Rupert Everett just having a coffee in my favourite place. Not sure how I feel about that.
Various London bien pensants have been receiving wild letters from onetime Ukip backer Demetri Marchessini — the UK-based, Greek-born shipping tycoon even took out a newspaper advertisement the other day to attack radio presenter Libby Purves over her pro-gay sympathies.
Marchessini is author of the book Women In Trousers, in which he describes the practice of women wearing trousers as ‘behaviour that flies against common sense, and also flies against the normal human desire to please’.
One who has long been a recipient of Marchessini’s missives is outgoing National Theatre boss Sir Nicholas Hytner. He has only just realised they are genuine.
A friend tells me: ‘Until now, Nick was convinced they were comic spoofs sent to him by actor Rupert Everett.’
Rupert Everett gives a brief introduction to Oscar Wilde.
The Kumars, 2014
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Just in supermarket queue in front of Rupert Everett.Charming,chatting 2 lady who was happily unaware of who he was #bitstarstruck #london