Heathman: Jude and Sienna’s Highgate home, Helena Bonham-Carter says “Yes to AV” and Ronson’s Killah drama

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JUDE’S LAW: NEW HOUSE NO SUBSTITUTE FOR A NEW WIFE

Buying a stunning �8million Georgian property on one of the poshest roads in Highgate might seem like the dream start to the new year, but for Jude Law and Sienna Miller it has turned into a nightmare.

Just weeks after the pair signed on the dotted line for the house and two months after Jude Law proposed on Christmas Day, they have called time on their engagement.

Mr Law and Ms Miller, who met on the 2004 remake of Alfie, reunited in 2009. It is unclear which of the pair will get their hands on the new house, just a few doors down from Kate Moss’s new mansion, but whoever moves in should be wary of bumping into Ms Moss whose huge new diamond from fianc� Jamie Hince will just add salt to the wound of their failed romance.


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CELEBRITY ROYALS SAY ‘YES’ TO VOTE CHANGE

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Celebrity of the moment Helena Bonham Carter (right) has joined the supporters of a ‘yes’ vote in the AV referendum in May.

Within hours of The King’s Speech co-star Colin Firth joining the campaign, the Belsize Park resident also said yes to AV.

She said: “Good luck to the Yes campaign. I will be voting ‘yes’ to AV in the referendum.”

Firth said: “The referendum is a once in a generation opportunity to change our clapped-out politics for good. I’ll be voting ‘yes’.”

The Yes to Fairer Votes campaign has also unveiled its new vice chairs, including Eddie Izzard, Martin Bell and Greg Dyke. See www.yestofairervotes.org.uk for more details.

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DJ RONSON’S KILLAH DRAMA

Celebrity DJ and it-boy Mark Ronson was forced to break up a fight at his own party this week when a guest decided to have a go at the bouncers at Camden’s Proud Galleries. Attending the party – which didn’t start until 11.30pm – was an eclectic mix of Boy George, who didn’t have far to travel from his Hampstead home, Corinne Bailey Rae and Anthony Rossomando from The Libertines.

Despite the famous names in attendance it was Ghostface Killah of the Wu Tang Clan who caused the real drama on the night. According to a manger at the venue Ghostface Killah was “looking for trouble with security staff, squaring up unprovoked.”

Ronson however stepped in to quickly diffuse the situation, calming down the rapper and ushering Ghostface Killah to join him on the decks instead.

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