James Gilbey
James Gilbey
James Gilbey is a former British actor. He is possibly best known for playing the character Jack Woodman in the BBC soap opera EastEnders during the early 1990s. Gilbey has since given up performing to work "behind the camera" and as of 2007 he is the creative director for Discovery Networks Europe.
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ALÓmujeres recuerda hombres de Lady Di, 14 años después de su muerte - ElTiempo.com
Google News - over 5 years
James Gilbey, su amigo telefónico: Este relacionista público y muy buen amigo de Spencer se vio también involucrado en los chismes frecuentes de amoríos de la princesa. En agosto de 1992, The Sun publicó una conversación telefónica de 1989 entre Diana
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Ja-Wort vor 30 Jahren: Diana und Charles setzten den Maßstab für Märchenhochzeiten - Handelsblatt
Google News - over 5 years
Während Diana mit ihrem Jugendfreund James Gilbey Kosenamen austauschte, ... Quelle: dpa/dpaweb ...sagte Prinz Charles zu seiner Jugendliebe Camilla Parker Bowles, er wolle gerne ihr Tampon sein. Um das Ansehen des Prinzen war es daraufhin geschehen,
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British Police Arrest 3 Over Taps On Phones at Royal Residence
NYTimes - over 10 years
Long before they were wed, in the murky days of deceit and divorce, Prince Charles and his mistress Camilla Parker-Bowles were no strangers to telephone taps that transformed risqué, private murmurs into oh-so-public newspaper headlines. Now, the specter may have returned to haunt the royal household again not just, this time, in telephone
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Charles and Diana Taped? M.I.5 Snooping Denied
NYTimes - almost 24 years
The British Government said today that it was possible that private conversations among members of the royal family had been surreptitiously recorded, but it denied responsibility for what a newspaper asserted was a tape of an argument last year between the Prince and Princess of Wales. The article in The Sun was the latest in a string of press
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AT LUNCH WITH: Andrew Morton; Wear Armor if You Want to Say The King-to-Be's Got No Clothes
NYTimes - about 24 years
THERE'S just no accounting for destiny. Andrew Morton, the author of "Diana: Her True Story," the best seller that's been called the longest divorce petition in British history, had plans to discuss his new-found fame at the Princess of Wales's favorite London restaurant, San Lorenzo, in chic Beauchamp Place. But Mr. Morton's mother has suddenly
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Royal Dial-a-Scandal: Is It the Voice of 'Di'?
NYTimes - over 24 years
Like a soap opera spun out of control, the travails of Britain's royal family have taken another twist this week, centered on a taped telephone conversation that purports to record the Princess of Wales making an apparently illicit date with a man and calling her marriage to Prince Charles "torture." Coming just days after the publication of
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New Book Reports 5 Suicide Attempts by Princess of Wales
NYTimes - over 24 years
In one of the most serious blows to the prestige of the British royal family in years, the marriage of the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, and his wife, Diana, the Princess of Wales, was portrayed credibly this weekend as being on the rocks. A new book, serialized today in The Sunday Times for a reported $:250,000 ($410,000), says that the
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