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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 speculation as to …
The Daily Express · 12/29/2013
All the participants are now dead. The sensation of Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, and the so-called headless man is as historical as the assassination of JFK. Yet despite the now ancient vintage of the 1963 scandal, it persists in its fascination.
Irish Independent · 1/5/2014
HERE is the statue story: AN interesting connection between the City of Lichfield and Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll, whose death was reported on Sunday, has been furnished to the "Mercury" by Alderman J.H. Bridgeman, who remembers as far back …
lichfieldmercury.co.uk · 12/7/2014
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Based on the sensationalized 1963 divorce trial of Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, “Powder Her Face” explores themes of sexuality, gender, class, betrayal, and hypocrisy. While its characters are two-dimensional, and its plot is choppy and ...
Back Stage · 2/16/2013
NEW YORK (AP) — Thomas Ades wanted to be provocative in his first opera, "Powder Her Face," when he composed a scene in which he musically depicts a sex act between the Duchess of Argyll and a waiter. Not enough for director Jay Scheib, who …
bigstory.ap.org · ByRonald Blum · 2/17/2013
Or if David Mellor would have had to fall on his sword? Would the Duchess of Argyll and the photo of her with her mysterious lover, the “headless man”, produced at her divorce proceedings have become a cause célèbre? I suspect the French would have ...
Telegraph · 1/12/2014
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.
The Consumerist · ByMary Beth Quirk · 6/20/2012
After losing precious family jewels in an airport six years ago, Britain's Duchess of Argyll spotted the $157,000 heirloom tiara and jewels she lost in a Scottish auction catalog, according to ABC News. The duchess has now been reunited with her tiara ...
The Business Insider · ByMeredith Galante · 6/20/2012
BUNGLING airport bosses flogged £100,000-worth of jewellery owned by the Duchess of Argyll for £5000 after it turned up in their lost property office. BUNGLING airport bosses flogged £100,000-worth of jewellery owned by the Duchess of Argyll for £5000 ...
Daily Record · 6/19/2012
The horrible person in question is Ethel Margaret Whigham, the fashionable debutante who became the Duchess of Argyll by her second marriage in 1951, and was divorced twelve years later following a trial that evidently handed the London tabloids almost ...
The New York Review of Books · 2/19/2013

Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll

Duchess of Argyll
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was a well-known British socialite, best remembered for a celebrated divorce case in 1963 from her second hu…
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was a well-known British socialite, best remembered for a celebrated divorce case in 1963 from her second husband, the 11th Duke of Argyll, which featured salacious photographs and scandalous stories.
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