Harry e Meghan inseriranno informazioni Covid sulla pagina Spotify di Archewell: No hiding place for Princess Beatrice at Glastonbury… as Tory MP Caroline Nokes reveals plan to crash the young royal’s pad
Se Principessa Beatrice thought she could disappear into the throng at Glastonbury, she may have been in for a surprise.
Tory MP Caroline Nokes was also there and revealed a plan to crash Beatrice’s pad.
Nokes told me: ‘Tom Watson [the former Labour MP] was saying to me he’s going to get me into whoever’s Winnebago she’s hanging out in.’
The over-excited MP added: ‘I’m the least cool Tory politician really, it’s the first festival I’ve been to – I’ve even done my festival nails.’
If Princess Beatrice thought she could disappear into the throng at Glastonbury, she may have been in for a surprise
Tory MP Caroline Nokes was also there and revealed a plan to crash Beatrice’s pad
John Bishop told me his ‘best moment’ at Glastonbury would be fellow scouser Paul McCartney’s headline act.
The TV funnyman also offered handy advice for campers at Worthy Farm, recommending they ‘bring a good sleeping bag’.
But John won’t have joined them in any field. When I asked him if he was a camper he sniggered: ‘Those days are well gone!’
No doubt he had a more comfy bed after recently selling his Cheshire mansion for £6.8 million.
John Bishop told me his ‘best moment’ at Glastonbury would be fellow scouser Paul McCartney’s headline act
Royal biographer Andrew Lownie is giving up his fight to get Lord Mountbatten’s letters released after a five-year legal tangle with the Government left him £370,000 out of pocket. ‘I’m cleaned out,’ lui mi dice.
Controverso, Lownie says he feels ‘isolated’ by the lack of support from other historians during his battle, molti dei quali, he suspects, ‘don’t want to upset the Royals’.
A Cabinet Office spokesperson said: ‘The small amount of information which has not been released includes personal data relating to living individuals.’