Friends of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle whisper in London that former royals are complaining about their disdain and abuse at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
Both complained that the family was not as welcoming as it should have been.
Harry is now in Los Angeles rewriting the final chapter of his autobiography to include the palace plot about their trip to England to attend his grandmother’s funeral.
Insiders say Penguin Random House paid more than $15 million for his story and that they want it to contain headlines. Members of the royal family hope Harry will not attack his family as insensitive racists as Meghan did during an Oprah interview.
The publication date of Harry’s much-anticipated book has been pushed back to add a new chapter and make additional changes.
Insiders fear the book may bury any reconciliation between Harry, Meghan and the royal family.
The horrific corruption of music is revealed in “The Circle Broken,” Dorothy Carvelo’s first novel.
The novel is even harder, said Carvello—who wrote the grueling memoir, “Anything for a Blow: An A&R Woman’s Story of Survival in the Music Industry.”
“I had no idea it would be that hard,” she told me.
One of the heroes of her story is the Australian rock singer who will be identified as Michael Hutchins, the lead singer of INXS who died in a hotel room in Sydney in 1997.
Hutchins, 37, had hanged himself.
“The music industry takes beautiful people like Michael, consumes their creativity and spits them out,” Carvello said. “Money is obscene, and it makes people behave in obscene ways.”
But Carvelo believes Hutchence sustained brain damage after a 1992 trip to Denmark with model Helena Christensen when he got into a fight, was pushed by a man and hit his head with pebbles.
“He lost his sense of taste and smell and I stripped him of his identity,” Carvello said. “I’ve watched a friend deteriorate, his erratic behavior and drug use.”
Hutchins once told Carvello, “I’ve handed over a lot of money to a lot of people, and I’m the smallest fish in the pond.”
After his death, a senior production company executive told her, “It’s worth more dead to me than alive.”
“Fans only see the outer shell, and the rock star jumps on stage in the spotlight,” said Carvello, who is represented by Adam Cromey.
“They don’t know what happens when a rock star gets back on the bus and they have to deal with a tough, tough industry and focus only on the bottom line.”
Steven Seagal is still a huge fan of Vladimir Putin, and he wished a happy birthday to the Russian autocrat on Twitter.
The former action hero, born in Michigan, was spending more and more time in Russia and even in Donbass, the Ukrainian lands illegally annexed by Russia.
Seagal has been accused of sexual harassment by several Hollywood actresses. One source said, “In Russia there is no such thing as sexual harassment, so he should enjoy his time there.”
Scott Barnhill, the model who was with Gisele Bundchen before she hooked up with Leonardo DiCaprio and then Tom Brady, is also a musician.
Barnhill just released an album called “Vida and the Heartbreak”. Vida was a Yorkshire terrier that he shared with Gisele before their split.
Barnhill also works with Gus Van Sant on “Prince of Fashion,” based on Michael Chabon and his 13-year-old son’s visit to Paris Fashion Week. Ferrell will star.
A Libyan-Moroccan art collecting heiress faced some strife at Annabelle’s, London’s most prestigious private club.
Libby arrived wearing a head-to-toe Balenciaga and her signature white trucker hat with her signature octopus logo encased in real diamonds.
Annabelle’s staff looked horrified at the designer’s street-chic introduction and asked Libby to remove her one-of-a-kind $25,000 hat or not let her in.
Libby was in shock because the last haute couture shows in Paris were filled with baseball caps. Balenciaga has even paired a baseball cap with a wedding dress and Leonardo DiCaprio goes everywhere with his baseball cap.
Ever since Libby took off her hat, she went to dinner to celebrate modeling success in motion with South African designer Thip Magogo at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Among Annabelle’s regulars are Naomi Campbell and Rihanna.
Director Alexandra Fino is making her debut as a film director with a black comedy in Hollywood Movie.
Fino won several awards in the film festival circuit for her short film “The Green Kola”. She also worked with Mark Wahlberg on the movie Spencer Confidential.
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She will be in New York in November to shoot fashion photographers Antoine Verglas and Catherine Wallach, Ellie Wallach’s daughter.
Elvis was in the building.
Casa Cipriani “Night Of Stars” honored icons such as Presley, Michael Kors, Dionne Warwick and other modern-day figures. International Fashion Group receiving the honor.
strutting on the red carpet this year were Iman, Mariska Hargitay, Candice Bushnell, Deepak Chopra and Huma Abedin.
New York Giants star Kavonne Thibodeau and Miss New York, Heather Nunez, will host the unveiling of Charles Fazino’s artwork depicting a giant Christmas tree, a band, and the American flag to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Toots Games at the Carlton Fine Arts in November. .7.