Oh tsk, tsk Chesterfield. What was meant to be a lovely floral tribute to the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death has turned into an epic fail. Social media just lost it’s mind over the ancient Derbyshire tradition of using flowers and natural materials to make a collage. One twitter user wrote “Nice use of weetabix for her teeth.” You be the judge Loons…
Come on Loons,think …..
It’s Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell, that’s who. Sheez, it’s a bitch being a B-grade celebrity.
Oh for the love of all things bright and beautiful, Princess Diana hair jam? Well, I suppose we should be grateful it wasn’t toe jam? Anywho, for $7.60 you can buy a jar of “occult” jam which contains a snippet of the late Princess of Wale’s lock. OK, well it’s been infused in gin and then mixed with milk and sugar but she’s in there somewhere. Sam Bompas from the catering company Bompas and Parr bought the hair off eBay for $10 (dear god it could be anyone’s hair!!) with the intent purpose of using it for the surrealist art show at London’s Barbican Art Gallery. Hmm, nothing says surreal like a famous persons hair in your jam.
I know exactly what she would erase!
A desk rubber used by the late Princess Diana, when she attending boarding school, has just gone under the hammer. The “For Big Mistakes” eraser( which ironically looks like it was hardly used) was floating around in her pencil case when she attended the Riddlesworth Hall in Norfolk and then later became a keepsake even after THAT marriage.Princess Diana eventually gave the eraser to her secretary Jane Parsons (hmm, gee thanks) before making its way to the auction house. So what do you think the ugly chunk of rubber went for? Well £540 if you really want to know. Gee, if only that rubber could talk!