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uch a charm­ing and classy el­derly lady, and one that takes poise and el­e­gance with her wher­ever she goes.

Ob­servers pause a mo­ment in their busy day to ad­mire a clas­sic from a by­gone era as she glides along with such ap­par­ent ease.

Her first ap­pear­ance in pub­lic was back in 1955, in Scot­land, where she must have made many hearts beat faster while her ri­vals turned away in de­spair.

But big­ger dreams were to be­come a reality, and, soon, she landed on the shores of Amer­ica, where she had many suit­ors wait­ing to lav­ish love and af­fec­tion on her.

She was prob­a­bly of­ten seen on the pages of many Who’s Who mag­a­zines and steal­ing the lime­light. How­ever, as mid­dle age ad­vanced, the call of the South Pa­cific grew louder, and New Zealand be­came her next place of res­i­dence.

She has kept a diary of all her ad­ven­tures, in­clud­ing her lin­eage and which suitor paid for what. Over the last 20 years, she has been very for­tu­nate to be in a car­ing and lov­ing re­la­tion­ship with a gen­tle­man of means who has been able to con­tinue to treat her in the man­ner to which she has be­come ac­cus­tomed.

She par­took in de­light­ful out­ings, when ev­ery­one dressed to im­press — which, of course, she, her­self, has al­ways done — in­clud­ing classy wed­dings and spe­cial oc­ca­sions, though, nat­u­rally, if the weather was even slightly in­clement, she would re­main snugly en­sconced in her lux­ury suite.

As her present lover is be­com­ing a lit­tle el­derly now, and isn’t get­ting out and about so much these days, she feels it may be time for a new ro­mance.

There’s still a lot of love and life in this old princess yet to be en­joyed, so please ar­range a time and place for a first date.

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