Hollywood royalty mixed with, well, actual royalty on Saturday night. Anne Hathaway, star of The Devil Wears Prada and The Princess Diaries, was spotted at Wild by Tart, the restaurant in Belgravia. It was the site of the evening reception for the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor, the third royal to marry in the last year.
In The Game Of Thrones, you win or you die. And when you’ve won, you can dine.
Sophie Turner, who played Sansa Stark in the programme, was back in London this week and dined at Soho House on Wednesday. She deserved a night out, having survived to the end in the famously lethal long-running series.
She was joined there by Michael Fassbender and Jessica Chastain, her co-stars in new film Dark Phoenix.
Taron Egerton is somehow still standing after a punishing publicity trail for Rocketman, the new Elton John biopic. Fresh from Cannes, he attended the London premiere on Tuesday night, and then headed to Quaglino’s in St James’s where he and co-star Richard Madden — of Bodyguard fame — managed to let their hair down. Elizabeth Hurley was also there.
A few blocks north, Olympic medal-winning cyclist Victoria Pendleton dined at 34 Mayfair. The restaurant hosted a tenth anniversary dinner for Trekstok, a cancer charity.
A night later, Princess Eugenie — who celebrated her wedding last year — was also in Mayfair. She dined at George, the Mount Street restaurant replete with David Hockney artwork.
Nothing nicer than an al fresco lunch in the sun. On Wednesday, model Lily Donaldson and Suki Waterhouse — model, actress, and fashion entrepreneur — were spotted enjoying arancini and a glass of wine together at Cecconi’s in Mayfair.
Speaking of al fresco, Scott’s, also in Mayfair, has launched its summer terrace in time for the season. Last year saw Victoria Beckham design the space, and this year shoe designer Christian Louboutin lent his eye to the undertaking. It was launched on Wednesday with a lunch attended by Emma Weymouth, Lady of Longleat, and Sabrina Elba, who married Idris Elba last month.