A Superb Pedigree… for a Vintage Boudoir Photographer x

Faye Russell

Now, I have a sneaking suspicion I was made for this job. Why? Well, take a look at the lady above. She was my Nana… and she was a Windmill Girl!

I know, I know – she was truly one of the most glamourous grannys. She spent the ’30s and ’40s in ENSA, entertaining the troops (that was how she met my grandfather) and was resident during the War at ‘The Windmill Theatre’ – The ‘Theatre that never closed’ – immortalised on film by Bob Hoskins and Judy Dench in ‘Mrs Henderson Presents…’

Now, I ask you, with a granny like that, what else was a girl like me to do? 😉


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About rubydemuir

I am a Vintage Girl and always have been. I love Bette Davies and formal hats, old screwball and Ealing comedies, Art Deco buildings and high heels and Babycham!
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1 Response to A Superb Pedigree… for a Vintage Boudoir Photographer x

  1. Chris says:

    Great stuff! Can’t wait to follow the further adventures of Ruby Demuir!

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