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Tatler UK

November 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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
£3.99
£28.99
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
tatler contributors

Oli Kearon London-based photographer Oli Kearon is known for his stylish and theatrical images. His past subjects include Tracey Emin and Charles Jeffrey, and for this month’s cover story he adds Ellie Goulding to his CV. ‘Ellie was absolutely charming,’ he says, recalling the photoshoot in Gloucestershire. ‘She was super relaxed and easily got into character for our little fantasy.’ While the countryside assignment was idyllic, it wasn’t all plain sailing. ‘We had an army of red ants try to sabotage us at one point… Oh, the joys of location shoots!’ Janine di Giovanni Janine di Giovanni is an award-winning journalist and the author of 10 books – her latest, The Vanishing, about Christian communities in the Middle East, is out in December. In the Tatler Spa Guide 2021, she writes about California’s…

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1 min
girls just wanna have sun

After months of lockdowns and lateral flow tests, the smart set finally flocked back to the Mediterranean for the hottest summer yet. Lola Bute, Clara Paget, Mary Charteris and Cara Delevingne were among the It girls who sped off to Ibiza. The high-society clique spent their time relaxing on a yacht, and Jazzy de Lisser threw a raucous 30th birthday party that saw Adwoa Aboah transform the Butes’ terrace into a catwalk and Kate Moss twirl across the dancefloor with supermodel Jordan Barrett. Over in the Aegean, the Marquess of Blandford spent his 29th birthday with his wife, Camilla, and friends Lady Eliza Manners and Stanley Zhu, whizzing around Mykonos on quad bikes.…

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1 min
grecian turns

In Athens, the willowy Princess Olympia of Greece was exploring the capital (by Vespa, naturally) with her boyfriend, Peregrine Pearson, the heir to Cowdray Park. Two more in Greece in August were society jewellery designer Theodora Warre and Emily Forbes; exploring its pebble beaches, the model-like pair took to the water wearing matching black swimsuits. Further north, in Croatia, Delphi Primrose’s boyfriend, Freddy Knatchbull, had a raucous couple of weeks with his family on a catamaran. The holiday, Freddy tells Tatler, involved cliffjumping, waterskiing and plenty of long lunches. And in Hvar, the Knatchbull brood headed to celebrity hangout Carpe Diem, the glitzy island nightclub only accessible by boat.…

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1 min
from party isles to the big apple

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1 min
racy ladies

The sun was shining on the Duke of Richmond’s box at Glorious Goodwood on Ladies’ Day. Caroline Brooks, who arrived via helicopter to celebrate her 90th birthday, joined her daughter-in-law Rebekah, as well as an elated Rachel Hood, whose daughter Thea Gosden-Hood was joint winner of the Magnolia Cup with Candida Crawford. Samantha Cameron caught up with Jake Warren over beef carpaccio, Viscount Astor and Guy Sangster compared racing notes, and Beverley Knight sang with joy after receiving a winning tip from the Earl of March for the final race of the day.…

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3 min
toff gun

HARRY MOUNTBATTEN IS one cool cat: the 29-year-old Earl of Medina has that supreme marker of social standing – a pilot licence. In that, he’s like 28-year-old George Porchester, who once whisked a date off in his Piper Malibu just for supper, and Zander Warren – the 27-year-old son of the Queen’s bloodstock advisor John Warren – who’s another flier with a taste for thrills (he can perform barrel rolls, flipping the plane through 360 degrees). They’re part of a dashing clique: grandees who use their planes or helicopters to hop from one stately to another, or to make the journey to Ascot or Goodwood as seamless as possible. There is, after all, nothing more debonair than arriving by plane – if it’s you who’s flown it. It was Lord Medina’s…

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