This browser is supported only in Windows 10 and above.
  • Our long national nightmare is almost over: Paul McCartney and Heather Mills are to meet about their divorce settlement this week.(The Times)

  • The Spice Girls are spending $4 million on Cavalli gowns for their tour.(The Sun)
  • Victoria Beckham draws fashion inspiration from Sesame Street.(Daily Mail)
  • Doctor Who star David Tennant has broken up with his girlfriend Sophia Myles.
    (The Sun)
  • So Hugh Grant is that creepy alum who goes back to his old university to pick up barely legal chicks? The Daily Mail has a photo that I’m sure Grant will live to regret.
  • Wearing full period garb, Keira Knightley is photographed snogging boyfriend Rupert Friend, who visited the set of Knightley’s new film, The Duchess.(Daily Mail)
  • Helen Mirren on dressing up like Queen Elizabeth II: “When I came across the costume fitting I literally cried. I’d just done Elizabeth I – that had been a trip to fantasy land. I dressed myself up like a Christmas tree. To go from that to the brown shoes and tweed skirts, I found it very hard to be someone who chose to wear those clothes. I thought I would never be able to understand this woman.” (Contact Music)
  • Camilla has dyed her hair a lustrous platinum grey.(Daily Mail)
  • Photos: Michelle Ryan pumps the weights in training for her Bionic Woman role.(Daily Mail)
  • Peaches Geldof tarts it up for breast cancer awareness.(Daily Mail)
  • Chantelle says her marriage to Preston drove her to bulimia: “Preston was regularly taking me out to posh restaurants and I’d have soup to start, then a big bowl of pasta followed by chocolate cake and cream. I did enjoy it but as soon as I finished I’d feel guilty, lock myself in the toilet and stick my fingers down my throat. It was the same at home.” I’m sure Preston is pleased that Chantelle is blabbing every detail of their short marriage – including their sex life – to tabloids.(Daily Mail)
  • Jonas Armstrong previews the next season of Robin Hood. “The writers wanted to make the stakes a lot higher which is evident especially in the first episode, that is quite dark. So the mood and the feeling about the show is not quite so cheery.” (BBC)
  • An interview with the very frightening actress Juliet Stevenson. Asked what living person she despises most, she replies, “George Bush – how can the most powerful position in the world be occupied by a corrupt, uneducated, warmongering idiot?” (Guardian)
Read More
By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.