…By Judah Olanisebee for TDPel Media.
Prince Harry’s memoir ghostwriter engaged in a spat with rival ghostwriter
J.R. Moehringer, Prince Harry’s ghostwriter for his memoir “Spare”, recently wrote an article in the New Yorker, detailing his experiences with the Prince during the writing process.
The article also contains his reaction to a negative review of the book from Andrew O’Hagan, another ghostwriter who wrote a review for the London Review of Books titled “Off His Royal Tits”.
Moehringer responded by attacking O’Hagan’s work on ghosting for Julian Assange and calling it “Elon Musk on mushrooms”.
O’Hagan, in turn, accused Moehringer of not warning Prince Harry that his comments on fighting in Afghanistan would be seen as insensitive.
Jerry Hall goes back to modelling roots
Following her split from Rupert Murdoch last year, Jerry Hall is back to modelling.
She recently appeared in an H&M and Mugler campaign, and has now done a photo shoot for the cover of French Carcy magazine, where she is seen smoking a cigar.
Proposed Ferris wheel in Camden faces opposition
Plans for a 41m Ferris wheel in Camden are meeting strong opposition.
David Gentleman, a well-known artist famous for drawing pictures of the area, has lived in the area for nearly 70 years and has spoken out against the proposal.
Despite planners stating that the wheel will only be there for five years, many objections have been raised.
David Attenborough hasn’t had a holiday in 20 years
Globetrotting naturalist David Attenborough has not been on a holiday for about 20 years, according to an interview he gave on his 97th birthday.
He has always believed holidays are “for kids”, and although he still works on location with camera crews, he admits he is “a hopeless traveller” and prefers to stay at home.
Park Theatre’s 10th Anniversary party sees three generations of Contis
The Park Theatre’s 10th Anniversary party saw three generations of the Conti family in attendance.
Sir Ian McKellen and Neil Morrissey were also present.
Meanwhile, at the Coronation concert at Windsor Castle, Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and his wife Susannah mingled with fashion icons such as Naomi Campbell and Vogue editor Edward Enninful.
In addition, last week, singer Ashley Roberts helped TV presenter Laura Whitmore launch her collection for Love & Roses at Marylebone’s Treehouse hotel.