EDEN CONFIDENTIAL Ladies Of London Caroline Stanbury39s love rival

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Ladies Of London Caroline Stanbury's love rival – her husband Sergio Carrallo's mother

Caroline's Stanbury is troubled by her toyboy husband's devotion to another woman.

Luckily for the 47-year-old socialite, the other woman in Sergio Carrallo's life is his mother.

“The way we were raised is completely different – and actually I was always taught that you should marry someone who was raised the same way as you, but Sergio is a total mama's boy,” she says.

The Ladies Of London star, who married the 29-year-old Spanish ex-footballer (pictured below) in 2021, explains: “He can't get through the day without Facetiming, calling or texting her.” He literally quits Breakfast and calls her to tell her what he ate.

Caroline's Stanbury is troubled by her toyboy husband's devotion to another woman

Luckily for 47-year-old Stanbury, the other woman in Sergio Carrallo's life is his mother

Luckily for 47-year-old Stanbury, the other woman in Sergio Carrallo's life is his mother

“I only speak to my mother four times a year and he speaks to his mother at least four times a day.”

Stanbury, who has three children with her Turkish first husband Cem Habib, previously revealed Carrallo's parents had offered him money not to marry her.

Do you want to protect the royal family from harm? I heard that to protect them they are looking for an “Event Security Coordinator” who must have “a high degree of tact, discretion, integrity, sensitivity, confidentiality and the ability to foresight.”

The advert on the Royal Household website says the job, which pays around £30,000 a year, is “assisting in the protection of one of the world's most famous institutions”.

The role is based at Buckingham Palace, however the successful candidate will be expected to work at Windsor Castle at least one day per week, with occasional national travel required.

(Very) modern manners

They say beauty is pain, but that sounds unbearable. Model Caprice Bourret says: “I've tried so many facials but the only thing that works for me is the dermaroller. 'It's the roller with all the needles.'

Model Caprice Bourret says the only facial that works for her is a dermaroller

Model Caprice Bourret says the only facial that works for her is a dermaroller

The California-born entrepreneur, 52, continues: “I had someone come to my house.” She comes in and stuns me, although I still feel it. “The needles are very long and it's scary when she rubs them. My whole face is red for about a day, but it's the best of all the facials I've ever tried.”

I think I'll stick with Imperial Leather.

Is Poirot star Sir David Suchet pleased that he used his “little gray cells” to accept an offer to appear in the pantomime?

Oh yes, that's him! The 77-year-old actor, who played Captain Hook in Peter Pan at the Bristol Hippodrome, says: “I had never done panto before – not in 54 years. “I was quite nervous and went in with slight trepidation.

Is Poirot star Sir David Suchet pleased that he used his “little gray cells” to accept an offer to appear in the pantomime?

Is Poirot star Sir David Suchet pleased that he used his “little gray cells” to accept an offer to appear in the pantomime?

“I thought, 'How am I going to fit in, with a lifelong career as a classical actor in the big plays and Poirot?'” But I've had the most wonderful four weeks. It was fun.'

The Rottweiler Paxman proves that he has lost none of his bite

Jeremy Paxman has lost none of his fighting spirit. “Jeremy is undoubtedly very frail, but he was funny, snappy and insightful,” says Saga Magazine editor Louise Robinson, who held a question-and-answer session with the former on an over-50s cruise ship in the Canary Islands Newsnight's chief interrogator.

“Cameron, Sunak and Starmer all got it, as did the poor viewer who dared to ask if he had mellowed with age.” She added: “Jeremy was heartbreakingly honest about the terrible reality of having Parkinson's life.” [disease]. As he told the audience that it would kill him, one of the men stood up to leave. “Hey, come back,” Paxman barked. “That won’t happen this minute.”

We're talking about Frost's baby tribute to tragic brother Miles

Wilfred Frost has ensured that the name of his younger brother Miles, who died suddenly of an undetected heart condition while jogging at the age of just 31, will live on.

The 38-year-old Sky News presenter, whose wife Kaley gave birth to their first child last October, tells me: “We named our son Miles after my brother.” It's the most wonderful legacy. “My brother George and I agreed that whoever had a son first would name him Miles.”

Wilfred Frost has ensured that the name of his younger brother Miles, who died suddenly of an undetected heart condition while jogging at the age of just 31, will live on

Wilfred Frost has ensured that the name of his younger brother Miles, who died suddenly of an undetected heart condition while jogging at the age of just 31, will live on

They are the sons of the late broadcaster Sir David Frost and his widow Lady Carina Fitzalan-Howard, daughter of the 17th Duke of Norfolk. Eton and Oxford educated Wilfred is currently digitizing thousands of hours of his father's interviews from the archives and hopes to present the full version of David's famous encounter with President Nixon.

“I met Woodward and Bernstein [the Washington Post journalists who exposed the Watergate scandal] and they said that even they did not appreciate this admission of guilt by Nixon. “It was a remarkable achievement by my father.”

The rising star added: “David's biggest inspiration to us was his role as a father. “He was even a better father than a broadcaster.”

Radio 4 Woman's Hour presenter Emma Barnett describes her interview style as “warm but forensic”. But she adds: “When I worked at [BBC Radio] 5 Live so many men would say after a big political interview, “I don’t want to be married to you.”

“I thought, 'We haven't met yet, come on'.”

Jo: I'm not a rock girl anymore

Her life of alcohol, drugs and debauchery with her ex-husband, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, has left Jo Wood with a bad hangover.

Her life of alcohol, drugs and debauchery with her ex-husband, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, has left Jo Wood with a bad hangover

Her life of alcohol, drugs and debauchery with her ex-husband, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, has left Jo Wood with a bad hangover

“As you get older you can't do what you did when you were younger,” the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant, 68, tells me at a red carpet event in London, which she attended when she turned 18. Year old visited grandson Leo, whose father is Jo's eldest son Jamie. “I can't have a good drink anymore because I'm suffering a lot.” “I have the worst hangover in the world and it's terrible.”

She adds: “It just doesn't suit me anymore and I'm such an organic girl so I want to put everything good into my body.”

Sir Matthew Bourne's production of Edward Scissorhands was unexpectedly interrupted, I understand, when Free Palestine protesters stormed the Sadler's Wells Theater in Islington, north London, on Thursday evening.

Just ten minutes into the ballet, a commotion with loud shouting could be heard from the wings before the show came to an abrupt halt. “At first we thought the screaming was part of the show,” an audience member tells me. “Then we thought it was strange in a ballet.”

“Then a swarm of black-clad production staff ran onto the stage as the curtain fell.”

Security personnel removed the protesters and police officers moved in as reinforcements before the show resumed after a 20-minute break to cheers from the audience. Barclays-sponsored Sadler's Wells was targeted because the bank holds shares in Israeli defense companies.

Why King Charles is a Titan King

While some monarchs wear armor, King Charles's metal is underneath his skin.

After a fall while playing polo in 1990, in which he suffered a double fracture of his arm, he was implanted with a Swiss-made titanium plate.

In my colleague Robert Hardman's new biography, Charles III: The Inside Story, he reveals that the king paid tribute to the Swiss surgeon who performed the operation. He spoke during a party he attended in the Swiss ski resort of Klosters in 2018.

Hardman writes: “He joked that many centuries from now, when an archaeologist or revolutionary breaks into his tomb, all they will find is a pile of dust and a titanium plate marked “Made in Switzerland.” It brought the house down.'

Hardman tells me at the book's launch party at Hatchards in London: “I can imagine him having to beep if he ever goes through airport security.”

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