- Intimate note by Wendi Deng fuels Murdoch and Blair’s feud
- Ex-PM banned from summit after tycoon said: ‘It’s me or Tony’
- Blair and Murdoch, once allies, now have a ‘terminal’ rift, claim sources
PUBLISHED: 17:12 EST, 30 November 2013 | UPDATED: 20:28 EST, 30 November 2013
A sensational note written by Rupert Murdoch’s ex-wife Wendi Deng that reveals she had a ‘crush’ on Tony Blair has been found, it was revealed last night.
The note was written before media tycoon Mr Murdoch filed for divorce when he discovered Ms Deng had spent weekends with Mr Blair at Mr Murdoch’s homes.
A well-placed source said the document was written in the form of a note by Ms Deng to herself in which she expressed her ‘warm feelings’ for the former Prime Minister.
In further dramatic developments surrounding the feud between the two men – who forged one of the most powerful media and political alliances in British post-war history – The Mail on Sunday can reveal that Mr Blair was forced to stay away from the world’s biggest media conference after Mr Murdoch objected to his presence.
Wendi Deng expressed her ‘warm feelings’ for former PM Tony Blair, it has been revealed
It has also emerged that Mr Blair, 60, and Ms Deng, 44, met on a superyacht owned by music billionaire David Geffen without Mr Murdoch’s knowledge.
The new revelations follow our expose last week of the ‘terminal’ rift between Mr Murdoch and Mr Blair over Mr Blair’s ‘multiple encounters’ with Ms Deng, including three overnight stays at two of Mr Murdoch’s homes behind his back.
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