Comic relief from Mills' divorce case

Variety is the spice of life - and staff at London agency The PR Office are certainly getting plenty of that.

Last week we reported that Shimon Cohen's outfit was working with Heather Mills' lawyers Mischon de Reya on one of the most high-profile and sensitive divorce cases ever witnessed in the UK.

This week, Diary learns the agency has been signed by chubby British-Iranian comic Omid Djalili.

Djalili - whose stand-up performances have included Short Fat Kebab Shop Owner's Son, Arab & The Jew and Omid Djalili Is Ethnic - is, we can only imagine, a less sensitive client.

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