Naughtiness at the V&A

September 22 2016

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In The Spectator, Laura Freeman discovers the best places in the V&A for an illicit rendezvous. The trick is to go for somewhere subtle:

Thomas Hardy, while still married to his first wife Emma, but arranging assignations in London with Florence, his second-wife-to-be, used to ask her to meet him at the Victoria and Albert Museum by the great, towering plaster cast of Trajan’s column. Really, Thomas? Trajan’s column? How obvious can a man be?

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