Party pal Tara will be missed
THE death of Tara Palmer-Tomkinson at 45 came as such a shock to me.
I remember her from my days on the London party scene and she always seemed like such a happy and fun-loving person!
It was fitting, in the days after her death, to hear all the lovely stories about her from her friends and family and it seems like she will be truly missed.
She was friends with people from every walk of life and seemed like such a genuine person.
She made no secret of her battle with addiction and I do think it goes to show how harmful and destructive Class A substances, like cocaine, can be.
My thoughts go out to her family and I hope they get some peace from the fact that she was taken in her sleep, rather than suffering.
And I’m sure that she will never be forgotten!
Rest in peace, Tara. I DIDN’T think it was actually possible, but the second Fifty Shades film is even more boring than the first!
I watched the first one when it came out and thought it was utter rubbish. So I swore I wouldn’t bother with the second or third.
But after hearing they’d hired a new director, I decided to give it a go.
How I wish I hadn’t bothered! For a film that’s supposed to be about bondage and kinky sex, it’s pretty tame! HAPPY: How I will remember Tara