Fellowes, Daisy

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Fellowes, Daisy Gender: F
Marguerite Séverine Philippine Decazes de Glücksbe
born on 29 April 1890 at 23:30 (= 11:30 PM )
Place Paris Arrondissement 16, France, 48n5146, 2e1634
Timezone LMT m2e1634 (is local mean time)
Data source
BC/BR in hand
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: Scholfield
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_taucol.18.gif 09°33' s_mo.18.gif s_vircol.18.gif 10°10 Asc.s_capcol.18.gif 00°32'


French-American society figure, acclaimed beauty, minor novelist and poet, Paris Editor of American Harper's Bazaar, fashion icon, and an heiress to the Singer sewing machine fortune.

Her first husband, whom she married 10 May 1910 in Paris, was Jean Amédée Marie Anatole de Broglie, Prince de Broglie (born in Paris on 27 January 1886) He reportedly died of influenza on 20 February 1918 while serving with the French Army in Mascara, Algeria, though malicious observers gossiped that he actually committed suicide as a result of his homosexuality having been exposed, when he was found in bed with his driver.

Her second husband, whom she married on August 9, 1919 in London, was the Hon. Reginald Ailwyn Fellowes (1884–1953). He was a banker cousin of Winston Churchill and the son of William Fellowes, 2nd Baron de Ramsey.

Among Fellowes's lovers was Duff Cooper, the British ambassador to France. She also attempted to seduce Winston Churchill, shortly before marrying his cousin Reginald Fellowes, but failed.

Fellowes wrote several novels and at least one epic poem. Her best-known work is Les dimanches de la comtesse de Narbonne (1931, published in English as "Sundays"). She also wrote the novel Cats in the Isle of Man.

She died on 13 December 1962 in Paris.

Link to Wikipedia biography


  • Death of Mate 20 February 1918 (influenza or suicide)
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Source Notes

Scholfield quotes BC from public Paris archives


  • Vocation : Beauty : Other Beauty (Paris editor of fashion magazine)
  • Vocation : Writers : Fiction
  • Notable : Famous : Socialite