Gertrude Elizabeth, Lady Colin Campbell (née Blood; 3 May 1857 – 1 November 1911) was an Irish-born journalist, author, playwright, and editor. She was married to Lord Colin Campbell , a brother-in-law of Princess Louise , Queen Victoria's fourth daughter.
- Irish, British
- Lord Colin Campbell (1881–1895)
11 de nov. de 2014 · Gertrude Elizabeth Blood was 22 when her mother brought her to Scotland in search of a suitable husband. One fateful September night in 1880, she caught the eye of Lord Colin Campbell, son of the...
Gertrude Elizabeth, Lady Colin Campbell (de soltera Blood; 3 de mayo de 1857 - 1 de noviembre de 1911) fue una periodista, autora, dramaturga y editora nacida en Irlanda. Estaba casada con Lord Colin Campbell, cuñado de la princesa Louise, la cuarta hija de la reina Victoria.
24 de may. de 2018 · Gertrude Elizabeth Blood died at Carlyle Mansions in London on 1 November 1911 after a long illness and was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium on 5 November. It is ironic that this remarkable woman is now remembered for her divorce trial and is characterised as promiscuous and a courtesan.
- "Lady Campbell", "Lady Gertrude Campbell"
- County Clare, Ireland
- May 03, 1857
- Journalist, editor, author, playwright
Gertrude Blood (1857-1911) married Lord Colin Campbell, younger son of the Duke of Argyll, in 1881, but separated from him five years later after a scandalous case in which he alleged her adultery with four other men.
Boldini portrays Gertrude Elizabeth Blood, otherwise known as Lady Colin Campbell, a famous Irish aristocrat, known for her beauty and intelligence, who was married to the Scottish nobleman Lord Colin Campbell. Theirs however was a very unhappy marriage, sealed by the continuous infidelities of Colin, a usual visitor to London brothels.