Natalie's man is a bit of a pane

Richard Kay
February 2013
Daily Mail;2/27/2013, p37
AS ONE of Prince Harry's drinking buddies, Natalie Pinkham knows how to have a good time. But as she limbers up for close friend Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs's hen night, the TV presenter promises things won't get out of hand.


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