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Lady Colin Campbell

Lady Colin CampbellLady Colin Campbell was born in Jamaica and educated there and in New York.

A top model in the late sixties/early seventies, she married Lord Colin Campbell, brother of the 12th Duke of Argyll, in 1974.

Divorced, she is the mother of two sons, three springer spaniels who are descendants of Tum Tum, and four rescue cats. She lives in London, and frequently visits the South of France, where she has a chateau.

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