Now Voyager. New Year’s Eve 2011.

Dear Rowley, Happy New Year darling. Do you have any resolutions? E. M. Forster had it so right: ‘only connect’. My resolution is to communicate in person or on the telephone and not in cyber space. It is one of … Continue reading

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Extended Family. August 2011.

Dear Rowley, I do think slogan T-shirts should be discouraged, don’t you? I walked past a big-boned broad with a face like a robber’s dog chewing a wasp yesterday. Her T-shirt – stretched out across two zeppelins and as tight … Continue reading

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Marvellous Millinery 17th May 2011

Dear Rowley, Glorious tintonabulations, my BBC partner-in-crime at Royal Ascot Suzi Perry flies in this morning to start a marathon of fittings with designers and milliners for this year’s Royal Meeting. Suzi is quite simply one of my favourite people … Continue reading

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It’s A Riot January 2011

Dear Rowley, An interesting lecture at the English Speaking Union last night on the invitation of Liz who is one of the Gorgeous Georges. It’s the only Union I want to join. I invited Helen from the Royal Opera House … Continue reading

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