In this issue of The Lady : Dear Readers, "I know I am rude," the Duke of Edinburgh once admitted. "But it is fun." Yes, there is something deliciously cheeky about Prince Philip, who turned 94 this year. He puts his foot in it and
then shrugs off the opprobrium. He refuses to tolerate the wafflers and the wishy-washy. Ultimately, he speaks his mind. On page 16, Nigel Cawthorne celebrates a right royal wit and brings together some of the prince’s classic quotes. We also have our Modern Manners expert Thomas Blaikie’s rulings on that very British phenomenon:
bickering over garden boundaries; a glamorous portrait of former Vogue cover girl Marie Helvin at 62, and an audience with dance aficionado and Britain’s most waspish judge, Craig Revel Horwood.
And of course there’s more to The Lady than just the magazine. If you’ve read your copy by day two, you can always find plenty to keep you going on our website (www.lady.co.uk), not least our celebrated agony aunt, Patricia Marie, who is always happy to get stuck into your most devilish dilemmas. Go on, give it a whirl. Very best wishes, Matt Warren, Editor
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