Cheeky girls! Pals join Marquess of Blandford’s fiancee for hen-do

Cheeky girls! Pals join Marquess of Blandford’s flirty fiancee for hen-do featuring half-naked bow-tied waiters

Prince Harry’s wedding may be imminent but another aristocratic union stole the spotlight at the weekend.

Sparky interior designer Camilla Thorp, 31, who is engaged to the Duke of Marlborough’s son and heir the Marquess of Blandford, enjoyed a lively hen party that featured half-naked bow-tied waiters wearing backless aprons.

We have covered up their behinds with the Duke of Marlborough’s coat of arms to maintain decorum.

Aviation broker George Blandford, 25, who will inherit Blenheim Palace, started dating Camilla at the age of 16 after meeting through pals. Despite splitting briefly in 2015, they reunited after a few months and he proposed last November.

Camilla Thorp, 31, who is engaged to the Duke of Marlborough’s son and heir the Marquess of Blandford, enjoyed a lively hen party

Camilla was joined on her hen do by Ella May Sangster, granddaughter of the late horse-racing magnate Robert, and chocolate scion Jemima Cadbury.

It kicked off on Saturday with a relatively restrained flower arranging workshop in North London, followed by cocktails at a private residence where they were served by the underdressed waiters.

Festivities continued into the small hours at Mayfair private members’ club Annabel’s.

The party featured half-naked bow-tied waiters wearing backless aprons

The future marchioness, who attended £36,300-a-year Downe House School, is the daughter of architect James Thorp and interior designer Philippa.

Despite the apparent debauchery of Camilla’s hen do, her father-in-law-to-be, the Duke, might consider it a tame affair. Formerly described by his despairing father as the ‘black sheep’ of the family, Jamie once blew £20,000 on cocaine in four months during his hell-raising past.

Jenna Coleman posed with a large ‘baby bump’

Has Victoria’s Jenna Coleman been inspired by her royal alter ego?

The monarch had nine children and now the actress, who plays her in the first two series, is parading a baby bump on social media.

It was no doubt a relief to her real-life boyfriend Tom Hughes, who plays her husband Prince Albert in the ITV drama, that she clarifies it was a fake one used for her character in her new TV show, The Cry.

Sharing this snap from the set in Glasgow at the weekend, on the same day as her 32nd birthday, she jokes: ‘Spot of birth on the birthday.’

Model Yasmin Le Bon has hit back at former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman for claiming that women over 40 should be banned from wearing frills and bows.

‘I wear plenty of them. I think women should be able to wear whatever they want,’ the 53-year-old tells me at the Maison Alaia store launch in New Bond Street. ‘Anyway, it changes daily. I could go from wearing a man’s suit to a tutu.

‘People should feel free to express themselves however they want. We do feel free anyway — especially English people.’

Shulman ruffled feathers when she said frilly fabrics look ‘frightful’ on older women.

Broadcaster Mariella Frostrup insists she will not be giving up on her bikini at 55. ‘There are two words to strike fear in the heart of every mature woman: beach body.

You’d think I’d give in to “sensible” swimwear — but I refuse to be bullied out of my bikini. 

Having never enjoyed an Elle Macpherson-style physique, expecting me to step out flawless now is having a laugh.They say, “If you’ve got it, flaunt it” — and my retort is: Hell, even if you haven’t, flaunt it anyway!’


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