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."