At least until you read the article and you find out it's one of Sting's and Mrs. Sting's seven homes.
The interview at the Earls Court Real Food Festival had been going well, until one journalist pointed out that the couple's carbon footprint has been estimated as 30 times greater than the average Briton's.
Miss Styler tried to shift a little of the blame on to her musician husband, who is 56.
"When it comes to the carbon footprint, Sting puts his hand up immediately and says 'I'm a musician and I have a huge carbon-footprint",' she said.
She then asked: "Are we being hypocritical?' before seeming to answer the question herself.
"He has a 750-person crew to bring around the world and it is a difficult challenge.
"I would like to think that we both work pretty hard for the rights of indigenous people and for the rights of conservation of the Amazon rainforest, but we do need to get around. It's a difficult one."
Environmental experts labelled Sting's band, The Police, the dirtiest in the world because of the amount of pollution created during last year's reunion tour of the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Sweden, Germany, the UK, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, China and Japan.
Miss Styler failed to mention in Thursday's interview that she and their family joined him on much of it.
She also forgot to add that a cavalcade of horseboxes has been known to travel between their Wiltshire pile, The Lake House, and their Tuscan estate twice a year when the family decamps for the summer.
I'm sure that Sting's labyrinth in the back is made of rows of corn so he can power his E-85 trucks for the tour.