Beaches. May 2016.

Dear Rowley, As you know, I have a reputation for plain-speaking but, until now, have refused to be drawn on the proposed Brexit. Apparently, the markets don’t like it, The Queen does and the government has corralled everyone from Barak … Continue reading

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Fashion. January 2015.

Dear Rowley, Awoke this morning with a fatal sense of optimism and well-being. I say fatal because the moment you pre-ordain a day lucky is the moment Dame Nemesis casts a spiteful glance towards Bloomsbury and, before you know it, … Continue reading

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Red Carpets In The Rain. February 2013.

Dear Rowley, Don’t you adore the BAFTA Awards? I always love to see the bemusement on our Hollywood friends’ faces as they try to compute whether Stephen Fry is sending them a valentine or sending them up. Yet more amusing … Continue reading

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