Despite being one of the most famous Ronson siblings on the fashion scene, designer Charlotte Ronson's interview with The Telegraph's Helena de Bertodano makes for a rather uncomfortable read, and from what we can gather, it was a rather uncomfortable interview sitting, too. Opening with a somewhat pessimistic approach to her final piece, de Bertodano explains that Ronson rolls up to their appointment half an hour late - and best yet, it's because she's having lunch with her PR, Matt.
Things continue to get more awkward throughout the piece, as Matt the PR sits in - "In my 15 years of doing interviews, only a handful of people have needed baby-sitters – the Queen of Jordan, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Dalai Lama… And now Charlotte Ronson", de Bertodano writes. On Ronson's attitude to the interview, she explains "Outside the fashion world Charlotte Ronson is not a name that is instantly recognisable, yet she behaves as though she has been interviewed to death," continuing, "The first few minutes are awful, so bad that I find myself telling Ronson, 32, that she looks really fed up and asking if she hates interviews. Luckily, this has the effect of galvanising her. 'I just don't like talking about myself. An hour is a long time.'