TALK OF THE TOWN: Laurence Fox is looking for love through celebrity dating app – but Lewis star’s controversial views could put off potential partners after denying Meghan Markle was racist
He created a political party to stand up for traditional British values, but actor Laurence Fox uses a very modern way to find love – celebrity dating app Raya. However, his controversial views can discourage potential mates.
A source tells me, “ My friend paired him up on Raya, but she doesn’t want people to think she shares the same views, so she hasn’t dated him. ”
The Lewis star, 42, took umbrage at being accused of white male privilege on TV question time after denying that Meghan Markle had been the victim of racism.
The backlash has cost him his relationship with his girlfriend Sara McKinnon and he is single again after dating journalist Madeline Grant. Maybe a celebrity dating site is not the place to go if they expect less drama in their love life …
Laurence Fox (pictured left), 42, took umbrage at being accused of white male privilege on TV question time after denying Meghan Markle (right) was a victim of racism
What if the purchase of your home fails at the last minute? Well, if you’re actress Sienna Miller’s sister, you’re asking your 20,000 Instagram followers to help find you a new property.
Fashion designer Savannah Miller has appealed to residents of the Cotswolds after her house talks failed.
Having already sold her country abode just before the potential home purchase collapsed, she asked her followers: ‘If anyone is selling a 4 to 5 bedroom home near Nailsworth, please me. send a message. ”
It may be long, but you have to admire his chutzpah!
Fashion designer Savannah Miller, pictured at the Evening Standard Theater Awards in 2017, appealed to residents of the Cotswolds after negotiations over her home stalled