Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke Christmas 2020

Response from Lady Hinchingbrooke on the occasion of Christmas 2020 and The New Year 2021. Lady Hinchingbrooke sent the card to all those who are her patrons on Patreon.

Lady Hinchingbrooke is married to Luke Montagu, Viscount Hinchingbrooke who is the son of Their Right Honourable John and Caroline Montagu, The 11th Earl and Countess of Sandwich.

The Earldom of Sandwich created for Sir Edward Montagu 12th July 1660 in The Peerage of England by Charles II. The subsidiary titles are The Viscount Hinchingbrooke created in The Peerage of England in 1660 by Charles II and The Baron Montagu of St Neots, of St Neots in the County of Huntingdon created in The Peerage of England in 1660 by Charles II.

Lady Hinchingbrooke is host of the popular Smithsonian Channel show An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates which visited such Estates as Floors Castle; home of The 11th Duke of Roxburghe, Newby Hall; Home to Richard and Lucinda Compton, Doddington Hall; home of Claire and James Birch as well Inveraray Castle, Holdenby House, Boughton House, Sudley Castle and Eastnor Castle.

Her Patreon account takes you on behind the scenes tours of Mapperton House, the home and seat of The Earls of Sandwich as well as its grounds and gardens and also takes you on travels with Lady Hinchingbrooke such as Florence and nearby Seatown.

The reply is in the form of a Christmas Card which on the front has a picture of Mapperton House, The Seat of The Earl of Sandwich, insides is a handwritten message from Lady Hinchingbrooke and on the reverse is a small picture of the back of the House.

Front of Card

Message

Reverse of Card

8 comments

  1. Hello sorry to bother you again, I sent Julie Montague a Christmas card too. I just very recently became Patron on Patreon. Do I have to be on her Patreon for 3 months before I receive the signed photo. I just want to say also that your website is the very best. You are so informed about what is happening. Thank you so very much. Cheryl

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  2. Hello, just another question, I sent Julie Montaqu a Christmas card on Nov.24. Do I have to wait 3 months to receive a Christmas card from Julie. Thank you. Cheryl Thompson

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