Refusing to be broken when the odds that were stacked against her, Diana dressed in her finest and faced the world with a defiant smile on her face. The downstairs alfresco area boasts sedate lighting, wooden banquettes and a fair bit of flora, giving things an almost bucolic feel. More to explore. Neal Hovelmeier, head of the 6th form at St John's College, said the decision was aimed at helping curb homophobia at the institution. She had found love from a man who made her feel more like royalty than the next in line to the throne. Venue says Book a table for groups of people to join in on the karaoke chaos and cocktails!
Radcliffe has been the subject of gay rumors since catapulting to stardom after the "Harry Potter" series.
Art exhibitions. As a vulnerable woman subjected to the intense scrutiny of the public eye, Diana had to choose her friends carefully, and it seems like no coincidence that many of her confidantes were high profile gay men: Read the original article on New Zimbabwe.