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Hard to believe, but the heavily tattooed figure in the film is the same frock-coated schoolboy once pictured grinning alongside the younger boy he was mentoring at Eton, Prince William.
In fact these are online show-reels in which Nicholas Knatchbull, godson of Prince Charles, is simply illustrating his skill as a film-maker working under the nom de plume 5DN — Five Dimensional Nick.
The message couldn’t be clearer: in one clip he is stirring white powder and chopping lines with a credit card, and in another smoke billows from his nostrils.
Above the sound of rave music floats some salty language.
Knatchbull’s former fiancee, who denies the attack, mounted the assault, the court heard, simply because she wanted to be sent to prison.
Nicholas met the dreadlocked mother of two in his late 20s while working as a techno DJ under the name ‘Safe as Milk’ and sleeping on a friend’s sofa.
The Queen and Philip spent their wedding night there, as did Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
With the death of his grandmother, Nicholas, 36, is just a heartbeat away from the Mountbatten title himself, and the estate.
Alexandra, whose godmother was Princess Diana, has, for example, replaced her father as patron of the Mountbatten School in nearby Romsey.But the question now is: would he actually want it?For thus far, Nicholas has pointedly lived a life as far removed as possible from the great house, a dropout from the grandeur of his illustrious family.But there is, we find, an important new love in the life of the Mountbatten heir.Nicholas, who has been clean of drugs for six years, is sharing a flat in Brixton with Emma Stayhear, a musician and beauty therapist understood to be of Indonesian extraction. Emma became his fiancee when the pair attended an electronic music festival last summer.
The perfect illustration of just what a rackety life he has led came in a little reported court case this week.