Katharine, Duchess of Kent

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Duchess of Kent (more)
The Duchess, smiling and in bright yellow clothes, holds a koala
The Duchess with a koala at Expo 88 in Brisbane
BornKatharine Lucy Mary Worsley
(1933-02-22) 22 February 1933 (age 89)
Hovingham Hall, Yorkshire, England
HouseWindsor (by marriage)
FatherSir William Worsley, 4th Bt.
MotherJoyce Brunner
ReligionRoman Catholicism
(prev. Anglicanism)

Katharine, Duchess of Kent, GCVO (born Katharine Lucy Mary Worsley; 22 February 1933), is a member of the British Royal Family. Her husband, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, is a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.

Kathrine was born in Hovingham, North Yorkshire, She was youngest daughter of Sir William Worsley and Joyce Brunner

She was married Prince Edward, Duke of Kent in 1961, They have three children George and Lady Helen, Lord Nicholas

The Duchess of Kent became famous her conversion to Catholicism in 1994, the first member of the Royal Family to convert publicly since 1701.[1] The Duchess of Kent is strongly associated with the world of music, and has performed as a member of several choirs.

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  1. "The Army wife who would occasionally don a tiara". The Telegraph. 19 June 1999. Archived from the original on 25 March 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2018.

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