SHE was known as the Dirty Duchess after her split from the 11th Duke of Argyll led to a bitter and scandalous …
It’s not every day that duchesses go around losing diamond tiaras (at least, not that we know of), so when the Duchess of Argyll lost a bag with the tiara and three other precious jewelry items at the Glasgow Airport, she was a bit distraught.
Last night’s event is said to have been an emotional one – and undestandably so. The highlight of the evening was the gift from the Duke and Duchess of Argyll to Andrew of an oil painting of Inveraray Castle by the well known Argyll colourist ...
The inspiration for “Powder” was Margaret Campbell, the Duchess of Argyll, whose death in 1993 brought an end to what sounds like one of the raciest, most far-flung erotic lives of the 20th century (and yes, I’m including Alma Mahler in that …
Nicole, Duchess of Bedford was the third wife of Ian ... When Nicole accepted, the notorious Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, cabled the Duke: “Why marry her when you can have me?” The Duke and Nicole married at Woburn Abbey in a …
The subject matter was also cannily chosen: the infamously lubricious Margaret Whigham, Duchess of Argyll (1912-1993), whose sensational 1963 divorce trial made headlines. The judge, Lord Wheatley, handed down a 65,000-word …
William – or the Earl of Strathearn as he is titled in Scotland – has become patron of the Thin Red Line Appeal, which is working to secure the future of The Argyll and Sutherland ... Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and …
The couple ended their visit to the country with a formal reception on board HMS Argyll, moored in Cartagena. The prince and duchess will begin a four-day tour of Mexico on Sunday. The event on board HMS Argyll, which marked the end …
A mere £2.8million will buy the property where Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was caught on polaroid camera wearing only a string of pearls performing fellatio on a mystery man in the tiled art-deco bathroom. Her husband the Duke of Argyll
For an appeal by founder Olive Lomas for aid was taken up by Margaret, the millionaire Duchess of Argyll. And she paid a visit to the sanctuary at Edenfield, near Ramsbottom, in the summer of 1968, saying hello to the animals in the muddy …