It’s always sad when supposedly attractive, infinitely eligible adfolk
have to resort to desperate measures to secure the attentions of the
The Ammirati Puris Lintas creative, Antony Woodward, for example, is by
all accounts a lovely bloke, easily capable of netting some female
lovely with whom to share special moments.
But there he is, in the latest issue of Tatler, listed under W in the
magazine’s most eligible singles feature, the Tatler Little Black Book.
‘Antony. 30s. A tall, green-eyed lothario,’ it reads, ‘who is always in
demand at the grandest country house parties.’
Tatler claims it was ‘astonished by the number of self-nominations’ for
its second annual round-up of the 200 most datable people.
So, go on, Tone, tell us - you entered yourself, didn’t you, eh?
‘Absolutely. I dictated my entry over the phone,’ he confessed.
But who, then, is ‘Emma’, the girl who shares your flat, the female who
shares your answerphone message, we quizzed.
‘Well, yeah, she’s my girlfriend,’ he admitted. ‘She’s a lucky girl.’
Seems like it’s true what they say about Lintas creatives.