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It was there that she went to find refuge during the break-up of her marriage in the early 1970s, often in the company of her friend Roddy Llewellyn.
Mustique was, she said, "the only place I can relax".
"It was the most wonderful song I had ever heard," she wrote.
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base firefighters pull their hose to spray the area around the engine of an A-7D Corsair II jet fighter after it crashed near the University of Arizona on October 26, 1978.
In Princess Margaret's wake came the rich, the chic, the famous – and their hangers-on.
There were rock stars (Mick Jagger, Bryan Ferry, David Bowie), media folk (John Cleese, David Frost, Nigel Dempster) and socialites.
Reagan, who was the favorite as the 1980 Republican presidential nominee, had not officially entered the race at the time.
The island became famous during the 1960s and 1970s for Tennant's grand parties and for the roll-call of pop stars, aristocrats and royalty – most famously Princess Margaret – who found it a refuge from the British winter and the paparazzi.
At first father and son were kept on as chairman and deputy chairman, but after his father's retirement in 1967 Colin was passed over for the job of chairman, so he resigned.
The Tennant family owed their fortune to Colin Tennant's great-great-grandfather Charles Tennant, a Scottish scientist who invented an industrial bleaching process which revolutionised the cotton industry and brought the industrial revolution to Scotland.
As business prospered, the Tennants bought estates and built grand houses, including, in 1850, a gloomy neo-gothic castle in Peeblesshire, the Glen, which became the family seat.
And I had no idea what I was doing, not just on set, and not just as an actor, but as a public figure. I had no idea how to cope with it, and what the best ways were ...
Legendary British rock guitarist Eric Clapton, left, exits Bethel Temple in Tucson with Pattie Boyd in Tucson on March 27, 1979, after the two were married.