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You will be thrilled to hear that Cornelia Guest, after hitting all the chic and stunning London parties, will be home to celebrate Thanksgiving with her mummy, C.Z. Guest, at the Guests’ Long Island estate, Templeton. Thanksgiving is also...

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You will be thrilled to hear that Cornelia Guest, after hitting all the chic and stunning London parties, will be home to celebrate Thanksgiving with her mummy, C.Z. Guest, at the Guests’ Long Island estate, Templeton. Thanksgiving is also Cornelia’s birthday, so the day will be a delightful double whammy. This weekend, Cornelia will be off to Germany for a shoot. Not that she ever really actually shoots anything, even though some of her friends do. She is the animal lovers’ animal lover, and no one is more tickled than she is, now that England’s strict six-month animal quarantine will be rescinded next year. And soon she’ll be able to travel with her pets. Some say she’s already booked on the Concorde to take Nelson and Arthur, her two West Highland terriers, and Jackson, her rough-coated Jack Russell, just three of the pack of dogs she keeps at Templeton, back with her to her London house in fashionable Belgravia. Oh Cornelia, we’re all so happy for you, and Nelson and Arthur and Jackson. It’s time you all saw the world together.



Socially inclined mothers, and aren’t they all — most of them more bent over backwards than inclined — might want to go on even higher alert at the news that Camilla Parker Bowles’ nephew Ben Elliott, who has just wrapped up a year-long romance with Jade Jagger, Mick’s daughter, is on the loose and in New York City. The 27-year-old pal of Princes William and Harry is opening an office downtown at 80 Broad Street, as you read this, for his company called Quint Essentially, which has been a big success with London’s smart young set. The idea of this Internet company is to help its members secure reservations in the world’s trendiest restaurants, hotels, and, of course entrance into the right clubs. For a paltry $700 a year, you get the monthly and soon-to-be weekly newsletters that tell you all about the fashionable events and hot shows, and then you get into them. Camilla’s son Tom Parker Bowles writes restaurant reviews for the letter and is expected to come to town next year to try his hand at rating Manahattan’s boites. I can wait if you can.
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