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Anorak | When Princess Diana played Golden Girl Dorothy, dodged a ‘randy old Taurean’ and went to the gay bar with Freddie Mercury

When Princess Diana played Golden Girl Dorothy, dodged a ‘randy old Taurean’ and went to the gay bar with Freddie Mercury

by | 1st, April 2013

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KENNY Everett’s busty distraction Cleo Rocos has a book out. One section deals with the time she met Princess Diana. Over bellinis, Shy Di would refer to people as “that randy old Taurean” or “Typical Sagittarian, always dancing on the table  with a bottle of vodka  down his trousers.”

Everett, Rocos and Di then went back to Kenny’s penthouse to watch The Golden Girls. Mercury popped over. The foursome ad libbed their version of the show. Everett was Blanche, Diana was Dorothy, Mercury was Sophie and Rocos was Rose.

Talk moved to a night out at a gay club. Everett and Mercury dressed Diana in an army jacket, aviator sunglasses and a black cap, LadyBoy Di and the gang headed to the Vauxhall Tavern in South London. Says Rocos:

“When we walked in … we felt she was obviously Princess Diana and would be discovered at any minute. But people just seemed to blank her. She sort of disappeared. But she loved it. She did look like a beautiful young man. She was always a very fit girl, so they might have thought, ‘There’s a nice young man with pert buttocks.'”

Diana ordered a white wine and a beer at the bar. She soon after left, the group taking a taxi to drop her off at Kensington Palace.

There’s a film in it, surely. The Prince and the Pauper has a new sequel. In the Princess and the Torpor / Athletic Supporter / Queen for a Night, the young Princess heads to the gay bar, where she is seduced by a theatrical prince dressed in tweed as Backstairs Billy spins the platters and Queen sing along…



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