The Dame, for all her affectations and pretentiousness, is really very common.
So when she saw agents' particulars for this hideous travesty she assumed it was the home of one of her rich Surrey friends 'done well' in the motor trade, selling Bentleys to Pooter Cockell.
Not a bit! It's a design approved by Mr Bore and the Kensington Society! Come on, Miss Frame....it's bloody awful!
The Dame has asked the architects if they can fit in a 'car port'...
Here’s what the new kid on Britain’s most exclusive block - Kensington Palace Gardens – is going to look like.
The practice received the thumbs up for the scheme from planners at the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea a few weeks ago, after developing the design in conjunction with English Heritage, the Kensington Society and the Crown Estate’s heritage advisors.
Work is due to start later this year for the client, Hasib Holding Company Establishment, although the main contractor is yet to be confirmed. It’s thought the build cost could top £18m, with the finished article set to be worth upwards of £40m.
A 14,000+ square footer was launched further up the street by Aylesford International last year, sporting a price tag of £110m. You can take a look around here.