Food writer Ella Woodward — aka Deliciously Ella — reveals her first child with Matthew Mills, son of the late Dame Tessa Jowell, will be a girl.
‘There’s a tiny little girl in my belly,’ she says. ‘All I want is to set a good example to her and to play my part in encouraging more of us to achieve everything we want to, regardless of gender.
‘I’m so proud to have a husband and a business partner that supports and encourages women.
‘He learnt from the best through his extraordinary mum and sister — both of whom are unstoppable, inspiring forces and examples of what we can achieve.’
Deliciously Ella, Ella Woodward, reveals her first child with Matthew Mills, son of the late Dame Tessa Jowell, will be a girl
Ella and Matthew are pictured with a picture of a baby scan. She said of Matthew: ‘I’m so proud to have a husband and a business partner that supports and encourages women’
Modern day Angels . . . in black leather
Fierce: (From left) Naomi, Ella and Kristen. ‘It’s about women at work,’ says Scott
Nearly half a century after the original Charlie’s Angels series hit TV screens, the British aristocratic daughter of model-turned-chef Lorraine Pascale is leading the new generation.
Ella Balinska, 22, whose father is Polish musician Count Kaz Balinski-Jundzill, posed for the first official shoot with her fellow leading ladies, Kristen Stewart, 28, and Naomi Scott, 25, who is on the cover of April’s British Vogue.
The reboot, released this autumn, has been directed by Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks.
Scott, who is married to Ipswich Town footballer Jordan Spence, says the new film will be a modern update of the 1976 TV series, which starred Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson and Farrah Fawcett as the private detective trio.
‘It’s about women at work,’ says Scott.
‘You don’t see much of their personal lives or who they’re dating. It’s about the agency going global, getting into intelligence and tech, whistleblowing.
‘You don’t see bikini shots of their bums.’
It is nearly half a century after the original Charlie’s Angels series hit TV screens. The reboot, released this autumn, has been directed by Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks
Therapy pup? Model Miles a year on from knife attack
Model Miles Hurley, 22, whose mother is the actress’s sister, Kate, shared a picture of himself at the beach with friends at the weekend
Elizabeth Hurley’s nephew, who was just ‘millimetres from death’ after being stabbed in London last year, is now in fine fettle.
Model Miles Hurley, 22, whose mother is the actress’s sister, Kate, shared a picture of himself at the beach with friends at the weekend, in which he displays a very sculpted torso and cradles a pooch.
He’s clearly come a long way since March, when, as his aunt described, he lost six pints of blood after being randomly attacked with a large kitchen knife following a collision in his mum’s Fiat 500.
Helen Fielding’s hapless heroine Bridget Jones might have swapped her famous red diary for an electronic tablet in the latest film, but the author herself is far less willing to embrace technology.
‘Whenever I travel, the one thing I always take with me is a book — but an actual book, not a Kindle or anything like that,’ Fielding tells me. ‘I don’t like electronics on holiday because that’s usually the only chance I get to switch off from all of it. I try to stay as far away as I can. We’re too reliant on phones and tablets.’
Choo choo! Multi-millionaire Brexiteer Jeremy Hosking is pressing ahead with plans to take his steam train, the Britannia, on a journey around Britain on March 30, hours after we are supposed to have left the EU.
‘The invitation has been sent out to several hundred people and the event will be either celebrating or commiserating the alternative outcomes of March 29, 2019,’ confirms his spokesman.
‘He hopes his train ride will take “the sting out of it” if things don’t go to plan.’