As for the poor little rich girl, more husbands came and went. After the death of her son, aged 36, in a plane crash in 1972, she became ever more addicted to pills and drink, dying of a heart attack in 1979. … [Read more...] about A tragic heiress, her opulent mansion… and a VERY racy legacy: His taste is famously blingtastic so why, asks RICHARD KAY, is Donald Trump lobbying the Queen over a Grade II listed property in the heart of the capital?
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"But at the next bus stop, the bus driver stopped and opened the door and went over to the pair as you can see in the video and just said 'off the bus, off the bus' and demanded that they leave. … [Read more...] about Woman tells boy, 9, ‘go back to your country’ in vile racist rant on bus
'History was made today with @KamalaHarris as first woman of color VP, #Amandagorman as youngest poet to perform at an #Inauguration and let's not forget Kamala's nephew who made history by walking a mile in a pair of rare #Jordan #Dior kicks,' tweeted one sneaker fanatic. 'My face cringed with every step.' … [Read more...] about Kamala’s nephew-in-law Nikolas steals the show at inauguration by rocking rare $2,200 Dior Jordan 1 sneakers, leaving Twitter asking if he’s ‘going to be heading up the Department of Drip?’
Last year the Duke and Duchess officially named a polar research ship after Sir David – despite the public voting to call it Boaty McBoatface – and at the ceremony Kate told the broadcaster that the children were 'very upset' they could not come and meet him. … [Read more...] about Prince Louis is heard speaking for the first time as he joins Prince George and Princess Charlotte to quiz Sir David Attenborough on video about his favourite animals and whether he likes spiders
Olivia Poulet I love comedians who bring shows to the fringe that take me somewhere unexpected, rather than churn out what they've been repeating weekly on Live at the Apollo. Josie Long always inspires, Simon Munnery and Paul Foot are bewilderingly original, but perhaps the most intoxicating show I've seen here recently was Tim Key's Masterslut. From the moment he entered from the back of the audience (following a path laid out on a map that was projected on stage in the pre-show), Tim never let you settle. Audience interaction can be terrifying and ill-advised, but the audience happily obliged for this unconstrained piece of theatre. Languidly shifting between conversation, poetry and film, he refused to fix on one genre. This was standup, performance art and cabaret – and the experience was all the better for it. I can't wait to see how he thrills his audience this Edinburgh. … [Read more...] about The best show I’ve ever seen at Edinburgh: performers and theatre-makers on their festival highlights