Sandra Howard

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Sandra Howard, Baroness Howard of Lympne (born 1940) is an English novelist, former model and the wife of Michael Howard, a former leader of the Conservative Party.

As Sandra Paul, she was a well-known model in the 1960s and was featured on the cover of American Vogue for two months in a row, was photographed by David Bailey and Norman Parkinson and was acquainted with John F Kennedy, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan.

She has been married four times, the first of which was when she was 18 to jazz pianist Robin Douglas-Home, the nephew of the former Prime Minister, Alec Douglas-Home. She has a son, Sholto, from this marriage. She was later married to David Wynne-Morgan, a publicist, whom she also divorced. She then married advertising executive Nigel Grandfield.

It was while married to Grandfield that she met Michael Howard at a Red Cross Ball. He was later named as co-respondent in what became a high-profile divorce case. She and Howard subsequently married in 1975. They have one son, Nicholas, who was born in 1976 and a daughter, Larissa, who was born in 1977.

She has written five novels, the most recent, "Tell the Girl", was published on 3 July 2014.[1] She made a brief foray back to her modelling career in the 1990s by posing for Marks & Spencer catalogues.



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