EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: It’s a girl! Delight for Samantha Cameron’s brother after the 35-year-old hosted a gender reveal baby shower with his girlfriend in West London
Gender reveal parties might be an American tradition but they’re fast becoming popular on this side of the Atlantic.
David Cameron’s brother-in-law Robert Sheffield — the 35-year-old son and heir of Sam Cam’s baronet father, Sir Reginald Sheffield —hosted a baby shower in West London this week where his girlfriend, Ellen Francis Gibbons, announced she’s expecting a girl.
The 28-year-old model wore a pink dress for the occasion and presented a picnic on a similarly coloured gingham rug.
‘I can’t wait to bring a feisty little lady into the world this Christmas,’ she said.
David Cameron’s brother-in-law Robert Sheffield — the 35-year-old son and heir of Sam Cam’s baronet father, Sir Reginald Sheffield —hosted a baby shower in West London this week where his girlfriend, Ellen Francis Gibbons, announced she’s expecting a girl
The smart set’s talking about… Raine Spencer’s smoking granddaughter Chiara
Her great-grandmother, Dame Barbara Cartland, squeezed out 700 romance novels in seven decades, and her grandmother, Raine Spencer, was a society darling and renowned public servant.
But Italian aristocrat Chiara di Carcaci is hoping her legacy will have even more spark.
The 25-year-old, who was born in London to Old Etonian antiques dealer, Alexander di Carcaci, and Raine Spencer’s daughter, Charlotte, is on a mission to make smoking cool again with her stylish cigarette case brand, Smoking Jacket.
Italian aristocrat Chiara di Carcaci is hoping her legacy will have even more spark than her great-grandmother, Dame Barbara Cartland, and grandmother, Raine Spencer
‘It’s a great way to bring back old-school glamour. We had cigarette cases in the 1920s and 1930s but there’s no modern equivalent,’ Chiara, who makes each case herself, tells me.
They are sold at the top floor bar at Mayfair club, 5 Hertford Street, and fans include trend-setter Alexa Chung and fashion stylist Sophia Hesketh.
Former Question Time host David Dimbleby anchored the BBC U.S. election coverage for decades — and now his son, Fred, is poised to follow in his footsteps.
The 22-year-old graduate trainee at ITV News will feature on a weekly podcast called Will Trump Win?
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