October 31, 2011 12:42AM
AS THE Spring Racing Carnival cranks up for tomorrow’s Melbourne Cup you can bet Brynne Edelsten will be busy in her gilded penthouse today armed with a hot glue gun and hatching a cunning plan: to take Flemington by storm.
Edelsten is desperate to defend her title as the wearer of the ”Frock which stops a nation”, but this year competition is stiff as the Brynne-Bot discovered at Saturday’s Derby Day.
Edelsten attempted to pull off her own Liz Hurley moment, dressed up in a black, cream and gold taffeta confection which showcased her ample decolletage, or rather the ”continental shelf” she has become famous for.
Meanwhile, a colourful assortment of characters have helped liven things up in Melbourne, including racing stalwart Eileen Bond, who is once again trackside, this year being joined by her grandson, Jeremy, and grand- daughter Emerald, a corporate lawyer in Perth working in the mining sector.
With their private jet, James and Erica Packer have been entertaining an ever- growing posse of cronies (especially since Qantas was grounded), with a long list of pals hoping to bum a ride back to Sydney. After the Derby the Packer posse, including Karl Stefanovic and Matthew Csidei , indulged their singing talents – or lack thereof – at Erica’s annual karaoke party inside Warne’s new bar, Club 23.
It was a hotly-held ticket for the lucky few who had received an email from Erica herself in the days leading up to Saturday, and by all accounts it went off like the exploding gas fireballs that line the Yarra outside Packer’s Crown complex.
Each letter of the first name rules 9 year of life. Ages 0 to 27 are ruled by the sum of the first three letters of the name.
2 (B is the 2nd letter of the alphabet) + 18 (r is the 18th letter of the alphabet) + 25 (y is the 25th letter of the alphabet) = 45
So the number 45 rules her ages zero to twenty-seven.
45 = Intense. Magnetic.
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