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Sir Jocelyn Stevens, CVO (born 1932) is the former publisher of Queen Magazine; a financier of the first British pirate radio station Radio Caroline; newspaper editor for major London dailies and former chairman of English Heritage.
Jocelyn Stevens bought the Victorian British Establishment magazine, "The Queen", shortly after leaving Trinity College, Cambridge in the nineteen-fifties. Stevens revamped the magazine by hiring Beatrix Miller as editor. In the 1960s he was named as managing director of the Evening Standard and Daily Express newspapers.
His first marriage, to Janie Sheffield (a lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret), lasted 23 years, and ended in 1979. His daughter, Pandora, married property developer Charles Delevingne. Their daughters include Chloe Buckworth, Poppy Delevingne and Cara Delevingne. Stevens became a partner for some 30 years of the philanthropist Dame Vivien Duffield until they separated in 2005.
Stevens' half-sister is Prudence, Lady Penn, LVO, a former lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and wife to the former Comptroller of the Lord Chamberlain's Office, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Eric Penn, GCVO, OBE, MC.
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