We are very happy to finally report on the much awaited happy engagement party of the Countess Dysart to the Duke of Argyle. The high society coctail party took place in the gardens of Glen Coe Castle in Scotney and follows on the resurging wave of Royal interest in the former Kingdom now Republic of Scotney. The sunny outdoor event took place this past weekend and also saw many of the other "it" couples flaunting their blossoming relationships. So we expect this engagement to be the first in a wave for 2013.
The beautiful and very historical seat of the Dysarts of Glencoe played host to its owner and her soon to be husband, the Duke of Argyle. The event has fanned the flame of interest in the old monarchic system that used to rule over the now Democratic Republic of Scotney. The media attended in force to report on the event in order to feed the interest of the public and the president of Scotney sent his official congratulations on the government's internet social feed.
Some of the other dating couples arrived hand in hand. At left we have Madame Mairi D'Bacquemme with the Earl Cartwright of Britania. At right we have Madame Francine D'Bacquemme with the Duke of Marlboro of Britania.
The formerly exiled Empress Crystobel has been welcome in Scotney since the government lifted its ban in 2012. She was happy to attend her friend's engagement but surely took the opportunity to make her presence felt in her former kingdom. She looked radiant in historic diamonds and a bright pink coctail dress. To the Empress' immediate left we see Donna Hernada y Aragon on the arm of the Viscount Hayz of Scotney.
Then the guests of honour arrived. Lady Dysart looked bright and beaming in pink and white, wearing the Argyle Aquamarine Demi Parure, no doubt an engagement gift. The Duke seemed almost speechless as he just continued to smile. The union in marriage will combine the wealth and influence of two of Scotney's most ancient and wealthy noble families. Their future sway over economic issues and public opinion bodes very well for a possible restoration of the monarchy.
Other guests included the Duchess of Lancaster in the pink right in the center and the Countess Dysart's sister, Lady Ferrox, in the green at the far right. Now we look forward to the wedding set to take place in September 2013.