Since 1989 Emma Bache has worked as a graphologist analysing handwriting for both the corporate and private sectors, building up an enviable client list which over the years has included members of the aristocracy and celebrities. Emma has had her own columns in The Times and The Financial Times analysing leaders such as Rupert Murdoch, Sir Richard Branson, Sir Philip Green and many of our top industrialists, bankers and entrepreneurs. More unusual cases have led her to analyse
some controversial characters such as Saddam Hussein.
Audrey Smith was born in Staffordshire in 1923 and attended Cheltenham
Ladies College. She left school mid-WW2 and went into the Wrens and
worked in signals. After the war she went to London and worked as a fashion
model before marrying a surgeon in the Midlands. She gave up her modelling career to have three daughters the youngest of whom was me. She
dedicated her life to her family before dying of pancreatic cancer in 1991.