EMILY PRESCOTT: Lady Violet’s silver lining as air traffic control chaos left her stranded in… Tuscany, then Paris!
Lady Violet Manners was among the thousands of Britons caught up in the air traffic control chaos last week, which left her stranded in Tuscany.
But there was no slumming it on an airport floor for a couple of nights until the carnage ended. Instead, Violet, below, made her way to Paris and booked herself into a luxury spa hotel – as you do.
‘There’s always a silver lining,’ said the 30-year-old in an Instagram post. ‘Been meaning to return to Paris for years.’ How the other half live!
Lady Violet Manners was among the thousands of Britons caught up in the air traffic control chaos last week, which left her stranded in Tuscany
Violet, pictured, made her way to Paris and booked herself into a luxury spa hotel – as you do
Matilda works it out
Matilda Mae Wyman says she suffers major confidence issues due to scoliosis
Don’t let the bikini fool you – Matilda Mae Wyman, the model daughter of ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, says she suffers major confidence issues due to scoliosis.
‘I’ve worked hard to build my confidence regarding my body while growing up in the modelling industry,’ says the 25-year-old, left. ‘I have worked to establish and maintain a healthy relationship with food and working out.’
She regularly goes to the gym because ‘it helps with my mental health, stress and sleep while also helping me to manage my chronic pain from scoliosis’. The condition, which Princess Eugenie, also suffers from, is where the spine twists and curves to the side.
Matilda says taking a recent ‘involuntary two-month break’ from workouts increased her back pain but ‘allowed me to build upon my confidence in a way that I probably never would have’.
Surely climate change champion King Charles would not be too pleased with his former polo pal Geoffrey Kent’s latest travel idea?
Geoffrey, 81, the ex-chairman of the US arm of Royal charity The Prince’s Trust, is organising a 26-day tour by private jet through his luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent.
The trip, costing £132,000 per person, will fly clients across the globe to see endangered wildlife.