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|Born||Helen Mary Boyd
8 November 1947
Guildford, Surrey, England
|Occupation||Former Model, Author, Clinical Consultant.|
Mick Fleetwood (m. 1970–1977) (divorced)Ian Wallace (m. 1984– ?) (divorced)
Helen Mary Boyd, "Jenny Boyd", (born 8 November 1947 in Guildford, Surrey, England) is the daughter of Diana Frances Boyd and Colin Ian Langdon Boyd. She is best known from her short 1960's modeling career, but she quit modeling after discovering Transcendental Meditation, and she soon considered modeling a "waste of her time." She later became a clinical consultant and author. She is the younger sister of 1960s model and photographer, Pattie Boyd and the older sister of Paula Boyd.
Early life and career
She was born as Helen Mary Boyd in Guildford, Surrey, England in November 1947.
Her older sister, Pattie, had a favorite childhood doll named Jenny, hence Helen's nickname. The first six years of Jenny's life were spent in Kenya, East Africa. In the mid-fifties, her family moved to London.
She was a free-lance model in the 1960s, and often accompanied her sister Pattie to modeling jobs.
She had a relationship with folk-rock singer Donovan, who wrote the song "Jennifer Juniper" about her. Boyd traveled with Donovan and her sister, Pattie Boyd, to Rishikesh, India, to attend a training session in Transcendental Meditation held by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in 1968. Later she shared an apartment with Magic Alex of Apple Corps's Apple Electronics subdivision. She also worked at the Apple Boutique in London.
Jenny was fifteen when she met drummer Mick Fleetwood, who, at the time, was in a band called the Bo Street Runners. From thereon, they began an on and off relationship that would last fifteen years. They eventually married in June 1970 and they had two daughters, Lucy and Amy. After divorcing Fleetwood (and remarrying and divorcing him a second time), Jenny married drummer Ian Wallace in 1984 but he later died of cancer..
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