Henry Sands, the dashing and good-looking elder son of famous parents – his father Julian is a Hollywood actor and is mother Sarah Sands is a big-wig on the Daily Mail – is making a name for himself as a “babe about town”.
In the current issue of the Tatler magazine, he’s featured on the inside back page at some London hotspot.
Apparently, young Sands, who left Edinburgh University last year, is a budding writer. “I’ve started my first novel already,” he tells me in between nightclub hopping, “and although Tatler wants me to write the occasional piece for it, I’d like to get more in The Spectator, which has already taken two of my pieces.”
Let the fight begin, I say.