Dorset mansion built by Bastards that has been the setting of a bitter familial feud for sale for the first time since 1846
Termed “the first female oligarch”, Goga Ashkenazi made her first fortune in oil and gas before moving into fashion after buying Vionnet in 2012.
RISING STARS: MEDIA
Ethnobotanist, TV presenter and garden designer James Wong is the author of Grow Your Own Drugs.
Famous for their raucous parties, Lady Alice, Lady Eliza and Lady Violet Manners are the daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland.
DYNASTIES AND GRANDEES
Oxford educated petrolhead HRH Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud is married to the Duke of Northumberland’s niece and counts Jeremy Clarkson amongst his friends.
‘The Steeple Times’ highlights a shadowy evil lurking in our midst in Europe: Stille Hilfe
A £1.15 million ex-council flat sums up just how bonkers the Chelsea property market truly is
Matthew Steeples salutes the independence of Douglas Carswell MP and praises his having rejected Nigel Farage’s demand that he take £650,000 in “Short money”
The Duchess of Cornwall samples a gin and champagne cocktail named in her honour
Chelsea institution Poissonnerie de l’Avenue to close after 53 years in business on 24th May
Chef and Palestine on a Plate app creator Joudie Kalla shares a recipe for steak tartare that she was introduced to at the Hotel De Vigny in Paris
Minute 1-bedroom Knightsbridge mews house comes to the market for an astounding £3.75 million
A £25 million Westminster house that was the scene of all things scandalous
Five British mansions that require new owners with bottomless pockets for sale at prices from £950,000 to over £10 million
‘The Steeple Times’ asks conductor, keyboard player and historical performance specialist Ian Peter Bugeja: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”
The Steeple Times asks mental health issues campaigner Rob Howell: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”
Classic clangers from the last week
New contributor trainer Victoria Haigh reports from Longchamp
An image of a newly married couple with a zebra they’d just killed shows disrespect for the institution of marriage as much as for the prey the pair have just killed
Running shoes in which Sir Roger Bannister became the first man to run a sub four-minute mile to be sold for £30,000 to £50,000 in the Christie’s ‘Out of the Ordinary’ sale
An unusual way of describing something worthless
Helium loving Paul O’Grady should follow his own words, get on his bike and leave Britain
The lack of reporting on the real reasons for the ever so brief rise and ever so quick fall of Chuka Umunna MP is telling