Saturday, May 21, 2011

Prince William's friend Joss Stone joins Sir Mick Jagger's 'super-group'

Joss Stone attended Prince William's wedding

Prince William's friend Joss Stone joins Sir Mick Jagger's 'super-group'

Joss Stone, who attended Prince William's wedding, has been asked to join Sir Mick Jagger's new 'supergroup' also featuring Dave Stewart and Damian Marley.

After being invited to Prince William’s wedding, Joss Stone has received a new honour. The pop singer, 24, has been asked to join a new “supergroup” formed by Sir Mick Jagger.
Perhaps piqued by the unkind comments about him in the memoirs of his Rolling Stones band mate Keith Richards, Sir Mick is now performing with the group, which will also feature Dave Stewart, the Eurythmics keyboards player, Damian Marley, the son of the reggae star Bob Marley, and AR Rahman, the Bollywood composer.
“They thought it would be interesting and great fun to go into the studio and play some music,” confirms Sir Mick’s spokesman.

Chris Huhne confesses
Kelvin MacKenzie’s claim that Chris Huhne had a second extramarital affair is news to Carina Trimingham, the lover of the beleaguered Energy Secretary.
She has asked me to send her all that I know about the alleged affair, which is said to have happened before her relationship with Huhne.
The Cabinet minister must, meanwhile, look back to the visit of Pope Benedict in September with nostalgia. Then, all he had to worry about was meeting Cardinal Peter Turkson, the president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.
Asked about his faith by The Tablet, Huhne said: “I was brought up as a member of the Church of England; I still am.” Ending the interview with a mea culpa, he said, piously: “Like most Christians, I am a sinner.”

Kate Middleton’s public life
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s spokesmen stress their desire for privacy, but Nicky Haslam, a friend of Prince William’s stepmother, is not impressed.
“You can’t have a private life if you are part of the Royal family,” the interior designer tells me at the Spear’s Design for Living Awards in Mayfair. “If you want a private life, don’t marry into the Royal family, go and live quietly in Anglesey.”
The Duchess of Cornwall’s chum adds: “I’m sick of all this private-life stuff. It’s like all these film stars who go on about wanting a private life. It’s a double-edged sword.”




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