Corinne PurtillMay 16, 2013 06:01
LONDON — She wore high heels, shorts and a tan that’s impossible to achieve naturally in London in early May. He sported a blue suit and carried a small dog on his arm. “I think we could get away with a private jet, don’t you?” he said as they glided down the street, a snippet of overheard conversation in Knightsbridge, long one of London’s poshest districts. But its newest and possibly richest residents are changing its atmosphere.