Sir Tony Blair and wife Cherie were seen leaving Oswald’s Private Members Club in Mayfair

As if Sir Tony’s new radiant title weren’t enough, check out Lady Blair’s radiant new necklace (which her people insist she got at Swarovski for just £ 200)

  • Sir Tony Blair and wife Cherie were seen leaving the Oswald’s Members Club in Mayfair
  • The couple’s first public appearance since the news of the chivalry provoked fury
  • More than 1.1 million people have signed a public petition calling for its abolition










Sir Tony Blair, for the first time since the news of his chivalry provoked fury across the country, finally broke the cover.

The former prime minister and his wife have been seen in disguise leaving Oswald’s exclusive private club in Mayfair.

In a black suit, sixty-seven-year-old Lady Blair, who wore a green dress, a blue fur cardigan, and a glittering necklace, followed from central London.

Jewelers contacted the Daily Mail said the chain looked “very expensive”, but a spokeswoman for Lady Blair said it had actually been bought from Swarovski on Oxford Street and cost only around £ 200.

Sir Tony Blair and wife Cherie were seen in disguises leaving Oswald's exclusive private club in Mayfair.

Sir Tony Blair and wife Cherie were seen in disguises leaving Oswald’s exclusive private club in Mayfair.

Jewelers contacted the Daily Mail said the chain looked “very expensive”, but a spokeswoman for Lady Blair said it had actually been bought from Swarovski on Oxford Street and cost only around £ 200.

Oswald’s – owned by Old concrete merchant Robin Birley – is a favorite among the royal family.

Boris Johnson went there last week with his wife Carrie. The fees are revealed only upon request, but some have claimed that they are up to £ 2,500 per year.

The petition calling for the abolition of Blair's honor on Change.org reached more than a million signatures

The petition calling for the abolition of Blair’s honor on Change.org reached more than a million signatures

Sir Tony, 68, has declined to comment after 1.1 million people have signed a petition calling for his honor to be lifted.

The families of those killed in Iraq reacted fiercely to the decision to make him a Knight Companion of the Garter of New Year’s honors.

The former leader looked irritated when he was asked by Mail last week about their anger at his £ 7 million home in central London.

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