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04.18.2014
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Renée Zellweger put her pretty little foot down when it came to gaining weight to star in the sequel to "Bridget Jones’ Diary." The 33-year-old actress put on 21 pounds to play Bridget in the first movie and can’t face all the...

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Renée Zellweger put her pretty little foot down when it came to gaining weight to star in the sequel to "Bridget Jones’ Diary." The 33-year-old actress put on 21 pounds to play Bridget in the first movie and can’t face all the "changes" it put her through ever again. The writer, Andrew Davies, is making sure she doesn’t have to in the new flick that he is calling "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason." By sending her to a jail in Thailand where unless someone smuggles in oodles of noodles, she’ll lose — not gain. (She’s already so thin you can’t see her from the side). George Clooney, with whom Renée had a fling not long ago, is cast in a cameo, another reason for looking her best on the set.



Happy news from London. Lady Helen Taylor, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent and a cousin of Queen Elizabeth, and her husband Tim are expecting their third child in the spring. They already have two darling boys: Columbus, 8, and Cassius, 5. Lady Helen, a lovely 38 who looks 28, is 25th in line to the throne.



Two weeks after the birth of her baby girl, Lila Grace, Kate Moss still hasn’t accepted the latest proposal from her lover and the father of her child, Jefferson Hack, who has been, according to English tabs, shopping for an eye-popper of a ring. Her pals Stella McCartney and Sadie Frost are hoping she says yes as they both like Jefferson ever so much, one reason being he has calmed Kate down considerably since her days with Johnny Depp, which now seem like ancient history.



Isabel Goldsmith, the heiress who inherited $50 million from her father, the tycoon Sir James Goldsmith, is planning to visit New York. She has told her friends that she would like to meet a man who is as comfortable in a dinner jacket as in a leather jacket and as happy at a formal function as a rock concert. There are plenty of local ladies looking for the same thing who will be unhappy to tell her she is shopping in the wrong place.
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