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Lord Lucan's daughter weds.

THE youngest daughter of Lord Lucan was married yesterday - but her mother told how she was not invited and only found out when she walked past the church after going shopping.

The marriage of Lady Camilla Bingham took place only yards from where the bride's nanny was murdered and her mother attacked nearly quarter of a century ago.

Barrister Lady Camilla, 27, wed Michael Bloch QC at St Peter's Church in Eaton Square, Belgravia - near the former family home at 46 Lower Belgrave Street.

Her father vanished in November 1974, after accusations that he had broken into the house and beaten the children's nanny Sandra Rivett to death with a lead pipe before attacking his estranged wife Veronica.

Lady Camilla's engagement announcement in May this year renewed interest in his disappearance when she was described as "the younger daughter of the 7th Earl of Lucan, wheresoever".

Lady Lucan, who lives in a mews house beside the church, said her daughter was brought up by relatives and the pair have not met for 15 years.
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Sep 13, 1998
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