TALK OF THE TOWN: Beatrice has got a job… as ‘stepmum’ to her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s two-year-old son
Princess Beatrice has become a full-time ‘stepmother’ to boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s two-year-old son while the child’s mother – Edo’s ex-fiancée Dara Huang – is working overseas.
Edo, 34, has moved in with Bea, 31, ensuring there’s plenty of free child care on hand for his toddler Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie.
Architect Dara, 37, is said to be thrilled with the arrangement and told Bea’s sister Eugenie as much when she bumped into her at a party recently.
Princess Beatrice has become a full-time ‘stepmother’ to boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s two-year-old son while the child’s mother – Edo’s ex-fiancée Dara Huang – is working overseas
A close friend tells me: ‘Dara thinks Beatrice is wonderful with Wolfie. She’s a natural.’
Every housewife’s favourite TV chef, Joe Wicks, didn’t marry his model girlfriend Rosie Jones the first time he got her pregnant… but has done the decent thing second time around.
I can reveal that Rosie, 29, was secretly pregnant when she and Body Coach Joe, 32, married in an elegant woodland ceremony at the end of June (left).
She is only now telling friends her secret, having hit the 12-week mark.
Every housewife’s favourite TV chef, Joe Wicks, didn’t marry his model girlfriend Rosie Jones the first time he got her pregnant… but has done the decent thing second time around
Joe and Rosie’s first child, daughter Indie, was conceived a year after they started dating and has just turned one.
I hear they were planning a big reveal in a glossy magazine – oops, sorry Rosie!
MY LIPS ARE SEALED, BUT…
Which society princess is on ‘non-speakers’ with her father – whom she accuses of betraying her with idle gossip about her alleged extra-marital love life after a few brandies at his Mayfair club?
Tomorrow is the biggest day in the toffs’ social calendar – and for some it’s set to be an utter disaster.
It is The Glorious Twelfth, the start of the shooting season, but countless grouse chicks have had the audacity to die before poshos have had the chance to blow them out of the sky.
Shoots are expected be called off at estates across the country after months of bizarre weather events led to poor grouse being frozen to death one minute and fried the next.
There has also been a heat-induced outbreak of deadly Heather Beetle destroying moorland habitats.
With shoots already cancelled in Derbyshire, the North Pennines and Scotland, poshos across the land may actually have to go into the office tomorrow morning.