and blonde cornrows has a lot to celebrate as he hits his 40-year milestone. Friend and sportswriter Matthew Syed paid a glowing tribute to one of Britain’s sporting and cultural icons in The Times. In fact he can count him as a friend, having penned his biography. He paints an endearing picture of a likeable personality and caring father. His red line? Not even a commercial opportunity will stand between brand Beckham and the school run. “I can’t complain because there are so many aspects of being famous that are a privilege.” Local delicacy: David Beckham blends in at the Montparnasse cafe in Kensington He regards the constant adulation as a small price to pay for his celebrity. Out for lunch with his mum at Pizza Hut, 200 fans were waiting outside after just 10 minutes. He says: “I can’t complain …