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“But the feminists had been outraged for the way I had been treated,” she says. Elizabeth Taylor called saying, ‘I’m wearing short! (What no one knew was that she had eaten some hallucinogenic peyote beforehand.) The Trouble with Margaret had actually started long before.
Almost from the start, the unconventional Trudeau marriage had been jinxed.
The media frenzy reached its peak when she attended a reception at the White House in 1977 and was practically burned in effigy for wearing a knee-length cocktail dress—and, worse, for having a run in her stocking.
The next day, she dreaded the reciprocal reception the Trudeaus were obliged to host for Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, at the Canadian Embassy in Washington. ’ So we all wore short, and we all laughed.”“Margaret incidents” became a staple of the papers, such as when, impromptu, she serenaded the First Lady of Venezuela with a self-composed tune during a state dinner.
Ryan O’Neal, in those days, was still one of Hollywood’s favorite bad boys, a rake with sandy hair and a Pepsodent smile.
The outside world saw the dervish—the poster girl for the 70s’ louche free-for-all as she sipped champagne at the Savoy, roared through shopping sprees at Chloe, Ungaro, and Charles Jourdan, and sought love and sex from powerful men.“Self-loathing is the biggest hurdle you have to get over,” she says on the lanai, taking a sip of tea.
By the late 1970s she was an international sensation, the Holly Golightly of the Mounties, the wayward wife who had left Canada’s dashing, intellectual prime minister, Pierre, and their three young sons (the eldest, Justin, became prime minister in 2015) to pursue a life of glitz and unbridled hedonism that was splashed on the pages of every international tabloid.