Elizabeth Hurley spills the beans on her former lovers and Spectator editor Boris Johnson reveals a few Commons secrets in the new issue of GQ, writes Ruth Addicott.
The May issue, out on 3 April, celebrates 15 years of GQ and features some of Hurley's most revealing photographs. "These are upmarket luscious pictures; very sexy," said GQ editor Dylan Jones.
Hurley airs her views on the media and her previous lovers, who include Hugh Grant and Stephen Bing, the father of her son Damian. Johnson talks about the Government, his career ambitions and being an MP.
The issue will also feature GQ's biggest-ever fashion spread and the results of its lifestyle survey in which The Times tops The Daily Telegraph as Britain's most stylish newspaper.
The June issue has been re-designed and features the work of new recruits art director Steven Baillie, Paul Henderson, Toby Wiseman, Paul Wilson and Philippa Gordon-Smith.