, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape

Wish you were here, Harry? As the Duke of Sussex‘s search for his ‘escape’ goes on – amid the continuing Oprahgate fallout and strained relationship with William – one of his former girlfriends seems to have found hers.

Stunning former lingerie model Florence St George, known as Flea Brudenell-Bruce when she dated Harry in 2011, revealed this picture-postcard snap of herself living the quiet life on the beach with just her comfy chair and a potter’s wheel for company. 

Flea, who also has a flair for breadmaking, describes herself as a potter with ‘a passion for sourdough’ and says she ‘needs to knead’. She calls one of her creations ‘Picassourdough’!

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

Stunning former lingerie model Florence St George, known as Flea Brudenell-Bruce when she dated Harry in 2011, revealed this picture-postcard snap of herself living the quiet life on the beach with just her comfy chair and a potter’s wheel for company

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

Flea, who also has a flair for breadmaking, describes herself as a potter with ‘a passion for sourdough’ and says she ‘needs to knead’. She calls one of her creations ‘Picassourdough’!

Flea, a descendent of Ernest Brudenell-Bruce, 3rd Marquess of Ailesbury, was Harry’s first serious girlfriend after his split from Chelsy Davy.

Flea married Henry St George in 2013 and they now live at his sprawling Bahamas estate.

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

Speaking in favour of the motion is set to be actress and director Kelechi Okafor who often backs the Duchess of Sussex

Oxford University students have such a reputation for being anti-Royal these days that organisers of a debate titled ‘This House Would Abolish The Monarchy’ initially struggled to find speakers to run the gauntlet and stick up for the Queen and Co.

Prince Charles’s biographer Penny Junor was among those who turned down the Oxford Union – fearing she would be trolled by the woke mob. 

Penny tells me: ‘I wasn’t feeling brave enough to accept. I wouldn’t stand a hope in hell among a bunch of woke Oxford students!’

Speaking in favour of the motion is set to be actress and director Kelechi Okafor who often backs the Duchess of Sussex. 

, TALK OF THE TOWN: Prince Harry’s former flame Flea shows the duke the perfect escape, The Nzuchi Times

She tells the new issue of Vanity Fair magazine: ‘The Queen is a figurehead for an empire that refuses to understand that its days are gone.’

Author Anna Pasternak is due to boldly speak in favour of the Firm, and she says that she’ll be joined by military man David Leakey.

Anna, author of The American Duchess, was at Oxford’s Christ Church back in the heady days when elitist tradition was relished. 

She says: ‘In my day, Oxford was all gloriously Boris, Bollinger and the Bullingdon, which is considered heretic today. I hope those of us opposing the motion don’t get cancelled.’

It will be a fiery encounter, and Anna has a surprising answer to the woke brigade. 

She tells me: ‘I think Charles would make a good King… but I think the best thing he could do would be to let William and Kate take over.

‘I do think the Oprah interview could have changed the course of the monarchy’s plans. William and Kate would make a dynamic young King and Queen. They are modern and glamorous. Exactly what the monarchy needs.’

Tom Allen is learning the hard way that living with mum and dad until the age of 37 leaves you ill-equipped to handle home ownership. 

Despite his wealth and fame, the comedian has insisted on living with his parents in Bromley. Last week he bought his first home – but soon had his dad over to mow the lawn and work the central heating. 

He told his podcast: ‘Just last week I moved in – Dad came round to mow the lawn today, I do not understand how the bloody heating works. It never seems to get to the right temperature. I don’t know what to do. I have got a portable barbecue, so I could bring that into the lounge.’ 

Er, maybe not, Tom… 

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