Sir Christopher and Lady Meyer

Sir Christopher and Lady Meyer love the media circuit and television sofas. He’s best known for wearing red socks and she generally sports Chanel. There’s not much more to say really other than: AVOID, AVOID, AVOID.

 

  1. Is she trying to flog that mobile phone in her hand to somebody? Ridiculous woman – I hear she was very rude to someone in a restaurant the other day without any need for it.

  2. The butcher, The baker, The Candlestick-maker, They all jumped out of a rotten potato. Tony Blair started the trend of politicians mixing and becoming celebrities. Sally Bercow, (wife of the speaker) queen of Channel 5 Reality Television. It is shameless self promotion.

    • He spouts on about his views on politics and anything else that they’ll pay him for. She claims to run a charity but is better known for going shopping at Chanel (the Telegraph once called her the ‘Chanel-clad Meyer’). They were very rude to people I know in the early 2000s and for that reason I find them utterly repugnant.

  3. I came across Catherine Meyer back when she was in the world of finance. Never have I witnessed a more ruthless operator. It seems that nothing has changed. She had ambition and drive and the bitterness of those here against her proves only that she’s done well. Congratulations Catherine.

  4. How dare you attack these heroes. Sir Christopher and Lady Catherine are delightful people who care about missing children like Madeleine McCann. Their support for the dearly beloved child and my wonderful Gerry and Kate McCann is what you should focus on.

    • Heroes my arse! Catherine is one of the commonest people I’ve ever encountered and she puts herself on a pedestal nonetheless. Christopher has a brain at least but he’s been put under so much pressure by her determination to live the high life that he is a wounded man. He cannot even tie his shoe laces without her dogging him about spending yet more money on new houses, etc. She decorates with Ralph Lauren for one reason only… And we all know the truth about that.

  5. Mmmmh that may well have been me unless she makes a habit of it ! Put me right of my French breakfast radishes with crusty bread!

  6. I really like Catherine. She is a trouper and works tirelessly. You people, you people have got her all wrong. Please research and you’ll find out.

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