Rose Qually is hot – her career is sizzling and the woman who goes by the big screen name Andie MacDowell nevers seems to age a day. So it’s no surprise to see Ashvegas’ most famous celeb on the cover of this month’s InStyle Home magazine.
Rose has been everywhere lately.
Pumping her latest movie, “Beauty Shop,” Rose made an appearance on Oprah’s show and gave her maid a makeover. Next month, during May sweeps no less, she’ll be starring in “Riding the Bus with my Sister” beside Rosie O’Donnell.
Rose shows off her new home in the magazine, one she built. She used to live in Biltmore Forest, and I’m not sure if that’s where she built her new abode. Property tax records show a Bitlmore Forest address for her, as well as another. The Biltmore Forest home is valued at $2.1 million.
It’s the usual magazine treatment, showing Rose’s bed, bath and beyond, and quoting her saying down-to-earth things such as “I thought I’d just renovate the other place. … But my sisters said, ‘For heaven’s sake, you’ve worked really hard. Go build yourself a nice house.’ And I was like, ‘OK, I think I will.'”
There’s tumbled-limestone floors, hand-painted stained glass, oaken floors, cypress ceiling brackets, carved molding and hand-blocked wallpaper, according to the article, set of by Ralph Lauren prints and muted chenille from F. Schumache & Co.
All to make us feel like we can attain that ageless grace and beauty, too.
Please don’t get me wrong. I’m a big Andie MacDowell fan, despite the cruel stories going around Ashvegas about a little road rage incident and her problems keeping a man (she divorced in 1999, married an old high school flame and dumped him in 2004).
I’m just jealous.
Sorry about the misspelled words….I know Andie is supposed to be spelt with a y. Hell, a 5 year old knows that.
I don’t know if Andie should be complemented or frieghtened…. your Dad feels the same way about the girl.