Zilli beach bums When Aldo Zilli announced that he was opening his first restaurant outside London, in Brighton, he hoped that it would provide the chance to escape the crime of the capital. "l staged a beach party for the opening night of my fish restaurant, but woke up the next day to find burglars had struck at my new beach hut and taken everything," he told Mandrake at an Alfa Romeo "cook-off" between him and Theo Randall, in Fulham.
His monumental statue of her is in the Palace of Westminster.
During a bulletin from Battersea Park, the 54-year-old quipped that Dan, 39, was so ancient that he had watched the first-ever football match played following modern rules back in 19th century.
She told viewers: “Did you know that the first football match played with the modern-day rules was played here way back in 1864, that’s not bad going.
” “I thought it was cruel and heartless and I’m deeply hurt,” Dan said with a laugh.“What? ”Later on, when Carol gave another forecast, she refrained from making anymore jokes about Dan, leading him to tell the audience that she was finally “behaving herself”.
It comes after Carol and business journalist Steph Mc Govern appeared to bury the hatchet earlier this year.There appeared to be something of a love-in between the weather girl and the business journalist on this morning’s show after newcomer Dan Walker prompted them to bury the hatchet.