Posts Tagged ‘Lady Randolph Churchill’

Victorian Aristo Tattoo Crew

I’m reading an amazing book at the moment which I shall be writing about in more detail in the forthcoming ISSUE 13 of PAMFLET! That’s right, we are making a return to print this spring and we can’t wait.

But in the meantime, here’s a rather intriguing nugget of information that I came across in Fortune’s Daughters; The Extravagant Lives of the Jerome Sisters: Jennie Churchill, Clara Frewen and Leonie Leslie by Elisabeth Kehoe.

Jennie Jerome, or Lady Randolph Churchill – whatababe

Jennie Churchill aka Lady Randolph Churchill aka Winston’s mum was part of the Prince of Wales’ decadent, glamorous social circle. I was surprised to discover that the Prince and his crew were all deeply into tattooing! Kehoe explains:

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