Friday, 8 June 2018

Meghan Markle's wedding dress sleeves 'didn't fit' and made her 'look too straight', says Escada designer

Designer Emilia Wickstead felt the need to issue a grovelling clarification after she dared to criticise Meghan Markle's wedding dress, but she's not the only fashionista to have her reservations.
Megha Mittal, boss of the Escada label, tells me the Givenchy bridal gown needed some more tailoring.
'It was nice — simple, clean and minimal — but the sleeves didn't fit,' Megha says at a party at the Kensington mansion bought by her Indian steel tycoon father, Lakshmi Mittal. 
Megha Mittal, boss of the Escada label, said: 'It was nice — simple, clean and minimal — but the sleeves didn't fit'. Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave the West Door of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Megha Mittal, boss of the Escada label, said: 'It was nice — simple, clean and minimal — but the sleeves didn't fit'. Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex leave the West Door of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Megha Mittal (pictured) is the daughter of Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal
Megha Mittal (pictured) is the daughter of Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal
'At the top, it made her look too straight.'
Wary of causing offence, Megha is keen to emphasise that the new Duchess of Sussex still looked beautiful: 'She was a radiant bride and I hope all good things go their way.'
More horseplay at Hirst's tropical love nest 
Shark-pickling artist Damien Hirst is known for churning out hundreds of similar works, such as his spot paintings.
And he seems to follow the same patterns in his love life.
I recently revealed the 53-year-old was enjoying a passionate romance with aspiring actress Sophie Cannell, 25, and had taken her on holiday to Phuket, Thailand, where she had posed topless sunbathing by the same infinity pool as his ex Katie Keight, 28.
Now, his previous lover, the model Roxie Nafousi, 27, reveals that they were taken at his holiday home and declares: 'I was the first.'
Roxie arranged for this picture of her to be taken while she performed the pigeon pose yoga position while wearing a unicorn's head. As you do.
Roxie Nafousi, 27 (pictured), reveals that they were taken at his holiday home
Roxie Nafousi, 27 (pictured), reveals that they were taken at his holiday home
Katie Keight, 28, sunbathes in the same spot
Katie Keight, 28, sunbathes in the same spot
Sophie Cannell, 25, also posed up while on holiday to Phuket, Thailand
Sophie Cannell, 25, also posed up while on holiday to Phuket, Thailand
Is Jagger's ex Noor up to her old tricks?
Still strutting his stuff on stage at 74, is Sir Mick Jagger just as virile after his concerts?
His 22-year-old ex Noor Alfallah cheekily shared a snap on social media on Tuesday of her lying in bed wearing only a bathrobe. The striking Kuwaiti-American heiress was reading a British newspaper and appeared to be in this country, possibly at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, where the Stones performed that evening.
'School's out,' enthused Noor, a film student in California.
Noor Alfallah, 22, cheekily shared this snap on social media on Tuesday
Noor Alfallah, 22, cheekily shared this snap on social media on Tuesday
American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 31, with whom Jagger enjoys an 'open relationship', attended a Stones show in Coventry last weekend with their 18-month-old son, Deveraux.
In April, Noor posted a snap, inset, of her and Jagger snuggling up next to bandmate Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally. 'Good times. See you soon,' Sally told her. It was swiftly followed by a post from Hamrick of Mick on the beach with Deveraux on his shoulders.
The singer, who is also a great-grandfather, later admitted: 'On the last tour [2017] I did make one or two mistakes. I got a bit over-exuberant on the after-show front.'
A friend of Jagger suggests Noor's snap is an old one. Isn't she mischievous?
 
David Gandy (pictured) is Britain's highest-paid male model
David Gandy (pictured) is Britain's highest-paid male model
Baby joy one: Gandy to be a daddy with his lawyer lover
Here's a baby who should have good genes.
Britain's highest-paid male model, David Gandy, is to be a father.
'David's thrilled,' confirms a pal. 'He's always dreamed of settling down and having lots of children — he was just waiting for the right woman.'
That woman is criminal lawyer Stephanie Mendoros, 32, who has been courting the 38-year-old Adonis for two years.
Dolce & Gabbana mannequin Gandy, who has amassed a £12 million fortune, previously went out with pop singer Mollie King and Les Miserables star Samantha Barks. Stephanie has already moved into Gandy's home in Fulham, West London, and friends suggest marriage will soon follow.
Watch this space.Baby joy two: MasterChef judge's new wife's bun in the oven 
Food critic William Sitwell is to serve up another baby at the age of 48.
A judge on MasterChef: The Professionals, Sitwell is looking forward to his new wife Emily Lopes, 31, giving birth to their first child.
'Emily's five months pregnant,' he reveals at the Boisdale Life Awards.
'She's been having a tough time with sickness — it's similar to what Kate Middleton had — but we are very excited.'
He adds: 'We don't want to know beforehand whether it's a boy or a girl.'
The journalist, who is great-nephew of the avant garde poet Dame Edith Sitwell, married sports PR Emily, daughter of late Devonshire racehorse breeder the 3rd Lord Roborough, last December.
She was once tipped as an ideal partner for Prince Harry.
Sitwell has two teenage children from his 17-year marriage to Laura McCorquodale.

Keep it to yourself but... 

A blonde London socialite, who has more than a million social media followers, became the talk of a friend's wedding in Greece when she was caught in flagrante delicto with a male admirer even though her husband was also at the celebrations.

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