SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Lottie Moss winds down: Model looks worse for wear in picture posted online by her mother

Kate Moss's hedonistic lifestyle doesn't seem to come as naturally to little sister Lottie.

The 19-year-old model, who burst onto London's social scene last year, looks worse for wear in this picture that her mother, Inger, posted online with the caption: 'Munch munch.'

No doubt Lottie needed to recuperate after last weekend, when she had a drink thrown at Lottie Moss winds down her in a London nightclub. 

Looking worn out in a strappy top and joggers, she lay on the sofa with a punnet of raspberries, crackers and an energy drink.

Kate Moss's hedonistic lifestyle doesn't seem to come as naturally to little sister Lottie (pictured)

Kate Moss's hedonistic lifestyle doesn't seem to come as naturally to little sister Lottie (pictured)

 

Not too Posh to wear PJs, then?

Victoria Beckham claims she doesn't feel guilty about focusing on her career while raising four children, but is her busy schedule forcing her to skip getting dressed?

The 43-year-old designer strutted out in New York yesterday wearing what looked like a pair of pink pyjamas. 

It was a shrewd move from the self-publicising beanpole, who was, in fact, sporting a matching plaid shirt and trousers from her very own spring/summer collection.

Victoria Beckham strutted out in New York yesterday wearing what looked like a pair of pink pyjamas

 

Russia's 1917 Bolshevik revolution is to have its centenary celebrated with a splashy dinner at Mayfair's Savile Club, long a redoubt of champagne socialists. 

It will include Russian music, lashings of vodka and a talk about the early-modernist Lawn Road flats in Belsize Park, once a hotbed of Soviet spies. 

Tickets will cost a decadent £50 a head. How proud Lenin would be that his great struggle is being toasted in the very citadels of the imperialist West!

 

Is Pippa Middleton's brother-in-law Spencer Matthews finally ready to settle down?

The Made In Chelsea Lothario, 29, who is dating Irish model Vogue Williams, tells me at the launch of Club Brunch at Madison in the City: 'I am quite possibly getting married. 

I would love to have children with Vogue.' Awkwardly Vogue, 31, recently revealed she's considering freezing her eggs as she doesn't plan to have kids for a few years.

Spencer Matthews. who is dating Irish model Vogue Williams, tells me at the launch of Club Brunch at Madison in the City: 'I am quite possibly getting married'

Spencer Matthews. who is dating Irish model Vogue Williams, tells me at the launch of Club Brunch at Madison in the City: 'I am quite possibly getting married'

 

Old softie Kirstie 'cries every day'

TV presenter and property guru Kirstie Allsopp, 45, is recommending the benefits of a good cry.

'A sob can be very cleansing,' she says. 'I cry every day. I am a terrible crier. I don't cry at the key moments of my life, but put me in front of Call The Midwife and I am hysterical. Children and babies set me off.

'I am very sentimental.'

TV presenter and property guru Kirstie Allsopp, 45, is recommending the benefits of a good cry

TV presenter and property guru Kirstie Allsopp, 45, is recommending the benefits of a good cry

Meanwhile it seems her love of good manners has prompted tears in another person. 'I am insistent on good manners. Being rude is not acceptable.

'However, I must say sorry to the lady who was in front of me in the uniform queue at Peter Jones recently. She was giving the sales assistant a really hard time so I told her she was being rather unkind. Her face just crumpled and I did feel bad.

'Maybe her manners just went out of the window because she was having a bad day.'

 

Is left-wing academic Noreena Hertz, who quit as ITV Economics Editor after barely a year to present a satellite radio show, struggling for guests already? 

'Excited to talk TV shows with former Director of BBC Television Danny Cohen on my new Sirius XM Insight Show,' she tweeted ahead of the launch episode. 

The impeccably PC Cohen is, of course, Hertz's husband.

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