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Florence Pugh slays Don’t Worry Darling red carpet with her grandma Pat at Venice Film Festival
posing for photographs on her own at the ceremony, Florence walked hand in hand with Pat, who looked delighted by the fanfare.Pat, who was dressed in a white suit with a pink floral silk scarf, had a huge grin over her face for the duration of the red carpet walk and could be seen eagerly waving at the cameras.Meanwhile, Florence wore a black dress complete with sparkling sequins and the black heels adorned with feather detailing.Last month, Florence described her grandma as ‘a bit of an adrenaline junkie,’ as she took appeared on Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge.The actress went on to reveal that she used to go climbing with her grandmother, and that she is still very fond of the great outdoors, aged 85.‘We’d go climbing, and she still goes now. ‘She goes climbing with her friends, and she’s very jealous that I’m here right now.’Don’t Worry Darling has hit headlines in recent days after claims of behind-the-scenes drama, with intense speculation of ‘clashes’ involving director Olivia and lead star Florence.While Florence, who has been filming Dune 2 in Budapest, skipped one of the film’s press conferences earlier today, Olivia attempted to dispel rumours of a feud.‘Florence is a force; we are so grateful she is able to make it tonight [to the premiere] despite being in production,’ she said.‘As for all the endless tabloid gossip and noise out there, the internet feeds itself.
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Dom Joly beat 'divorce tour' myth with wife Stacey on family holiday - but 'got shot at' asked Dom in the 2018 about his most memorable holiday.He replied: "Recently I took my wife and kids on a road trip to Istanbul and back."Everybody said it would be a divorce tour, but we actually had a blast."We got shot at by a policeman in Serbia and left our passports behind in a hotel safe in Budapest but otherwise it all went rather well."We do a family road trip every Easter - I think it's good for the soul."Dom joins James Martin on his Saturday Morning show today, not for the first time.The comedian made an appearance in February and used the opportunity to hit back at the chef in a back and forth tease.James asked: "Tell us about growing up in Lebanon."Dom began: "Well, I think growing up in Lebanon kind of explains a lot of why I do a lot of confusing things, because it's a confusing place."So I grew up there because my parents lived there, obviously, but it was an English family, and we'd been there for two generations for reasons that are way too complicated to explain."And when I was a tiny kid, Lebanon was pretty much the perfect place in the world, it was called 'Switzerland of the Middle East'."It was like living in the South of France, pine trees, Beirut was amazing, food is incredible, skiing an hour away, beach an hour away."Then, just as I got to an age where I was going to enjoy it, the whole place just exploded, civil war, and so I grew up in a really weird kind of schizophrenic life."Half of my school holidays, I was in a civil war, and then I'd be at a boarding school in England for school, and both were equally weird," he explained.James interrupted and asked: "Isn't it right that you went to school with Bin Laden?"Teasing James, he said: "Well, you're ruining my best story in my