Less than five months after cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins announced that he and his 16-year-old wife had decided to split up, he tells the world that he is "loved" by a blonde PR girl.
In his May "break up tweet" (which is so terribly fashionable for the famous these days), the five-time Olympic gold medalist and Tour de France winner said he and Cath's two children – Ben, 14 and Isabella, 12 – remain our priority and we ask for privacy '.
Some privacy, Brad, now that your "friends" let the papers you moved into with Laura Hartshorne. The couple is said to have bonded instantly as she's no stranger to the celebrity scene. . . and she loves a good party, which now fits more into Bradley's lifestyle.
However, what shocked me the most was when he said, “I've probably always put other people first. (Now) I could see that I deserve my own happiness too. "
Being a top athlete is one of the most selfish careers of all: it's part of the job. Some people might doubt how much Brad really put other people first.
Less than five months after cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins (left) announced that he and his 16-year-old wife (right) had decided to split up, he tells the world that he "loved" with a blonde PR girl is
This is the same local hero whose once glittering career has been marked by allegations of performance-enhancing drugs, which he vehemently denies.
What he really "deserves" – many could look back on the explosive parliamentary report two years ago that suggested Brad was taking a strong corticosteroid under the guise of treating a legitimate disease prior to the Tour de France. Cath stood by him when the parliamentary committee accused him of having exceeded an ethical limit in taking the medicine for "asthma".
Perhaps it is a healing story for all longtime women. Beware of a man who is accused of having veiled in his career: he can play fast and easy in his personal life too.
Perhaps then she should have realized that her husband, if not a drug fraudster, was certainly a man who made it easy to bend the rules.
Brad is believed to have moved in with Laura Hartshorne (pictured) after they instantly connected.
Brad's halo slipped that day – no easy task given those ridiculous sideburns. However, questions about its integrity remain open. He denies that he took this drug to improve his performance: did he also insist on Cath that he had nothing to explain in his private life?
If you suddenly jump from the marriage home into your girlfriend's apartment, you might wonder how long he has known his beloved Laura. (They say they met a few months ago.)
Yes, marriages break down – but this is how a marriage that lasts forever ends. In the end, it is not we, the public, who will judge Brad's actions, but his children.
In the meantime, Brad should pray that Cath won't say anything new about the contents of the mysterious Jiffy bag that was delivered to him at a race in 2011. Should it ever claim that it contains anything other than the decongestant that Brad and Team Sky claimed – well, that would be a revenge.
Kenny, it's time to let go
Eleven years after George Michael and his former lover Kenny Goss split and four years since the Wham! Singer dies, Goss is now suing George's £ 100 million estate for £ 15,000 a month spousal support.
The multi-million dollar art collection with which George set up him is no longer sufficient, and the American now claims he has the right to be taken care of in the style to which he has become accustomed during the pop star's lifetime.
George sang about Club Tropicana once – but Goss wants the drinks to be free for the rest of his life.
Prince William announced that the singer Shakira (pictured) is one of the judges giving gifts to environmentalists for her ideas to save the planet
When Prince William started his £ 50 million green Earthshot Prize project with David Attenborough, he raised his eyebrows and announced that singer Shakira was among the judges gifting environmentalists for her ideas on saving the planet.
This was not cheap fame. The Colombian-born pop star has a proud track record in founding the Barefoot Foundation, which funds schools for poor children in her home country.
Perhaps William learned a trick from his mother, Princess Diana: When it comes to making change, there is no stronger combination than celebrity and compassion.
Dawn French, 62, lost 7½ after her divorce from Lenny Henry and says she's happy to be a barrel again and doesn't worry about her weight. Very good when the only person who has to live with a woman's body is the woman herself. However, one has to wonder if second husband Mark Bignell might have an opinion on all of this. If a husband had gained half his body weight since they were married, his wife might not have the right to turn and say, "Why not skip the second Cornish pasty, dear?"
Mouthy Davina McCall is the new host of the redesigned changing rooms. I can only say about that: lock your front doors! Given that the ex-Big Brother host's tastes have so far expanded to include his and hers hot tubs, lip-shaped couches, and a color palette from puce to purple, we are likely to all switch channels.
Ex-Big Brother presenter Davina McCall is the new host of the redesigned dressing room
Who wouldn't be impressed by Sir Roger Penrose, Oxford physics professor, who won the Nobel Prize for demonstrating the existence of black holes? The 89 year old is a delight, even if I can't understand a word he says about cosmology. I thought that's what Oscar Cainer is doing in this article (I'm a Scorpio). For most of us, a black hole is the moment you learn that your husband has left you.
- Rumor had it that the task of the new White House-inspired daily press conference at the White House had gone to a lively, self-promoting blonde with thirty things and close ties to the Prime Minister. Much disappointment when it turned out that it was the blue-tipped Allegra Stratton and not the hot Californian Jennifer Arcuri.
- If we're all together, maybe MPs should forego their £ 3,360 raise and raise their salaries to £ 85,292. That's roughly four times the salary of a nurse – and they can't zoom into the work.
- Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says the government is "downright disrespectful" after banning much of the north of England. The only disrespect Andy shows is his suspiciously plucked eyebrows. Grow this monobrow Andy!
- Boris is proud that he almost lost 2nd place after catching Covid. Well done Bojo, only four left!
Sell the budgie smugglers from 007
More than half a century after Ursula Andress entered Dr. No, when Honey Ryder emerged from the ocean and became the most iconic Bond girl of all time, her ivory bikini is expected to fetch £ 400,000 at auction.
The current rather creaky 007 should take note.
Daniel Craig doesn't need the money – it's supposed to be worth £ 120 million – so it is certainly high time he sold his old casino royale blue budgie smugglers to charity.
The scene in which Ursula Andress in Dr. No, when Honey Ryder emerged from the ocean, she became the "most iconic Bond girl of all time". Now the ivory bikini she wore (pictured) is expected to fetch £ 400,000 at auction
A study of how to make friends with cats concludes that if you "beat them up," they react lovingly, which means folding your face and eyes into a smile as you blink slowly.
I tried my rescue moggy Teddy, with whom I usually communicate via hickey and conversations between cats and humans (he meows: "Hi Mandy" and I answer: "Hi Ted").
When I "beat up" him, he hit me in the face – no claws, just an open paw of indignation.
From this I must conclude that the survey was carried out by dog owners.
Papa the real hero
How wonderful to see that more than 400 doctors and nurses who led the battle against Covid are remembered in the honor roll.
But interior designer Kelly Hoppen is getting a CBE? What has the world come to? This is a rank above the OBE that my pop, Charles Platell, earned after volunteering at the age of 37 to fight for king and country in Alexandria, Egypt during WWII.
Men like him fought and died for freedom – not so wide that some wide couches could be covered again.
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