Social network Knightsbridge Village celebrated its first anniversary with a party at Theo Fennell in London
On 7th October, Knightsbridge Village, an invitation only social network for the “discerning mothers of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods”, celebrated their first anniversary at Theo Fennell in Fulham Road, South Kensington.
Founded by Nana Coles, membership of Knightsbridge Village costs £120 per annum and provides everything from discounts at restaurants such as Daphne’s and Le Caprice to access to a premium discussion portal.
Alongside jewellery displays by Theo Fennell, guests – who numbered interior designer Vanessa Brady OBE, Minto Pyramid Principle founder Barbara Minto and “It-Girl” Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, – enjoyed canapés, cup cakes and cocktails and toasted Nana Coles’ ongoing success.
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Tara. is yummy!
Yeah, especially around her bummy 🙂
Why does Daphne’s need to give discounts? Sounds very odd to me.
Fiona dear, do you think it could be because it’s now a bit passe?
Yet more drivel from you. You should be publishing articles supporting good people like Gerry and Kate and Leon Brittan.
Gillian Trot – are you by any chance referring to G & K McCann? You believe that this publication should support people who left their children (all under 4) alone for 5 nights whilst they went out to eat, in an apartment in Portugal with the door unlocked! I personally don’t think so!
I would not dream of leaving my child unattended whilst I went off boozing and carousing