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Using room 102 in the hotel where she works as her dating ‘lair’, she opens herself up to a world of sex, lies, deception, as well as personal discovery and passionate love.
With a charming F1 engineer, a handsome army officer and her adulterous ex all on the scene, a predictable love match is far from on the cards.
The refusal to back down on the introduction of the harsh punishments, which formally came into law last month, has seen a number of celebrities make public protests against the many businesses the Sultan of Brunei owns or is connected to outside his oil-rich country.
Worldwide: Supporters of women's rights and LGBT groups wear masks of Jay Leno and Ellen De Generes during a protest outside the Hotel Bel-Air, to urge people to boycott businesses owned by the Sultan of Brunei Ms Wintour released a statement to the New York Times explaining: 'While I am sensitive to the potential impact that this issue may have on the wonderful staff at Le Meurice, I cannot in all good conscience stay there, nor can Vogue’s editors.'Her decision comes as Conde Nast confirmed that all its magazines have opted to boycott the Dorchester Collection of hotels, which includes The Dorchester and 45 Park Lane, in London, as well as Coworth Park.
They are unhappy at the severe laws recently introduced in Brunei The stoning to death of homosexuals is just one of a number of brutal punishments Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah has brought in following his decision to introduce Islamic Sharia law to the small Southeast Asian nation.
Others include amputation for crimes such as theft and the death penalty for adulterers.
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Popular with the royals: The Duchess is not the only royal to endorse the Sultan of Brunei's luxury hotels recently.
Princes Harry (far left) and William (second from right) both played polo at Coworth Park on Saturday The Sultan of Brunei's hotels have been the focus of a worldwide boycott backed by the likes of Anna Wintour (right) and Sir Richard Branson (left).
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Both venues are part of the Dorchester Collection group owned by the Sultan, whose decision to impose sharia law in his country, which would make it legal for homosexuals living there to be stoned, has provoked an outcry.
The young royals' visits to the Sultan's venues - the Duchess of Cambridge was accompanied by nine police protection officers - risk dragging the Royal Family into the growing row over the harsh new laws the Sultan has introduced.