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She married British bartender turned Los Angeles bar owner Jeremy Thomas on March 20, 1994, and filed for divorce less than two months later.
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She and married
She had grown up with young Jenkins, and he had heard that they had been at the point of getting married at least twice.
She and her second husband, Sir Max Mallowan, were one of the rare married couples to be titled, each in their own right.
She was married in 515 to Eutharic ( c. 480 – 522 ), an Ostrogoth noble of the old Amal line, who had previously been living in Visigothic Hispania, son of Widerich ( born c. 450 ), grandson of Berismund ( born c. 410 ), and great-grandson of Thorismund ( died after 400 ), King of the Ostrogoths c. 400.
She married Basil of Trebizond and took over the throne of the Empire of Trebizond from 1340 to 1341.
She divorced Vadim in 1957 and in 1959 married actor Jacques Charrier, with whom she starred in Babette Goes to War.
She became the sister-in-law of her friend and colleague, Édouard Manet, when she married his brother, Eugène.
She married Henry VIII, who had only just acceded to the throne, in a private ceremony at Greenwich Church.
She did write for a few television shows under her married name, but upon marrying Thomas Reggie ( who was not a writer ) in 1963, she ceased writing entirely.
She married David on September 23, 1885, in Lecompton, Kansas, on the campus of their alma mater, Lane University.
She became a member of the Communist Party in 1938, and married Deng a year later in front of Mao's cave dwelling in Yan ' an.
She elected to work under the advice and management of her third husband, Marty Melcher, whom she married in Burbank on April 3, 1951.
She and British
She is just home from a sojourn in London where she has become the sweetheart of a young fellow named Ronnie ( we never do see him ) and has been subjected to a first course in thinking and appreciating, including a dose of good British socialism.
Murder, She Said ( 1961, directed by George Pollock ) was the first of four British MGM productions starring Rutherford.
She played bit parts in three English-language films, the British comedy Doctor at Sea ( 1955 ) with Dirk Bogarde, Helen of Troy ( 1954 ), in which she was understudy for the title role but appears only as Helen's handmaid, and Act of Love ( 1954 ) with Kirk Douglas.
She obtains desirable commercial contracts by using her charms to hoodwink visiting British envoys, principally Colonel Egham and Duncan Mince.
She has also been the subject of a 1978 British TV series, Warrior Queen, starring Siân Phillips as Boudica.
She observed in the flirtations between the American soldiers and British women a pattern of misunderstandings regarding who is supposed to take which initiative.
She wrote of the Americans, " The boy learns to make advances and rely upon the girl to repulse them whenever they are inappropriate to the state of feeling between the pair ", as contrasted to the British, where " the girl is reared to depend upon a slight barrier of chilliness ... which the boys learn to respect, and for the rest to rely upon the men to approach or advance, as warranted by the situation.
She was also granted a knighthood in 1917, when the Order of the British Empire was created ( it was the first order explicitly open to women ).
She noted that they produced an extraordinary wealth of information on German war plans but next to nothing on the repeated question of British penetration of Russian intelligence in either London or Moscow.
She holds honorary degrees from the University of Toronto, York University, McMaster University, Trent University, and the University of British Columbia.
She had directed the detailed planning of the funeral, including ordering all the major events and asking former President George H. W. Bush as well as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to speak during the National Cathedral Service.
She was a Patron of the International Red Cross Committee, honorary chair of the British United Aid to China Fund, and First Honorary Member of the Bill of Rights Commemorative Society.
She was married three times and had a daughter, Christina ( born May 16, 1968 ) by her second marriage, to British actor David Cameron.
She has been referenced in several historical novels, most notably in The French Lieutenant's Woman ( 1969 ) by John Fowles, who was critical of the fact that no British scientist had named a species after her in her lifetime.
She received critical acclaim for her performance in Being John Malkovich ( 1999 ), which earned her Best Supporting Actress nominations at the Golden Globe Award, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards, and the Screen Actors Guild Awards ( SAG Awards ).
As British writer and critic V. S. Pritchett explained, " She was certainly drily aware that she had been given to an old husband as a reward for his professional services to a friend of her family and that the capital was on her side.
She posed in their apartment for photographer Terry O ' Neill in casual domestic scenes such as opening baby gifts, and also completed a series of glamour photographs for the British magazine Queen.
She was accompanied by her mother whose presence was necessary to satisfy the requirements of David Anstey, chief warden, who was concerned for their safety ; Tanzania was " Tanganyika " at that time and a British protectorate.