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Flash! Emilio Azcarraga, the Mexican media tycoon who is the richest man in Mexico and one of the richest in the world, and his lovely wife, Paula, are getting a divorce. They've been together for more than 25 years....

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Flash! Emilio Azcarraga, the Mexican media tycoon who is the richest man in Mexico and one of the richest in the world, and his lovely wife, Paula, are getting a divorce. They've been together for more than 25 years. It's Paula's idea. She is said to be unhappy and ready for a change. Wants to be her own person, if you please. There is no third party involved on either side. Whatever the path Paula takes -- who knows, maybe she's had it with marriage or even a reasonable facsimile forever -- she'll never find another man like Emilio. Macho with a capital M he may be, but he's a dynamic, brilliant original and generous beyond generous. So it's nice to know the parting is friendly.

The British Royals are busy being their own persons, even if nobody is getting divorced lately. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, still touring the Caribbean aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia, are the guests of honor at a luncheon for 1,000 on Monday to be given in Freeport by the Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Hubert A. Ingraham, and Mrs. Ingraham at the splendid seaside residence of Sir Jack Hayward. The house is a masterpiece of British Colonial architecture, designed by the American architect, Alfred Browning Parker of Miami Beach. Sir Jack himself is chairman of the Grand Bahama Development Commission and the principal owner of the Grand Lucayan Beach Hotel, so try to be impressed.As for the Queen's little sister, Princess Margaret, she will soon visit New York after a sunny sojourn in Mustique as the guest of her son, Viscount Linley, and his bride, Serena, at their charming house, the same charming house that used to belong to Princess Margaret until she recently deeded it over to her son. Mustique was simply tons of fun with Shakira and Michael Caine and Kate Ford ensconced with Mary and Harding Lawrence at their magnificent villa at the top of the island, The Terraces, and Kenny Lane and Wendy Stark staying with Minnie and John Coleman of New Orleans and Newport.
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