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Cliveden House Ladies Lunch In conversation with Lord Maurice Fermoy

£90 per person

7th June 2022

Join Samantha Evans from Humphreys of Henley and Lord Maurice Fermoy in recounting anecdotes of enjoying the company and country pursuits and expeditions with the Royal Family.

About this event:

Indulge in a perfectly prepared 3 course lunch at Cliveden House on Tuesday 7th June in the Cliveden House French Dining Room. At the lunch, we will welcome Samantha Evans, a connoisseur, and curator of unforgettable experiences in the English countryside, whilst she interviews  6th Baron Fermoy, first cousin of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Lord Fermoy has extensive connections within British society Educated at Eton, Lord Fermoy then passed into the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and was commissioned into the Household Cavalry, the Blues and Royals His postings included that of a Troop Leader at the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment in Knightsbridge, London, carrying out Queen's Life Guard and State Ceremonial duties, including state visits, the opening of Parliament by the Queen, the Lord Mayor's Show, the Garter Service at Windsor and the Queen's Birthday Parade on Horse Guards Parade He served for seven years, retiring at the rank of Captain.

Lord Fermoy's grandmother Ruth, Lady Fermoy was a Lady in Waiting to Queen Elizabeth II Subsequently, Lord Fermoy was appointed Page of Honour to Queen Elizabeth from 1982 to 1984 His father, Edmund, was the brother of Frances Shand Kydd mother to Lady Diana Spencer, making Lord Fermoy her first cousin Lord Fermoy attended her marriage to HRH Prince Charles, in 1981 and the royal wedding of HRH Prince William to Catherine Middleton in 2011

Lord Fermoy is sought out for his expertise on British etiquette He instructs in English manners, aristocratic traditions and British society His instruction style is engaging, relaxed, easy to understand and often embellished with personal accounts and anecdotes.

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Your ticket on the day will include:

- Welcome drink on arrival

- A delicious 3 course lunch with a glass of wine

- Cheese & biscuits with tea and coffee

£10 National Trust Fee - if you are already a National Trust member please insert code NT0706 as promotional code, and please present your National Trust membership card on the day.

Please note that we can cater for all dietary requirements with prior notice, including dairy free, gluten free, vegan and more. Please specify at the time of booking.