Kate Moss

Now you can drink bubbly from Kate's left breast, thanks to sculptor Jane McAdam Freud, who has modelled a champagne glass on the supermodel's 'beautiful curvy shape'. The 34 Restaurant in Mayfair gets first try of the glasses, followed by The Ivy, Daphne's and Scott's.

Maisie Williams

The actress who plays Arya Stark in Game of Thrones has voiced the Board Family statue in Broadgate, part of the Talking Statues scheme. All you need is a smart phone to hear actors' voices tell the story of many of London's statues.

Kate Moss

Croydon's own supermodel, pulling in $7M a year, is the third highest paid catwalker in the world, even as she passes the 40-year-old barrier. Other Londoners in the top ten, according to Forbes, are Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne, at fifth and sixth.

Free Bikes

To celebrate the four-year birthday of London's bike hire scheme, they're giving away 24-hours' free access to the blue wonders this weekend.

Tony Abbott

The Australian PM is in town to argue that more of his compatriots should be allowed into the UK. EU rules have seen a drop in Oz immigration and now Abbott has Boris Johnson onside, the London Mayor calling the rules 'discriminatory'.

Lucky Tube Baby

A child in a buggy was recused by its mother after being blown onto the tracks at Goodge St underground station. Fulls marks to mum, but that wasn't what they meant by Test Tube Baby. Video of the extraordinary incident here.

Robbie Williams

The Take That star hasn't yet bothered to stay at the £1.75 million home in Holland Park he bought off Michael Winner last year. The 46-room house 'has a staff in place, but Robbie has opted for hotels when he's been in London,' said a source.

Martin Johnson

The former England rugby captain was at the ExCel yesterday to open the RideLondon Cycling Show. RideLondon proper, complete with a car-free central London, takes place over the weekend. Other stars set to join in include Chis Boardman and TOWIE's Lydia Bright.


Like in the TV soap, they're the unhappiest people in Britain, according to a new survey, in which London areas filled out the top ten most miserable places to live, with Ilford and Croydon runners-up in the sad stakes.

Dave Grohl

'Can't wait to do our thing for you,' said Grohl on the news that he's bringing the Foo Fighters to London to play the Invictus Games' closing concert at the Olympic Park on 14 September. You get your tickets here.

Transdermal Tag

That's the official name for new anklets that can tell if you've been on the booze. Starting with 150 people convicted of alcohol-related crimes, the tags going on trial in Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Sutton.

Bradley Cooper

Pictures emerge of the meaty actor flipping burgers in the Leicester Square branch of Burger King. Not a permanent job, sadly - he was shooting scenes for his next movie Adam Jones, which is about a chef.

George Michael

After all these years (28 of them), all it took was a meal with Andrew Ridgely and he's ready to reunite Wham! 'He came round and cooked,' said Michael. 'We were talking about a Wham! reunion at Glastonbury'.


Boris Johnson has pledged that by 2020 London will have 5G technology, putting us among the first in the world to get the upgrade, which allows whole movies to be downloaded in seconds. 'We need to ensure every Londoner is able to access the very best digital connectivity,' said the Mayor.

Electric Super Ants

Thousands of weird ants have turned up in Hendon, where they are chewing electric cables, ready for a move on the rest of London. 'They get attracted to electricity and take up residence in plug sockets and power sources, creating a fire hazard,' said one wildlife expert.'They are pretty tough little creatures.'