Tamara Ecclestone has decided to give fans a cheeky sneak peek of her recent Playboy raunchy shoot.
Tweeting on Tuesday evening Tamara Ecclestone, 28, revealed one of the shots showing her pert derriere in a back plunging gown.
As a French maid tried to zip up Tamara Ecclestone’s dress another figure, cut out of shot, is handing her an expensive stiletto – although the Formula 1 heiress is more interested in the camera.
Tamara Ecclestone has decided to give fans a cheeky sneak peek of her recent Playboy raunchy shoot
Tamara Ecclestone, who is engaged to Jay Rutland, has been jet-setting across the globe for the last couple of weeks, before returning to LA looking rather orange, just a few weeks before her Playboy spread is set to hit newstands.
The socialite, who reportedly shot for Playboy magazine a couple of weeks ago in Los Angeles, is set to bare all in a racy vintage-style shoot.
A source told The Daily Mirror: “Tamara is super-proud of her body and is happy to celebrate her curves. She thinks the magazine is vintage and chic and she opted for a cheeky 50s-style shoot.”
“Tamara’s fiancé and family are aware of the project and are fully supportive.”
French actress Eva Ionesco is suing her mother Irina Ionesco for taking pictures of her when she was 11-year-old – and passing them to Playboy.
Eva Ionesco was the youngest ever model in Playboy magazine.
Now her photographer mother Irina Ionesco has been ordered to pay 10,000 euros in damages to Eva for taking the pictures of her in the 1970s, when she was between 4 and 12.
The court in Paris also ordered Irina Ionesco to hand over negatives of the pictures to her daughter Eva Ionesco, who said she had suffered a “stolen childhood” because of the photographs.
However, th court rejected Eva Ionesco’s demand for 200,000 euros ($263,000) in damages and for her mother to be barred from profiting from the photographs.
Irina Ionesco was well-known in the 1970s for her photographs, especially the controversial ones of her daughter, which appeared in a number of publications including European editions of magazines Playboy and Penthouse.
The photographs of Eva Ionesco, now 47, were taken in the 1970s between the ages of 4 and 12 by her photographer mother Irina Ionesco.
Eva Ionesco became the youngest model to appear nude in Playboy when she featured aged 11 in an October 1976 edition.
Her photographs as a child were also published in Penthouse. Her lawyer Jacques-Georges Bitoun told the court that the 1970s “were an era when paedophile networks still had a lot of influence”.
“How can one open the legs of a four year old girl and take a snap?” he said.
“If art is photographing a child in these positions, I understand nothing of art,” he said.
Then he added: “The child is never presented as a child but as a disguised prostitute.”
Irina Ionesco’s lawyer Rene-Jean Ullmann argued that the 1970s were a “more permissive” time and spoke of the actress’s alleged “hatred for her mother”.
Eva Ionesco publicized the bizarre details of her relationship with her mother in her 2011 film My Little Princess, starring Isabelle Huppert.
She made her movie debut at the age of 11 in 1976, playing a child in Roman Polanski’s movie The Tenant. In 1977 her mother lost custody of her children and Eva Ionesco was brought up by the parents of footwear designer Christian Louboutin.
Artist LeRoy Neiman, an official painter of five Olympiads famed for his instant renditions of sporting action, has died in New York aged 91.
One of the world’s most commercially successful contemporary artists, LeRoy Neiman’s colorful paintings were as distinctive as his handlebar moustache.
LeRoy Neiman captured events as diverse as the Super Bowl, the Grand National and the Cannes Film Festival.
Some of his most famous paintings were of the boxer Muhammad Ali.
His publicist Gail Parenteau confirmed his death at a Manhattan hospital but did not disclose the cause.
Artist LeRoy Neiman, an official painter of five Olympiads famed for his instant renditions of sporting action, has died in New York aged 91
LeRoy Neiman – who is survived by his wife Janet Byrne – had continued to paint despite having his right leg amputated in April 2010 following a vascular problem.
“I’ve had a lucky life,” he told the Associated Press in 2008.
“I’ve zeroed in on what you would call action and excellence.
“Everybody who does anything to try to succeed has to give the best of themselves, and art has made me pull the best out of myself.”
In 1972 LeRoy Neiman sketched the world chess championship between Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer in Reykjavik, Iceland, live on television.
He also produced live drawings of the Olympics for television and was the official computer artist of the Super Bowl for US network CBS.
LeRoy Neiman also had a decades-long association with Playboy magazine, which started in 1953 following a chance meeting with Hugh Hefner.
He regularly contributed to the magazine’s Man at His Leisure feature.
In a tweet on Wednesday, Hugh Hefner wrote: “Long time friend & resident Playboy artist LeRoy Neiman has passed away at the age of 91. R.I.P.”