Amazing that this happened. Tatler magazine obviously didn’t get the memo
Downton Abbey actor Daisy Lewis had this to say about the latest issue of Tatler magazine and its ‘little black book’ supplement.
— Daisy Lewis (@daisylflewis) November 3, 2017
Amazing that this happened at all, let alone given all that’s happened over the last few weeks.
“As Daisy is quite small, you might be tricked into believing she’s quiet. LOL. She isn’t. This actress is LOUD. Which makes her fun at a party. And in bed. Probably.”
In case you didn’t know, this is a magazine aimed at women.
What. The. FUCK
— Vikki Stone (@vikkistone) November 4, 2017
That's AWFUL. I'm actually speechless.
— firda gothbury (@FridaGronberg) November 3, 2017
Christ Daisy that's such sexist crap. Apologise and go on a course @TatlerUK
— Philippa_Perry (@Philippa_Perry) November 4, 2017
Here’s what Tatler had to say.
Tatler apologises unreservedly to @daisylflewis. We will also be publishing a full apology in the next issue.
— Tatler (@TatlerUK) November 4, 2017
To be filed under, ‘too little, too late’?
Your editor passed it as acceptable.
Shameful, cheap piece. 😕
— helen ayres (@Raphaelite_Girl) November 4, 2017
Apology is of course necessary, but most important thing is what action you'll take to ensure it can't be repeated
— James Coatsworth (@j_coatsworth) November 4, 2017
Wonder who wrote that garbage and also, who approved it? Can't believe something like that ended up in a magazine aimed at women!
— Lorna Cooper (@Coops_tv) November 4, 2017
At least they didn’t suggest it would have been alright to do it 15 years ago.