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Such was his addiction to winning that he often played all the roulette table numbers at once.With four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a sauna, a dining room and a sunken living room, it was the scene of many legendary drinking sessions, but the friendship between Tom and Elvis was always tinged with more than a hint of professional rivalry.We spent last Friday night together at her flat and ordered Chinese takeaway – Peking duck, which was her favourite.‘It was something we’d done on Friday nights for months because she was no longer going out. She had some alcohol but there was no sign she was on drugs.‘Her main complaint was that she was in constant pain from the autoimmune disorder and had turned into a virtual recluse because she was scared of going out and catching something.She had no immune system left.’ The pair ate Chinese food in the socialite's £4.4 million London penthouse on the Friday before she died.American film producer Joe Simon, 50, spent the Friday night before Tara’s death last week eating a Chinese takeaway with her at her £4.4 million London penthouse – and received a ‘thank you’ text from her the following morning.Former It Girl Tara, a close friend of Princes Charles, William and Harry, was found dead in bed by her cleaner at the Kensington property last Wednesday. Simon, an art connoisseur, had been close friends with Prince Charles’s goddaughter since meeting her in Los Angeles more than two decades ago.‘She was in great spirits, despite being in tremendous pain,’ Simon told a friend last night.‘I believe I was the last person to see her alive and we had a lovely evening.Indeed, ‘loads of fun’, according to another contemporary, Sienna Miller.
Now, with the death of Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, we have a tragic new poster girl.Metropolitan Opera star Marion Talley sings "Caro Nome" from Verdi's opera Rigoletto in this short film, part of the first program of shorts that accompanied "Don Juan" (1926). The last person known to have seen Tara Palmer-Tomkinson alive says the tragic socialite was in ‘good spirits’ despite complaining of crippling pain from a rare autoimmune disease which left her a virtual prisoner in her flat.She complained to Simon about being in crippling pain from a rare autoimmune disease which left her a virtual prisoner in her flat Simon, who produced the 1995 film Richard III starring Sir Ian Mc Kellen and Annette Bening, is a British art world habitué who was a friend of pop artist Andy Warhol.He says that, while Tara had been diagnosed with a benign brain tumour last year, it was the autoimmune disease which devastated her health and made her despair.‘She was in constant pain from the autoimmune disease which attacks the body like AIDS,’ he told a friend, Tara’s ex-PR representative Sean Borg.‘She rarely went out because she had no resistance to illness. If she caught a bug, she’d be sick in bed for a week.