It looks as if Princess Beatrice – at the age of 27 – has finally settled on a choice of career.
I can reveal that she has landed a prestigious job with a New York-based fashion investment company. Her new opportunity came after she completed a finance course at a university in San Francisco.
Here’s hoping Bea shows a little more dedication to this job than she did to the last one. When she was working as an intern at Sony Pictures last year, she took a whopping 18 holidays.
It looks as if Princess Beatrice (centre) – at the age of 27 – has finally settled on a choice of career. She is pictured at an exhibition at Somerset House in November 2012 with her sister Eugenie (left) and Princess Maria Olympia of Greece (right)
It’s the latest trend to sweep the internet – morphing your selfies to make you look like a pet – and as usual the Delevingne sisters are among the first to get in on the act.
Poppy went first, posting a video-selfie as a cartoon cat. Younger sister Cara then posted one – also as a cat – to announce that she had joined the app Snapchat.
Just another goofy way for the sisters to share themselves with their millions of followers…
It’s the latest trend to sweep the internet – morphing your selfies to make you look like a pet – and as usual the Delevingne sisters – Poppy (left) and Cara (right) – are among the first to get in on the act
Sir Nicholas Soames once boasted of having grouse and claret for breakfast, but no longer.
It seems the well-covered 67-year-old Tory grandee – grandson of Sir Winston Churchill – has gone on a diet, forsaking the grand eateries of the capital for the more austere parliamentary canteens.
I have heard that his meals these days include dried artichokes and a side salad every day.
He does allow himself the odd treat – in the form of a Diet Coke.
Sir Nicholas Soames, pictured (left) in October 2005, once boasted of having grouse and claret for breakfast, but no longer
She was once Prince William’s nanny and personal assistant to his father.
Now Tiggy Legge-Bourke is looking after regular punters at her guest house in tiny Crickhowell in Powys, Wales.
‘It’s a different life and I love it,’ says the boss of the £55-a-night Ty’r Chanter bed-and-breakfast. Have William and Kate been to stay yet? ‘Absolutely no comment,’ she laughs.