The 28 Poshest Things That Have Ever Happened

A different class.

1. This birth announcement in The Times.

2. And this one in the Telegraph.

3. This complaint.

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4. This artist, number 20 in Tatler’s list of “people who really matter.”

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Though to be fair pretty much everyone in that list is staggeringly posh.

(And a little bit mental).

5. This menu, offered at a charity do attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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6. This guy’s diet.

7. This response to a power cut.

Fulham power cut and low on vino, had to resort to emergency supply of pudding wine. Thanks Mr P!

— Poppy Fox (@fox_pops)

8. This agonising problem, shared by a young man on Twitter.

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9. This holiday snap, Instagrammed by someone calling himself Prince Of Italy.

10. This person floating face-down in a jacuzzi full of champagne bottles.

11. This comment piece in The Telegraph.

15. This sentence uttered by a mum in Highgate.


16. And this one.

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As overheard by @HighgateMums.

18. These bloody good blokes enjoying a day at the races.

19. This product for sale in Waitrose.

20. The idea that these products are in any way “essential”.


21. This man playing croquet while wearing red trousers.

22. This spectator at a polo match. His name is Jacobi Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe.

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According to the Evening Standard he is a DJ/socialite who went to school with Prince William and works in the City for the Forbes Private Capital Group.

23. This chap, who has been described as “Britain’s most eligible bachelor.”

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He is The Hon. Drummond Money-Coutts, and he is a magician.

24. This woman drinking champagne while sitting inside a designer label shopping bag.

28. And this velvet-covered Porsche.

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Luke Lewis is BuzzFeed's Head of European Growth and is based in London.
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