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  1. Lady Sarah met Daniel Chatto during her sabbatical in India with her father in the 1980s. Chatto was working on another British film, Heat and Dust. He is from a theatrical family, the son of actor Tom Chatto (1920–1982) and the theatrical agent Ros Chatto (born Rosalind Joan Thompson; died 2012).

  2. Lady Sarah Chatto, ou Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, née le 1 er mai 1964 au palais de Kensington à Londres, est une artiste peintre et désigner, membre de la famille royale britannique Sommaire 1 Biographie

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tom_ChattoTom Chatto - Wikipedia

    Chatto married Rosalind Joan Thompson, who became a successful talent agent under the name Ros Chatto (died 5 June 2012); the couple had two sons: James and Daniel. His son Daniel is married to Lady Sarah Chatto , the daughter of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon , and the niece of Queen Elizabeth II .

  4. 04/02/2020 · The name Arthur Chatto is associated with the Royal Family of England, as he is known as the grand nephew of Queen Elizabeth II, and son of Lady Sarah, who is the queen’s niece. Though he was born 23rd in line for the throne, his presence on social media is rising, and many people are interested to know about the 20-year-old Arthur, who has stirred a controversy with his shirtless selfies.

  5. 03/06/2021 · Sarah Hall. So acute, indeed, are Mr. Galgut's descriptions - of a character's inner life, a body's fragility, a family's shared wounds, a country's accumulated scars - that they seem like our perceptions, not his. . . Time and again in Mr. Galgut's fiction, South Africa materializes, vast, astonishing, resonant.

  6. 12/11/2020 · Princess Margaret and her husband had two children: David Armstrong-Jones, the 2nd Earl of Snowdon, and Lady Sarah Chatto. Here's what the royals are up to now.

  7. 17/06/2021 · - Sarah Hall 'The Promise is a gorgeous and pleasurable novel, with an imaginative heft to match Galgut's fellow South African writers Gordimer, Coetzee and Brink. It's richly evocative of the land and its people, and reports on a new South Africa without fake moralising; it made me laugh, too.

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