The princess and the posh Irish charmer


Has Irish broadcaster and author Frank Delaney pulled through with the “funny, wicked and wonderful” Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister, as a new book suggests? Or could it just be the ungallant boast of the quadruple-married, genteel-speaking Tipperary man who was described by NPR radio in the US, where he lived in 2002, as “the most articulate man alive”?

he princess was lured into a passionate night at his London flat by Delaney’s gentle, emotional rendition of the poem by James Clarence Mangan. Dark Rosaleen, on BBC radio. But after critic and writer John Walsh recounted the encounter in lurid detail, he appears to be suffering from a form of coitus interruptus himself. The princess and the posh Irish charmer

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