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  1. Ethel Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll (née Whigham, formerly Sweeny; 1 December 1912 – 25 July 1993), was a member of the Scottish nobility most famous for her 1951 marriage and much-publicised 1963 divorce from her second husband, Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll.

  2. 24/12/2021 · Married in 1951, Margaret was at the height of her fame as a glamorous and stylish socialite, and had even been name-dropped in Cole Porter's song, You're the Top. The marriage did not last long before fractures began to form, and the duke, suspicious that his wife had been unfaithful, hired a locksmith to break into her private drawers while she was away in New York.

  3. 15/12/2021 · Ian Douglas Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll, was a Scottish peer, born in 1903. He is most notably remembered for his turbulent marriage and scandalous divorce from Margaret Campbell in 1963.

  4. A Very British Scandal is a 2021 historical drama television miniseries, starring Claire Foy as Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll and Paul Bettany as Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll. Its production company, Blueprint Pictures , previously made A Very English Scandal (2018), about the Thorpe affair . [3]

  5. 30/08/2022 · COUNCIL chiefs have been asked to review the February school holiday in Argyll and Bute, after concerns were raised that it comes too soon after Christmas. A calendar of school holidays for the next three academic years, from 2023/24 to 2025/26, was agreed by the council’s community services committee.

  6. Alder Gate Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute Alder Gate is a development of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes in the charming coastal town of Helensburgh, nestled on the north bank of the River Clyde. These attractive new homes will benefit from plentiful local amenities, shopping facilities, and nearby family attractions, as well as excellent transport connections and well-regarded schooling in the close ...

  7. Princess Charlotte of Clarence Born on 27 March 1819, Hanover. She died the same day as her birth. She was the oldest daughter of William IV of the United Kingdom and his wife Adelaide.