Mandy Rice-Davies did look good for her age, but she also pegged it a few years ago, so it didn't do her much good. So many factors with women: babying them up, the change of life, smoking, lifestyle etc. Just look at the state of Linda Evangelista now.I arrived in England just after the scandal broke. Christine Keeler--a name I hadn't thought of in many a long year. I just saw a photo of her when she was 71. She had not aged well, to say the least. Mandy Rice-Davies, on the other hand, looked pretty good for an old broad in a photo taken of her when she was 68.
Yes compared to how well men look at that age.Mandy Rice-Davies did look good for her age, but she also pegged it a few years ago, so it didn't do her much good. So many factors with women: babying them up, the change of life, smoking, lifestyle etc. Just look at the state of Linda Evangelista now.
He recognized that instinct and for most people it was an adult fairy tale, but it helped at that time you could pick-up a chateau for the cost of a Birkenhead terrace house. Lots of Brits relocated or bought holiday homes and parts of France are really idyllic, but people forget large a country it is and how much effort if you're driving it will take to get there.Mayle tapped into that very British idea that the other man’s grass is always greener.
Relocate, or move house, and all your problems will be solved.
Unfortunately real life is not like that but it shifts books and generates lots of Tv programmes.
I thought he was already dead until I read the news this morningBilly Graham 99 years old. Came to Britain in 1950s when Christianity still prevalent.
Pal of Richard Nixon.
I always thought Nixon and Carter - Republican and Democrat were some of the last presidents not entirely owned by donors/lobbies.
Billy Graham was Protestant of course so I would not have much in common with his views. From the days when ‘We are Catholic’ was enough to see off pesky Mormons and Jehovahs Witnesses who rang on your doorbell. Fire and brimstone times - before Vatican 11 and liberation theology.
I should really write in to object to the BBC World Service feem toon, but I can’t be bothered.