The last time I visited Kelly Brook she had just received an upsetting parking ticket.
She was always something of an enigma to me: a slag who showed up on the Daily Mail often and for no reason (through no fault of her own, I’m sure). I then learned that she had the perfect waist-to-hip ratio. Cool! People ought to be semi-famous for such things.
Fast Forward years later: Kelly has had some personal tragedies, but is now the designer of a line of dresses for Britain’s “Simply Be” catalogue. She has also just broken off her engagement with a handsome, steroidy bloke named David McIntosh, and could probably use a personal stylist.
I promise to keep you informed.
Source: The Daily Mail
Hard to believe that the nuptual union of these two modest and chaste lovers went the way of the dinosaurs.Posted: September 29, 2014
For reasons known only to the Editor-in-Chief of INSTYLE UK (and possibly God!), Kate Bosworth is on the cover of the September issue of their magazine. Apparently, she shares her wisdom on “love and men.” If Kate is an expert on anything (and she isn’t), it’s love and men. She’s been in love with men her whole life! She’s never not been in love with a man, and the last time she was single, she was single for about twelve long minutes before James Rousseau swooped in and saved her from that gross situation.
Kate also spills this gem: “I never even dated my husband-to-be. He said to me after just a few weeks, before we were even together, “I’m going to marry you.” He just knew.” So, yes: It is confirmed. Michael Polish is creepy. But so is Bonesworth, really, when you think about it.
If you happen to see Keira Knightley galloping around London or wherevs, do NOT approach her. She’s shy and she won’t like it. While I’m sure that she’ll appreciate the fact that you care enough to say hello, it will make her umcomfortable.
Because she’s shy.
Keira was quoted in British Vogue saying this:
“I think (fame) broke something in me. I was told very early on that if I didn’t go out to openings and parties and events, I would be left alone. I didn’t, and they still didn’t leave me alone. I knew it was part of the deal in the life I had signed up to, but the fear of it has never left me. I’m still not good at being recognized. I wear scruffy clothes and hats and keep my head well down. I’m sure people must think I’m a complete b–, but I’m just very shy.”
I heart Kierers.