Ruby's) looking all scruffy and rained on, and asked a scruffy looking geezer in a beanie hat whether he'd been served. Then I realised it was Rupert Friend and that Keira Knightley was standing next to him. He kind've squeaked, 'Yes' and so I had to push past them both to order my lunch. (Broad bean soup. It was lovely. Although it was kind of embarrassing hanging around waiting for my order with Keira Knightley and Rupert Friend and pretending not to recognise them.)
I've got a bit of a crush on Rupert Friend, y'see, ever since seeing The Young Victoria. Have you seen it? It has been nominated for three Oscars this year (Costume Design, Art Direction and Makeup). I saw it on a plane and liked it so much I immediately bought it and sent it to my Mum. I don't normally like period dramas but Emily Blunt was so luminous as Victoria and Mr Friend actually quite hot as Prince Albert: I rewound the scene where he marches into the palace with his hounds to save her from her evil courtiers about three times.
(Did I just admit that in public? I was on a plane. I was bored, OK?)