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Born Bransgore, Hants 9 June 1954; d of Nigel Nicolson, OBE, author, and Philippa Janet, d of Sir (Eustace) Gervais Tennyson d’Eyncourt, 2nd Bt; m 1977, James Macmillan-Scott (marr. diss. 1995); two d; m 2009, Charles Vernon Anson , qv



Benenden Sch.; Westminster Tutors; St Hugh’s Coll., Oxford (BA English Lit. 1976; MA)


With Hamish Hamilton, 1976–81; Chatto & Windus, 1981–83; Atlantic Monthly Press/Grove Press, 1983–94; Ed Victor Ltd, Literary Agency, 1996–2000; writer and journalist, 2000–


The Perfect Summer: dancing into shadow in 1911, 2006; The Great Silence 1918–1920: living in the shadow of the Great War, 2009; Abdication, 2012; A House Full of Daughters (memoir), 2016


talking, walking, cooking


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See Also

Baron Carnock