After Sienna Miller gave evidence in the Leveson Enquiry in to press intrusion yesterday morning, the actress and Vogue cover girl headed straight to Paris for the Lancel Celebrates 135 Years Of French Legerete event, which she hosted last night. Although Miller herself seems to be moving on, this morning's papers are full of the evidence she gave yesterday, including one quote, reported in the Times.
"There was a very sick child that I was playing with in the corner of the room, who was pretending to shoot me and I was pretending to die," she told the enquiry. "The Mirror cut the boy out of the photo and said I was drunk...The fact they knew they would be sued and have to pay damages was not really enough of a deterrent."
Sienna Miller at the 135 Years Of French Legerete event in Paris last night © PA Photos