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Lady Mary Elizabeth Douglas-Home was born in 1982. She is the daughter of David Alexander Cospatrick Douglas-Home, 15th Earl of Home and Jane Margaret Williams-Wynne.

She was educated at Heathfield School, Ascot, Berkshire, England and King's College London

Mary Douglas-Home is a production assistant at the Guardian newspaper. She describes herself as an 'erstwhile musician', once part of the rock group, Headland, which performed at Glastonbury,

 

She married, on 26th June 2010 Christopher Gurth Clothier, only son of Mr John Clothier and Ms Jane Kimber, of Littlecourt, West Bagborough, Taunton, Somerset. They have a daughter, Eira Thursday Clothier, born 5th January 2013.   Clothier was in 2010 a non-executive director at Cyprotex.

 

 

 

 

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