The Kingly Club, the private member’s bar in London’s Soho, where government minister John Profumo infamously first met Christine Keeler, has been placed on the market. Located within a three-storey courtyard conversion set behind Carnaby Street on the former site of the 1960's Pinstripe Club, the club has played host to famous faces such as Cary Grant, Oliver Reed, Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn. Owner Patrice Gouty is selling the club, which has a 3am license, to focus on his overseas projects. The passing rent is £52,500 per annum exclusive and premium offers for the lease are being invited. Jonathan Moradoff, associate director at Davis Coffer Lyons, which is marketing the club, said, “Late-night licensed properties of this calibre very rarely come to the fore, and we have already seen considerable interest from both existing central London operators and high-net worth individuals from overseas who looking to establish an immediate presence in the West End leisure market.”