Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi are getting divorced tomorrow, weeks after he was pictured holding her throat and pinching her nose in a London restaurant.
An auction featuring some of this country’s most significant artists includes works owned by Eric and Kathy Hertz, who died when their plane crashed into the sea near Kawhia in March. Among the paintings being auctioned are a 1910 oil of
Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have settled on a speedy divorce in a bid to keep their dirty laundry from being aired in public. According to the Daily Mail, documents were lodged with the High Court last week after the couple – estimated to be worth
This is what happens when you file for a divorce on the front page of a newspaper. Nigella Lawson has contacted one of Britain’s most ruthless divorce lawyers in response to her husband’s public announcement that their marriage was over.
Nigella Lawson is holed up in her apartment in tears after learning from a newspaper that her husband, Charles Saatchi, was divorcing her. The Sun reports that the TV chef had no idea Saatchi had filed for a divorce until he issued a statement to the Mail on Sunday announcing it
Sharon Osbourne has shocked audiences of a US talk show when she joked she would happily perform a sex act on Prince Charles to get a title.
Charles Saatchi accepted a police caution for assaulting his wife Nigella Lawson, the celebrity cook, to stop the incident “hanging over all of us for months”.
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson’s husband has said images of him with his hands round his wife’s throat misrepresented a “playful tiff”. British police say they are investigating after a newspaper published photos of Nigella Lawson’s husband Charles Saatchi with his hands around the celebrity chef’s throat
VICTIM OF LOVE Charles Bradley (Shock) Arguably the toughest job for Brooklyn’s Daptones label and their crusade to record those now-ageing soul artists who slipped through the grooves of the sound’s 60s and 70s heyday is to back up their discoveries with solid second albums Once the glossy sheen of discovery has worn through then it takes an artist with the talents of a Sharon Jones or, in this case, Charles Bradley to harness the music and make it relevant again, not just an all-singing, all-dancing museum piece.
In 1822 the English Mathematician Charles Babbage had an idea for a machine that would perform mathematical calculations rapidly and infallibly. This was long before the age of electrical circuitry, so Babbage’s plan called for the machine to be executed in brass and steel and powered by a hand crank.