Troubled model Lottie Moss is planning to turn over a new leaf by moving to the States.
‘If you haven’t heard, I’m moving to America soon,’ Kate Moss’s half-sister reveals.
In an online message to her fans, the 24-year-old tells Americans: ‘It’s your lucky day.’
Lottie, who had enjoyed lucrative modelling contracts with luxury goods firms, recently completed a stint in a rehabilitation clinic for cocaine addiction.
She now makes her money from OnlyFans, best known as a platform for amateur porn stars.
‘I’m moving to get more content,’ she explains. ‘Lots more people do OnlyFans out there. London just isn’t for me.’
Lottie, who had enjoyed lucrative modelling contracts with luxury goods firms, recently completed a stint in a rehabilitation clinic for cocaine addiction writes RICHARD EDEN
Troubled model Lottie Moss is planning to turn over a new leaf by moving to the States
Cardigan in conflict over access to his private forest
The 7th Earl of Cardigan rode through Russian gunfire as he led the ill-fated Charge of the Light Brigade into the ‘Valley of Death’ in 1854.
Now, the current Earl of Cardigan is leading the charge against civil servants’ plans to make people pay to visit the private forest that’s been owned by his family for centuries.
Savernake Forest in Wiltshire is managed by the government agency Forestry England, which has announced proposals to charge vistors for parking.
It wants to close the 4,500-acre woodland to vehicles and expand a car park which is currently free of charge.
It even proposes that people may no longer be allowed to walk where they want in the ancient forest and would have to stick to specified trails, with other areas being restricted to the public.
The Earl, David Brudenell-Bruce, questions whether the bureaucrats have the authority to implement such measures
The Earl, David Brudenell-Bruce, questions whether the bureaucrats have the authority to implement such measures.
‘The Forestry Commission are only the tenants at Savernake, the only privately owned Forest in England,’ he tells me. ‘They are floating the suggestion of banning all cars from the forest and corralling them into their pay car park.’
The Earl, 69, whose singer daughter Bo Bruce was a runner-up on TV talent show The Voice, adds: ‘Savernake Forest has been a vital resource to the people of Marlborough and all the surrounding villages for hundreds of years.
‘In summer, the forest is used by lots of families, all enjoying the outdoors, and I have no desire to bring that to an end.
‘Not content with banning cars, the consultation document even talks of closing sections of the forest to walkers.’
Adds the Earl: ‘As the owners of the forest, my family and our trustees can veto any proposal that is outside the terms of the Forestry Commission’s lease.’
A Forestry England spokesman tells me: ‘There is no intention to curtail the increasing numbers of visitors to the forest. Our aim is to better manage how visitors enjoy the forest so that the most sensitive and damaged areas can be protected and allowed to recover.’
Star Lowden gives pals a few supporting roles
Dunkirk star Jack Lowden made a disorderly retreat after celebrating the premiere of his new television drama a little too enthusiastically.
The Scottish actor, 31, with a dishevelled tie and untucked shirt, had to be held upright by pals as he tripped over cobblestones.
He was then escorted to a black cab with the help of three smiling companions, one wearing a glamorous emerald green skirt.
He was then escorted to a black cab with the help of three smiling companions, one wearing a glamorous emerald green skirt
Lowden had been enjoying the party at the Chiltern Firehouse in London’s Marylebone, held after the opening of new spy thriller Slow Horses, in which he stars alongside Gary Oldman and Kristin Scott Thomas. It will be broadcast on Apple+.
The actor is going out with Little Women star Saoirse Ronan, 27, (pictured above) whom he met on the set of Mary Queen of Scots in 2018, in which they played husband and wife.
Countess Bathurst, chatelaine of Cirencester Park, where Princes William and Harry have played polo, is whipping up a whirlwind over the Met Office’s policy of naming storms.
‘It’s a mistake,’ Sara Bathurst booms. ‘It gives them a character, turns them into a “being” — and it makes them a lot scarier.’
The Countess, who was recently forced to apologise to locals after spreading human excrement on the fields of her Gloucestershire estate, adds: ‘Calling it, for instance, “Storm Andrew”, attaches a character to it — and the ability to bring fear is tenfold.’
Homes 4u! Phone boss offers a roof to refugees
Billionaire John Caudwell is putting his money where his mouth is.
The Phones 4u tycoon, 69, offered to put up Ukrainian refugees at his Staffordshire estate, Broughton Hall, earlier this month.
Now, he’s shared this photograph of the two-bedroom coach house where he’ll welcome a displaced family.
John Caudwell has shared this photograph of the two-bedroom coach house where he’ll welcome a displaced family at his Staffordshire estate, Broughton Hall
Posing with his girlfriend, the Lithuanian cyclist Modesta Vzesniauskaite, 38, and their one-year-old son, William, he says: ‘There’s still much to work out with timing and logistics, but much is happening behind the scenes.
‘The team is flat-out preparing the accommodation and paperwork.’
She once embroidered a tent with the names of 102 people she’d slept with, but Tracey Emin now suggests that figure could be significantly higher. ‘
In Margate, everybody had been there . . . I slept with half the town,’ says the former enfant terrible of the art world, who was brought up in the Kent seaside resort.
Emin, 58, adds that she used to be very self-conscious about her physique.
‘I really hated my body,’ she admits. ‘I do not understand why . . . I’d love to have a body like that now.’