GOOD news for fans of City gossip: we can reveal more juicy details about what is fast shaping up to be the hottest social occasion of the year, Carphone Warehouse tycoon Charles Dunstone&rsquo;s wedding to PR executive Celia Gordon Shute on Saturday.<br /><br />Heading down to the Inner Temple Garden on Embankment yesterday for a bit of a snoop, The Capitalist found an enormous reception marquee already standing proud, and a whole raft of busy bees chattering away about the rich and famous soon to appear in their midst.<br /><br />I hear music maestro Jools Holland has been enlisted to head up the entertainment line-up at the event, which already has sweeping security cameras installed to keep an eye on things as the night unfolds.<br /><br />And boy, are they going to need them. Guests will include Dunstone&rsquo;s best man, advertising supremo Johnny Hornby (brother of novelist Nick), and his three ushers &ndash; M&amp;S boss Sir Stuart Rose, Credit Suisse banker Russell Chambers and former chairman and co-founder of Carphone Warehouse David Ross.<br /><br />A raft of celebrities are also expected to show up to wish the happy couple well, including Girls Aloud&rsquo;s Sarah Harding and her fianc&eacute;, DJ Tom Crane (who also happens to be Dunstone&rsquo;s godson), as well as former Prime Minister Tony Blair.<br /><br />Sounds like the City is in for a stonking good do.<br /><br /><strong>FOXY GENTLEMAN</strong><br />Guy de Blonay really does seem to have it all. The Henderson New Star fund manager &ndash; whose family owns an ancestral castle near Geneva &ndash; is blessed with brains and beauty, having come in fourth place in The Capitalist&rsquo;s rundown of the top ten hunkiest gents in the City, published over the summer.<br /><br />But I hear the accolade came as no surprise to the industry, who were chuckling about the award at a recent party.<br /><br />Apparently, de Blonay&rsquo;s Facebook wall is continually inundated with posts from lovely ladies, presumably hoping to be swept off their feet.<br /><br />&ldquo;Whenever you look at his wall, there&rsquo;s a backlog of about 50 women writing on it at any one time,&rdquo; chuckles one chum. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s sickening, really.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>PERSONA NON GRATA</strong><br />An invitation pops into my inbox, singing about the launch party for a new book called &ldquo;The Credit Crunch Diaries&rdquo;, a satirical take on the crisis by Odey Asset Management partner Nick Carn and former financial hack David Lascelles.<br /><br />The email contains a couple of choice quotations from reviewers raving about the tome, which is customary with these things, though one of the lines did rather catch the eye.<br /><br />&ldquo;Please could you remove the following person from your database as they no longer work for the RBS Group: Sir F Goodwin,&rdquo; read the quote, ostensibly from the RBS Group Document Services Cash Logistics and Contract Management Department.<br /><br />I call up the book&rsquo;s editor to find out what the whole thing is all about.<br /><br />&ldquo;It was an email received by us in reply to a standard enquiry that went out last year, connected to our usual dealings with the banks,&rdquo; comes the reply. &ldquo;We thought it would be amusing to put it in as a gag &ndash; we wanted a quote from Goodwin himself but he&rsquo;s obviously not too keen on speaking to the press at the moment&hellip;&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>RACING AHEAD</strong><br />ICAP chief Michael Spencer was licking his chops on Tuesday evening as he collected the prestigious Ernst &amp; Young UK Entrepreneur of the Year award at a ceremony at the Park Lane Hilton. Spencer must now be fancying his chances in May next year, when he&rsquo;ll go on to compete globally with over 40 country winners in the global competition in glamorous Monte Carlo &ndash; which, happily for him, is also the month when the city hosts the 2010 Monaco Grand Prix. A fine chance to kill two birds with one stone.