It’s not just Meghan Markle who’s giving the Royal Family a groovy new image.Lady Amelia Windsor, dubbed the ‘most beautiful royal’ before Meghan’s arrival, and Flora Ogilvy, Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter, demonstrated their quirky charms in these photos they shared with friends to celebrate the dawn of the new year.Lady Amelia, 22, whose grandfather is the Duke of Kent, posed in a pair of lurid pink sunglasses, holding a toy flamingo.Meanwhile, arts consultant Flora, 23, posed on a friend’s shoulders in front of a ‘magical’ bonfire on the Isle of Raasay, off the West Coast of Scotland, her hair blowing wildly in the wind.Society stalwart Nicky Haslam’s authority on taste and style has taken a rather unexpected turn.The Old Etonian interior designer yesterday revealed that a friend has made a tea towel emblazoned with a list of things he declares to be common, including scented candles, the Caribbean at Christmas and dress codes. ‘It’s all tongue in cheek, of course,’ Nicky, 78, tells me. ‘My friend had it made and when I put it online I started receiving hundreds of requests from people wanting to buy one.‘So we’re going to have them made and we’ll sell them. T-shirts will be next.’Irrepresible party girl Paris Hilton, great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels, has got engaged to hunky U.S. actor Chris Zylka.Paris, 36, confirmed the news on social media with this picture of Chris, 32, kneeling to propose on a snowy slope in Aspen, Colorado.‘I am so excited to be engaged to the love of my life and my best friend,’ said Paris, who sported a starry ski suit as he presented her with a huge, pear-shaped diamond ring.It is not her first proposal. The capricious blonde called off engagements to model Jason Shaw in 2003 and to Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis in 2005, both of whom offered her much smaller rings.Fingers crossed this one goes the distance.How fitting that campaigning Eurosceptic Sir Teddy Taylor, who died last September aged 80, left bequests to encourage a new generation of orators. Sir Teddy, former MP for Southend East and Glasgow Cathcart, left £2,500 to Southend High School for Boys ‘in the hope but without imposing any binding obligation on them’ that they use this for as long as they can for annual prizes for public speaking by pupils. He also gave £1,250 each to Porters Grange School in Essex and the High School of Glasgow Junior School for prizes for poetry recitals.