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Bianca Jagger began divorce proceedings as a result of her husband's involvement with Hall.Hall had a small role in Urban Cowboy, released in 1980.
The property is in an "exempted" area (Richmond Park) where freehold sales are not available.In 1990, she joined many other guests for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin.She featured in commercials for Bovril, and played the role of Miss Scarlett in the British television show Cluedo (1993), and in (1993) the (TV series) The Detectives. Robinson in a Broadway production of The Graduate which included a nude scene on stage.Thatched House Lodge was the home of Wing Commander Sir Louis Greig (equerry to King George VI when he was Duke of York), who was deputy Ranger of Richmond Park from 1932. The property was held on a lease from the Crown Estate.It was then acquired by the 5th Duke of Sutherland. In 1994, the Crown Estate granted Ogilvy an extension of the lease, to run for 150 years from 1994.Sir Frederick Treves retired to the house after he successfully operated on King Edward VII's appendix in 1902.
Edward VII awarded use of the house to Sir Edmund Monson on his retirement from Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service in 1905. Eisenhower was allotted a suite there during the Second World War.
According to the National Audit Office report on Thatched House Lodge, "considerable sums have been spent during the last 40 years of occupation".
The leasehold arrangements reflect the fact that the property was acquired by Ogilvy on a purely commercial basis, having acquired the sublease of the property for market value on the open market.
It was the home of British Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole and, since 1963, has been a royal residence, being leased from the Crown Estate by Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (born Princess Alexandra of Kent) and, until his death in 2004, her husband Sir Angus Ogilvy.
The main house has six reception rooms and six bedrooms, and it stands in four acres (16,000 m²) of grounds.
The commercial nature of the leasehold is shown by the very considerable premium of £670,000 paid on the 1994 extension of the lease, with all maintenance at the expense of the leaseholder, and no charges resulting to the Crown Estate.