People: Sep. 30, 1966

In London to film a quickie called Two Weeks in September, Brigitte Bardot explained that the theme was "love —the greatest illusion. It is ecstatic, painful and hopeless at the same time." Well, maybe, but following her around, B.B.'s new husband and Great Love No. 3, German Playboy Gunter Sachs, hardly seemed hopeless. And he was not the sort to be upset when Brigitte added: "Of course, love has nothing to do with marriage or children or washing the dishes."

Whitehall was aghast in 1948 when London University Law Student Seretse Khama, young chief...

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