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Sir Dai Llewellyn Remembered


700 family and friends came together at St Pauls in Belgravia to celebrate the life of Sir Dai Llewellyn.

The day started with a lively lunch at Frontoio in Chelsea, organised by Ingrid Seward, and progressed to the church, adorned with daffodils, for a beautiful service.

Guests went on to Pucci Pizza in Chelsea, where the celebrating continued with a few glasses of wine, something of which Sir Dai would have thoroughly approved.

He was a unique Bon Viveur, who brought colour to people’s lives, and especially to the ladies in his life. There was always a “Hello Old Bean” and a joie de vivre which he added to each event. A prolific drinker, he seemed always in control, and could frequently be found at Michael Proudlock’s legendary Chelsea Restaurant Foxtrot Oscar, on a Friday afternoon, exchanging gossip with Nigel Dempster and Rupert Deen.

In his own words, he would have remarked that the day of tributes had all gone “Frightfully well”.

He is succeeded by his brother Sir Roddy Llewellyn.



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