TALK OF THE TOWN: Friends actress Courteney Cox serves pasta

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TALK OF THE TOWN: Friends actress Courteney Cox serves pasta with pals Alan Carr and John Bishop at Somerset Restaurant










I took a double shot when I spotted one of Hollywood’s most famous faces working in a Somerset kitchen for a New Years Eve party … in July!

Friends actress Courteney Cox, along with friends like Alan Carr and John Bishop, served pasta at Babington House, part of the Soho House empire.

I’m sure they are nice, but hardly any superstars I would mix Courteney with …

Friends actress Courteney Cox served pasta with friends like Alan Carr and John Bishop at Babington House, part of the Soho House empire

I'm sure they're nice, but hardly any superstars I would mix Courteney with¿ Pictured: Babington House, Somerset

I’m sure they’re nice, but hardly any Superstars I would mix Courteney with … Pictured: Babington House, Somerset

I hope George Osborne and Thea Rogers are all right as she prepares for the birth of her first child.

I’m only asking because Paul Staines, founder of Guido Fawkes’ political website, said on The Spectator podcast last week that George is “going through a very difficult period” with his fiancée.

Podcast host Fraser Nelson may have distracted the conversation from the topic, but the comment was not cut out.

The former chancellor is aware of the claim, but apparently has not done anything about it. Meanwhile, Thea has relaxed in her Somerset home.

Hope George Osborne and Thea Rogers (seen together in 2013) are all right as she prepares for the birth of her first child

Hope George Osborne and Thea Rogers (seen together in 2013) are all right as she prepares for the birth of her first child

At least “Nine Jobs” George passes his work ethic on to son Luke, who has become a club promoter in the Cornish resort of Newquay.

The 20-year-old student is director of the events company The Constitution and is promoting a £ 9 per ticket drum and bass event at Bertie’s this month, billed as an “immersive, genre-fluid experience”.

Perhaps Luke was inspired after visiting the Ibiza super club Pacha with his father – famous for its spacious toilets.

Celebs spitting nonsense

Is Georgia Jagger aware of the homelessness crisis in our capital? Apparently not.

“London is so different from New York,” says Sir Mick Jagger’s supermodel daughter about the problem in the Big Apple: “The people in the West Village are so numb … I saw this homeless person the other night and couldn’t sleep all night.

“I went and gave him some cash. You don’t see things like that where I live in London. ‘

Georgia, 29, doesn’t often travel far from the leafy suburb of Richmond, where she grew up.

It’s A Sin writer Russell T. Davies wants a new television ban … for actors who violate the Welsh accent.

Swansea-born Russell says, “I get angry when non-Welsh people are cast as Welsh because that accent is so difficult to make. The trash we had to sit through! I protested and promised people never to do it again. This drives me crazy!’

The screenwriter previously insisted that only gays should play homosexuals.

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