Naked photos, X-rated party games and a rumoured rock star lover: what did the original royal party girl really get up to on her Caribbean hideaway? When Princess Margaret first visited Mustique there was no electricity or even running water on the Caribbean island. In fact, such escapism did Mustique offer Margaret that she made it her second home for nearly 30 years — and turned it into her personal party venue where she could behave outrageously away from prying eyes… well, most of the time. After seeing Margaret fall in love with Mustique during her first visit, Lord Glenconner gifted her a plot of land as a wedding present and offered to build her a house.
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All rights reserved. Prince Charles faced his own naked embarrassment in when a German tabloid published a nude photo of the Prince vacationing in southern France. British tabloids refused to run the photos which were grainy and taken with a long lens. Shortly after Kate Middleton's sister, Pippa, drew attention at the royal wedding, topless photos emerged of the famous sibling.
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A small sex toy is the unlikely lucky mascot Diana, Princess of Wales insisted on taking during official foreign trips, her former personal protection officer has revealed. And Diana was left in a fit of giggles by the sight of an un-named member of staff putting a blown-up condom on his head. The vibrator, dubbed Le Gadget, was left behind when Diana travelled to Nepal in for an official visit, but the Princess gave orders for it to be dispatched to the capital Kathmandu. The object personified Diana's sense of humour that was provoked by the unusual, absurd and unexpected during the long official visits. When the vibrator arrived in a diplomatic bag, a Gurkha aid of the King of Nepal insisted on delivering it to the Princess's equerry Captain Ed Musto just before a press reception, in honour of the visit, at the British ambassador's official residence.
By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. Conde Nast's chairman Nicholas Coleridge has revealed how Prince William was cruelly teased by classmates over the topless pictures that were published of Princess Diana in Speaking in his soon-to-be published memoirs The Glossy Years, Nicholas recalled how the late Diana visited him for a lunch at Vogue House amid the picture scandal, and revealed that a distressed William, then 14, had called him from Eton.