1963 The Divorce Case of The Duke and Dutchess of Argyll First; Some History -Converted to the Roman Catholic Church for her First Husband. After her first marriage with Charles Sweeny she was forever seen in society with glamour and …
The Duchess of Argyll is preparing to welcome crowds of people to the grounds of Inveraray Castle this weekend for a food and music festival. The two-day event on Saturday and Sunday celebrates traditional music, family fun and the pick of
The divorce of socialite Margaret Campbell — known as the Duchess of Argyll — from her husband shocked prim-and-proper Great Britain in 1963 when pictures emerged in court of her performing sex acts on an unidentified man, whose …
Powder Her Face is a darkly comic opera written in 1995 by Thomas Adès with a libretto by Philip Hensher inspired by the life and times of Margaret, Duchess of Argyll. Margaret was a famous British socialite, who burst on to the covers …
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was first married to an American amateur golfer. When they divorced, which was finalised in 1963, she married the 11th Duke of Argyll. The couple late
An infamous photo showing Margaret, Duchess of Argyll performing a sex act on a man shocked the nation when it was produced as evidence in her divorce proceedings. But the man’s head was cut off in the photo, leading to feverish …
The Duchess of Argyll's $157,000 stash of heirloom jewelry, reportedly lost at the Glasgow Airport six years ago, has finally been finally recovered. Among the goods lost was a Victorian era tiara and a Cartier broach (we'd kill to see that …
Five decades ago, scandal rocked British social circles when one of their own, Margaret Campbell, known as the Duchess of Argyll, was exposed in pictures of her and an unidentified man (whose head was cut out of the photos) performing …
WHEN the 12th Duke of Argyll's will was published last week, it revealed he had left a mere pound sterling100,000 to his widow. The sum was derided as small change, while the disposal through a trust of Inveraray Castle, its grounds and …
One of Argyll’s most influential figures has accepted an invitation to join a local tourism body. The Duchess of Argyll will join the board of Argyll and the Isles Tourism Co-operative (AITC) in the role of honorary chairwoman, helping to …