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TROUBLED WATERS

ASTRAGAL

A Thames Landscape Strategy event to celebrate Kim Wilkie's restoration of the 18th-century view of the river from Richmond Hill brought out a classy crowd, including national treasure David Attenborough and former model Jerry Hall.

A pale sun and a high tide conspired to cement the 18thcentury illusion, while Jerry's blonde locks added lustre to the scene. The Evening Standard had earlier reported that 1.4 million tonnes of raw sewage had landed in the Thames after storms - downriver, thank goodness.

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