Princes William and Harry were so glamorous that their mother, Princess Diana, nicknamed them the “Wales Killer.”
Prince George joined the royal family on a trip to plant grouse in Scotland when he was just five years old.
However, I heard that the royals were banished from the county of Aberdeenshire where they went shooting, deer stalking and salmon fishing for almost two centuries.
The new owner of the 11,500-acre Abergeldy estate ended the arrangement that Prince Albert had agreed to when he bought the neighboring Balmoral Hotel in 1852.
It’s Alastair Storey, 70, who founded catering company Westbury Street Holdings, dethroning Jamie Oliver as the “most influential person in the British hospitality industry” in 2012.
He paid £23 million for the Abergeldy estate, between Balmoral Castle and King Charles’ residence at Birkhall.
Storey purchased the property after the death of Baron Abergeldy, John Gordon, in 2020.
This was the first time it changed hands in its 500-year history. Newly published planning documents reveal that the historic deal with the royal family has come to an end.
Papers submitted to Aberdeenshire Council said: “For the past 175 years the Royal Family has leased the sporting rights at Abergeldy, but this has now ceased and will be actively managed by the new hideout.” “To facilitate the transition and manage the property effectively, new facilities will be needed.”
This is revealed because Storey wants to convert a farmhouse on the property into a residence, where shooting expeditions will be launched.
In 1999, John Gordon made Queen Elizabeth pay for hunting and shooting rights on his property. Her Majesty had previously paid only Peppercorn’s rent for access and shooting rights.
“The original lease was negotiated with Queen Victoria,” a real estate professional said at the time. If she had offered a penny for the land, she would have had it.
“It’s different today, of course. People are not so submissive.
As the daughter of Kate Moss and magazine editor Jefferson Hack, she had clear advantages in the modeling world.
However, Lily Moss was named Model of the Year at the Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards in New York.
She received the award from her mother’s friend Katie Grand, editor of Perfect Magazine. “I feel extremely honored to be recognized as Leading Model of the Year, and for Katie Grand to present the award and your special words,” Laila said.
At 5 feet 6 inches tall, Leila, 20, shorter than the average model, began working at the age of 14. She signed up with her mother’s Kate Moss agency and now lives in the Big Apple.
David Gandy is often described as the most handsome man in Britain, but don’t you dare call him “nice”.
“It’s a beige word,” says the model, “and when I hear people say, ‘He’s a really nice person,’ I say, ‘I’m not going to continue with him.’ I don’t think I’m nice. Nice is a different thing.”
Gandy, 43, who has two children with lawyer Stephanie Mendoros, adds: “I hear my lady friends, if they are looking for a man, say: ‘I just want a nice guy.’ I tell them: ‘No, don’t do that. You don’t want a nice man, you want a good man, a loyal man, but you don’t want nice.” She’s a bit weak.
Ebullient Radio 2 presenter Michelle Visage has revealed that her husband and daughter are being treated with ketamine, using an equine tranquillizer that has been a popular illegal drug in the British rave scene for years.
“My husband and daughter have just completed ketamine treatment,” says the former Strictly Come Dancing star, 54, who has two daughters with author David Case.
Speaking to actress Kathy Burke on Where There’s a Will There’s a Wake, the RuPaul’s Drag Race star explains the treatment is used to treat major depression: “It’s popping up on every corner in dispensaries in Los Angeles.” ‘
Although Visage maintains that recreational drugs “have never been good” and that she has “never done drugs in my life,” she describes the treatment her family underwent in the United States as “game-changing,” adding: “It’s good.” “. .’
Queen frontman Sir Brian May claims that artificial intelligence will soon take over the music industry.
“I think we might look back at 2023 as the last year that humans really took over the music scene,” says the guitarist. “By this time next year, the landscape will be very different.
“We won’t know what was created by AI, and what was created by humans.
“It’s all going to get so blurry and confusing. It could be that dangerous. It makes me anxious.”
An AI-powered song containing copied vocals from pop stars Drake and The Weeknd was pulled from streaming services earlier this year due to “infringing content created using generative AI.”
Her grandfather, ‘Blackjack’ Dalal, enjoyed gambling so much that he once lost £1.7 million at a Monte Carlo casino in one night in 2006. Sadly, his granddaughter appears to have an unlucky streak.
I hear Alice Dalal, 36, was taken to hospital at the weekend after suffering a severe reaction to the fog.
“I’m allergic to cats,” explains Alice, the younger sister of shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal. “There will be no more playing football after hanging out with the cats.”
Pretenders star Chrissie Hynde was such a huge Beatles fan as a teenager that she became an embarrassment later in life when she was friends with Sir Paul McCartney.
When she was 14, she prayed, “Let me meet Jesus, and let me meet Paul McCartney.”
“I used to do things like practice the Beatles’ signatures,” says the 72-year-old rock star. “I can still do their signatures now.
On one occasion, she demonstrated her skill at Mecca’s house. “I showed his son James – who then passed it on to Paul,” Hynde groans.
“I was really embarrassed that he did that.”
Four Weddings and A Funeral star Simon Callow once told the Daily Mail that he never “got into Winnie the Pooh”, as he found the classic AA Milne stories “childish”.
Could this be the reason why the 74-year-old actor has signed up to appear in a sequel to Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood And Honey?
In the new apocalyptic film, Callow will play Cavendish, “the central character with a dark past connected in some way to Christopher Robin,” for whom the Pooh tales were invented.
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