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Name
  
Elizabeth Rees-Williams


Role
  
Film actor

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Full Name
  
Joan Elizabeth Rees-Williams

Born
  
1 May 1936 (age 87) (
1936-05-01
)
Cardiff, Wales

Spouse
  
Jonathan Aitken (m. 2003)

Children
  
Jared Harris, Jamie Harris, Damian Harris

Parents
  
David Rees-Williams, 1st Baron Og, Alice Alexandra Constance

Grandchildren
  
Ella Harris, Marlowe Harris

Similar People
  
Richard Harris, David Rees‑Williams - 1st Baron, Jonathan Aitken, Jared Harris, Rex Harrison

Joan Elizabeth Rees-Williams, The Hon. Mrs. Aitken (born 1 May 1936) is a Welsh socialite. She appeared on the British television series 'Question Time' in 1979, and in the documentaries 'Biography' (1987) and '50 Films to See Before You Die' (2006).

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She was born in Cardiff, the daughter of Alice Alexandra Constance (née Wills) and the politician David Rees-Williams, 1st Baron Ogmore. She has three children from her first marriage and gained at least eight stepchildren from her later marriages.

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Marriages and children

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She has been married four times.

She married Richard Harris in 1957, with whom she had three sons (Damian Harris, Jared Harris, and Jamie Harris). They divorced in 1969. Sir Rex Harrison was her second husband from 1971 to 1975. He has two sons (Noel Harrison and Carey Harrison) from a previous relationship. Rees-Williams wed Peter Michael Aitken in 1980 and divorced in 1985. He has two sons from a prior relationship, (James and Jason Aitken), and is the cousin of her current husband, Jonathan Aitken, whom she married on 25 June 2003. Jonathan already had three daughters and one son, (Alexandra Aitken, Victoria Aitken, Petrina Khashoggi, and William Aitken).

References

Elizabeth Rees-Williams Wikipedia