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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Princess Beatrice, 34, Sports Stylish Bow – Just Like Her Mother In The 1980s

When it comes to style, Princess Beatrice has things tied up. King Charles’s niece, 34, was spotted wearing a bow in her hair, with the words ‘love me’ written in gold, as she went for a meeting in Mayfair.

Bea’s mother, Sarah, Duchess of York, 63, regularly sported bows in the 1980s. When she married Prince Andrew, even her wedding dress featured a large bow on the back.

Bea, who works for software company Afiniti, has a 17-month-old daughter, Sienna, with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Princess Beatrice, 34, was spotted wearing a bow in her hair, with the words ‘love me’ written in gold, as she went for a meeting in Mayfair

Princess Beatrice was pictured out and about in Mayfair

Bea’s mother, Sarah, Duchess of York, 63, regularly sported bows in the 1980s

The truth is out there for Maitlis and Scully

Gillian Anderson, who plays Emily Maitlis in a forthcoming Netflix film about her infamous interview with Prince Andrew, had a chance to grill the former Newsnight star when they bumped into each other at a charity event yesterday.

And neither was giving too much away, judging by the crossed-arms postures they adopted at the Turn The Tables lunch in aid of Cancer Research at Bafta in Piccadilly, London.

While The X-Files star, 54, wore black trousers, Maitlis, 52, sported a pair of thigh-skimming suede boots. The film is based on the book Scoops: The BBC’s Most Shocking Interviews, by producer Sam McAlister.

Emily Maitlis and Gillian Anderson attend today’s Turn The Tables 2023 event for Cancer Research UK in London

Anderson (right) got the opportunity to quiz Maitlis, whom she will portray in an upcoming movie about Prince Andrew’s disastrous interview on Newsnight

Once revered for his fancy footwork on the pitch, Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker won’t show what he can do on the dance floor.

‘I’ve got no interest in Strictly,’ the BBC presenter says of the Corporation’s flagship entertainment show. ‘I shouldn’t say this, but I’m not the biggest fan.’ Speaking to Gabby Logan on The Mid Point podcast, the former England striker explains: ‘I want to watch people be really good at something. I don’t want to see people like amateurs. I just don’t get that show.’

Lineker, 62, adds: ‘I can’t dance anyway — that’s the real reason.’

Home Secretary Suella Braverman said in December that cat-calling could become illegal under a new offence of harassing people in the street. But Prince George’s godmother Julia Samuel admits that she used to enjoy the attention.

Home Secretary Suella Braverman

‘I remember walking down the street with my three daughters when they were teenagers and recognising, not enjoyably, that I was completely invisible,’ says the psychotherapist, 63, a close friend of Princess Diana. ‘I realised that I did not exist and builders didn’t wish me, “How was my day” any more or, “How are you, love”. They literally didn’t care.’

Speaking on The Third Act podcast, she adds: ‘I was never one of those people that minded being shouted out.

‘I quite liked it. Then recognising that I was completely invisible was a bit of a wake-up call.’

Mad Men star January Jones has called on Hollywood bosses to get back to work, as she’s sick of doing auditions by video.

‘It’s time for casting directors to come back into the office, like everyone else, to audition actors in person,’ says the actress, 45.

‘If anyone asks for a fee to audition, please let them know this is criminal and pathetic. I have had to self-tape several times since the pandemic began and there is zero benefit to it for anyone involved. It’s time-consuming, expensive and a drag to anyone you have to drag in to read with you (sorry mum).’

Disney boss Bob Iger recently told employees that they need to start coming in to the office at least four days a week.

Formula 1 tycoon Ron Dennis’s plans for a huge, mobile garden shelter to prevent his party guests getting wet at his £30 million country home have hit the skids.

The former McLaren boss, 75, wanted to put a shipping container-sized tent in the grounds of his Surrey mansion.

However, officials at Runnymede Borough Council have rejected his application. ‘The proposed structure would have a permanent character given that it will remain located within the curtilage of the dwelling,’ the council says.

Dennis has now submitted revised plans, rather aptly with his F1 connections, proposing detachable wheels, rather than the originally proposed metal runners or ‘skids’.

Hairdresser to the stars Michael Douglas, boyfriend of Davina McCall, has some advice to the heir to the throne about his thinning hair. ‘He should shave it off,’ Douglas says. ‘He’s got great teeth has Prince William. If you’ve got great teeth it doesn’t matter how bad your hair is or how bald you are. People are so mesmerised by your smile, you’re done.’