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Rice-Davies became Rachman's mistress and was set up in the same house where he had previously kept Keeler, 1 Bryanston Mews West, Marylebone.Rice-Davies often visited Keeler at the house she shared with Ward at Wimpole Mews, Marylebone, and, after Keeler had moved elsewhere, lived there herself, between September and December 1962.At 16 she went to London as 'Miss Austin' at the Earls Court Motor Show, and then worked as a dancer at Murray's Cabaret Club in Soho.It was at Murray's Cabaret Club that she met Christine Keeler, who introduced her to her friend, the well-connected osteopath Stephen Ward, and to an ex-lover, the slum landlord Peter Rachman.She also opened nightclubs and restaurants in Tel Aviv.
That's the basis of the VH1 reality show called Tough Love Boot Camp - a boot camp for clueless women who want to get boyfriends. Steve Ward is so good at telling these women how useless they are that his show has been renewed for a second season.
Profumo's brief relationship with Keeler was at the centre of the affair that caused him to resign from the government in June 1963, though Rice-Davies herself never met him.
Stephen Ward was found guilty of living off immoral earnings (money obtained from Rice-Davies and Keeler among others) – the trial having been instigated after the embarrassment caused to the government.
What is great about the show is that no one gets eliminated, so the chicks don't pull each other's hair out, snap their fingers at each other, or get all Bachelor crazy. I "want" these chicks to go all Tyra on each other - that's what reality is all about, baby...
If you haven't seen the show, you don't know what you're missing.
In 1980, with Shirley Flack, Rice-Davies wrote her autobiography, Mandy.