Royal biographer Michael Thornton asks Did True Blue blood run in Lady Thatcher's veins?
Diana Cooper, Viscountess Norwich (née Lady Diana Manners 1892 – 1986), was officially the youngest daughter of the 8th Duke of Rutland and his wife, the former Violet Lindsay.
In reality, Lady Diana's real father was the writer Henry Cust.
The Cust-Brownlow family trace their lineage back to Gauthier d’Aincourt who was of royal blood and who fought alongside William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings.
Harry Cust, who died in 1917 at the age of 55, claimed descent from King Edward III.
Beatrice with Margaret Thatcher
Henry Cust reportedly slept with Margaret Thatcher's mother's mother.
Lady Diana Cooper, "Lady Thatcher’s aunt"
Lady Diana Cooper told royal biographer Michael Thornton that Margaret Thatcher was her niece.
Lady Diana explained to Thornton that Henry Cust had his relationship Mrs Phoebe Stephenson when Phoebe worked as a housemaid at the 17th-century Brownlow stately home, Belton House, near Grantham.
Lady Diana and Margaret Thatcher's mother Beatrice "were, biologically speaking, half-sisters."
Maggie Thatcher’s maternal grandmother, born Phoebe Crust, married Daniel Stephenson, a cloakroom attendant.
Phoebe's daughter Beatrice married Alfred Roberts.
THATCHER'S FATHER LIKE JIMMY SAVILE?
Margaret Thatcher supposedly has centuries of royal blood in her.
Alfred Duff Cooper, 1st Viscount Norwich had affairs with the Franco-American Singer sewing-machine heiress Daisy Fellowes, the socialite Gloria Guinness, the French novelist Louise Leveque de Vilmorin, the writer Susan Mary Alsop, Boy Capel's wife Diana, and the Anglo-Irish socialite and fashion model Maxime de La Falaise,
Diana Cooper was married to cabinet minister Alfred Duff Cooper.
Reportedly, the embassy guest list included "pederasts and collaborators".
Lascelles, in his diaries, entitled King's Counsellor, wrote that, in June 1944, General Georges Catroux, of the Free French forces, had asked the British government's Alfred Duff Cooper "to see a certain French officer, urgently."
The diary entry for 21 June 1944 continues: "This man, who is a very big noise in the French intelligence service, told Duff that he had very reliable information that Hitler had fled from Berlin to a villa near Perpignan, where he is now hiding and waiting a favourable opportunity to slip across the Spanish frontier."
By 1944, Hitler no longer appeared in public. (20 July plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)