Yes, John Crace (Digested week, 25 May) it was lovely to see Prince William’s three young children enjoying Kate’s Chelsea flower show garden with their parents. A pity, though, that, according to Chelsea’s own rules, no other children under five would be allowed in to enjoy the gardens in the same way.
Whitby, North Yorkshire
• Another hidden treasure of Mulhouse (Letters, 25 May) is the Musée de l’Impression sur Étoffes (Museum of Printed Textiles) which has a superb collection of textiles, sample books (6 million textile samples!) and old printing machinery. It also puts on excellent exhibitions.
• At line 625 of Antigone the Theban chorus declare that man acts for the shortest (oligoston) time outside ruin (Letters, 22 and 24 May). It’s man’s time disaster-free that’s small, not man. However, some separate “oligos” and “ton” so that it does indeed read “the small man lives outside disaster”.
• The 11th thing we have learned (Ten things we learned at this year’s Cannes film festival, 25 May) is that older male film directors still think it’s a good look to grip their much younger female stars’ waists. Creepy.
• My wife is right. I am a child. This was confirmed by this week’s Feast – “Cooking with kids”. So many wonderful recipes for me to try. Please do another children’s version soon.
Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire
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