• PA's PJ's

    Greetings dear blog followers and apologies for a rather prolonged absence. One has been travelling and out of touch with modern technology for a while (bliss!)

    Lovely to see the results of our shoot earlier in the year for the lovely Peter Alexander, Australian nightwear designer extraordinaire. The shoot was in preparation for a launch of Peter’s new collection back home that was to be launched for Mother’s Day down under.

    We had an absolute ball doing this shoot as we were filming at the opulent Clevedon House, home of the Astor family, one of the richest families in the country in the first half of the 20th century. The house is now in the hands of The National Trust but is run as a highly luxurious (and highly expensive) hotel.

    We were quite overwhelmed when we arrived as footmen were running around parking our cars and carrying our bags. The entrance leads straight into the most magnificent room that is furnished with antiques and hung with heavy drapes and tapestries.

    We were ushered into a small library that was to be our home for the day, however, our costume was at the far end of the huge sitting room and involved us frequently having to walk from one end of the house to the other in various states of dress and undress.

    As a group we often turn heads but folk usually realise that we can’t be the real royals because of the context. However, at Cliveden, where people were paying £75 for afternoon tea and a couple of thousand for a room for the night, we were clearly attracting a lot of attention and couldn’t resist a bit of mischief. It was such fun to walk through the room with the Queen, complete with corgis, chatting happily to one another and smiling politely at the onlookers. I wonder how many people went home and told the family that they’d seen the royals that day!

    We were modelling Peter’s wonderful new range of jim-jams, the Queen suitable in a onesie in a fabric depicting corgis. William in his onesie looking like a guardsman. I had some rather fetching floral PJs and a lovely fluffy dressing-gown. We lounged around the Lady Astor suite with pictures of Nancy looking down from the walls eating cream cakes and generally having a whale of a time. I doubt we’ll be able to beat that for a venue!

    Enjoy the results here.


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