Lady Mone shows more cleavage than Peerage after photo “glitches” hit glossy new website

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MICHELLE Mone’s glossy new website appears to have a technical glitch – many of the pictures cut off her head and focus firmly on her chest.

The former bra tycoon – who now styles herself as Baroness Mone of Mayfair – took to Twitter on Tuesday evening to tell her million Twitter followers about the new site.

But visitors to michellemone.com are likely to have found themselves staring at several pictures of the entrepreneur’s cleavage minus her head.

The “Speaker” section of the website features a lengthy video sequence in which the Peer’s head and most of the captions are lost in favour of her chest. One such image displays her cleavage with the caption – “developer of 15 inventions”.

Another image on the site shows Lady Mone posing for a portrait after receiving an OBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

The glitch appeared on her brand new website
The glitch appeared on her brand new website

But even on this special occasion her face has been cut out – with only the OBE medal, next to her upper torso on show.

One more image of the star heads up a page of her “Lifestyle Tips”.

But yet again her face is cut out of the banner image, whilst the title “Lifestyle Tips” hovers over her chest.

The site, on which Lady Mone is described as “one of Scotland’s finest exports”, also features a handy page of inspirational sayings which can be tweeted with one click.

Lady Mone also reminds visitors of her upbringing in the “impoverished East End of Glasgow” to founding of bra business “Ultimo”.

It also includes a boast that she has received £1bn of coverage in the media for herself and her brands.

Lady Mone’s original Tweet promoting the site drew some criticism online.

Many of the videos also contained unfortunate glitches
Many of the videos also contained unfortunate glitches

One claimed that it contained “howling spelling mistakes”.

Another commented: “Good to see you support UK business by having it developed in the USA.”

Criticising the site, he added: “Poor response times and menu colours don’t contrast well.”

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