Her grandmother, Jane Stevens, has died
Jane Stevens, Cara Delevingne’s grandmother, has died. Princess Margaret’s former lady-in-waiting turned 85.
Cara Delevingne (29) mourns the loss of her grandmother, Jane Stevens (1937-2022), who died at the age of 85. This is reported by the “Daily Mail”. Delevingne’s mother, Pandora, 62, told the British newspaper that Stevens was “gorgeous” and “elegant” and had “a lot of fun” in her life. No wonder, after all, Jane Stevens was the long-time lady-in-waiting of Princess Margaret (1930-2002), the sister of Queen Elizabeth II (96).
Close confidante of Princess Margaret
Jane Stevens was married to newspaper publisher Sir Jocelyn Stevens (1932-2014) from 1956 to 1979, who employed Antony Armstrong-Jones (1930-2017), Margaret’s husband from 1960 to 1978, as a photographer for his Queen magazine. Jane Stevens was a close confidant of the princess until Margaret’s death in 2002. According to the Daily Mail, she once even acted as her chauffeur, although she had never driven a Rolls-Royce before.
“She was passionate about many things. She loved horse racing and was really good at tennis, which she played until two years ago. She will be missed very much,” Pandora Delevingne said of her mother. In addition to her 62-year-old daughter, Jane Stevens is survived by her children Melinda (49) and Charles (64) and several grandchildren, including model Cara Delevingne.