For a bride who arranged her day with military precision, it is perhaps unsurprising that Pippa Middleton wanted to ensure that even the waiting staff were as svelte and glamorous as her high society guests. Miss Middleton’s careful choreography extended to the table plan, which decreed that couples should not sit together. There were no exceptions, not even for royalty, meaning that Meghan Markle was unable to sit next to Prince Harry, despite flying more than 3,000 miles to attend.
An emotional Usain Bolt served as a pallbearer at the funeral of former Team GB athlete, Germaine Mason, who was farewelled in Jamaica on Sunday. Mason, who won a silver for Great Britain at the Beijing Olympics in August 2008, died after crashing his motorcycle in Jamaica on April 20, while returning home from a party along with Bolt and fellow sprinter Michael Frater. Jamaica’s The Gleaner reported that Mason’s cousin, Eric Cyrus Junior, delivered the eulogy and remembered the athlete as a man who thought nothing was too good for his son Jelani.
SWNS Julie Wadsworth, now 60, lured the boy to a landmark known as Devil’s Cave where she “started touching me”, the alleged victim told the jury. Her husband, fellow presenter Tony Wadsworth, 69, hovered in the background with a camera and acted as “look-out”, it was alleged. A week earlier, the boy and his friends had watched the pair having sex against a tree in the park, the court heard. Mrs Wadsworth, known to radio listeners as Julie Mayer, allegedly invited the boys to return to the Devil’s Cave when “they might let us have a play”, jurors were told. The former BBC WM hosts, of Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, deny indecently assaulting boys as young as 11 between 1992 and 1996 and