Pprune reveals what cabin crew REALLY think of celebrities they’ve served

Ewan McGregor is 'pleasant', Kylie Minogue 'charming' but Robbie Williams 'cocky': The website where cabin crew reveal what they REALLY think of celebrities they've served

  • The internet forum has hundreds of entries from gossiping cabin crew
  • Sir Jackie Stewart, Bob Geldof and Ron Dennis are criticised
  • Kate Middleton, Kylie Minogue and Kristen Stewart are all praisedÃ?Â

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One is �rude�, another is a �buffoon� while one was �absolutely charming�.

Airline cabin crew have been giving their views on whether they think fame and fortune has gone to the heads of the celebrities they look after on an intriguing internet thread.

Most of the comments are very positive � but some famous types have proved extremely unpopular, though it�s often not made clear exactly why.

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Airline cabin crew have been giving their views on whether they think fame and fortune has gone to the heads of the famous people they look after on an internet thread, with Kylie and Kate Middleton both praised

There appears to be a consensus about Bob Geldof on the thread on� Pprune.org, a â��rumour network for professional pilotsâ��.

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Commenter Tiramisu alleged that Geldof was �rude� and claimed that he �insisted on being met by special services�, before adding sarcastically �a real man of the people!�

Another agreed with this sentiment, accusing him of being �vile�.

Former F1 ace Sir Jackie Stewart also came under fire on the thread, with user Jetlag001 accusing him of being �very rude and impatient�.

Pprune reveals what cabin crew REALLY think of celebrities they've served

Commenter Tiramisu alleged that Sir Bob was �rude� and claimed that he �insisted on being met by special services�, before adding sarcastically �a real man of the people!�

Pprune reveals what cabin crew REALLY think of celebrities they've served

A-lister Ewan McGregor was described on the forum as being 'very pleasant' while flying

Pprune reveals what cabin crew REALLY think of celebrities they've served

Others who get a gold star include Buzz Aldrin, Kristen Stewart (pictured) and Graham Norton

CABIN CREW REVEAL WHAT THEY THINK OF IN-FLIGHT CELEBRITIESÃ?Â

Naomi Campbell – 'nightmare'

Robbie Williams – 'cocky'

Kate Middleton – 'low-key'

Prince Andrew – 'buffoon'

Prince William – 'chatty'

Ewan McGregor – 'pleasant'

Kylie Minogue – 'charming'

Sir Bob Geldof – 'vile'

Jackie Stewart – 'impatient'Ã?Â

Justin Timberlake – 'nice'

Source: PpruneÃ?Â

Formula One�s Ron Dennis, the CEO of McLaren, also came in for some flak, with commenter ShotOne revealing that after learning of a delay, he furiously remarked �this is a VIP flight, tell them it�s an emergency�.

Princess Anne, apparently, simply said with a smile �off with their heads�.

Naomi Campbell, who was once banned from British Airways, was said to have been a �nightmare�, while singers Olly Murs and Robbie Williams also come under fire, with the former described as �attention-seeking� and the latter, allegedly, �cocky�.

Overall, however, it seems that famous people generally behave themselves on flights.Ã?Â

Murs and Williams' fellow singer Justin Timberlake is �nice and approachable�, according to a user on the forum.

The royals appear to be trouble-free passengers, too, with Kate Middleton described as �low-key�, Prince Philip as �hilarious� and Prince William �chatty and amusing�. Though Prince Andrew was labelled cuttingly as a �buffoon�.

Vogue editor Anna Wintour, meanwhile, has �exemplary manners� while flying and Kylie Minogue is �absolutely charming�.

Ewan McGregor is also �very pleasant� and Ant and Dec �polite�, according to the thread.

Others who get a gold star from flight attendants include Buzz Aldrin, Kristen Stewart and Graham Norton.

MailOnline has asked Ron Dennis, Naomi Campbell, Jackie Stewart and Sir Bob Geldof for comment.

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