Here’s our latest celebrity news from Oxfordshire…
David and Victoria Beckham’s oldest son Brooklyn is set to tie the knot soon – with April 9 rumoured to be the big day.
However, it appears photographer Brooklyn, 23, and fiancee Nicola Peltz, 27, will not be opting for a Cotswolds wedding – despite his parents owning a converted barn in Great Tew.
READ AGAIN: Will Brooklyn Beckham choose a Cotswolds wedding?
Instead, the ceremony is apparently being held on Nicola’s billionaire father Nelson’s 27-bedroom estate in Florida.
Brooklyn, younger brothers Romeo and Cruz and little sister Harper have all featured in their parents’ social media posts at the Grade II-listed home estimated to be worth £6.15million with a newly created lake near Soho Farmhouse.
This week fans suggested actor Emma Watson appeared to take a dig at author JK Rowling at Sunday night’s Bafta ceremony.
READ AGAIN: Oxford-educated Emma Watson makes dig at JK Rowling in awards speech
Ms Rowling has become a controversial figure over her comments on gender identity.
First the host Pitch Perfect actor Rebel Wilson – who has lost a large amount of weight – addressed the fact that she is “looking different” and that she has had a “transformation”, quipping: “I hope JK Rowling still approves.”
Later she introduced the Harry Potter star, saying: “Here to present the next award is Emma Watson. She calls herself a feminist, but we all know she’s a witch.”
Ms Watson then emphasised: “I’m here for all the witches!”
One viewer posted on Twitter: “Emma Watson destroying JK.”
Another posted: “Live for Emma Watson throwing subtle shade at JK Rowling at the #BAFTAs #LGBWithTheT #JKDoesntSpeakForMe.”
Fans of Netflix’s smash hit Bridgerton will know Jonathan Bailey as the man behind the dashing and somewhat scandalous Viscount Anthony Bridgerton.
The Regency romance is set to return to our screens very soon with the focus shifting to the eldest Bridgerton brother and some exciting new faces.
READ ALSO: Jonathan Bailey: meet Netflix’s Bridgerton star from Wallingford
However, you might also recognise the Wallingford actor from other major shows and productions over the years.
Broadcaster-turned-farmer Jeremy Clarkson turned up in Oxford City Centre protesting with farmers against Oxfordshire County Council’s plan to serve only vegan menus at its meetings and in schools.
Our crime and courts reporter Tom Seaward grabbed an interview with the man:
WATCH: Jeremy Clarkson is in Oxford today protesting with farmers against vegan menus