Perhaps because the country still possesses a monarchy (at least in a ceremonial sense), the British certainly do know how to treat a princess.
Alana Hearne, a well-known Australian model who is signed with Hughes in London, has just informed us that last Friday, she appeared on a British daily TV program called This Morning
(which is the British equivalent of shows like Good Morning America
in the U.S.), with . . . Charlotte Coyle.
"I had the pleasure of shooting a national TV show with none other than the gorgeous Miss Charlotte Coyle. They interviewed her about her success in New York and asked her what she thought of the market over here and she gave them what for, told them the market is a lot bigger in New York and it's a lot easier for her to get work there. She is an absolute delight to work with and to talk to."
There is a page about Charlotte at the Web site of the British network which produces this program, but because the page was created in advance of the broadcast, it doesn't offer a transcript of the interview, or video stills. The content is virtually identical to the recent Daily Mirror
profile about Charlotte.
It's such a thrill to learn that Miss Coyle is attracting so much attention in the U.K. (Rumours of a romance with Prince William have not been confirmed.) We eagerly hope that she helps England rediscover the true nature of feminine beauty, as it was once described with so much admiration (and apprehension) by the nation's greatest writers, including Byron, Bronte, and Dickens.
One of Charlotte's most beloved Torrid images, the "Victory of Curves":
- Charlotte's page at itv-thismorning.co.uk