Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Cooper, Viscount Norwich is an English aristocrat, charming social figure in London and Paris. As a young woman, she lived in a famous group of intellectuals known as Coterie, most of whom were killed in WWI. She married one of the few survivors, Duff Cooper, later British Ambassador to France. After her death, she wrote three memoirs revealing a lot about the high life of the early twentieth century.
|Born||Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Manners, August 29, 1892, London, England|
|Died||June 16, 1986, London, England|
|Children||John Julius Norwich|
|Parent(s)||Henry Cust (biological father), Violet Lindsay (mother), Henry Manners, 8th Duke of Rutland (legal father)|
|IMDb||Lady Diana Cooper's IMDb|
Daughter of the 8th Duke of Rutland who was one of London and Paris's most well-known 19th century socialites.
She gained a reputation for being the most beautiful woman in England as a teen.
She graced the cover of Time Magazine in February 1926.
She was married to Alfred Duff Cooper and she had a son named John Julius Norwich.
She was featured on the cover of Tim Magazine five months before Benito Mussolini received the same honor.
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Latest information about Lady Diana Cooper updated on June 16 2021.