Divinely tall and, fair," Lady Londesborough in her youthful days was generally considered to be the perfect type of radiant English beauty. She is one of the strikingly handsome family of the Fanes, being the sister of Lord

Westmorland and Lady Margaret Spicer. Her mother was a daughter of the first Earl of Howe. She married the Earl of Londesborough-he was then Viscount Raincliffe - - in 1887, and, like her husband, is devoted to sport. Extremely popular in society and with Royalty, Lord and Lady Londesborough often entertained the late King Edward at their charming home near Scarborough, his lordship being known in that pretty seaside town as "the King of Scarborough," on account of the great interest he and his family have always taken in the place. Lady Londesborough interests herself very largely in charitable work, and, in addition to hunting, goes in for golf, tennis, croquet, and cricket, being also keenly interested in music and the drama. She has three children, the heir to the title being Viscount Raincliffe, who was born in 1892.

Lady Londesborough Langfier

Lady Londesborough Langfier