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Britain's Got Talent in hot water after Amanda Holden's picture shows a largely maskless audience


TALK OF THE TOWN: Have Britain’s Got Talent bosses been bending Covid rules while filming for its 15th series? Hosts David Walliams and Amanda Holden shine in latest snap but also reveal a largely maskless audience


Have Britain’s Got Talent bosses been bending Covid rules while filming the new series? 

My spy in the wings at the London Palladium, where shows were being filmed last week, tells me that some people sitting directly behind judges including David Walliams and Amanda Holden did not have to wear facemasks.

‘It seemed pretty obvious they were doing it so there would be no masks in the background of camera shots of the judges,’ I’m told. 

My spy in the wings at the London Palladium, where shows were being filmed last week, tells me that some people sitting directly behind judges including David Walliams and Amanda Holden did not have to wear facemasks

My spy in the wings at the London Palladium, where shows were being filmed last week, tells me that some people sitting directly behind judges including David Walliams and Amanda Holden did not have to wear facemasks

Everyone else – those at the sides, further back and in upper levels of the theatre (pictured) - did have face coverings on

Everyone else – those at the sides, further back and in upper levels of the theatre (pictured) – did have face coverings on

Everyone else – those at the sides, further back and in upper levels of the theatre – did have face coverings on.

 At the time of filming, mask-wearing was compulsory in theatres.

A spokesman for the show’s production company Fremantle cited a loophole that allowed those involved in filming not to wear masks, adding: ‘They are socially distant from each other and the rest of the audience.’

It started as a lockdown romance but I’m sorry to report that I hear things are over already for Alice Eve and multi-millionaire aristocrat Pete Czernin.

The Star Trek actress started seeing the 56-year-old heir to the Howard de Walden barony, whose family owns 92 acres of Central London, last year.

He has two grown-up children with ex-wife Lucinda. 

It started as a lockdown romance but I’m sorry to report that I hear things are over already for Alice Eve and multi-millionaire aristocrat Pete Czernin

It started as a lockdown romance but I’m sorry to report that I hear things are over already for Alice Eve and multi-millionaire aristocrat Pete Czernin

56-year-old film producer Czernin, second from left, is the heir to the Howard de Walden barony, whose family owns 92 acres of Central London

56-year-old film producer Czernin, second from left, is the heir to the Howard de Walden barony, whose family owns 92 acres of Central London

My source tells me: ‘Alice wanted to start a family of her own but Pete did not.’

I revealed the pair were in a relationship last August, with Alice splitting her time between Pete’s home in Oxfordshire and her own in West London.

Nine months after George Osborne popped the question to his former aide Thea Rogers, pals are urging them to set a date for the wedding. 

The unwritten rule in high-society circles is that engaged couples wait no longer than six months before coming up with a plan for the big day. 

Nine months after George Osborne popped the question to his former aide Thea Rogers (pictured together), pals are urging them to set a date for the wedding

Nine months after George Osborne popped the question to his former aide Thea Rogers (pictured together), pals are urging them to set a date for the wedding 

The former Chancellor has won a battle with a neighbour to build a grand extension to his historic £1.6 million mansion in Somerset, pictured above

The former Chancellor has won a battle with a neighbour to build a grand extension to his historic £1.6 million mansion in Somerset, pictured above

But George and Thea appear to be no closer to sending out those all-important invitations. 

Mind you, George has had other things on his mind – the former Chancellor has won a battle with a neighbour to build a grand extension to his historic £1.6 million mansion in Somerset. 

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