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Edwina Brudenell

Edwina Brudenell

Edwina Victoria Louise Brudenell, née Hicks (born 24 December 1961 in Lambeth, London) is an aristocrat and artist.

Edwina is the elder daughter of Lady Pamela Hicks and David Nightingale Hicks.

Through her maternal grandfather, the 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, she is a second cousin to Charles, Prince of Wales, and 480th in line to succeed to the British throne.

She is named after her maternal grandmother, Edwina Mountbatten, Countess Mountbatten of Burma. She is a god-daughter of Queen Elizabeth II. [1]

Edwina Brudenell
BornEdwina Victoria Louise Hicks(1961-12-24)24 December 1961(age 55)Lambeth, London, England
Spouse(s)Jeremy Brudenell (m.1984;div.
Parent(s)David Nightingale Hicks Lady Pamela Hicks
FamilyBattenberg / Mountbatten

Marriage and children

She married Jeremy Alexander Rothwell Brudenell (born 2 April 1960 London), son of Dr. John Michael Brudenell and Mollie Rothwell, on 24 March 1984 in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. [2]

They have three children together:

  • (born 16 May 1994) who married Olaoluwa Olamide Modupe-Ojo in 2015. They have one daughter: Daphne Modupe-Ojo (born 26 November 2016)

  • Jordan Anne Brudenell (born 1 July 1995)

  • Rowan Michael David Brudenell (born 21 February 2001).

Edwina and Jeremy have since divorced.


Ancestors of Edwina Brudenell
  1. John Hicks
  1. Thomas Hicks
  1. Mary Gunman
  1. Herbert Hicks
  1. Emily Faith
  1. David Nightingale Hicks
  1. Thomas William Platten
  1. Herbert Henry Platten
  1. Isabella Hales
  1. Iris Elsie Platten
  1. George Painter
  1. Kate Florence Painter
  1. Harriet Susan Messer
  1. Edwina Brudenell
  1. Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine
  1. Prince Louis of Battenberg
  1. Countess Julia Hauke
  1. Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma
  1. Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse
  1. Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine
  1. Princess Alice of the United Kingdom
  1. Lady Pamela Mountbatten
  1. Evelyn Ashley
  1. Wilfrid Ashley, 1st Baron Mount Temple
  1. Sybella Charlotte Farquhar
  1. Edwina Ashley
  1. Sir Ernest Joseph Cassel
  1. Amalia Mary Maud Cassel
  1. Annette Mary Maxwell


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