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The Trial of Christine Keeler

The Trial of Christine Keeler is a six-part drama based on the biggest political and sexual scandal to rock the British establishment in the 1960s. Meet the real-life individuals behind the drama as represented in the Gallery's Collection.

 

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Christine Keeler
by Lewis Morley
1963
NPG P512(13)

Christine Keeler
by Stephen Ward
1960 or 1961
NPG 5720

John Profumo; Christine Keeler
by Unknown photographers
printed 1963
NPG x196133

Stephen Ward
by John Deakin, copied by Keystone Press Agency Ltd
22 July 1963
NPG x199085

Valerie Hobson; John Profumo
possibly by Antony Beauchamp
circa 1956
NPG x135691

John Profumo
by Walter Bird
25 April 1962
NPG x167146

Christine Keeler
by Lewis Morley
June 1963
NPG x88355

Christine Keeler
by Lewis Morley
June 1963
NPG x88354

Christine Keeler
by Tom Blau
1963
NPG x131954

Christine Keeler
by Edgar Brind
1960
NPG x198510

Christine Keeler
by Lewis Morley
June 1963
NPG x38964

Christine Keeler
by Tom Blau
1963
NPG x137310

Mandy Rice-Davies with her poodle
by Keystone Press Agency Ltd
17 June 1963
NPG x137326

Stephen Ward leaving court with Julia Gulliver
by Unknown photographer
24 July 1963
NPG x196123

Mandy Rice-Davies
by Unknown photographer
22 July 1963
NPG x196125

Mandy Rice-Davies
by Tom Blau
1967
NPG x199696

Mandy Rice-Davies
by Unknown photographer
23 July 1963
NPG x196124

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