Heather Mills sends 8-page list of food rules to hotel


To say that Heather Mills doesn’t know the meaning of graciousness would be quite the understatement. But clearly the vindictive woman (with a mouth that looks like a cow chewing its cud) has decided that she’s going to make every second of ex Paul McCartney’s life as miserable as she possibly can, even if she has to use their daughter to do it. As long as Heather’s making people miserable she’s happy, and that’s all that really matters. Heather’s been forced to let Sir Paul take daughter Beatrice, 4, on vacation next week to a lovely hotel in Morocco. But of course she couldn’t let a nice time just be a nice time.

Fussy Heather Mills has issued an amazing list of dietary demands for daughter Bea while she is on holiday with Sir Paul McCartney. She has faxed the five-star La Gazelle d’Or hotel in Morocco – where Macca plans to take the four-year-old next week – with EIGHT pages of instructions on what she can and can’t eat.

Heather, 40 – who recently won a £24million settlement from Sir Paul, 65 – is adamant that Bea’s strict vegan regime should be maintained. A source said: “Paul booked the break for some quality time with Bea. Now he’s found out that Heather has been driving the hotel staff mad, faxing both the head chef and manager instructions and recipe suggestions for Bea. Paul is furious. He is perfectly capable of looking after his own daughter – especially after successfully bringing up his other children on vegetarian diets.”

[From the Mirror]

Since Heather couldn’t be there in person to ruin the day, it seems that she’s relying on technology to do the job for her. It’s hard to say if she’s just freakishly controlling (obviously she is) or if she’s actually trying to be a total bitch. That’s probably a good question to ask about Mills in general. Is she trying to be such an annoying, bitchy, universally hated woman, or is it just who she is and she honestly has no clue? Either way, when a person is so controlling that she starts fax-lecturing the staff of a hotel on how to do their jobs to her specifications, it’s time someone figure out a way to muzzle the cow.

Here’s Heather Mills at her divorce hearing on March 17, 2008. Not that you’d want to see a lot of her – but she’s making some sort of hideous expression with her mouth in each and every photo. I literally could not find one photo from that day where her mouth and jaw weren’t in some bovine-esq shape. Maybe she should try closing it once in a while. Images thanks to PR Photos.

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  1. CandyKay says:

    Mediterranean diets are pretty healthy, aren’t they? I would think that Morocco, the home of couscous, would be the last place that would need Heather’s vegan health tips.

  2. Breederina says:

    He should do what every other father in the world does in this situation, ignore her and take the kid out for some ice cream.

  3. journey says:

    it’s funny how bovine expressions are so charming on cows, and so not on heathers.

  4. Megan says:

    I wonder if her expressions in photos are just bad photos or if she always has a face like that…

  5. snappyfish says:

    why wasn’t she charged when she dumped water on Paul’s attorney? That is assault and there were plenty of witnesses?

    I can’t stand this girl, but then Paul should have know better than married a one-legged prostitute without a pre-nup.

  6. Bodhi says:

    Man I feel bad for Bea.

  7. Syko says:

    Damn, she’s ugly.

  8. Mairead says:

    CandyKay – it’s not that it’s unhealthy, it’s just that they tend to have meat and meat by-products in them ;-) Even couscous is could be made with meat stock, so whilst it’s not got half a lamb sticking out of it, it’s still not veggie-friendly.

    I dread to think how vegan-friendly it will be, as I noticed in North Africa,butter is added as a flavouring and in breadmaking. And you can completely forget trying to find soya milk or rice milk in most resorts.

    It’s very difficult in some Med countries to get lacto-ovo vegetarian foods, as dishes labelled “vegetable” just means that there’s vegetable in them with the meat. You basically have to say that you’re allergic to meat. Mind you, it can bloody feel like that in Britain and Ireland also, even the cheese sandwiches tend to have ham in them ;-)

  9. Jesse says:

    Paul feeds Bea vegan as well, so I’m not sure why Mills needs to be so bossy. But I do think this stems from being concerned for her daughter’s health. I’ve noticed that chefs often don’t want their dishes converted to veg dishes, so they’re probably blowing it out of proportion, too.

  10. OXA says:

    Its like telling the Pope how to say mass. Sir Paul has been a vegetarian since befor this stupid Cow was born.
    Has anyone else noticed that with the new red hair color, it looks like she has had some work done on her ugly face.

  11. Syko says:

    I don’t think it stems so much from a concern about her daughter’s health as it does from a compulsion to always be the one in charge.

  12. geronimo says:

    Couldn’t agree more, Syko, she’s a psycho bitch who won’t let her daughter’s enjoyment stand in the way of her psychotic need to control things. And CandyKay, you’re completely correct, Mediterranean, North African and Middle Eastern food is amongst the healthiest food in the world and would, under her father’s guidance, do Bea nothing but good.

    And, Mairead, exaggeration, non?. I live in the UK and go back and forth to Ireland at least 4 times a year and don’t recognise, in the least, your fruitless meatless search!

  13. Simon Scowl says:

    Somebody should sneak the poor kid a nice plate of bacon and sausage.

  14. Scott F. says:

    Seriously, I find this whole ‘vegan/vegetarian food is healthier’ thing laughable. I read a study a few years back about high concentrations of people living longer, and if there was any connection to diet and environment.

    The highest concentration of people over 100 years of age is in the Ural Mountains region of Russia, and consists mainly of livestock farmers. These people eat a diet consisting of lots of lamb, beef, potatoes, grain, beets, and an average of a half liter of vodka a day.

    You see the same thing in the Andes in South America, with a virtually identical diet. If you want to claim it’s for moral or ethical reasons, that’s fine, but stop claiming it’s somehow healthier to eat that way.

    Frankly, and this might sound harsh, but I think people who feed their young children vegan are stupid at best, and possibly negligent. Depriving a growing child of milk, complex fatty acids, ect. is seriously detrimental to development.

  15. anonymous says:

    I’m not vegan, I love meat, but things like nuts and avacados have complex fatty acids. Also olive oil…There are lots of non-meat ways to get that.

  16. Mairead says:

    Geronimo – I did say it “can” ;-)

    Ok, there is a slight exaggertion there – but it is only slight. Now there some places which don;t follow the trend – many major cities (York, Cork and Dublin are quite good) and some chains like Wagamama, but in a smaller town and country villages, carveries and pubs – forget it. It’s a plate of overcooked veg or nothing.

    Unfortunately everywhere else, IF there is a “veggie” option provided, it’s usually pasta and Dolmio.

    Or some variation that, which in the hands of a chef that doesn’t want to waste time on cooking a veggie option it can be inedible.

    Premade sandwiches in cafes often don’t have a filling without meat. Or the sandwich makers will make the sandwiches on worksurfaces which have just graced cold and reheated meat (not being being awkward – it’s against H&S regs).

    And often the “vegetarian soup” will be made with meat stock. Or they’ll point out that they have fish – or my absolute favourite cod-veggie dish, “vegetarian Caesar salad”.

    But Geronimo – I will be really grateful if you could pass on your recommendations for decent veggie grub :-)

    Scott F. does have a point over the “health” issue. But whilst the diet of meat, milk and potatoes is actually quite healthy as potatoes are very rich in Vitamin C – where it’s supplimented by a common western diet of high sugar and refined carbohydrates; that changes the previously “Healthy” diet to one basically only good for creating cholesterol and a raised blood sugar level.

    But I share a similar distain for “smug vegetarians” who assume that they’re healthier, but pay scant attention to a proper balance in their diet and rely on their smugness for sustenance.

  17. Cindy Kennedy says:

    Scott F – milk is completely unnecessary for humans. Our ancestors never drank cow’s milk – or ate any dairy products at all. There were no milking machines or cheese factories back then. Our ancestors thrived very well on a diet of berries, nuts, plants and an occasional feast of fresh meat. Its only been over the past several hundred years or so that dairy has become a “staple” in our diets. How do you think we survived before without it? Cow milk is not “necessary” for human health at all.

  18. Spence says:

    Why the hell is everyone arguing about their damn diets? We have celebrities to trash, people, so snap out of it and get back on point.

  19. Scott F. says:

    Yeah Cindy, our ancestors also lived to be 35. Fossil records show that osteoporosis generally set in around the late 20′s.

    We may not eat ‘naturally’, but we also don’t live ‘natural’ lifespans anymore. We need vitamins and minerals our ancestors didn’t need to survive an extra 50 or 60 years.

  20. Sashathe_bab says:

    To which the hotel should have responded with her prompt and courteous removal from the building, with reservations for her to be quartered in another hotel, or preferably a Motel 6 next to a truck stop- I’m sure she’ll fit right in with the other working girls.

    BITCH

  21. CinPin says:

    Scott F.–I was just going to write that about life span. Well said!!

    Also, what a miserable existance to live without milk and cheese! What did they dunk their Oreos into?

    Now enough of this quarreling!
    As Spence said, we have more important things to do here!

  22. daisyfly says:

    Paul was a vegan/animal rights advocate when Pleatherface was still wearing mink coats and leather pumps to her steak dinners, and he and Linda had their own line of frozen Vegan dinners in England for a time, so I think the foremost authority on how to feed Bea a vegan meal is her FATHER, and not the incubator that is her mother, aka Pleatherface.

  23. Jimmy says:

    I bet she was a cunt through the whole marriage, her WHOLE LIFE. No wonder karma pegged her leg.

  24. Cady says:

    Poor Paul McCartney. He should just ring the hotel and say, “Look, my ex is psychotic, so just accept the faxes, reply saying certainly we’ll meet your daughter’s needs, and just do your job like you’d normally do it.”

  25. Cindy Kennedy says:

    Our ancestors were likely a lot healthier than we are. “Average” life spans have had a wide range throughout the centuries.

    Cow milk is not really fit for human consumption.

  26. headache says:

    I don’t like my ex and I don’t think he thinks intuitively about what is best for the child we share but since I chose him once upon a time, I have to accept the consequences of that bad decision, namely that when my child is with him, he will take care of her as he sees fit. As long as it doesn’t involve the kid playing in traffic or watching porn, for the most part, I keep my mouth shut and let them enjoy their time together, thrice a week fast food trips and endless hours of cartoons notwithstanding.

  27. Scott F. says:

    Jesus Cindy, you’ve really bought into that vegan bullshit haven’t you? You realize that the ‘experts’ that tout vegan diets generally have credentials something akin to the girl everyone calls ‘Moonbeam’ selling crystals at some kiosk in the mall?

    Like I said, if you want to be a vegan or vegetarian on moral or ethical grounds, I respect and can even empathize with your position. But claiming that it has some kind of health benefit is irresponsible and has virtually no medical studies supporting it.

    Anemia is rampant among vegetarians, more than eight times the average in omnivores. There are also many studies connecting a vegetarian diet to increased neural degradation as one ages, to the tune of them being more than twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s (this was a recent study, so take it with a grain of salt). But vegan diets are particularly dangerous in women, as the risk of osteoporosis is greatly increased.

    I have been into anthropology since college, and the fact that our ancestors lived much shorter lifespans is well documented and incontrovertible. There were no great ‘fluctuations’ Yes, people lived longer during the Greek and Roman golden ages than say the dark ages, but ‘longer’ translated to late fifties or early sixties. The few sets of bones we’ve recovered from people that actually made it to that age were so brittle they would have hardly been able to stand.

    If you’re going to make claims like this, try to do a little research for yourself. It doesn’t do any good to spout that vegan nonsense about milk not being natural, or puss, ect. because, well… they’re wrong.

    Humans are living longer and in better health than they ever have before, and much of that is owed to the fact we have a more diverse diet than any previous generation of humans on Earth. Last time I checked, nutritionists still use the food pyramid, and that has ALL the groups.

  28. MsTriste says:

    More and more I’m thinking she has histrionic personality disorder:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histrionic_personality_disorder

  29. CandyKay says:

    Re: the milk question. Recent studies have shown that Northern Europeans developed the ability to drink cow’s milk through a fairly recent genetic mutation. The mutation allowed them to get adequate vitamin D, which is necessary for processing calcium – since anyone who has lived this winter in Northern Europe can testify, they can’t get Vitamin D through the sun. It’s the same reason Northern Europeans are so light-skinned – so they can absorb what little sunlight there is through their skin. So that’s why people drink milk, Cindy Kennedy. I live in grey, cloudy Denmark, and I can testify – grown-ups here still drink milk nearly every day, plus cheese, yoghurt, etc.

  30. headache says:

    Generally, I agree with the idea that a vegan diet is not the healthiest way to live. It takes a lot of thought and planning to thrive at your body’s best eating vegetarian and even more so on a vegan diet. If that is your choice, I commend you for putting that kind of effort into your lifestyle choice, particularly since I am a lazy ass procrastinator.

    But, I also agree that milk in its natural form (i.e. straight from the nipple) is tailor made for the young of the animal from wence it came. Breastmilk for humans, cow’s milk for cows, goat’s milk for goats, soy milk for . . . wait, soy juice. There is no soy milk because there’s no soy titty!!!! hehe

    Anyway, back to my point. While milk is a good supplement for some and does have health benefits, biology, the rate of lactose intolerance in the general population, and the inability to properly meet the nutritional requirements of infants outside of the species producing it would strongly suggest that milk is not ideal for adult consumption.

    However, since you can now get your milk with less fat, less lactose and/or vitamins A and D added as well as pasteurized, it’s certainly more ideal for the body than corn syrup based fruit juices.

  31. headache says:

    Candy Kay, great point. Conversely, your logic has been sited as reasons why most people of African descent are lactose intolerant to at least some degree.

  32. whattheheck says:

    This woman is a freaking embarassment to everyone associated with her.

  33. Miss M says:

    Cindy Kennedy, I am just curious here, do you only eat things that are “necessary” for you? You must lead a very boring life. Sorry to say so, but I really don’t see the point of denying yourself so many pleasurable things to eat just because it’s not “necessary”. I live my life now and I want to live it to the full. I might get run over by a bus tomorrow.

    As for Heather Mills, she is a vindictive bitch (the word cow is too good for her!) but I believe in Karma, so what comes around goes around. She’ll get what she deserves one day!

  34. geronimo says:

    Mairead – I’m not a vegetarian (or ‘fussy eater’ as my Dad (Irish) calls them) but we regularly take veggie friends home and only rarely have they had hissy-fits in terms of choice. All along the Atlantic coast, (Cork to Donegal, but mainly the west, is our territory and it’s honestly never been a problem.

    Of course I’m not saying that every little village is going to satisfy all vegetarian/vegan needs. Maybe I just happen to have veggie friends who know how to enjoy themselves without needing to drain the living life out of the rest of us non-veggies by barking 50 questions at the waiter before they’ll commit to an item on a menu.

    Obviously I don’t need to comment on vegetarian/vegan options in London. There are two within 5 mins walk of where I live that even my fussiest and most irritating (where food is concerned) friends rate very highly.

    As you can probably tell from this, I have little patience with it. And I’m ranting a bit. And I don’t care. Blame Heather Mills and her fucking lists. :)

  35. geronimo says:

    Don’t know if there’s anything here that mght be useful -?

    http://vegans.frommars.org/ireland/

    Incidentally, Mairead, I love food, as do my veggie friends, so just to give some perspective to my previous rant, I’m talking about good quality, tasty, well-cooked, interesting food, and not eg. a sliced tomato, cucumber, lettuce & basket of chips ‘dinner’ option. Just so you know!

  36. KK says:

    If I were Paul, I would have paid any amount of money just to be rid of her.

  37. lola lola says:

    Headache: good point about milk! While I do drink milk and like it, I realize it was produced by a pregnant cow for its young–not for me or mine. And, calcium is easily obtained via nuts and vegetables–so someone can easily be diary free and get plenty of calcium. Just not me because I will never give up cheese or hot chocolate!

  38. Tania says:

    Why does she over enunciate everything she says? In almost every photo of her, her mouth is stretched unnaturally this way and that. It looks ridiculous! HAG!

  39. Suz says:

    Barking.mad.controlfreak.attention.wh*re.