What is Britt Ekland up to these days? Britt has switched from the large to the small screen. She may now be seen on high-profile reality series. Britt was on I'm A Celebrity in 2010, when she was voted off. Before that, she had a role on the Swedish version of The Apprentice as one of the judges.
Britt began her career as an actress in Sweden and later in Italy. In 1992, she came to attention with her role as Lisbeth Salander in the film adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Since then, she has appeared in many other films and television shows including World's Greatest Dad and Breaking In.
Britt also enjoys fashion modeling. She was named one of GQ's "Top 50 Hot Women in World Sport".
In 2007, Britt married Marco Bonomo. They have two children together: a son named Lias and a daughter named Alaia. The family lives in Milan, Italy.
After ending her marriage to Marco in 2011, Britt started dating Italian photographer Giampaolo Pallaoro. They broke up in 2012 but are still friends. That same year, she began dating French actor Vincent Cassel. They met while filming Black God in 2013 and began dating shortly thereafter. They have one son together named Levien who was born in 2014.
Entertainment Keltie Knight, Tonight's reporter and presenter of the pop-culture podcast LadyGang, is selling her Los Angeles, California home for over $1.7 million. In 2021, the entertainment and fashion queen will leave her Hollywood Hills house with immaculate interior design behind. She is moving to a new city where she hopes to start fresh and find success in her next career chapter.
Knight was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. When she was only 9 years old, she started writing articles for her local newspaper. At age 12, she became one of the youngest people ever hired by MTV as a video jockey. At 15, she got her own show on BET called Access Granted. Three years later, she joined the award-winning news program The Daily Show as a correspondent. In 2014, Knight decided to quit reporting to pursue a singing career. She signed with Sony Music and released two albums before deciding to move forward with her career as an entertainer/presenter.
In 2016, Knight co-founded LadyGang, a podcast focused on celebrities and their personal lives. The series talks about everything from politics to religion and has attracted more than 5 million downloads since its release. In 2019, Knight was named one of Vogue's "Influencers Who Are Changing the Face of Fashion" and Harper's Bazaar's "Women Who Transform Style."
Woodall, Trinny She began appearing as a fashion consultant on ITV's This Morning in the UK in 2016, and she maintains a large presence on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram, where she gives advice, reviews, and style inspiration. She also has her own make-up line, Trinny London, which she founded with the support of Saatchi. In 2014, she launched a food blog, titled Trinny & Chris'.
Trinny Woodall was born on January 4th, 1972 in Epsom, Surrey. She is an English fashion journalist and television personality who currently works with This Morning on Radio 2 as their new fashion correspondent. She has been described as "the most famous woman in Britain without making any effort to be so".
She started her career in 1997 when she became the fashion editor of The Sunday Times magazine. In 2001, she moved to the BBC, where she continues to write about style. Her popular blog, Trinny & Chris', was launched in 2005. In 2007, she and her husband Chris Woodhead co-founded the fashion label Trinny & Chris', which sells women's clothing and accessories in the United Kingdom.
She has been married to photographer Chris Woodhead since 2000. They have two children together, a daughter named Lila and a son named Charlie.
In 2012, Woodall appeared in a campaign for British brand Burberry. She has also done campaigns for Versace, Mulberry, and Stella McCartney.
Mae-Britt Ekland was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 67 in January 1984. She passed away in May of 1995. She was unable to chew or swallow in the last few weeks of her life, and the physicians indicated to Britt and her brothers that feeding her through a tube would just prolong her pain. She had lost most of her teeth due to lack of care and most of them were removed when she was put into an artificial coma after the car accident that killed her daughter.
After the death of her daughter, Britt's business interests began to be managed by her publicist Linda Vogel. In 1996, Linda hired me to help her get some of Britt's money that Britt had designated for charity. We were able to recover about $750,000 for Linda's clients out of the $1 million plus that Britt had left behind.
Since then, I have been asked by people around the world if they can get money too. So here is my response: Yes, Britt Eklund did have dementia and yet she managed to leave a very clear will. Under the terms of that will, anyone who wants to can file lawsuits against the charities that Britt wanted to receive her money. If you are interested in doing this, please send me a letter indicating what organizations you want to sue and I will see that you are given proper advice.
It's important to remember that Mae-Britt Ekland was not a rich woman.