Kate Winslet admits she loves Easy Cheese which her Mare Of Easttown character sprays on food

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    TALK OF THE TOWN: No whey! Kate Winslet admits she loves the Easy Cheese which her Mare Of Easttown character sprays on to snack food


    They were the scenes that left fans of the gripping drama Mare Of Easttown deeply troubled. 

    No, not the murders and kidnappings – the sight of Kate Winslet squirting cans of Easy Cheese spread on to cheese puffs.

    Kate, 45, admits it was her idea to make the unhealthy concoction her character’s favourite snack – as she loves it herself. 

    They were the scenes that left fans of the gripping drama Mare Of Easttown (above) deeply troubled. No, not the murders and kidnappings – the sight of Kate Winslet squirting cans of Easy Cheese spread on to cheese puffs

    They were the scenes that left fans of the gripping drama Mare Of Easttown (above) deeply troubled. No, not the murders and kidnappings – the sight of Kate Winslet squirting cans of Easy Cheese spread on to cheese puffs

    Kate, 45, admits it was her idea to make the unhealthy concoction her character's favourite snack – as she loves it herself

    'I must have gone through about three-and-a-half cans,' says Kate, who played detective Mare Sheehan in the Emmy-nominated series

    Kate, 45, admits it was her idea to make the unhealthy concoction her character’s favourite snack – as she loves it herself. ‘I must have gone through about three-and-a-half cans,’ says Kate, who played detective Mare Sheehan in the Emmy-nominated series

    ‘I must have gone through about three-and-a-half cans,’ says Kate, who played detective Mare Sheehan in the Emmy-nominated series. 

    ‘Our props woman was like, ‘Do you want to see the ingredients?’ and I was like, ‘Don’t show me, don’t put me off!’ ‘

    Kate said:'Our props woman was like, "Do you want to see the ingredients?" and I was like, "Don't show me, don't put me off!"'

    Kate said: ‘Our props woman was like, “Do you want to see the ingredients?” and I was like, “Don’t show me, don’t put me off!”‘

    It’s the aristo version of Gumtree – a website matching homeowners who want to rent their expensive properties to suitably posh tenants. 

    But I hear trouble is brewing at Radio H-P – as one tenant is being sued for not paying rent on a Notting Hill pad.

    Out-of-pocket homeowner Alice Cockerell – the socialite niece of former Tory politician David Heathcoat-Amory – tells me: ‘I am absolutely furious. It has all got very ugly.’

    The exclusive site was set up by Nigel Hadden-Paton, father of Downton Abbey actor Harry. 

    As part of the vetting process, a user must provide two referees. 

    Alice says: ‘I think it is very important that the person who recommended my tenant is not allowed to make referrals in the future. I would hate anyone else to go through this.’

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