FASHION FOOD AND DRINK INSIDE: ARTS & HOMES Professor Sir Tom Devine on rewriting the history of the Clearances 6
WHEN she was a girl Mary McCartney would spend her summers in Scotland – on horseback, more often than not. Riding became part of life. It still is today.
McCartney grew up and became a photographer like her mother Linda. But when she gets a chance she swaps her home in London for Sussex where she gets to rid a white stallion called Alejandro. That’s him in the picture.
A meal of two halves
Taken from The White Horse by Mary McCartney, published by Rizzoli, priced £39.95
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