Posh and Becks are going to have gold casts made of Harper Seven Beckham’s hands and feet. Swish.
The process involves making moulds at home and the sending them to a firm in London called First Impressions. They will make gold plated casts of the feet from the pattern.
Harper’s feet will be in good company. First Impressions have in the past also made casts for Tony and Cherie Blair’s baby Leo as well as doing various body parts for Sir Elton John and Jonathan Ross.
A family friend told The Sun
: "Harper is so precious and such a beautiful little girl they wanted a physical representation of how she is now, just a few weeks after her birth. David and Victoria can't stop smiling and are the proudest parents on Earth."
We wonder if the Beckhams are also going get a cast of David’s golden balls to put on the mantelpiece.
Jude Law has revealed that he once hated everyone. Yes ,everyone because they wanted to know about him.
He was asked by The Mirror
if he hated the world and he said, “Well, yeah. There was a period when I had a low opinion of people generally. I felt down on what they were interested in, so far away from what I was. It just felt like this slurry pit. I wasn’t feeling terribly positive about what I was contributing to film, either.”
We saw some of your films Jude, so we understand where that feeling came from. Jude did have some positive thoughts though.
“I really feel the years between 40 and 50 are going to be the most productive of my life.”
Aw, that’s nice. Does this mean he is going to stop sleeping with nannies too?
We’ve all used Twitter to bitch about something, but it has never landed us in trouble like it’s got Chris Colfer, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith in hot water.
Ryan Murphy (the producer and co-creator of Glee) has abandoned plans to make a spin-off series after the potential stars of it moaned about being axed from the main show.
Ryan was upset that Chris Colfer (Kurt) has claimed that he found out on Twitter that he was being dropped from the show.
Ryan said "They were involved in the process for three to four months so for any of those actors to say, 'I found out I was fired from Twitter', is absolutely 100 per cent not true.
"None of them was fired. We were going to do a spin-off where the three of them were going to go on.
"So to pick up newspapers and read actors saying, 'We found out we were fired from Twitter' - we decided, 'OK, let's not do it'."
We really hope that Chris, Lea and Cory can sort this out with Ryan. We’d love to see a Glee spin-off show letting us know what happened next to Kurt, Rachel and Finn.