People: People, Jul. 31, 1944

Care & Feeding

Lady Diana Duff Cooper, one of England's most English beauties, onetime actress (in Max Reinhardt's The Miracle), now wife of the British Ambassador to Algiers, found North African markets poor, promptly borrowed a cow and set it to graze on the grounds of the British Embassy, also populated by two partridges, a gazelle. Lady Diana further astonished Algiers by practicing the dairymaid chore she had learned on her farm in Bognor, England—she milked the cow.

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