Leveson Inquiry: Charlotte Church’s 15-Year-Old Breasts And Chris Jefferies Hair
AT the Leveson Inquiry into media standards, Charlotte Church and Chris Jefferies have been giv ing evidence. Jefferies was given the Full Murat over the murder of Joanna Yeates. He hired Robert Murat’s lawyer and sued The Sun, the Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror, the Scotsman, the Daily Record and the Sunday Mirror. But not the Telegraph, which was surprising.
He speaks well. But the Guardian does not tell us what he is wearing. This is odd because in its live blog the paper reveals:
Charlotte Church is now taking the stand. Wearing a black suit and top, she looks composed.
The paper that’s not a tabloid falls down on not mentioning Church’s hair. With celebs it is all about the hair.
They will follow me wherever I go, taking my children to nursery even though I’ve asked expressly for them not to take photographed. It’s everywhere. There’s a shadow network, concierges; restaurants; the airlines; I haven’t been on a holiday since I was 16 where I haven’t been found and photographed. Much of that was bought information.
But we’re interested in her movements, aren’t we? The joys of spotting a celeb cannot be underrated. Of course, the press did abuse her, reporting on her pregnancy before she had a chance to tell her mum. But wasn’t the worst if produce in the Daily Star, which invited reader to ogle the then 15-year-old chest..? (Click the image to make ‘em grow)
Picture spotter: Chilled Cream