But, they tell Jane Dismore, their role today is far from tiaras and titles THE DUCHESS OF ARGYLL Eleanor Cadbury married Torquhil Ian Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll and head of one of Scotland’s most powerful …
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
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 …
The Dowager Duchess of Argyll mislaid a bag containing five pieces — including a Victorian diamond tiara and Cartier brooch, right — at Glasgow Airport in 2006. She offered a reward but when they turned up they were …
We also have the cadaverous and fleeting presence of our ‘protagonist’ (based, we are told, on the fascinating Margaret Campbell, the Duchess of Argyll), of whom ... which themselves are never made explicit, let alone …
This smaller than life-size portrait by Gerald Leslie Brockhurst depicts the socialite Margaret Sweeney, Duchess of Argyll (1912–1993) against a background comprising a dark sky and a landscape of mountains and lakes. …
Margaret, the Duchess of Argyll, was photographed performing a sex act on the "headless man" - so-called …
Look at the famous faces behind the boxes. On the left, Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, who gathered 50,000 of the signatures in London, although she later became infamous for her enthusiastic collecting of lovers. Loading …
Colonel
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 …
Andrew Montgomery
The Princess Louise (born Louise Caroline Alberta, also known as Marchioness of Lorne and Duchess of Argyll by marriage; 18 March 1848 – 3 December 1939) was a member of the British Royal Family, the sixth child …
The Gunning sisters: Maria, Countess of Coventry (1733-1760) and Elizabeth, Duchess of Argyll (1734-1790), Mezzotints by John Finlayson (Maria, on the left, or top, depending on your device) published in 1771, …