Anne, Princess Royal KG KT GCVO GCStJ QSO GCL (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise; born 15 August 1950) is the second child and only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. At the time of her birth, she was third in the line of succession, behind her mother and elder brother Charles. She rose to second after her mother's accession, but after the birth of two younger brothers, six nieces and nephews, one grand-nephew, and one grand-niece, she is currently 12th in line.
Fiona Sara Shackleton, Baroness Shackleton of Belgravia (born 26 May 1956 née Charkham) is an English solicitor, who has represented members of the British Royal Family and celebrities, including Sir Paul McCartney and Prince Andrew, Duke of York. Her charm and resoluteness earned her the nickname "Steel Magnolia".
Yūki Amami (天海 祐希, Amami Yūki, born August 8, 1967) is a Japanese actress.
Margaret Susan Cheshire, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw and Baroness Cheshire, CMG, OBE (3 July 1924 – 2 November 2000), best known as Sue Ryder, was a British volunteer with Special Operations Executive in the Second World War, who afterwards led many charitable organisations, notably the charity named in her honour.
Elizabeth Lydia "Eliza" Manningham-Buller, Baroness Manningham-Buller, LG, DCB (born 14 July 1948) was Director General of MI5, the British internal Security Service, from October 2002 until her retirement on 20 April 2007, aged 58. She became a crossbench life peer on 18 April 2008.
Princess Basma bint Talal of Jordan, (born Amman, Jordan, on 11 May 1951) is the only daughter of King Talal and Queen Zein al-Sharaf Talal, sister of King Hussein of Jordan and paternal aunt to the current King, King Abdullah II. Princess Basma is often considered the equivalent Princess Royal of Jordan.
Lettice Curtis (1 February 1915 – 21 July 2014) was an English aviator, flight test engineer, air racing pilot, and sportswoman.
Georgina Harland (born 14 April 1978), is a former modern pentathlete from Great Britain. Having been a reserve for the British team for the 2000 Summer Olympics, she was chosen for the team proper for the 2004 Games in Athens, Greece, winning the bronze medal in the women's individual event. She retired from professional sport at the end of 2008 due to a career ending injury ahead of the 2008 Games.
Harriet Greville Spicer (born 24 April 1950) is co-founder of Working Edge, which provides work coaching and mentoring in London, and is a Governor of the London School of Economics.
Veronica Judith Colleton Wadley (born 28 February 1952) is a British journalist, who was editor of London's Evening Standard from February 2002 to February 2009, during which time it was owned by Associated Newspapers. She was the first female editor of the paper. After Alexander Lebedev acquired the Standard in 2009, he replaced her with former Tatler editor Geordie Greig.
Sarah Mulvey (13 May 1974 – 28 January 2010) was a British commissioning editor and television producer. She worked for Channel 4 from 2006 until her death in 2010. She commissioned and produced shows such as Secret Millionaire, How to Look Good Naked, Brat Camp, 10 Years Younger (UK) and Who Rules the Roost. She created the First Cut strand showcasing new and first time directors. Mulvey was educated at both Oxford University, where she read English, and Cambridge University where she studied for an M.Phil in English and American Literature.
Penelope "Penny" Jane Junor (born 6 October 1949) is an English journalist and author.
Dame Elizabeth Anne Lucy "Liz" Forgan, DBE (born 31 August 1944) is an English journalist, and radio and television executive.
The Honourable Anna Elizabeth Blackstock Walker CB (born 1951) is a British senior civil servant and regulator of services. She succeeded Chris Bolt as chair of the Office of Rail Regulation on 5 July 2009 when Bolt's five-year term of office expired. In this role, Walker was the IRG-Rail Chair for 2013; the members of IRG-Rail consist of the independent Regulatory Bodies of twenty-one countries inside and outside the European Union. She has been a member of Consumer Focus since 1 October 2008.
Jean Shinglewood Medawar (née Taylor; July 2, 1913 – May 3, 2005) was a British author and a former chairman of the Family Planning Association, and wife of the British Nobelist Peter Brian Medawar.