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  1. Lady Pamela Carmen Louise Hicks (née Mountbatten; born 19 April 1929) is a British aristocrat and relative of the British royal family. She is the younger daughter of Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (formerly Prince Louis of Battenberg) and Edwina Mountbatten, Countess Mountbatten of Burma.

  2. Lady Pamela Carmen Louise Hicks ( née Mountbatten; 19 de abril de 1929) es una aristócrata británica. Ella es la hija menor del 1er Conde Mountbatten de Birmania por su esposa, Edwina Mountbatten .

  3. Según lady Pamela, el rey de España - que “era muy mujeriego”, dice en el podcast- pensó en un primer momento que lord Mountbatten le estaba pidiendo ayuda para ocultar el secreto de un hijo...

  4. The Lady Pamela Carmen Louise Hicks (née Mountbatten) was born on 19th April 1929 in the Ritz Hotel, Barcelona, Spain, the youngest daughter of Admiral of the Fleet The Rt Hon. Lord Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979) and The Hon. Dame Edwina Ashley (1901-1960).

  5. 15/08/2019 · Born in 1929, Lady Pamela is the youngest daughter of the 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma and his wife, Edwina Mountbatten. She had one older sister, Patricia Knatchbull, who inherited the title of 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma in 1979, following the assassination of their father.

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  6. Pamela (who was 90yrs in April 2019) is very a much a private person, despite her royal relations and being in the line of succession to the Throne. Apart from The Queen, she is the only person alive to witness the events of the day Queen Elizabeth II (1926 (1952- ) was informed of her father's death and her succession to the Throne.

  7. THE LADY PAMELA HICKS (née Mountbatten) Page 2/3 On 20th November 1947, Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II (1926 (1952- ) and Mountbatten’s nephew - Lt. Philip Mountbatten, formerly Prince Philip of Greece & Denmark, later Prince Philip, 1st Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021) were married at a glittering ceremony at Westminster Abbey, London.