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Tatler featured writers from Brown's eclectic circle including Julian Barnes, Dennis Potter, Auberon Waugh, Brian Sewell, Georgina Howell, and Nicholas Coleridge (later President of Conde Nast International).Brown herself wrote content for every issue, contributing irreverent surveys of the upper classes.(Vanity Fair had previously ceased publication in 1936.) Edited first by Richard Locke and then by Leo Lerman, it was dying with an unviable circulation of 200,000 and 12 pages of advertising.She stayed on as a contributing editor for a brief time, and then was named editor-in-chief on 1 January 1984.
In 1939, he had an early marriage to the actress Maureen O'Hara; according to O'Hara, it was never consummated, owing to her parents' intervention, and it was annulled.
George later met and married Brown's mother, Bettina Iris Mary (Kohr), who was an assistant to Laurence Olivier.
Brown's mother was of part Iraqi descent; she recounted, “She was dark and I never knew why.” In her later years, Bettina wrote for an English-language magazine for expatriates in Spain where she and her husband lived in retirement until moving to New York in the early eighties to be with their daughter and grandchildren.
She travelled through Scotland to portray the owners' stately homes.
She also wrote short satirical profiles of eligible London bachelors under the pen-name Rosie Boot.