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Divorcee hosted £250,000 Galentine's Day divorce party using her ex's money

SWNS
SWNS
A British divorcee held a £250,000 Galentine's Day divorce party paid for entirely using her "first alimony cheque".

British baker Debbie Wingham, 42, said she was commissioned to create the "world’s largest Valentine’s cookie" for the event - for a fee of £20,000.

The do saw around 20 women take part in a murder mystery party which included a performance of Cell Block Tango from musical Chicago, and afternoon tea and a photo shoot.

Each attendee at the party held in a mansion near Malaga, Spain, stayed for a haute couture dinner party with cocktail pairings, and got a "swag bag" worth £10,000 each, Debbie's team said.

A source said: "This entire event cost in the region of £250,000.

"Apparently the lady that commissioned the event said it came out of her first alimony payment and was money well spent."

Party artistic director Debbie, from Doncaster, provided the edible centrepiece to the event - a cookie made from 30 eggs, 600 edible flowers and a metre of cake lace.

The 1.5 metre wide cookie came with a cast sugar heart for each guest which they smashed open with a Louis Vuitton axe - to reveal a hidden message inside.

A source said: "The newbie bachelorette said it was the perfect way to mark the next chapter of her life and reaffirm the importance of supportive, uplifting relationships between her close female friends."

The whole-day event was held at La Casa de los Bates, east of Malaga, Spain, yesterday (12) and organised by DM Promotions who say they have worked with Rita Ora and Rihanna.

Company owner Duncan McHugh said: "We have done numerous
luxurious events in the murder mystery sector, this was the first Galentine's girl
power type event.

"It’s really inspired us to explore other avant-garde murder mystery themes."
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