Prince Monolulu and his bride surrounded by crowds, 19 August 1931.
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Prince Monolulu (1881-1965) was a popular figure at British racecourses in the 1930s and 1940s. Born Peter Carl Mackay in British Guiana (Guyana), Prince Monolulu tried his hand at various occupations - including boxing in France, fortune telling in France and opera in Russia - before entering British public life as a showman and tipster at the races. Photograph by George Woodbine, taken in the street shortly after the wedding ceremony.