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Charmers cast their spell by subtle means, they adapt to your moods, they flatter and reassure, they make you feel good about yourself and don’t like talking about themselves until you are completely taken in.
|Nigel Havers as Lewis, charming Audrey.(Coronation Street)|
|The young, Benjamin Disraeli.|
He approached the queen in the role of a gallant prince, falling to one knee, taking her hand and saying:"I plight my troth to the kindest of mistresses."
He went on to praise her so heartily that she blushed. He sent her volumes of his work and when she reciprocated with a book she had written, "Journal of Our Life in the
|Queen Victoria - not immediately obvious as someone who could be charmed!|
When in 1876 Disraeli proposed a bill declaring Queen
What Disraeli had learnt was never to judge by appearances: he saw a frosty, dour woman but appealed to the part of her that wanted male attention and made her feel the most attractive and intelligent woman alive.
|Disraeli - in later life.|
NEXT WEEK: The CHARISMATIC.
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