James Corden's wife Julia Carey spotted for FIRST TIME since hsusband's tantrum at Balthazar
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: James Corden's wife Julia Carey was spotted for the first time after her husband was accused of being rude to a server at a restaurant. She was apparently in a serious conversation on the phone, walking up and down the streets for over 50 minutes.
The sighting comes in the wake of Corden being briefly banned from Balthazar restaurant after owner Keith McNally slammed him for his 'bad behavior' to his restuarant worker through his Instagram post. The ban was eventually lifted after Corden apologized for his actions to Keith.
Keith expressed his displeasure with Corden's rude remarks and conduct towards his workers in an Instagram post where he announced the ban. Eventually, the comedian apologized to him "profusely" for his behavior and Keith lifted the ban by offering him a "second chance."
McNally detailed the events involving Corden, his wife, and the Balthazar staff in a social media post. McNally, 71, posted on Instagram that when Corden noticed a hair in his food after finishing his meal, he demanded free drinks and threatened to post a bad review of the French cafe. On a second occasion, when the Cordens were enjoying breakfast, McNally claimed that the actor yelled at a server because his wife Julia Carey's eggs were not prepared according to her standards.
"Although this is diabolical, it happens Very occasionally in all restaurants," McNally wrote. He alleged that once Corden finished eating his main course, the "TV personality showed the hair to Balthazar manager G who was very apologetic. Corden was extremely nasty to G, and said: 'Get us another round of drinks this second. And also take care of all of our drinks so far. This way I write any nasty reviews in yelp or anything like that.'"
According to the Daily Beast, Sienna Miller and Anna Wintour are frequent diners at the renowned restaurant, which specialises in French cuisine. In addition, Keith is also known for opening renowned restaurants in Manhattan including Pastis, Morandi, and Minetta Tavern. Graydon Carter was previously banned from the hotel for booking reservations for 12 people at Morandi, but the former editor of Vanity Fair did not show up, People reported recently.