Next Monday, March 2 (Muriel’s 113th birthday) we have a special treat for all you loyal Jazz Age Diva fans who have been so patient while we work on the screenplay of Muriel’s remarkable adventures during the 1920s.

On December 7th, 1926, Muriel and Bob were invited as the guests of honor at a small dinner party given by the Prince of Wales at St. James Palace. The Prince was a big fan and a friend of theirs and frequently attended their nightclub performances, both in London and Paris. He also loved dancing with Muriel.

This Monday we will share for the first time ever Muriel’s diary entry about that dinner. Her thoughts from that night was surprisingly prophetic in terms of the nature and fate of the Prince who 10 years later would become King of England only to abdicate the throne soon after in the name of love. We will also share pictures of Muriel taken by world famous photographer Hugh Cecil, wearing the dress she wore to the St. James dinner – a stunning ensemble designed personally for her by Coco Chanel.

 See you Monday!