Lord George & Lady Blanche

  • Posted on 23rd August 2017 by Louise Rosen
  • Deceptively traditional, Lord George is a perfect reminder that one should be aware of appearances.
    He himself maintains that one should never be able to divine what a man is thinking. This ability being, of course, the key to a happy marriage.

    Honourable, to a tee, his fidelity to King and Country is resolute. His penchant for muttering “the flesh is weak” over the breakfast kippers is entirely without explanation.

    The Revenge of Lady Blanche


    Lady Blanche is a picture of devotion, charm – and criminal intentions. A social butterfly with a dangerous bite one might say. Shakespeare did try to warn us “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”.

    Indeed, a woman does always know. Lady Blanche wishes, oh how she wishes! that she did not. The real crime you see is the inelegance of not having kept all of this where it belongs – in the dark, with the lights off! (Cross her at your peril.)
     
    Lord George & Lady Blanche
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