SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: What Not To Wear’s Susannah reveals she wears TWO bras because of her ‘huge t**s’
Former What Not To Wear presenter Susannah Constantine, 56, is fond of baring all on social media — and has now shared her unorthodox method of keeping her generous embonpoint in place.
‘Which of you ladies like me have huge t**s and can’t find a bra that fits properly?’ she asks. ‘Well I have the solution — two bras.
‘You might think I’m mad, but now I’ve got the boobs of a teenager again because they’re firm and they don’t jiggle around, which I hate and get embarrassed by.
‘Now I’m happy wearing T-shirts and clinging fabrics.’
Former What Not To Wear presenter Susannah Constantine, 56, is fond of baring all on social media — and has now shared her unorthodox method of keeping her generous embonpoint in place
Suki and Pattinson’s cuddle in the twilight
Ever since she stopped dating Hollywood heart-throb Bradley Cooper three years ago, actress Suki Waterhouse has flitted from one man to another like an opportunistic butterfly.
Now, the 26-year-old plastic surgeon’s daughter has alighted on Twilight star Robert Pattinson. At the weekend, the pair were photographed embracing after a date in Notting Hill.
A casually dressed Suki and Robert, 32, who sported a yellow shirt and jeans, had been to watch Mamma Mia 2 at the Electric Cinema
A casually dressed Suki and Robert, 32, who sported a yellow shirt and jeans, had been to watch Mamma Mia 2 at the Electric Cinema, before continuing the night at the Electric House private members’ club next door.
Leaving after 1am, they walked back to her flat with arms draped around each other.
Earlier this year, Suki was snapped getting close to film director Darren Aronofsky, 49, while Robert split from his fiancee, singer FKA Twigs, last year.
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Age shouldn’t put us off 007, Lester tells rival Idris, 45
Olivier Award-winning star Adrian Lester, whom author Anthony Horowitz claimed would make a better James Bond than ‘too street’ Idris Elba, has broken his silence on the 007 role.
‘You can’t go for something that you have no control over.
‘If a conversation happens at the right time, then that would be a good conversation to have . . . we’ll see,’ he tells me, adding that Luther star Elba is wrong to claim that he can’t play Bond because he’s ‘too old’ at the age of 45.
Olivier Award-winning star Adrian Lester, whom author Anthony Horowitz claimed would make a better James Bond than ‘too street’ Idris Elba, has broken his silence on the 007 role
Lester, who is four years his senior, says: ‘There shouldn’t be an age cap. I think that in order to have the franchise live on, we should all stop thinking of James Bond as a stated character.
‘007 and James Bond is a code-name for the highest ranking field officer that MI6 have. If you think of it like that, then questions like is he too young, too old, too this, too that become moot.
‘Actually, it’s just the person who has that MI6 code-name and ranking at that point in their life.
‘If you do that, it’s a completely different conversation.’
Clash over Cobain journals
American singer Courtney Love has endured a turbulent relationship with her daughter by Kurt Cobain, Frances Bean
American singer Courtney Love has endured a turbulent relationship with her daughter by Kurt Cobain, Frances Bean, 25, who filed a restraining order against her in 2009.
Now, despite getting along recently, the 54-year-old widow of the late rock star has risked sabotaging their reconciliation by handing over his diaries to the Museum of Style Icons in Ireland.
‘I don’t look through his journals. It feels too intimate,’ Frances said of the show, Growing Up Kurt Cobain, which opened last month.
‘I am really regretful that my mum put those out there. I can’t imagine being dead and having people know my intimate thoughts.
‘What an invasion of privacy: I don’t think it is merited, especially since in his art he decided not to put out that thinking.
‘It is a different thing to get to know him through his art, a deliberate public extension of himself.’
Don’t expect to see David Crosby — the singer who soundtracked the flower power era with The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash — in the queue for Mamma Mia 2.
Asked his opinion of Abba, Crosby replied: ‘Complete pop dog poop . . . not one decent song.
Abba’s about as deep as a birdbath.’ A bit rich from the man who made a mint with a ditty called Almost Cut My Hair.
‘Fair enough, probably the dumbest song I wrote. Probably also the most popular,’ he conceded. ‘That’s what we’re dealing with.’
Opponents of Brexit don’t half love to talk down our country.
Speaking of his holiday plans, the Lib Dems’ Lord Stoneham of Droxford said: ‘I hope to see the revitalised French nation with its message and vision of hope, and leave behind the sorry picture of this country.’
Let’s hope no one tells him France’s president is caught up in a gay smear scandal and that the unemployment rate is dreadful.
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