Belinda Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Baroness Montagu of Beaulieu

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		Montagu of Beaulieu   

Elizabeth Belinda Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Baroness Montagu of Beaulieu, née Crossley (born 11 January 1932), is a British embroiderer.

Belinda Crossley was born to Captain Hon. John Crossley and his second wife, the former Sybelle Drummond. Her father was a younger son of Savile Crossley, 1st Baron Somerleyton. She married Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu, in 1958. The couple's children, Hon. Ralph Douglas-Scott-Montagu, heir apparent to the barony, and Hon. Mary Scott, were born in 1961 and 1964 respectively. Lord and Lady Montagu of Beaulieu got divorced in 1974.

Beaulieu Abbey houses the former Baroness Montagu of Beaulieu's wall hangings which depict the abbey's history. She is the patron of the New Forest Association and was commissioned in 1979 to work on The New Forest Embroidery, in commemoration of the 900th anniversary of the creation of the New Forest.
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