Hilary Duff recently revealed that she’s on Tinder, while Katy Perry has admitted to dabbling with the app.
Russell Brand may have found a woman that can take his jokes.
She recently spoke about her Tinder experiences during a Q&A with the app’s founder Sean Rad, joking that she’d been matched with ‘loads of Pakistanis and lots of people with beards’.
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In gift shops, you can buy a Princess Diana memorial tartan.
But perhaps the best-known monument to the late Princess can be found in the basement of Harrods department store, which was, from 1985 to 2010, owned by Mohamed Al Fayed, the father of Dodi Al Fayed, with whom Diana had her last fling.
In a city of monuments, it is one of the newest, put up in the aftermath of the August 31, 1997, car crash that took Diana’s and Dodi’s lives.
A Harrods salesclerk gave me directions: “Downstairs, to the right, through the shoe department.” The memorial consists of side-by-side color photos of Dodi and Diana, framed by golden interlocking *D’*s and sculpted albatross.
Brand threw some hints about his relationship in an article he published in The Guardian recently.
"I'm not typically immune to the allure of objectified women, but I am presently beleaguered by a nerdish, whirling dervish, and am eschewing all others," he had said.Set in an acrylic pyramid in front of the photographs is the famous and controversial “engagement ring” that Dodi bought Diana the day before their deaths, along with a smudged wineglass—preserved, as the inscription notes, “in the exact condition it was left on the couple’s last evening together at the Imperial Suite at the Hotel Ritz in Paris.”Mohamed Al Fayed has attempted to preserve a similarly lasting impression of his version of the relationship between Diana and his late son.Mohamed, a self-styled enemy of the British establishment, has long maintained that Dodi was murdered by the British secret service, as part of a conspiracy involving members of the royal family, because he was a Muslim about to marry the mother of a future King of England.Diana’s closest confidants in her last years did not need an inquest to know the absurdity of Al Fayed’s claims. He was as understated as Dodi was flashy, as remote as Dodi was public, as somber as Dodi was carefree.Not only was she not planning to marry Dodi Al Fayed, or pregnant with his child, they say, but she was in fact still “madly in love,” as one of them describes it, with another man, an unassuming Pakistani heart surgeon named Hasnat Khan. Though they were together for two years, Diana and Hasnat were largely unknown as a couple.We also reserve the right not to publish comments that are abusive, obscene, inflammatory, derogatory or defamatory.