“When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the luncheon after their wedding at Windsor Castle, the newlyweds hopped into a snazzy vintage Jaguar that looked straight out of a James Bond movie.”
Harry rented a Jaguar E-Type for the classic drive, where the Prince takes Beauty to his castle for the honeymoon. This replicates my James Bond revival, where I have my female Bond driving a Jaguar. This is also a profound synchronicity, and more than a coincidence, that involves the sad fate, of Nina Aga Khan, who I resurrect from the dead. I identify Nina as the model for Teresa Bond the beloved wife of James Bond. Victoria Bond is her granddaughter. I employ Lara Roozemond as my model for Victoria, and Rena Easton. These two beautiful women will forever be connected to the House of Windsor. Meghan was a model, and an actress, who directed much of her showcase wedding. Her lone entrance, was dramatic! Meghan gave up a modeling career. I place her amongst some famous models of the past.
This is a fantastic validation! The Dutchess of Sussex is another model for Victoria Bond. I needed this verification, because I conclude I have been sabotaged by the woman who took my sister’s place in the Rosamond gallery. My aunt Lillian told me Stacey Pierrot was an heiress. She made a point of telling me she was poor. My sister Vicki asked me to take down my review of Pierrot’s book she hired a ghost writer to author. He is another candidate for saboteur. These two saw themselves walking down a red carpet at the premiering of their movie. I suspect the turned my muses against me.
There is no explanation why Rena and Lara turned down a opportunity of a lifetime. Vicki told me Christine was going to expose the sexual abuse of family members in her autobiography that was disappeared. Did Pierrot come to own it? It’s hard to believe that a woman would want to capture the persona and the fame of a dead person, and carry on in her place. Pierrot is not an artist, or a poet. Rena and Lara would be seen as the competition for the limelight.
After tying the knot in a beautiful ceremony, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reemerged in Windsor last night ready for their reception at Frogmore House. The groom appeared in a slick tux and the bride stunned in a streamlined Stella McCartney dress as they headed into their getaway car: a sleek Jaguar convertible.
The silver-blue top down was a Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, Kensington Palace announced yesterday. The model was originally manufactured in 1968, but it was converted to use electric power, a notable eco-friendly choice for the couple.
Harry and Meghan reportedly rented the car for the day, according to The Sun, but it usually retails at about $471,000.
Since the dawn of human history, there have been beautiful, rich women who seem to ‘have it all’. Some have created enduring ripples (Daisy Fellowes), some have chosen to look beyond their comfortable existence (Millicent Rogers). Even with the current batch of socialites, it can feel like they will linger forever (hardly a thought that fills me with joy….). Having said that, you can seem blessed but you can still be written out of history. Just look at the life, death and blackout of Nina Dyer.
Born Nina Sheila Dyer on 15 February 1930 in Sri Lanka. Her family were wealthy thanks to their tea plantation. Seeking more stimulation, Dyer moved first to London and then Paris for her modelling career.
I have offered wondered what is it about young socialite girls that they have it imprinted into their DNA that if you want to make your own money/career/identity. You become a model, well I cannot pretend to care what the current batch of wannabe supermodels. In the case of Nina Dyer, she appears to have been met with relative success, where she was hired by Pierre Balmain (she would return the favour in later years as client of his couture). Certainly she was a striking, stunning girl, who could have been a photogenic model regardless of her background.
At only 17, Dyer began an affair with Baron Von Thyssen, then the wealthiest man in Europe. To say he was bewitched by his teenage lover would be a grand understatement, even purchasing a Caribbean island for Valentines day (In which she would swim nude, shocking the press in the process). Of the many spectacular gifts, the Baron gifted his beloved with a pair of Panthers. These creatures may have started off as an exotic token of affection, but they ended up forming part of her visual legacy. So very lovesick was Thyssen, that he left his wife (an Austrian princess, no less) and they wed in 1954. This was not to be the fairy tale ending where the prince and the princess live in their luxurious castle forever. After a mere three months of marriage, it was all over. Dyer decided that she preferred the company of a wildly attractive actor, closer to her own age than her more sensible husband. I guess now that they were a respectable married couple, the spark of the taboo was lost and sadly her interest in her Baron. She received a divorce settlement of $2.8 million, that would be approximately £200 million today!
In 1957, Dyer tried matrimony again when she wed Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan. She converted to Islam and took the name Shirin. On the surface they lived a charmed life, Aga Khan was appointed as the Special Envoy for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. They relocated to Paris, where Dyer tried to regenerate her modelling career. Plus when you are so fabulously wealthy, you can picture Dyer wandering around the Place Vendome, visiting the best luxury boutiques, and generally the peaks of privilege. It would appear to be not all was well, the couple rarely saw each other. After 5 years, they too divorced. Dyer received another astonishing settlement $1.4 million.
So far,it would appear that Dyer was on top of the world. More money that she knew what to do with, beautiful, and blessed with exceptional taste. How many woman can claim to be a top client of Cartier jewellery? Her most famous pieces included a three stranded black pearl necklace and a Panther set (a nod to her prized Panthers who brought destruction to all the hotel rooms they visited, as wild animals will do) a gift from the Aga Khan. Still appearances can be deceptive, Dyer seems to have had few friends and without children and her modelling career was dead in the water. Since there is very little known about Dyer’s inner most feelings, one can only speculate as to what was at the heart of her actions. Maybe she craved a family, maybe she was insecure and felt that with two failed marriages that she would ‘be left on the shelf’. Where feelings of depression are concerned, there is no rhyme, reason, logic or obvious source of strife. We can never know what Dyer felt or what she wanted from her life.
Tragically She killed herself on 3rd July 1965 aged only 35, overdosing on sleeping pills. When someone dies young it is always a sad event, what is most sad about Dyer is how she seems to have been forgotten. Sources for this entry are very few and far between. Maybe she will be rediscovered and more light can be shed on this sad lady who had everything given to her, yet could not find peace and happiness.
Serena Victoria Eastman could not get to Osborne House fast enough. When she got behind the wheel of her 1961 Jaguar she named ‘Grey Cloud’ the young women who picked her up at the airport tried not to show that she had been warned. She was two shades a pale grey when they arrived at the palace built for Victoria and Albert. She tried to keep up on unsteady legs. The blood was returning to her hands now that she unloosened her grip. As they made their way into the basement she realized she had an experience better than sex. She was a virgin. All her blood veins were alive with an energy she did not know existed. She felt adventurous, and nauseous. She knew she would never be the same.
The character for James Bond is based upon two people, Baron von Thyssen, and Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart Le Prince La-Lanne Mirrlees, who was the Rouge Serpent. Teresa Bond is also based on two women who were fashion models. Bond saves Nina Dyer, who committed suicide in real life. The Baron seduced her when she was 17. She owned a 1962 Jaguar E-Type and two black panthers. This Jaguar was lost – and now found!
I almost included a picture of Grey Cloud in the post where Victoria Theresa Bond enters the office of the head of the College of Arms. I wondered why I had her eyes closed. Today, they are fully open, for she is Sleeping Beauty who Grimm names ‘Rosamond;. This is truly extraordinary! Am I channeling Nina? Has she been contacting me from – beyond? That I employed my fashion model muse, Lara Roozemond, to go deeper into the Labyrinth, tells me there is some hidden truth to be discovered. What if Nina was the Baron’s mistress, and she became pregnant? Ian Flemming has Tracy’s child dying. What if Nina was murdered – while she was pregnant? Barron von Thyssen had married royal women, included a Habsburg, who would not want a pretender to any throne, especially if she converted to Islam.
The Baron’s son directed Dedales ‘The Labyrinth’. There are art dealers and family founded museums. There is a bond with a Onassis. These are the people who would build a very Royal Ark. Consider our President and all the beautiful women he has captured. I have found perhaps the wealthiest family in the world to go with the Mellons and Gettys. I know Ian Fleming was aware of this family. Was he spying on them?
I titled Lara Roozemond a ‘Pre-Raphaelite Poet’ because I want her to try for grant from the Mellon Foundation. I am certain we are related – now! I am tailor-fitting a Bond Woman around Lara. The world wants to see a woman champion these beauty pageant contestants that Russia is using to overcome the world. Trump has emulated what the rich and powerful have been doing with Beauty for thousands of years.
I intuitively snipped this unflattering image of Lara. I wanted to capture Audrey Hepburn in the mirror. There is a witch in all women. This is why I love them nearly to death!
“Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Who’s the fairest of them all?”
‘The Royal Janitor’
Sabrina Victoria Eastman could not get to Osborne House fast enough. When she got behind the wheel of her 1961 Jaguar she named ‘Grey Cloud’ the young women who picked her up at the airport tried not to show that she had been warned. She was two shades a pale grey when they arrived at the palace built for Victoria and Albert. She tried to keep up on unsteady legs. The blood was returning to her hands now that she unloosened her grip. As they made their way into the basement she realized she had an experience better than sex. She was a virgin. All her blood veins were alive with an energy she did not know existed. She felt adventurous, and nauseous. She knew she would never be the same.
At the stainless steel door, Sabrina stopped, pointed up, and asked;
“What does that say?”
It says……….”I can tell that you are quite left-leaning.”
“Why is it there?” Sabrina asked.
“To remind us to never underestimate anyone. And, never think for a second a whacked-out poet-artist and Bohemian type, is not a true patriot.”
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