The Duchess is based on Margaret Whigham, who boasted Hollywood stars and British cabinet ministers among her reported 88 lovers. Her marriage to the Duke of Argyll ended in a sensational divorce after the Duke found in his wife’s …
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 …
A FORMER Tory minister has been implicated in the Duchess of Argyll's "headless man" sex scandal of the 1960s. …
Viscountess Petersham and the Duchess of Argyll arrived in the final carriage in today’s opening procession. Viscountess Petersham (whose first name is Candida and is married to Viscountess Linley’s brother William) topped her pink boucle …
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Margaret was the only child of Helen Mann Hannay and George Hay Whigham, a [3] In 1928, David Niven seduced the 15-year-old Margaret Whigham, during a holiday at Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. To the fury of her father, she became …
Campbell’s many dalliances earned her the title of “the Dirty Duchess,” most infamously during her divorce from the Duke of Argyll in 1963. Suspecting her of infidelity, the duke launched an investigation that resulted in the discovery of a set …
Hensher, who became the librettist for the opera Adès composed, suggested that the scandalous 1963 divorce case of the Duchess of Argyll would make a terrific subject for an opera. As Hensher observes in program notes for West Edge …
The stage is fixed capital; the marginal product of the 26th naked actor is negative — the production would be severely disrupted if an actor fell off the stage. Since the opera is about the “sex-crazed Duchess of Argyll,” presumably the …
Duke and Duchess of Argyll. Location of events unknown. Duke & Duchess of Argyll (actually notes say Argyle but I have heard of Dukes of Argyll; and not of the other) preside at festival; or some such event. Shot of Duke & Duchess; …