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  1. Diana Spencer-Churchill (11 July 1909 – 20 October 1963) was the eldest daughter of British statesman Sir Winston Churchill and Clementine Churchill, Baroness Spencer-Churchill . Contents 1 Personal life 1.1 Children 2 Military service 3 Health problems and suicide 4 References Personal life [ edit]

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    • 3 (by Duncan Sandys), Julian, Edwina and Celia
  2. Diana Churchill was a British officer and the oldest daughter of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Sir Winston Churchill. She served the ‘Women’s Royal Naval Service’ during the ‘World War II.’ She was involved in many of her father’s election campaigns and even accompanied him to the Parliament, when he presented his first budget.

  3. Diana Josephine Churchill (21 August 1913 – 8 October 1994) was an English actress. On leaving school, she begged her father to let her train for the stage. She made her first professional appearance in 1931 and her film debut in 1933, but her big break came in 1935 with the comedy film Foreign Affaires .

  4. Diana Churchill was born on August 21, 1913 in Wembley, London, England, UK. She was an actress, known for Scott of the Antarctic (1948), Housemaster (1938) and The History of Mr. Polly (1949). She was previously married to Mervyn Johns and Barry K. Barnes. She died on October 8, 1994 in Denville Hall, Northwood, Hillingdon, London, England, UK.

    • Wembley, London, England, UK
    • 1994-10-8
    • 1913-8-21
    • Actress
  5. Diana Churchill was born on August 21, 1913 in Wembley, London, England, UK. She was an actress, known for Scott of the Antarctic (1948), Housemaster (1938) and The History of Mr. Polly (1949). She was previously married to Mervyn Johns and Barry K. Barnes. She died on October 8, 1994 in Denville Hall, Northwood, Hillingdon, London, England, UK.

    • Diana Josephine Churchill
  6. January 1, 1970 In 1909, Churchill’s first child, a daughter, was born: “the Cream-gold Kitten” or “Puppy Kitten” (“PK”) as she was called. She married John Bailey in 1932, but divorced him only three years later.

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