Lorraine Pascale - Supermodel Chef

By Sue Blackhall

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  • Publication Date: 4 Nov 2013
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: John Blake Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781782194729
eBook (ePub/MOBI)
ISBN: 9781782198277



Revealed for the first time, the truth behind TV chef Lorraine Pascale's marriage and the colorful aristocrat who betrayed her. While Lorraine was suffering the pain of divorce the woman who had taken her husband was in court formally changing her name to his. The result was an intriguing clash of the Countesses with both women determined to bear that title. But that was not the only legacy of marriage to a Polish Count whose wealth, and its effect on Lorraine's life, has never been disclosed before. Here also, is the full extent of the vile racist abuse Lorraine has endured, much of which has until now gone unreported. The life of Lorraine Pascale, given up at birth, suffering abandonment both as a child and grown woman, and fighting prejudice all the way, is a true rags to riches tale encompassing her rise from housing association "latchkey kid" to a New York penthouse supermodel; from the insecurity as an adopted child to stardom as one of our most successful celebrity chefs.

About the author

Sue Blackhall is a former Fleet Street journalist and executive and television critic. She started her career as Royal reporter and diarist on the Windsor Express. Sue and her partner later went on to break the story of the "Squidgygate" tapes chronicling the real story behind the breakdown of Princess Diana's marriage in "Fall of the House of Windsor." Now a freelance writer for national newspapers and magazines, Sue is also the author of "Tsunami," "Ghosts of New York," "Crimes of Passion," and "Fool Britannia" as well as cowriting a series of crime compilations.

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