Who best to spruik a gluten-free wrap than the wife of the future Earl of Sandwich.
If ever there was a true Gentleman's Estate, it would have to be the magnificent, sprawling home of the late James Fairfax, who departed this mortal coil in January but left one of the most extraordinary gifts to the people of Australia one could imagine: Bowral's gob-smackingly beautiful Retford Park.
Photographers continue to make a motza from prized images of Princess Diana as the 20th anniversary of her death nears.
The publicist who organised a meeting at Trump Tower with Donald Trump jnr and a Russian lawyer offering "dirt" on Hillary Clinton was a Sydney player in the 1980s.
In the years before we had to endure Instagram selfies from the Amalfi Coast, mid-winter was one of the hottest times on the Sydney social calendar.
While Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull swallowed his republican pride to meet Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace this week, it would be doubtful he could have missed the fabulous sparkling brooch Her Maj wore to mark the occasion: a diamond encrusted jewel in the form of a spray of wattle.
Channel Nine has high hopes for its new Karl Stefanovic vehicle, This Time Next Year, which has been in the pipeline for more than a year now.
Former party boy Dan Single and his international model wife Bambi Northwood-Blyth remain married, and media speculation the pair's relationship has hit the rocks is "crap", according to those closest to the situation.
For the second time in three months, the Sydney publicist's new multimillion-dollar offices have been vandalised.
Over his 37-year career as one of Sydney's leading obstetricians and gynaecologists, Dr Keith Hartman has delivered more than 10,000 babies, including some of the most famous and wealthiest bubs in the land.
Miranda Kerr's silence on her "romance" with Malaysian billionaire Jho Low has been deafening but PS has unearthed a few more details about the unlikely connection.
While James Packer may have been photo averse, some of his crew are not quite so camera shy.
Was it Delta Goodrem behind the chiffon curtains of Seal's Bondi Beach abode?
IN THE BEST CIRCLES
With its gleaming new apartment towers, "hatted" restaurants, designer cafes and designer poodles, one would be hard pushed to find remnants of the Kings Cross of yore.
Long before female chief executives were common place among Australia's corporate giants or we had a female prime minister, the most powerful woman in this country was arguably the one at the helm of the most trusted magazine in the land: The Australian Women's Weekly.
OK! editor Nicole Byers has been named the new woman at the helm of The Australian Women's Weekly.
It is not clear which is more extraordinary: that Miranda Kerr managed to date a Malaysian moneybags for nearly a year without being detected or that for the four years since then, she hung on to nearly $11 million worth of precious jewels she was apparently gifted from him?
Last week's census results illustrated just how ethnically diverse Australia has become, with one in two of us either being born overseas or having a parent who was.
The bonhomie wrapped around Rebel Wilson when she emerged victorious in her legal battle with those naughty women's magazines has been truly something to behold.