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By the summer of 1947 it was the talk of Delhi and one writer observed: “Nehru’s relationship with Lady Mountbatten is sufficiently close to have raised many eyebrows.”The concern, particularly among the British as well as among Nehru’s political enemies, was that never in the history of British colonial rule had an Indian had such access to British officialdom at this level.
The joke among highly placed Indian politicians at the time was that “Nehru appears to command the viceroy’s office through his bedroom”.
But they were no ordinary couple aroused by the passions of India.
He was Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister.
It concerns one of the leading hostesses in the country – a woman highly connected and immensely rich.
Her association with a black man became so marked that they were the talk of the west End.
He had been in Malta because he was serving there as an officer in the Royal Navy.It was not Paul Robeson who had captured Lady Mountbatten’s desires but a popular black cabaret entertainer of the day, Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson.All this was very much recalled by the British community in India when word of the affair between Nehru and Edwina seeped out.Lady Mountbatten, who was politically astute and no mere social ornament, lobbied strongly for her lover Nehru’s causes and would communicate her feelings back to her influential friends in London.Many among the British in India at the time questioned whether the affair with Nehru was merely a passing flirtation or just something to occupy her Indian summer and one in the long series of love affairs she had had before.
Then one day the couple were caught in compromising circum- stances.