The party organiser and knitting guru - he once published a book about the history of knitwear - hit headlines earlier this year when it emerged his father, Tory MP Derek, had paid £260,000 of public sector money to his family in an astonishing case of nepotism.
The news took a wicked turn when it emerged one of Henry's club nights was entitled the rather catchy 'F*** Off I'm Rich Party'.
Henry and his younger brother Freddie were paid tens of thousands of pounds by their father for their work as his 'researchers' - at about the same time Henry was gallivanting around Cambridge University. Friends were perplexed as to how he could have earned his wage.
So, assuming the £260,000 has yet to be paid back in full, does this mean Henry Conway is Outside's first public sector client?