The diamond and pearl-encrusted Boucheron tiara, which was sewn into the bride’s hair, was originally a wedding gift to Consuelo Vanderbilt, one of the ‘Dollar Princesses’, from her father at the time of her marriage to the 9th Duke of Marlborough.
Discussing their choice of name, Vogue told Hello! : “When we were discussing names I thought, ‘I want to want her name’, and I do. I just love it. I wish I was called it myself.
“When I used to DJ in clubs I would always play house music but I love all the music Heart plays as it’s all feelgood stuff and it puts me in a really good mood on a Sunday.”
Spencer said: “I think you can be fresh, and new and different, but it has got a bit silly in a few cases. So we’ll try and rein it in.”
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“Diana and I had two older sisters who were away at school, so she and I were very much in it together and I did talk to her about it,” Spencer said. His older sisters are Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 65, and Jane Fellowes, Baroness Fellowes, 63.
Unafraid to call his son out in front of his 7 million followers, Piers retweeted Spencer as he seethed: “I’d imagine all the people they have now massively inconvenienced with their selfless, reckless behaviour including their England & club colleagues who have abided by the rules to ensure football matches can be played.”
“Who knows when TV is going to come back properly? I was meant to be doing three other shows and all of them have been cancelled. I know people are trying to figure things out so fingers crossed, but I can’t see a time soon when all this is going to be back to normal.
Aside from the anniversary gift and money, they also stole a vintage Pucci cuff she bought at an LA market, and some earrings she bought in Edgware Road with her first book advance.
WHY WE CARE: If you want something to get done right, get a woman to do it. Amirite, ladies? This highly intelligent holiday ad from U.K. retail chain M&S, introduces us to Mrs Claus, wife of Santa, just as he is preparing to leave on his annual gift distribution journey. Mrs Claus, played by Janet […]