Spring fever

The Daily Telegraph - Telegraph Magazine - - CONTENTS - Tom Ough

Blow me down

1. Don­ald Trump has taped his tie ends to­gether and rigidly waxed his hair down, but still gets a taste of his own blowhard medicine. 2. The Duchess of Corn­wall has lit­tle to fear from a gust of wind af­ter with­stand­ing years of her hus­band’s hot air. 3. With her per­sonal as­sis­tant busy on Snapchat, Suki Water­house had no op­tion but to ven­ture into high winds to get her morn­ing blow-dry.

A funny bunch

4. Gerry Adams, clutch­ing a colour­ful bou­quet, looks like a bride on her wed­ding day. So much for dis­lik­ing union. 5. Ver­dant stalks… An aero­plane pose… We can’t work out what Stephen Man­gan is try­ing to com­mu­ni­cate, but we sud­denly want to watch him in Green Wing. 6. His nose stuck to a bunch of daf­fodils laced with a prankster’s su­per­glue, the Prince of Wales vows to have cor­po­ral pun­ish­ment rein­tro­duced.

Now of course – of course! – cli­mate change is t he creep­ing men­ace that will one day en gulf us all, in­un­dat­ing Mar-a-Lago (would t hat be so bad ?), trash­ing our ecosys­tems( english vineyards, any­one ?), and spring­ing spring on us weeks ear­lier than we’re used to. Al­though, can we re­ally beg r udge cli­mate change a few early flowe rings, the chance to leave a coat on t he peg? for the signs of spring are here, from daf­fodils to daffy weather. so fire up the 4x4 ,in­vest in shell, and en­joy watch­ing ever yone else brave the el­e­ments. —

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