ROMEO BECKHAM’S girlfriend of three years, Mia Regan, 19, has returned to London following extensive celebrations of Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz Beckham’s April wedding in Miami. She swapped her budding footballer beau, also 19, for her mother last night at the DKMS Gala, fighting against blood cancer, held in the Roundhouse.
But where is her Romeo? “He’s just chilling. Chilling in Miami,” she told us. Watching the nuptials has not left Regan fixed on getting a ring of her own, though. “It’s my first London summer. I moved in January. It’s great,” she says, of her flat, where she lives without Beckham.
“I live with three room-mates, and three cats. They are friends from Instagram. The most Gen-Z thing possible.” For Wiltshire-raised Regan, it’s all an exciting blur. “I don’t really know where I am half the time, I’m a floater,” she says. We hope she made it back safe.
Green, green games of home?
SADIQ KHAN’S hopes that the Olympics might return to London in 2036 or 2040 have left some scratching their heads. “Everybody wants an Olympics to come back to London,” gold medallist Tom Daley told us recently. “I don’t know if it ever will come back in my lifetime.”
Khan has pitched it as the “greenest games”, reusing infrastructure from 2012. But with Khan’s interest in legalising cannabis, maybe it will be green in more ways than one?
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Stylish soirée for Moschino
FASHION favourites gathered on the Spencer House terrace for a Moschino soirée hosted by designer Jeremy Scott. Iris Law attended with rapper boyfriend, Pa Salieu, as Leomie Anderson, Jourdan Dunn, Munroe Bergdorf and Lancey Foux posed. The 60 guests, counting Oscar winning Ariana DeBose and singer Stefflon Don, sat for dinner before dancing in the mansion’s library.
Boy George popped up for a performance at the Roundhouse for the DKMS Gala, and actor Ioan Gruffudd made his first public appearance with new girlfriend Bianca Wallace at East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf.