Nigella Lawson appeared to get into an online spat with the lover of her ex husband Charles Saatchi yesterday.
Nigella tweeted a recipe for 'Slut's Spaghetti' after Trinny Woodall seemed to take aim at the TV chef in a blog marking her 50th birthday.
Former 'What Not To Wear' presenter Trinny - who celebrated her 50th with the 70-year-old in the Lake District - posted a blog that appeared to reference the photos that emerged of the art dealer with his hands around Nigella's throat that led to them divorcing.
“It’s great that, at 50, life can still grab you by the throat and shake you up," she wrote.
“And it’s even better when you’ve learned to cope with whatever’s thrown at you — so long as it isn’t a bedside lamp.”
In what looked like a further attack on Nigella, 54, Trinny wrote: “If you used to like showing your cleavage, just be aware your skin probably looks like old chammy leather now.
“So wear something round-necked. You can still show off your shape.”
Soon after, Nigella tweeted her 560,000 Twitter followers: “Slut’s Spaghetti — aka pasta alla puttanesca — is #recipeoftheday. Do I need to say anything more?”
An hour later she added: “No agenda behind #recipeoftheday! Slut’s Spaghetti an old fave of mine.”
Charles Saatchi initially dismissed the now infamous neck-grabbing of Nigella at Scotts restaurant in London's Mayfair as 'a playful tiff' but later went to a police station where he confessed to the assault.