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The Hon. Michael Langhorne Astor (10 April 1916 — 28 February 1980) was a British Conservative Party politician and fourth child of Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor, and Nancy Witcher Langhorne, both Members of Parliament.
Astor was educated at Eton College. He gained the rank of Captain, serving in the Royal Artillery (Territorial Army). He was elected as Conservative Member of Parliament for Surrey East in the 1945 General Election. He kept his seat in the 1950 election but did not stand in 1951.
He wrote Tribal Feeling, his memoirs, published in 1963, and Brand, a novel, published in 1968.
- Barbara McNeill (1942–1961), with whom he had four children.
- Pandora Clifford (1961–1968).
- Judith Innes (1970–1980), with whom he had a daughter, Polly in 1971. Polly has a daughter, Martha West, with Dominic West.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Michael Astor
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