Lady Astor, David Cameron’s MUCH grander mother-in-law
Her mother, Pandora, was one of the three dazzling daughters of Sir Bede Clifford, a governor of Trinidad and Tobago and a member of a family famous for the loveliness of its women going back to the Middle Ages.
Annabel’s paternal grandmother was Enid Bagnold, author of National Velvet, the novel about a young girl who rode a horse to victory in the Grand National, which gave Elizabeth Taylor her first screen role.
When she was born, Annabel’s parents lived with her grandparents in smart Hyde Park Gate, central London, next door to Winston Churchill, who was between his two terms as prime minister. source