Can’t beat a little black dress! Lady Mary Charteris oozes glamour in a mini frock as she attends lavish dinner at The National Gallery’s restaurant
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She’s long been known for catching the eye with her revealing looks.
But tonight Lady Mary Charteris decided to rely on a little black dress when attending a lavish meal at The National Gallery’s restaurant.
The socialite, 36, oozed glamour in the mini frock as she posed up a storm at The Hill House Home UK launch dinner at the Ochre.
Proving her fashion prowess, the model teamed her statement garment with matching black boots and tights, as well as a gold chain belt.
She added even more glitz to her look with an array of golden bracelets and a dainty pearl necklace.
She’s long been known for catching the eye with her revealing looks. But tonight Lady Mary Charteris decided to rely on a little black dress when attending a lavish meal at The National Gallery’s restaurant
Finishing off her look, she donned hooped earrings, a smattering of glamorous makeup and kept her locks in a half-down, half-up hairdo.
Lady Mary modelled for the likes of Tatler, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Love, and is now best known as a DJ and member of electronic rock band The Big Pink.
Her mother Catherine Guinness, of the Guinness dynasty, who was the daughter of Diana Mitford, once worked for Andy Warhol, and her father Jamie is the 13th Earl of Wemyss and 9th Earl of March. As a teenager, the Earl was Page of Honour to the Queen Mother.
As a child, Lady Mary was educated at Francis Holland, an all-girls private school in west London, which counts Poppy and Cara Delevingne and The Ecclestone sisters among its alumni.
It was in her teens that she got into modelling after being introduced to the world famous agency Storm Models by the magazine editor and fashion muse Isabella Blow, who was an old family friend.
In her early twenties, Lady Mary met Robbie Furze from the band The Big Pink and the couple quickly became joined at the hip. Soon she was joining the group on their tours, selling T-shirts and helping with lighting.
Then in 2012, the couple married at her family estate in Stanway in Gloucestershire, in a bespoke Pam Hogg dress that featured cutaway panels to below her belly button.
Since then Lady Mary has become a permanent fixture in the Big Pink, replacing bandmate Dave McCracken when he left – Robbie wanted a female singer on some tracks and, having heard Mary sing in the car one day, suggested she had a go.
In one photograph from this evening’s event, Lady Mary was pictured alongside a glamorous Alice Naylor-Leyland
Once known as a wild party girl, the model/DJ/singer/IT Girl, who is mostly based in Los Angeles with her husband, has been sober for years.
Like many other grown-up society beauties, Lady Mary spent part of the Covid pandemic in the UK at her father’s estate of Stanway House, in Gloucestershire.
She welcomed her daughter Wilde Jessie Furze on May 21 2021.
In one photograph from this evening’s event, Lady Mary was pictured alongside a glamorous Alice Naylor-Leyland.
Alice is married to Tom Naylor-Leyland, who is heir to one of Britain’s land-owning dynasties. His family has historic land and property across the country.
The long-time friend of Princess Beatrice’s has been a Vogue columnist, a model and a fashion muse.
She runs her own tableware company, Mrs Alice, which specialises in providing hostesses with everything needed for an Insta-worthy dinner table.
The mother-of-three, who was named as one of Tatler’s ‘society swans’ of 2018, regularly shares snaps of her glamourous life on Instagram.
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