magazine ∣ Feb 01 2021 · Tatler UK
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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.
The BYSTANDER Everything about everybody everywhere
Among friends • Prince Charles and Camilla surround themselves with a tight-knit social circle. But who are the cream of the Cornwalls’ clique?
Diary of a Gen-Z prohibition partygoer • It was the 1920s throwback nobody expected – the return of the prohibition party scene. A mystery guest reports on the social set’s new speakeasies
UPPER CRUFTS • Lockdown’s not so bad with a pedigree chum. Though they do say owners start to resemble their dogs. Can you tell?
Very English scandals • Netflix drama Bridgerton has been called Gossip Girl for the Regency era – 100 years after a certain magazine first began airing society’s dirty laundry
SCENE WITH SABINE • After the annus horribilis of 2020, Sabine Getty is inspired by the belle époque as she imagines the party to make up for all parties
From bad to verse • After her father’s murder, Arch Hades fled St Petersburg for England. Boarding school, a young marriage and divorce have all given her ample material to lead Britain’s new wave of ‘Instapoets’
A blooming relationship • With a shared love for the elegant anemone, Perrier-Jouët has teamed up with McQueens Flowers for an unforgettably romantic Valentine’s Day
CHANGING OF THE GARDEN • The ever-evolving gardens at the Marquis of Lansdowne’s Wiltshire estate are a family project that spans centuries
PEER PRESSURE • Lording from home can be a chore when the peer-topeer network goes down. Patrick Kidd exposes dodgy connections in the smart end of Parliament
WORKING TITLES • The Earl of Devon has shown an entrepreneurial approach to keeping his castle in the family
One in a Mil • With Grace Kelly as a godmother and Frank Sinatra as a childhood friend, life was already extraordinary. Then came a diagnosis of terminal cancer. How am I coping? I’m doing it my way
Dedicated follower • Fashion trends fit for a princess – both on and off duty
NECK’S BEST THING
Best Brits • Chandler Tregaskes shines a spotlight on Northamptonshire, the county that was well-heeled long before the days of Diana
WRITTEN IN THE STARS • SHE MAY BE ‘INTIMIDATING’, BUT DAISY RIDLEY DIDN’T BECOME A JEDI BY BEING A WALLFLOWER. ON A MISSION TO A GALAXY NOT SO VERY FAR AWAY (HAMPSTEAD HEATH), THE ACTRESS TALKS TO TOM LAMONT ABOUT COMING BACK DOWN TO EARTH
The country house awards • They’re the estates where the silver shines, the shooting is second to none and the guest list is as glittering as the family jewels. Tatler presents its pick of the best country houses in the land – how many have you spent the weekend in?
The lady is a punk • A glittering gown with chunky chains. Prim pearls with bold-faced make-up. This season’s most glamorous styles rock unexpected edge
Our man in Westminster • Tea at Highgrove, tennis with Boris and his own luxury concierge business – Ben Elliot had the kind of lifestyle even his super-rich clients envied. But in taking on a tough role in government, has he kissed all that goodbye?
MEET THE IN-LAWS • WHEN BROOKLYN BECKHAM PROPOSED TO ACTRESS AND HEIRESS NICOLA PELTZ LAST YEAR, THE SPOTLIGHT TURNED ON HER FABULOUSLY RICH AND NOTORIOUSLY PRIVATE FAMILY. BUT JUST WHAT KIND OF DYNASTY IS THE GROOM-TO-BE MARRYING INTO? BY BEN WIDDICOMBE
Reset the clock.
A CUT ABOVE • Once reviled as the ultimate hair-don’t, a style best left in the Eighties, the mullet is back – and the cut of choice for 2021. Chop,...