EMILY PRESCOTT: Queen Camilla helps Frankie Dettori go to Hollywood… ish!
Queen Camilla helped bid farewell to jockey Frankie Dettori yesterday as he ended his career in the UK in typically triumphant fashion.
The Italian brought his career in this country to an end at Ascot by winning his final race on King Of Steel. He now heads to California to race there.
Dressed in emerald green, Camilla also paid subtle tribute to her late mother-in-law by wearing a small diamond horse brooch the Queen gave to her.
Queen Camilla helped bid farewell to jockey Frankie Dettori yesterday as he ended his career in the UK in typically triumphant fashion
Alice Eve attends QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot Racecourse
Bake Off judge Prue Leith, 83, eye-catching in electric blue frilled jacket, spoke of her love of horses
The Ascot crowd included actress Alice Eve, 41, who watched from the exclusive Authority Suite in a beige coat with fur trim.
And Bake Off judge Prue Leith, 83, eye-catching in electric blue frilled jacket, spoke of her love of horses, confessing: ‘I wanted to marry a horse when I was ten. My father did point out to me that my children would all be centaurs and I thought, “Oh good, that sounds all right.” ’
Lily plays mum… to a boy, 22
Lily Allen seems to have taken the critics panning her role in West End play The Pillowman, inset, to heart – she’s taken up a place on a one-year acting course in New York. The 38-year-old, right, has revealed she is throwing herself into learning and embracing her younger classmates.
Lily – who has also appeared on stage in 2:22 A Ghost Story and earlier this year starred in the Sky TV series Dreamland – says: ‘It’s very uncomfortable at times. I’m doing scene study at the moment with a 22-year-old boy named Ben who’s lovely, and I’m playing his mum!’
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