Good week for:
Meghan Markle, who was due to become the first Royal fiancée to join in the Christmas festivities at Sandringham. However, it seems tricky decisions about the unmarried couple’s sleeping arrangements may have been swerved: rumour has it that she and Prince Harry will stay with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at their home, which is nearby. Sarah Mullally, who was named as the 133rd Bishop of London. It is the first time a woman has held one of the top three positions in the Anglican Church. The 55-year-old former nurse said she was “delighted, but slightly terrified” by her appointment, which is likely to dismay conservatives. Wayne Rooney, who revealed that he was “really enjoying” his community service, helping adults with learning difficulties at a garden centre. The footballer, convicted of drink-driving in September, said he found the work “relaxing” and that he’d keep in touch with the people he met there once his service was over.