The saga titillated millions of Britons with tales of misbehavior that had all the hallmarks of a salacious thriller --- nobility and spies, call-girls and country estates, sex and suicide, guns and lies.
Of course, it is the chair that is important in this photograph. At the time, using this particular chair held great meaning. Arne Jacobsen's chair "stands in for modernity's steady erosion of privacy and class-derived privilege. Keeler would not have exposed nearly so much were she sitting backward on a piece of late 19th century baroque revival."
Or would she?
Here's another as well....