Tatler UK January 2021

Tatler is mischievous, glamorous, intelligent and fun, providing an insider’s view of what is really happening in British society with a compelling mix of fashion, the arts, politics, people, parties and glamour.

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Rachel Bakewell Fashion stylist Rachel Bakewell has worked with many top titles, including international editions of Vogue. For this month’s fashion story, she headed to Kent armed with suitcases full of silk headscarves and floral print for a countryside-chic extravaganza. ‘The shoot went extremely well,’ Rachel says. Not only did she fall in love with the location, but she also had to style an unexpected guest: ‘We were surprised and unaware that they had a horse, but we just had to get him in one of the shots! He was very camera-ready and knew exactly where to look.’ Mary Greenwell Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth Hurley and Jessica Chastain all have make-up artist Mary Greenwell on speed dial. For this month’s cover story, she went to Longleat to work her magic on the Marchioness of…

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the vow factor

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi & Princess Beatrice of York Bea wed her property-developer beau at The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor, away from the prying eyes of paparazzi and crowds. Sadly, due to the wedding’s Instagram ban, Alice Naylor-Leyland’s tablescapes for the reception at Royal Lodge will not enter the annals of history. Timothy Vesterberg & Flora Ogilvy Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter Flora wed Swedish financier Timothy in September. Dressed in an elegant Emilia Wickstead gown, Flora made her vows in the ornate Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace. The couple now have their sights set on a spectacular marriage celebration in 2021. The Marquess of Worcester & Lucy Yorke-Long Thirty (and no more) of Bobby and Lucy’s family and friends enjoyed the beautiful views from Badminton House on their wedding day. As the sun…

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prime positions

TO UNDERSTAND BORIS Johnson, you have to understand his favourite movie scene. During his bid for Tory leadership in 2019, he revealed it to be ‘the multiple retribution killings at the end of The Godfather’. It was a window into how much the prime minister values the code of honour that, over all other attributes, binds his web of allies. As one of his trusted supporters puts it: ‘Loyalty is what matters above all else. Boris gets that, and so do all the people around him. They’re bound together in a deep belief in him.’ That is why his personal and professional networks are so tightly interwoven: from his years in journalism, City Hall and the Vote Leave campaign, those whom Boris truly trusts have been rewarded with influence since he entered…

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catching the euro stars

LAPO ELKANN Lapo (named after a 12th-century Italian poet) is the reformed playboy heir to the Fiat empire – although he prefers to drive a Ferrari. The 43-year-old Italian has given up his role in the family company, focusing instead on amassing an enormous contemporary-art collection, as well as on philanthropic ventures, through his foundation, LAPS. PRINCE JONATHAN DORIA PAMPHILJ Prominent LGBTQ+ rights campaigner Jonathan, 57, lives in one of Rome’s most glamorous palaces with his husband, Elson Edeno Braga, and their two children. He and his sister, both British-born and adopted into Italian aristocracy, made national headlines when she began a battle effectively to stop his children inheriting a share of a £1 billion inheritance, but in 2010, a tribunal in Rome ruled that she had no right to bring the case…

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THE ROYAL REVIEW There was enough drama in 2020 for a whole series of The Crown, from Megxit to Princess Beatrice’s secret wedding, Princess Eugenie’s baby news, and the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge’s brushes with Covid-19. What will 2021 bring for the Royal Family? WHAT A FRILL A spotlight on the costumes from Bridgerton, Netflix’s new Gossip Girl-meets-Regency series LOCKDOWN LOVERS The glamorous society brides who wouldn’t let a pandemic stop them saying ‘I do’ MODEL MARCHIONESS Tatler’s January cover star, the Marchioness of Bath, on lockdown with the Longleat lions THE GREAT ESCAPE Time to plan a holiday again? Here are the must-visit destinations on our radar for 2021 tatler.com PHOTOGRAPHS: CHRIS JACKSON/GETTY IMAGES; DAVE BENETT/GETTY IMAGES; INSTAGRAM/@FLORAVESTERBERG; KIEV.VICTOR/SHUTTERSTOCK; LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX…

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victory in the kitchen

ON VE DAY 1945, WINSTON Churchill and his Downing Street coterie were, like the rest of the world, exhausted. But after he gave his victory speech up above the cheering crowds gathered on Whitehall, he knew who particularly deserved his gratitude. The prime minister broke away from the group surrounding him and went over to a widowed 63-year-old grandmother named Georgina Landemare. He shook her hand, beamed and told her he could never have done it without her. Georgina was Churchill’s cook, and she would treasure this moment for the rest of her life, referring proudly to her ‘war work’. Georgina rarely spoke of the years she spent with the Churchills, despite constant interest. However, in 1977 she did write a memoir – but it never saw the light of day. Told…