He’s got the greying hair, he’s got the wife two decades his junior — and now Hugh Grant has got the motor.
The foppish actor, 61, was snapped returning from golf in a new sparkling silver £240,000 Ferrari.
Grant, who is married to Swedish sock entrepreneur Anna Eberstein, 41, loves the Italian car brand and recently sold his black convertible Ferrari for £79,950.
It’s certainly a step up from the white BMW convertible he was arrested in after being caught in a compromising position on Sunset Boulevard in 1995.
Actor Hugh Grant, 61, was snapped returning from golf in a new sparkling silver £240,000 Ferrari
Four-times married former ITN war correspondent Brent Sadler wrote about the ‘difficulties’ of being a cheating husband in this newspaper earlier this week.
Now, his third wife, Tess Stimson, has revealed that she became so unhealthily obsessed with her appearance that she went on a ‘mirror fast’.
Stimson, 53, says: ‘There’s a reason a woman’s eyesight starts to go when she hits 40; it’s to soften the blow when she looks in the mirror.
‘So I decided to do a “mirror fast” and give up mirrors for a week.’
But did it work?
The author of The Adultery Club and One Good Affair says: ‘I’m not looking in the mirror nearly as much, but it’s nice to be able to put lipstick on properly again.’
Some women feel a million dollars in a slinky dress and pair of heels. For Marcella star Anna Friel, it’s a denim jumpsuit
The 45-year-old actress has posed for what she calls a ‘shameless mini photo shoot’ in her trailer while filming a new television drama in America
Friel gets a big kick out of her catsuit…
Some women feel a million dollars in a slinky dress and pair of heels. For Marcella star Anna Friel, it’s a denim jumpsuit.
The 45-year-old actress has posed for what she calls a ‘shameless mini photo shoot’ in her trailer while filming a new television drama in America.
Friel has Farah Fawcett-inspired hair for the drama, Monarch, in which she’s the daughter of a country music star played by Hollywood star Susan Sarandon.
Leaning on a studio chair emblazoned with her name, she says: ‘Anyone feeling they wanna little kick in their step, grab a onesie/catsuit. Did for me.’
Fancy being in charge of a few palaces? Historic Royal Palaces is advertising for a new chairman to lead its board ‘through a period of recovery after the Covid pandemic’, following plunging tourist numbers. The role at the charity, which looks after ‘six sites of national importance’, is expected to involve around one day’s work a week. There is no salary but the appointment is made by Her Majesty. Past chairmen include an earl, a knight and a lord.
Shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal attending the 24th GQ Men of the Year awards in September 2021
Dellal breaks in her latest shoes
The shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal, whose designs have been worn by everyone from the Duchess of Sussex to pop star Taylor Swift, is used to setting trends.
Her latest look, though, might struggle to catch on.
After breaking her leg, the 40-year-old granddaughter of the late billionaire property tycoon ‘Black’ Jack Dellal has been teaming her black foot brace with one of her vintage designs, a fuchsia-pink Gigi wedge.
‘Pretty in pink with Gigi,’ she says. Talk about putting your best foot forward . . .
After breaking her leg, the 40-year-old Dellal has been teaming her black foot brace with one of her vintage designs, a fuchsia-pink Gigi wedge
- Dame Judi Dench, 87, was delighted to be cast as the wife of Sir Kenneth Branagh, 61, in the 2018 film about Shakespeare, All Is True. Now she is amused to be playing his grandma in the movie Belfast, out next week. ‘Ken asked me: “Will you play my grandmother?”’ the Oscar winner says. ‘I played his wife in All Is True — so why not his granny?’
- Elizabeth McGovern, who plays Cora, Countess of Grantham, in Downton Abbey, is also a musician and complains that her ill-mannered audiences talk or sing ‘all the way through’ her performances. She wails: ‘When you’re an actor, no matter how bad the play is, it’s very rare that somebody’s going to talk right through it or loudly get a beer and call out to their friends.’