Banking heiress Kate Rothschild takes a trip to Rome 

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Banking heiress Kate Rothschild who had £500k of jewellery stolen from her London home takes a trip to Rome

Banking heiress Kate Rothschild, who had £500,000 worth of jewellery stolen from her London home last month, can rely on her former sister-in-law, Jemima Goldsmith, to cheer her up.

Kate, 35, who has three children with Jemima’s financier brother, Ben, was taken on a girls’ trip to Rome for the bank holiday. 

They were joined by stylist Martha Ward, who co-ordinated their fashion with floral garlands.

Banking heiress Kate Rothschild, who had £500,000 worth of jewellery stolen from her London home last month, can rely on her former sister-in-law, Jemima Goldsmith, to cheer her up

‘With my loves on a romantic jaunt to Rome,’ wrote film producer Jemima, 44, next to a snap she posted online.

It comes after burglars scaled a back wall to get into Kate’s bedroom at her £3.5million property in Barnes, south-west London. 

They fled with a large jewellery box containing all her valuables, including an antique diamond dragonfly brooch and wedding and engagement rings. 

The thieves took this stunning shaped single stone engagement ring in a platinum setting from her relationship with Ben Goldsmith

This antique diamond and plique à jour enamel dragonfly brooch was also taken from the house

This unique gold bracelet with heart charms was part of the £500,000 haul

The 35-year-old returned from a night out with boyfriend, entrepreneur Paul Forkan to find that she could not get into her room.

It emerged the burglars had locked the door from the inside and Mr Forkan had to climb through a bedroom window to get in and unlock it.

They then found a pink jewellery box had been taken which contained the gems, including the rings from her former marriage. 

Kate said of her burglary: ‘While I’m really sad to have lost so many things that are precious to me, mostly I’m just so grateful that nobody was hurt.’

Kate said of her burglary: ‘While I’m really sad to have lost so many things that are precious to me, mostly I’m just so grateful that nobody was hurt’

Kate Moss welcomed back to U.S.

Kate Moss made a surprise return to the U.S. this week after staying away for nearly a decade.

Until now, the supermodel has reportedly struggled to get an American visa following pictures of her snorting cocaine that were published in 2005.

Kate’s friends were thrilled when she touched down in New York, while her chum, hair dresser James Brown, shared this picture of her wearing a jacket reading: ‘Make America Kate Again,’ mocking Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogan.

The 44-year-old, who has swapped booze for green juice, was in New York for last night’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Gala.

Since the damning 2005 snaps, which earned her the insalubrious nickname ‘Cocaine Kate’, she has been to the U.S. only once — also for the Met Gala, in 2009.


Kate’s friends were thrilled when she touched down in New York, while her chum, hair dresser James Brown, shared this picture of her wearing a jacket reading: ‘Make America Kate Again,’ mocking Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogan

Amelia makes a splash 

Ever since she was crowned the ‘most beautiful member of the Royal Family’ by Tatler magazine, Lady Amelia Windsor has been keen to maintain a high profile.

This week, the Duke of Kent’s 22-year-old granddaughter has been letting her hair down on holiday in Capri, Italy. 

The University of Edinburgh student, who is 37th in line to the throne and signed to model agency, Storm, entertained fellow holidaymakers by playing lifeguard in a red bikini top and black bottoms.

Later that night, she made another sartorial splash — this time standing by a public fountain in plaid pyjamas and stylish Penelope Chilvers shoes.


Ever since she was crowned the ‘most beautiful member of the Royal Family’ by Tatler magazine, Lady Amelia Windsor has been keen to maintain a high profile

Mary Beard may wear stylish Manolo Blahnik shoes, but she has an Achilles heel. ‘There’s one thing that really annoys me, and that’s when I see myself described as a “television historian”,’ she says. ‘And I think: “No, I’m not a television historian. I’m a professor of classics at the University of Cambridge who does some telly on the side.” And that is quite different.’ 

The killing of Great Dane Rinka, Norman Scott’s dog, on Exmoor, provided the grubby heart of the Jeremy Thorpe affair, now turned into a BBC drama, A Very English Scandal.

‘The dog playing Rinka refused to play dead,’ admits Ben Whishaw, who stars as Scott, the Liberal Party leader’s lover.

‘We had three Rinkas in the end; Darcy, who lasted a morning, Manon and then Olive. Great Danes are very beautiful animals, but they don’t like rain — and they don’t like doing the same thing twice. But who does?’

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