Guests at the event numbered round the world sailor Tracy Edwards MBE, restaurateurs The Hon. Christopher Gilmour and Peter Godwin and financiers and philanthropists Alan and Gina Miller. Unanticipated arrivals who somehow also slipped in included party loving sorts Denis Doble and David Pun. Unsurprisingly, both keenly made a beeline for the gift bags.
Amongst other invited guests enjoying Citreola Cellars’ Chateau Les Trios Manoirs Médoc and Domaine Roger and Didier Raimbault’s Sancerre were journalist Henry Deedes, former The Archers actor Graham Seed and renowned photographer John Stoddart.
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As Ghislaine Maxwell faces 30 years in prison, her lawyers have ludicrously countered suggesting she should serve just 4 years; her few “remaining friends” and family laughably blub about the mucky madam being a “fundamentally good and decent person” who “still has much to contribute to the world if she is given a meaningful opportunity to do so.”
As Ghislaine Maxwell’s former business partner Jemma Kidd takes part in a car rally that raises money for victims of sex trafficking, we again call out the ridiculous vanity project of rich-not-robust women that is Cash & Rocket.
Hypocritical Duke and Duchess of Sussex deserve condemnation for indulging in £320,000 worth of private jet flights for their Jubilee trip; just who paid for these unwanted wastrels’ travels remains unknown.
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As the former “kinky MP” Harvey Proctor gets his job back with the Duke of Rutland, we remind readers of his history supporting apartheid, caning young men “for being naughty” and connections to mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
The BBC, MailOnline and The Times ought to explain why they don’t want to discuss Carrie Johnson and alleged corruption at the heart of government; that the PM thought he could get the state to pay his now wife £100,000 per annum is an outrage and the cover-up over it should be called out as such.