Whilst the Chelsea Arts Club is right to put on a bit of Moulin Rouge this season, Petra Ecclestone’s show next door is nothing but gaudy
In their final outing of the year, the Chelsea Arts Club have decorated their façade with a theme based upon Moulin Rouge. It stands out but it has been done in a classy style. Next door, however, Petra Ecclestone – now dating a dodgy electrician whose father is a convicted criminal – decided to do something different and put up a whole array of decorations.
Supposedly not even in the house but instead in LA, this rich woman’s tacky set of lights glares out into the night sky and no doubt proceeds a carbon footprint that could match a power station.
One neighbour, who prefer not to be named, commented: “The woman is not even in the building yet likes to leave all those lights on. It’s ridiculous. She’s got more money than sense and is considered the Hyacinth Bucket of the locality.”
Meanwhile elsewhere, Miss Ecclestone’s ex, James Stunt, has taken up residence in a most civilised abode in Belgravia. He read about it in The Steeple Times before proceeding to purchase.
Pictures by legendary ‘photographer to the stars’ John Stoddart.
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