Because you can't have depths without surfaces.
Linda Grant, thinking about clothes, books and other matters.

Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Not perfect, but she brightened things up

I have an alibi, Mr Fayed

crocodile wife

7 comments:

Deja Pseu said...

I guess the heart wants what the heart wants, beauty be damned. And in a way, that's encouraging.

Anonymous said...

She was at her most beautiful in those Testino shots for VF.
Fay

Toby Wollin said...

and Deja - I think what the "heart" wanted was someone who was not going to eclipse him or even attract attention away from him. I don't think his ego could handle it.

enc said...
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enc said...

Everyone else has already said what I thought.

jakjak said...

Diana was beautiful to look at and possibly treated quite badly but I feel the Camilla and Charles story to be a real true-love story. Also Camilla was quite a looker in her youth too.

Linda Grant said...

You're leaving out the national interest. Diana brought style and dress sense to the royal family and hence to Britain.

My hairdresser cut Camilla's hair in the mid seventies and she liked the style so much, she never changed it.