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Diana Mitford - one of the famed Mitford sisters and grandmother of Daphne Guinness.

The Honourable Diana Mitford, Lady Mosley—one of the famed Mitford sisters and the grandmother of Daphne Guinness (born The Honourable Daphne Diana Joan Susanna Guinness)

Diana Mitford, the Hon. Lady Mosley. In 1936, she married Sir Oswald Mosley, 6th Baronet of Ancoat at the home of Germany's  Dr. Joseph Goebbels, with Führer and Chancellor Adolph Hitler a guest of honour. Speculation of a mutual sympathy between Hitler and Britain's King Edward VIII subsequently the Duke of Windsor and the Duchess, was related to their common friendship with the Mosleys.

Diana Mitford, wife of Oswald Mosley and also one of the famed Mitford sisters and grandmother of Daphne Guinness.

Diana Mitford Guinness Moseley | Diana Mitford (later Lady Mosley), by Bassano Ltd, February 1935 - NPG ...

Diana Mitford (British Writer and Editor, noted for her right-wing views, marriage to Oswald Moseley, and friendship with leading Nazis. One of the famous Mitford sisters.

Diana Guinness (nee Mitford, later Mosley) with her sons, Jonathan and Desmond, from her first marriage to Bryan Guinness

The beauty with a poison pen: DIANA MOSLEY: PURSUIT OF LAUGHTER

Diana Mitford Guinness (Lady Mosely) with her sons Jonathan (left) and Desmond.

The Mitford girls. British upper class sisters who were known for their beauty,  exploits and unfortunately making some very bad decisions. Their family history is fascinating.

The six Mitford Sisters: Nancy, Pamela, Diana, Unity, Jessica and Deborah. Four of them were published authors.

The marriage of Mr Bryan Guinness to the Hon. Diana Mitford (1910 - 2003), later Lady Mosley in January 1929. The wedding took place at St. Margaret's, Westminster.

The marriage of Mr Bryan Guinness to the Hon. Diana Mitford - later Lady Mosley in January The wedding took place at St.

Mrs Bryan Guinness, aka Diana Mitford, later Mosley, pictured with her two eldest sons, Jonathan and Desmond on the front cover of The Queen magazine. Diana Mitford was one of the six infamous sisters, daughters of Lord and Lady Redesdale. She married into the wealthy Guinness family at the age of 19 in 1929, but began a love affair with Sir Oswald Moseley, leader of the British Union of Fascists ('Blackshirts')in the 1930's.

Mrs Bryan Guinness, aka Diana Mitford, later Mosley, pictured with her two eldest sons, Jonathan and Desmond on the front cover of The Queen magazine. Diana Mitford was one of the six infamous sisters, daughters of Lord and Lady Redesdale. She married into the wealthy Guinness family at the age of 19 in 1929, but began a love affair with Sir Oswald Moseley, leader of the British Union of Fascists ('Blackshirts')in the 1930's.

Daphne Guinness brands author of Diana Mitford biography a 'charlatan' on Twitter | Daily Mail Online

Mitford sister's granddaugher Daphne Guinness brands author of biography about socialite a 'charlatan' in Twitter tirade

Diana Mitford with her first husband Hon Bryan Guinness (later Lord Moyne) on their wedding day.

The Mitford Girl´s  (Cecil Beaton UK 1930s--one of CB's Winterhalter-inspired portrait set-ups-)

The Mitford Girl´s (Cecil Beaton UK of CB's Winterhalter-inspired portrait set-ups-)