Ellie Goulding admitted last year that she drank vodka like water to chase an endless high.
Now the pop star gets her fun out of yoga.
Here she shows off her flexibility by performing a split leg headstand. “I get the biggest high when I do yoga,” explains Goulding, 35, who is married to Old Etonion Caspar Jopling, 30.
‘People don’t realize that there is such an incredible drug that doesn’t involve any substances.’
Ellie Goulding (pictured) admitted last year that she drank vodka like water to chase an endless high.
The pop star now gets her fun out of yoga. Here she shows off her flexibility by performing a split leg headstand. “I get the biggest high when I do yoga,” explains Goulding, 35, who is married to Old Etonion Caspar Jopling, 30
Bath woman, who argued with her son over Strictly Emma, dies at age 78
A few wives are willing to tolerate their husband keeping a mistress. Not many people are willing to turn a blind eye that he has more than 70.
The Marchioness Dowager of Bath, however, did just that, with the infidelity of her eccentric husband, Alexander Thynn, the 7th Marquess, made more bearable by the fact that she spent much of her time in Paris, where she died for ten days. for her 79th birthday.
While the Marchioness, former actress and model Anna Gael, endured her husband’s womanizing that earned him the nickname “The Loins of Longleat,” she was less understanding of her son Ceawlin’s bridal choice.
She is said to have asked Ceawlin – the then heir to Longleat, with his 10,000-acre estate, wildlife park and a known fortune of £150 million – if he was sure he could ruin ‘400 years of bloodline’ by marrying Emma McQuiston, the half -Nigerian daughter of an oil magnate.
Lord Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath, with his wife, actress and war correspondent Anna Gael, outside Longleat House
Known as Emma Weymouth after she married Ceawlin and then Viscount Weymouth in 2013, she rose to fame as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing.
Lord Bath, who died of pneumonia after testing positive for Covid in 2020, aged 87, was not present at the couple’s wedding. His wife was also absent, claiming that they had already accepted another invitation.
Ceawlin allegedly prevented his mother from seeing his son John to prevent the child from being ‘infected’ by her racism.
Emma Weymouth, Marchioness of Bath, attends the amfAR Gala Cannes 2022 at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in May 2022
Anna later denied she was a racist, saying she had “absolutely nothing” against her daughter-in-law.
Anna was born in Hungary to a mathematician’s father and a poet’s mother. After moving to France as a child, she began acting at the age of 15, under the stage name Anna Gael, in such films as Therese And Isabelle and Take Me, Love Me. She met Alexander in Paris and became his mistress while married to French film director Gilbert Pineau.
Despite living mainly in Paris while Lord Bath was in Wiltshire for much of their marriage, she complained to a newspaper when it reported that they had broken up, insisting this was not true.
It wasn’t just Emma’s arrival at Longleat that strained Ceawlin’s relationship with his parents. The main reason for disagreement was Ceawlin and Emma’s decision to remove some of Lord Bath’s gaudy murals, which his father had painted for him and his sister when they were children.
The quarrels were brought to light by a memorable BBC1 documentary, All Change At Longleat.
Holly and Phil ‘foolish’ says Norton
Graham Norton has pressured Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about the ‘queue’ by saying he declined the opportunity to avoid the 13-hour wait with members of the public.
“There was a two-level system, you could jump in line,” Norton says. ‘I was offered a queue jump ticket – by a friend, a Member of Parliament. I didn’t say yes because I thought ‘If someone sees me, I’ll get it in the neck’. I think Phil and Holly were wrong, that they thought people didn’t care. I think that’s their crime.’
The BBC presenter adds: ‘But actually they have done nothing wrong, nothing wrong at all. But foolish of them to think people wouldn’t be annoyed.’
Eden confidential: Graham Norton has pressured Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to line up by saying he has turned down the option of avoiding the 13-hour wait with members of the public.
Sir Michael Palin’s trip to Iraq for his new Channel 5 series was not warmly received by his wife, Helen.
“We’re old now, so you’re a little worried about saying goodbye,” admits the 79-year-old Monty Python star who underwent heart surgery in 2019. “You worry that you might not come back or that you’ll get sick because you’re more vulnerable. All these things went through her mind when I said I was going to Iraq.’
He adds: “I persuaded her to go to North Korea and it was a ‘not again’ moment.”
Eden confidential: Sir Michael Palin’s trip to Iraq for his new Channel 5 series was not warmly welcomed by his wife, Helen
Novelist Robert Harris is concerned about the title of our new monarch, Charles III. It was rumored that he would choose another name, such as George VII.
“Charles is an incredibly fateful name to choose,” the author of the Homeland says at Barnes Bookfest in South West London. “Let’s hope the third time is lucky.”
His new novel, Act Of Oblivion, is set in 1660 about the hunt for the men who allegedly murdered Charles I.
Eden Confidential: Novelist Robert Harris is concerned about the title of our new monarch, Charles III. It was rumored that he would choose another name, such as George VII.
Puffy dramas may win Oscars, but comedies are no laughing matter for judges.
‘There is enormous snobbery’ [towards comedy]’ said Sherlock star Mark Gatiss, who is also a member of comedy team The League Of Gentlemen.
“There has always been and always will be, and I find it both baffling and annoying. Everyone knows comedy is hard.’