SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Pippa Middleton takes baby Arthur swimming to make sure he sleeps well and gets enough exercise

More top tips from the Duchess of Cambridge‘s sister Pippa Middleton — this time about child rearing.

‘Starting my son Arthur swimming at four months old has given him confidence and enjoyment in water,’ says Pippa, pictured strolling with her baby.

‘He’s now six months old, and swimming is one of our favourite activities. The exercise helps guarantee sound daytime sleeps, and the movement has improved his digestion… Water activity is a great form of exercise you can do with your baby.’ Who would have thought it?

Pippa Middleton has been handing out handy tips on child rearing, revealing her son Arthur is a real water baby


Pippa Middleton has been handing out handy tips on child rearing, revealing her son Arthur is a real water baby

Guess who this is, posing like a Bond girl…

Ella Loudon, daughter of 007 actor Daniel Craig, poses like a real Bond girl

Ella Loudon, daughter of 007 actor Daniel Craig, poses like a real Bond girl

Is she auditioning for the role of a new Bond girl when her dad, Daniel Craig, steps down?

Ella Loudon, Craig’s daughter by his first marriage to Scottish actress Fiona Loudon, whom he divorced after two years, has taken to posting snaps of herself in bikini wear.

The 26-year-old, pictured on holiday, is intent on following in her parents’ professional footsteps. Ella, now based in the U.S., recently starred in the film Trauma Is A Time Machine.

‘I really just want to be respected as a quality actress and do really good quality work,’ says Ella, who was one of just four people present when her father married Rachel Weisz in 2011.

Roman Abramovich is reportedly thinking of selling Chelsea FC for £2.5 billion, which may explain why the club’s chairman, hotshot U.S. lawyer Bruce Buck, was momentarily distracted this week.

‘He came in from Heathrow by taxi with his wife and was dropped off at his home in Chelsea,’ explains a Londoner who hailed the same taxi later that morning. 

The cabbie’s next passenger noticed Buck had left his Chelsea FC credit card in the payment machine. Luckily for Buck, 73, the cabbie was a Chelsea fan and drove the three miles back to the Bucks’ residence.

‘Mrs Buck said: ‘Thank you, we were so worried’ — and then shuts the door in his face. It’s awful. He came all the way back to Chelsea on a working day and yet they can’t give him 20 quid.’

A Chelsea spokesman says: ‘Mr Buck wasn’t in when the taxi driver dropped off his card, but he was very grateful to the driver.’

Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s larger-than-life special adviser Jamie Njoku-Goodwin, often seen tinkling the ivories in Players bar in Villiers Street in Westminster in the small hours, is also a keen chess player. 

Staff at Luton Airport were amused when his chess set — essential for a three-night Easter sunshine break in Spain — set off the security scanner.Brushing up on chess strategy might be a good move for Jamie as his boss eyes No. 10.



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