March, Naomi (Nimmy)

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March is the adopted daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Richmond, placed as a baby of five months.

She has traced her birth parents. Her birth father is a Lesotho Mosotho musician, and they have a happy continuing relationship; but her birth mother, daughter of a wealthy English family, has rejected her overtures to meet.

She has appeared in Common as Muck, the Lenny Henry Show and The Farmer's Bride. She is a convert to Soka Gakkai Buddhism and works as a volunteer in their English centre at Taplow, Buckinghamshire.

References

"Nimmy Nearing Her Own Nirvana," Daily Mail [London], 27 August 1997, p. 29
Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, 1995
The Choice. BBC Radio 4, 12 May 1998

Indexes

African
Uk/great Britain
Theater, Broadcasting, Cinema
Formal, American/European-Type Adoption
Birth or Infancy
Unmarried Mother, Single Parent (Mother or Father) Unable to Cope
Others ("Strangers")
Adoptive/Foster Family Included Birth Child(ren)
Wealthy, Famous, Noble or Divine Adoptive or Foster Families
Trans-Racial, Trans-Tribal, International or Trans-Cultural Adoption or Fostering
Unmarried Mother
Adoptee/Fosteree Traced Family
Contact Suspended or Stopped
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