Sir Tony Blair and wife Cherie seen leaving private members club Oswald’s in Mayfair

As if Sir Tony’s shiny new title wasn’t enough, check out Lady Blair’s sparkling new necklace (which her folks insist she got from Swarovski for just £ 200)

  • Sir Tony Blair and his wife Cherie seen leaving the Oswald’s Members Club in Mayfair
  • The couple’s first public appearance since news of the chivalry sparked fury
  • More than 1.1 million people have signed a public petition calling for its cancellation










Sir Tony Blair has finally broken his cover for the first time since news of his knighthood sparked fury across the country.

The former prime minister and his wife were seen with face masks leaving the exclusive private Oswald’s club in Mayfair.

In a black suit, he followed Lady Blair, 67, out of the central London room, who wore a green dress, a blue fur cardigan and a sparkly necklace on Tuesday.

Jewelers contacted by the Daily Mail suggested the chain appeared to be ‘very expensive’ but a Lady Blair spokesperson said it was in fact bought from Swarovski in Oxford Street and cost only around £ 200 .

Sir Tony Blair and his wife Cherie were seen wearing face masks leaving the exclusive Oswald’s private club in Mayfair

Jewelers contacted by the Daily Mail suggested the chain appeared to be

Jewelers contacted by the Daily Mail suggested the chain appeared to be ‘very expensive’ but a Lady Blair spokesperson said it was in fact bought from Swarovski in Oxford Street and cost only around £ 200 .

Oswald’s – owned by Old Etonian businessman Robin Birley – is a favorite among members of the royal family.

Boris Johnson visited with his wife Carrie last week. The fees are only revealed on request, but some have claimed they are as high as £ 2,500 per year.

Petition calling for Mr Blair's honor to be overturned on Change.org reaches over 1 million signatures

Petition calling for Mr Blair’s honor to be overturned on Change.org reaches over 1 million signatures

Sir Tony, 68, has so far declined to comment after 1.1 million people signed a petition calling for his honor to be quashed.

The families of those killed in Iraq have reacted with fury to the decision to make him a Knight Companion of the Order of the Garter in honor of the New Year.

The former boss appeared exasperated when asked by the Mail about their anger at his £ 7million house in central London last week.

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