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Rothschild and other billionaire investors have backed plans to establish an Adriatic St Tropez at Porto Montenegro, which is why he was probably so keen to host his party there. The three-day no-expenses spared bash was an unofficial launch party for the development, built on the remains of a dilapidated Communist-era naval base. The waterfront has had to be cleared of the rusting hulks of old warships. But they have salvaged one submarine, with plans to turn it into an exotic cocktail bar. Plans are also in place for an international school and golf course to cater for super-rich residents, while a nearby commercial shipyard is to be turned into a maintenance yard for superyachts. For hours before the start of the party the whole venue had been a building site swarmed over by mostly British construction workers. Dress code for last night was 'disco chic' and the celebration was dubbed 'Nat's disco soiree' which took place around 65-metre infinity pool. The birthday celebrations continued the next day with a 'hangover lunch' in the sunshine around the infinity pool. Many of the high-profile guests are so discreet in their private lives security has been given cards to identify who's who. The party is set to continue throughout the weekend.
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Lord Mandelson arrived at the party wearing a dark-blue open-necked shirt and white chinos and was immediately surrounded by security staff who ushered him towards a launch. When the Mail on Sunday reporter tried to take a picture on his mobile, the bouncers swooped. One 6ft guard with a strong East European accent said ‘Let me see your phone’, as he snatched it away. He then deleted the only picture of Lord Mandelson the device contained. Handing the phone back, he told the reporter: ‘No pictures here please.’ Another heavily built security guard said: ‘Take a walk now. Just take a walk. I don’t want to see you here ever again.’ An MoS photographer was also forced to delete all the photographs he stored on a camera memory card and told to leave immediately. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...