Lockdown with Lady Lola! Daughter of the Marquess of Bute enjoys country strolls and dips in the sea while in isolation in Scotland with half-sister Jazzy de Lisser and model pal Adwoa Aboah
- Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, 20, is the daughter of the Marquess of Bute
- She is in isolation near her family’s ancestral home with a gaggle of friends
- Among them is half-sister Jazzy de Lisser, an actress, and model Adwoa Aboah
- Group have shared snaps of their wholesome Scottish lockdown on Instagram
Models, society beauties and an actress with free rein of a stunning coastal retreat might sound like the perfect recipe for hedonistic lockdown house parties.
But Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, 20, and her gaggle of glamorous pals are having a decidedly more wholesome time whiling away the hours on Bute – the Scottish island from which her father, former F1 racing driver John Crichton-Stuart, 7th Marquess of Bute, takes his title.
Lady Lola has shared snaps of herself taking dips in the sea, strolling through the countryside and baking up a storm with friends including Vogue cover girl Adwoa Aboah, 27, and Ruby Boglione, the youngest daughter of Petersham Nurseries founders Gael and Francesco, who works as a buyer for the family business.
It is thought the group is staying at a holiday cottage, rather than the family’s ancestral seat, Mount Stuart Manor House, which is home to Lola’s father and fashion designer mother, Serena, 57.
Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, 20, and her gaggle of glamorous pals are having a wholesome time whiling away the hours on Bute – the Scottish island from which her father, John, 7th Marquess of Bute, takes his title. Pictured, Lady Lola stops for a photo while out on a lockdown stroll
Lady Lola soaking up the sun with a book, left, and with her half-sister Jazzy de Lisser (right), 28, of her mother’s previous marriage to Jamaica-born grandee Robert de Lisser
Lady Lola has shared snaps of herself taking dips in the sea with friends including Vogue cover girl Adwoa Aboah, 27. Aboah shared this stylish snap on Instagram during lockdown
It is thought the group is staying at a holiday cottage, rather than the family’s ancestral seat, Mount Stuart Manor House, pictured in a stock photo, which is home to Lola’s parents
Society beauty Lady Lola, who regularly graces the pages of Tatler, is also joined by Aboah’s sister, artist and model Kesewa, 25, and her two half-siblings: actress Jazzy de Lisser, 28, and rapper Joshua de Lisser, 31, of Serena’s first marriage to Jamaica-born grandee Robert de Lisser.
Both Lady Lola and Adwoa Aboah are proudly sober – Lola celebrated six months of being ‘clean and serene’ in January on Instagram – and so it is unlikely booze-fuelled nights by the fire have been on the cards.
Lola shared this snap of the group running into the sea with their dogs during an outing
Lady Lola, centre, with (left-right) Kesewa Aboah, the 25-year-old artist sister of Adwoa, Ruby Boglione, the youngest daughter of Petersham Nurseries founders Gael and Francesco, half-sister Jazzy de Lisser and Adwoa. The group recreated a photo taken together 12 years ago
Despite the lockdown, Lola made sure Easter weekend was full of festivities by throwing a gorgeous lunch complete with bunny ears and Easter eggs, pictured with a friend
Instead the group have been keeping their Instagram followers updated with their low-key lockdown antics, including baking sessions and dog walks in the sunshine.
Despite the lockdown, Lola made sure Easter weekend was full of festivities by throwing a gorgeous lunch complete with bunny ears, Easter eggs and homemade chocolate nests.
The blonde beauty, who is represented by modelling agency Elite, has also shared photos of the savoury food she has been cooking.
Last year Lady Lola made headlines when her on-off boyfriend Kai Schachter-Rich, son of art dealer Kenny Schachter and artist Ilona Rich Schachter and grandson of Denise and Marc Rich, took his own life.
Lady Lola strikes a pose with lookalike friend Izzy McCabe, pictured right in a black silk shirt
Lola and Kesewa lead the group on a country walk in a photo shared on Instagram last week
She was a close friend of IIa Scheckter, daughter of former F1 champion Jody Scheckter, who died of a ‘suspected accidental overdose’ last year after losing her battle with addiction.
Mount Stuart Manor House has been home to the Marquess of Bute since the 1870s, replacing an earlier house by Alexander McGill, which was built in 1719.
The property, which is partly open to the public, boasts a famous colonnaded Marble Hall and crystal-studded vaulted ceilings.
In 2007 the Marquess of Bute sold his other family home, Dumfries House, to Prince Charles for £45million.
This photo of the sun setting over the sea was shared on Instagram by Jazzy de Lisser
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