Born in Australia, at 22, Michele Mainwaring was a beauty queen with several titles.
In 1970 she married Daniel Ivan-Zadeh, a descendant of Russian nobility whose family had fled from the collapsing Russian Empire during the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, changing their surname on arrival in Persia. Upon marrying Daniel she was given the title Countess of Griaznoff.
In 1990 the then 44-year-old Countess married 72-year-old Sir Frank Renouf and was given the title of "Lady Michelle" by Queen Elizabeth. Sir Frank was an international financier who, among other things, oversaw the reinstallation of Germany into the Rothschild banking system. Through him, lady Michelle gained the inside knowledge of the banking systems and knows first hand the damage they have wrought throughout the world.
Sir Frank and Lady Michelle resided in the Eaton Square home of the former Prime Minister to England, Sir Neville Chamberlain, who had preceded Winston Churchill.
Sir Frank died in 1998 and Lady Michelle dated world-famous actor Omar Sharif, best known for performance in the 1962 film Lawrence of Arabia.
Famous in Britain, Germany and Australia, Lady Michelle has worked for decades as a model in print ads and commercials. She is often cast as a well-to-do woman of a certain age in British TV.
Lady Michelle travels Europe and the globe as an advocate for a number of political causes including BREXIT.
She has also moved to the other side of the camera, launching an independent film company, producing documentary films.
In this week's conversation, the first of two, Lady Michelle talks about a series of films she is currently releasing, the subjects of some of her interviews, how historians and academics are being jailed throughout Europe for simply asking polite questions that challenge the "official narrative," Brexit, the murder of her friend the late Colonel Muammar Quadaffi, her relationship with royal families and world leaders, what the elites really think about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the evils of the banking system, how the US and UK have lost their sovereignty, and a number of other topics.