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Philip Green's lavish party for his 65th ends exile from social circuit

Published on Thursday 16th of March 2017 08:27:49 PM in Guardian

The retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has ended his exile from the London social circuit with a lavish party at the Dorchester hotel to celebrate reaching retirement age. The guest list for the event to mark his 65th birthday included the model Kate Moss, the Strictly ...

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