Beatrice hints at children's literacy partnership with Queen Camilla

EMILY PRESCOTT: Princess Beatrice is for books as she hints at children’s literacy partnership with Queen Camilla

Could Princess Beatrice and Queen Camilla be collaborating on a children’s literacy project?

Beatrice certainly seemed to drop some hints when she presented the Oscar’s Book Prize for best picture book last week.

Having praised the new Queen on her commitment to literacy, the 34-year-old Princess, who is patron of the award, teased: ‘I’m hoping we can work out some more fantastic ways to collaborate more with the prize.’

Nothing is confirmed yet, but you heard it here first! 

Could Princess Beatrice (right) and Queen Camilla (left) be collaborating on a children’s literacy project?

Princess Beatrice attends the tenth annual Oscar’s Book Prize winner’s ceremony, celebrating the best picture books for young children on Tuesday

Mick Jagger’s son Gabriel is heading into the fashion world, following in the stilettoed footsteps of his mum, Jerry Hall.

But unlike the Texan model – and his older sister Georgia May – the 25-year-old is not stepping on to the catwalk.

Rather, he has produced a new documentary about ‘the original influencer’, Coco Chanel with his production company WhyNowFilms.

So anticipated is the programme, that I hear the BBC has already snapped it up for its flagship Arena strand.

When it comes to the Jaggers, it seems you can always get what you want.

Rachel Weisz attends the 6th Canneseries International Festival in France on April 15


Her new TV role is as a pair of unhinged, sexed-up, gynaecologist twins who binge on cocaine.

But what caused Rachel Weisz, right, problems in a magazine interview to promote Dead Ringers was a little more prosaic: a cigarette.

The actress appears in a drawing on the cover of The Idler with a lit fag in her hand – too much for supermarket chiefs who insisted it be Photoshopped out for copies on their shelves.

Subscribers still get the offending version.

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