SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Caroline Flack legs it to party with former Doctor Who star Matt Smith
All those hours lounging by the pool in Majorca appear to have paid off for Caroline Flack.
The Love Island host, who once lamented she would always be known as Prince Harry's 'bit of rough' after their brief fling, showed off her deep tan as she attended TV chef Gizzi Erskine's 40th birthday party.
All those hours lounging by the pool in Majorca appear to have paid off for Caroline Flack. She showed off her deep tan as she attended TV chef Gizzi Erskine's 40th birthday party
Gizzi Erskine had the perfect recipe for a sizzling party as she celebrated at Tramp nightclub in London with pals including Matt Smith
'What a night,' she said.
Perhaps Caroline could use her matchmaking skills on Gizzi?
The chef still lives with her former fiance Dean Martin — even though they split up six years ago.
The day the dream of a royal Fab Four finally died
When Prince Harry announced his engagement to Meghan Markle, courtiers had high hopes they would form a 'Fab Four' with William and Kate.
The two couples duly appeared on stage together to promote their Royal Foundation, with officials briefing it would be the first of many such events.
Yesterday, however, that dream died. I can reveal that the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex formally sent notice to Companies House that their joint name should be struck from its official register.
When Prince Harry announced his engagement to Meghan Markle, courtiers had high hopes they would form a 'Fab Four' with William and Kate
'It's very sad,' a friend of the Princes tells me. 'But this is just the formal confirmation that they are going their separate ways.'
A notice posted on the Companies House website yesterday recorded 'Change of Name' next to the foundation's entry, adding that the relevant documentation was being processed and would be available within five days.
The foundation was established back in 2009 by the royal brothers, who had always been so close. Kate's title was added after she married William, as was Meghan's last year.
Yesterday's move was the concluding step in the painfully public divorce of the 'Fab Four'. Harry and Meghan are busy setting up their own charitable organisation and have already trademarked the name 'Sussex Royal: The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex'.
The Sussexes also persuaded one of the old foundation's most distinguished directors, the award-winning 'social entrepreneur' Natalie Campbell, to quit as its 'director of insight and innovation', and join them at their fledgling enterprise.
It seems inevitable that Harry and Meghan's new foundation will be seen not as a sister organisation to the original Royal Foundation but as a rival for funds and attention — an early indication of which was given last month.
Harry and Meghan used their new Instagram account to highlight 15 environmental causes to their 9.3 million followers — without even a fleeting reference to Prince William's charity, United For Wildlife.
James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli didn't have to look far for the title of the new 007 film, No Time To Die.
For a movie produced by her father, Albert 'Cubby' Broccoli, had exactly the same name.
The 1958 film, about a U.S. sergeant in the British Army during World War II, starred Anthony Newley.
Jacqui Ainsley with her husband Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels director Guy Ritchie
It's Log, Chop And One Swinging Axe
As the wife of Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels director Guy Ritchie, Jacqui Ainsley knows a thing or two about wielding dangerous weapons.
So it's no surprise to find the former model swinging the axe at their Ashcombe estate in Wiltshire.
Guy shared this photograph of Jacqui chopping wood with his fans online and said of their marriage: 'Best move I ever made.'
He added: 'I am happy doing the dishes.'
We believe you, Guy.
Guy shared this photograph of Jacqui chopping wood with his fans online and said of their marriage: 'Best move I ever made'
Nicknamed 'Baroness Thrift' for her money-saving tips, Tory peer Patricia Rawlings is moving out of her 13-bedroom stately Norfolk home, Westgate Hall.
Lady Rawlings, 80, whose ex-husband, David Wolfson was chairman of High Street giant Next, put the 18th-century house on the market for £7 million in 2011, but it failed to sell.
It's now for sale again at an unspecified price. She is moving into a smaller place nearby in Burnham Market, saying: 'It's one-fifth the size of Westgate Hall, with a smaller garden, but I am looking forward to it.'
Orlando Bloom has raised eyebrows among old friends with his description of his relationship with pop star Katy Perry
Orlando and Katy build a 'metaphorical castle'
Canterbury-born Orlando Bloom appears to have gone all la-la land.
The Hollywood star has raised eyebrows among old friends with his description of his relationship with pop star Katy Perry.
'We're doing great,' he says.
'Being engaged is a lot of work, but we're building a castle that we can inhabit, a metaphorical castle.'
Bloom was married to model Miranda Kerr for three years, while Perry (pictured with Bloom) split from comic Russell Brand after 14 months.
Bloom adds: 'Both of us feel old and wise enough to know that the odds are stacked up against any relationship.'
Prince Charles is known for his elegant dress sense, and now fashion tips are being delivered at the Scottish stately home he saved for the nation.
Peggy Stone, who used to work for the Queen's late milliner Frederick Fox, flew from her home in Australia to give fashion masterclasses at Dumfries House.
'I've always loved to pass on the skills I've learned,' she says.
'When I saw a documentary on Dumfries House that detailed helping out the community in an area where young people learning new skills is important, I thought I'd volunteer to come and teach people what I know.'