EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: We’ll shock you! Queen star Brian May has applied for a trademark for his OWN NAME

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Feel like getting in between the sheets with Queen guitarist Brian May?

I hear he has applied to the Intellectual Property Office to register his name as a trademark for a wide variety of possible uses, including comforters, footwear, jewelry, travel bags, guitars and amplifiers.

May, 75, was knighted in the New Year Honours, so maybe he should update his application to ‘Sir Brian May’.

Feel like getting in between the sheets with Queen guitarist Brian May?

May (pictured with wife Anita Dobson) has applied to the Intellectual Property Office to register his name as a trademark

May (pictured with wife Anita Dobson) has applied to the Intellectual Property Office to register his name as a trademark

It would cover a wide range of possible uses, including duvets, footwear, jewellery, travel bags, guitars and amplifiers

It would cover a wide range of possible uses, including duvets, footwear, jewellery, travel bags, guitars and amplifiers

Heston breaks up with “wife” who says they never married

Separated: Stephanie Gouveia and Heston Blumenthal

Separated: Stephanie Gouveia and Heston Blumenthal

Famous for making unexpected treats like snail porridge and egg-and-bacon ice cream for guests at his famous restaurants, Heston Blumenthal continues to serve up surprises in his personal life.

I can reveal that the TV chef, 56, has split with Stephanie Gouveia, the mother of his youngest child.

And friends of the French broker say she never legally married Blumenthal, who is 21 years her senior, even though his spokesperson is said to have said they exchanged vows in 2018. their friends tell me. “Despite all the reports at the time, they never married.”

A spokeswoman for the Michelin-starred chef said in 2018: ‘Heston and Stephanie are delighted to announce they are married. They spent some quality time together and decided to seize the moment.”

The couple were on holiday in the Maldives and, according to a newspaper report, “decided to make things official during an impromptu beach ceremony.” Now, however, a spokesperson for Stephanie tells me, “The marriage must be recognized by the judicial authorities. This wasn’t it. What happened does not constitute marriage in a legally binding sense.”

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The Indian Ocean state is not the only country where marriage can be complicated for foreigners. Jerry Hall believed she and Sir Mick Jagger had married in Bali, but when she began divorce proceedings, the Rolling Stones singer said the ceremony had not been official. The Supreme Court in the UK agreed and declared it null and void.

Blumenthal and his wife, Zanna, the mother of his first three children, divorced in 2016. He had an affair with American cookery writer Suzanne Pirret, who has said her favorite things are “food and sex.”

Angelina Jolie’s charity is shutting down

Angelina Jolie pictured with Brad Pitt and Lady Helic (Arminka Helic)

Angelina Jolie pictured with Brad Pitt and Lady Helic (Arminka Helic)

Angelina Jolie worked so closely with the two political advisers she met while working at the United Nations with former Conservative leader William Hague that they founded a charity together to tackle issues such as violence against women.

However, I can reveal that the Jolie Dalton Helic Foundation formally closed yesterday. The Hollywood star had made a huge financial investment in the charity, which she founded with Baroness (Arminka) Helic (pictured with Jolie and Brad Pitt) and Chloe Dalton.

According to the records, Jolie has invested £1.7 million since it was founded in 2015. But it now has reserves of just £52,947 and owes £1,524 to creditors.

Apple gets a VIP seat in the front row

Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter, Apple Martin, made it to the front row of Chanel’s haute couture show at Paris Fashion Week this week, 14 years after the label’s celebrated creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, declared that one day she would be a “Chanel- girl’ would be. .

Gwynnie’s 18-year-old daughter with her ex-husband, Coldplay singer Chris Martin, wore one of the French fashion house’s signature monochromatic tweed dresses and a matching jacket. The student rubbed a front row seat with Dame Anna Wintour, Bohemian Rhapsody star Lucy Boynton and Elvis director Baz Luhrmann.

Radio 4 presenter Ed Stourton, who suffers from incurable prostate cancer, has spoken of his grief at being unable to receive Holy Communion as he has been married twice.

The Roman Catholic rules on divorce have made him question his faith. “Apart from the sadness of the line, it was probably helpful to wake up,” he says.

In an interview with The Tablet newspaper, he adds about receiving communion: ‘I’ll be honest, if a priest is happy, I’ll take it. I usually sit in the back when everyone goes upstairs though.

“It’s something big.”

As Siefried Farnon in the hit Channel 5 drama All Creatures Great And Small, Samuel West is a much-loved vet. In real life, he tends to his own wounds. “After breaking my Achilles tendon and then having knee surgery on an old swordsmanship injury (honestly), I’m spending more of my 57th year jumping than I expected,” laments the son of actors Timothy West and Prunella Scales.

The generous gifts of the Snowman

Raymond Briggs brought joy to millions with his children’s stories such as The Snowman and Fungus The Bogeyman.

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And he will bring joy to many more from beyond the grave. I can reveal that Briggs, who died last summer aged 88, left a total of £6 million in his will.

Recently declassified probate documents reveal that his Sussex home was bequeathed to his two children, but the rest of his fortune will go to charity. Three charities are expected.

He asked to be buried in East Chiltington churchyard, East Sussex, with a quote from his granddaughter on the headstone: ‘Raymond is not a normal person.’

I’m so boring, Paxo admits

Former TSTIME newscast Rottweiler Jeremy Paxman has never been dull, but he insists he’s now a member of Britain’s Dull Men’s Club. “There are so many useful tests to find out if you’re boring… the Speaking Clock is ringing, you like macaroni cheese, and you’re watching the tide come in and go out,” he says. “I plead guilty to everyone.”

Paxo, who will step down as host of University Challenge in the fall, takes issue with Saga magazine to those who call a daytime nap boring: “Name me one person who doesn’t like a decent chicken during the day and I’ll show you a barbarian.”

Major General Alastair Bruce, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, the historical adviser to ITV’s Downton Abbey, mourns his colorful cousin, Lady Martha Bruce, who has passed away at the age of 101. A friend of the royals, the daughter of the 14th Earl of Kincardine commanded anti-aircraft guns in World War II before serving as a prison governor. “What a life,” Bruce tells me. “She took her anti-aircraft battery to Italy. Her strength lay beneath her courtesy.’

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