Lady Lucan (AKA “Fie”, née Anne-Sofie Foghsgaard)

Fie FoghsgaardThis Danish cracker shoots competitively worldwide and runs a bespoke shooting agency named Fie’s Club. In June 2014, the Financial Times’ ‘How To Spend It’ described Gordonstoun educated Anne-Sofie Lucan as having “an unpronounceable [Danish] surname that “through some linguistic quirk her speech is utterly unaccented”. They went on to add that “she seems to lead her life in a perpetual state of euphoria so much so that even the hardened dysphoric cannot help breaking into a broad smile in her company”. The first ever female to win the City Shooting Championships and fluent in five languages, Lady Lucan also cuts a great body double for Katy Perry at parties.

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. Matthew I did not not know much of this about Fie, but can certainly vouch for her infectious laugh and mannerisms. Also, yes, Katy Perry – beware!! lol Bx

  2. Bridget….I am not sure what you are attempting to Convey to us all but I don’t ‘get’ it.
    you just seem as if you cannot express yourself in HM’s English.

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