The Merry Wives of Windsor. October 2011.

Dear Rowley, There isn’t a country in the world that can beat England luxuriating in the light of an Indian Summer. Bloomsbury could have been twinned with Biarritz this week. I popped into Pret this morning for my ‘white that’s … Continue reading

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Met Ball May 2011

Dear Rowley, So it’s curtains for Osama Bin Laden. It has always struck me that he looked rather docile and beatific to be the personification of evil but that just shows how wrong you can be. Look at Simon Cowell. … Continue reading

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10.10.10.

Dearest Rowley, The great day arrived and where were you? Mrs T and I both said how much you would have adored the grand opening of the Savoy after a two-year delay and about £150 million over budget. Well, nobody’s … Continue reading

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