Sunday, 12 June 2011

'Immaculate conception' and the Marquess of Bath's 'wifelets' catfight

Since police were called to the Marquess of Bath's Longleat estate after one his "wifelets" was allegedly injured during a fight with a rival, mystery has surrounded the identities of the women.
Now, however, Amanda Doyle, who has been a companion of the "Loins of Longleat" for more than 10 years, has stepped forward to tell Mandrake: "It was just a catfight between two ladies."
Doyle, a 45-year-old Irish singer, claims that in the opposite corner was Trudie Juggernauth-Sharma, 51.
Doyle is understood to have become pregnant by Alexander Thynn, as the 79-year-old peer is known, but she suffered a miscarriage 18 months ago. She accuses the willowy Juggernauth-Sharma of provoking the altercation by claiming that if Doyle was pregnant by Lord Bath, "it must have been by an immaculate conception".
Doyle, who has a daughter from a previous relationship, replied: "Well, how's that, when it's IVF?" She says a physical confrontation then ensued. "I pushed out my hand to stop her," the singer claims. "She's jealous because I've been through 10 years of IVF with Alexander."