Tatler girl Lana Palumbo has been banned from driving after she was caught more than twice over the legal drink-drive limit.
The 26-year-old model, who is the daughter of Lord and Lady Palumbo, didn't have her lights on when officers spotted her moving her car in Kensington, west London.
She told Westminster Magistrates Court she had parked her blue Fiat 500 on a yellow line outside a friend's birthday party and was only looking to move it.
But the socialite 'misjudged' how much she had drunk and was caught with 81microgrammes in her system. The legal limit is 35mg per 100ml of breath.
Socialite and model Lana Palumbo (pictured outside Westminster Magistrates Court) didn't have her lights on when officers spotted her moving her car in Kensington, west London
Palumbo's father Baron Peter Palumbo is a wealthy property developer, art collector and Conservative peer in the House of Lords.
The now 82-year-old was a polo team mate of Prince Charles until a falling out over Palumbo's plans for a building near St Paul's Cathedral, in which Charles branded it a 'glass stump'.
Baron Palumbo is also the godfather of Princess Beatrice of York.