Party pal Tara will be missed

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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

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