TALK OF THE TOWN: Is the love party over for Poppy Delevingne and beau James?
They were once inseparable social scene stalwarts, but it seems the party may be over for Poppy Delevingne and her fun-loving husband James Cook.
I gather the married couple, pictured left, now consider themselves little more than ‘friends’ and pals admit that things have been that way for the best part of a year.
‘They have consciously uncoupled,’ says one source.
They were once inseparable social scene stalwarts, but it seems the party may be over for Poppy Delevingne and her fun-loving husband James Cook
Poppy, 35, and James, 42, wed in 2014 at a lavish Knightsbridge church ceremony, but she admitted last week that she had moved in with supermodel sister Chloe during last January’s lockdown.
Poppy also took a solo trip to Thailand earlier this month, but ended up isolating for an ‘extraordinarily lonely’ ten days after testing positive for Covid.
She celebrated her release with an Instagram selfie.
Poppy also took a solo trip to Thailand earlier this month, but ended up isolating for an ‘extraordinarily lonely’ ten days after testing positive for Covid. She celebrated her release with an Instagram selfie
Kate Moss, queen of frocknroll
She’s cultivated her own superstar image – but Kate Moss admits that when it comes to what to wear, she’s in thrall to her rock ‘n’ roll heroes.
She has confessed she’s been modelling herself for all these years on David Bowie, Rolling Stones muse Anita Pallenberg and Blondie’s Debbie Harry – the pair are pictured left.
Kate, 47, says: ‘Blondie were a huge influence. And I do think about David Bowie and Anita Pallenberg.
‘When I go out, I think, what would they wear?’
Kate is preparing to be a guest on a new online series called Fashion Radio later this month.
Is the calm of the Cotswolds, where the Beckhams hobnob with the Chipping Norton set, about to be shattered?
I only ask because Old Etonian Nick Johnston, 49, wants a limestone quarry on his 3,500-acre Great Tew estate – home to private club Soho Farmhouse – to run 24 hours a day.
A neighbour frets: ‘We must object. This really will be a nuisance at night.’
Mr Johnston declined to comment ‘based on one objection’.
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