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Recently, during her theatre run, she suffered a severe cold, but muddled through, coughing and looking unsteady.
And during an ovation, one of her backing dancers, young men dressed only in skimpy leather shorts, had to support her to make sure she did not fall.
A tiny cat slinks cautiously through, wary but unmolested.
The slender, twinkly eyed pop star is telling a story about travelling with a boyfriend incognito through Europe for a whole summer in a camper van. And you have no idea what you're getting into." Stone was launched into a whirlwind career as a blonde, blue-eyed soul sensation.
She befriended the heirs to the British throne, attended the Royal Wedding and hung out at Buckingham Palace with Prince Harry.
• 100 best love songs of all time In 2011, she was estimated to be worth £9million. The singer, born Joscelyn Stoker, has been characterised in the media as a bit of an airhead and criticised for her very public endorsements of dope smoking.
By contrast Stone appears from the photoshoot looking fresh as a daisy in a gossamer-thin top and brilliant blue trousers encased in thigh-length black suede boots, with those famous gleaming goldilocks tumbling down her back and shoulders.
She greets me with a wide beam and grabs a Pret hummus and salad sandwich from a pile on a table, apologising that she hasn’t yet eaten.
It is a curious, municipal-looking building in the centre of a one-way system that puts on obscure, low-budget, theatrical productions of the type frequented by bearded night-school lecturers and ageing bluestockings who pay as little as £3.20 for the cheapest standing tickets But for the past four months, this unlikely venue has been a home-from-home for Marianne Faithfull, who is performing here as the lead singer in the Bertolt Brecht-Kurt Weill ballet The Seven Deadly Sins.
Explaining her attitude to security at her £500,000 home prior to the arrests, she said: ‘I had an alarm but I did not really turn it on very much.
I didn’t really have a lock on my door which I could shut.
She rose to fame in late 2003 with her multi-platinum debut album, The Soul Sessions, which made the 2004 Mercury Prize shortlist.
Her second album, the similarly multi-platinum Mind Body & Soul, topped the UK Albums Chart for one week and spawned the top ten hit "You Had Me", Stone's most successful single on the UK Singles Chart to date.