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British journalist Born: April 12, 1975 (age 45 years) Parents: Humphry Wakefield Education: The University of Edinburgh Grandparents: Sir Edward Wakefield, 1st Baronet, Constance Lalage Thompson Great-grandparents: Ethel Mary Knott, Roger William Wakefield Mary Wakefield is the commissioning editor of The Spectator magazine as well as the wife of Dominic Cummings, the Prime Minister’s most senior adviser. Her father is Sir Humphrey Wakefield – a baronet and expert on antiques and architecture who owns Chillingham Castle in Northumberland. She met Cummings through her brother Jack Wakefield. The couple married in 2011. The couple have one son, Alexander Cedd, who was born in 2016 and is named after an Anglo-Saxon saint. Wakefield worked at The Spectator during Boris Johnson’s tenure as editor, which ran from 1999 to 2005. mary wakefield journalist wikipedia, mary wakefield wedding, mary wakefield wikipedia

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In December 2011, Wakefield married Dominic Cummings, a friend of her brother Jack Wakefield. In 2016, they had a son, Alexander Cedd, named after an Anglo-Saxon saint. She is a convert to Catholicism, having been raised in the Anglican tradition. Wakefield was portrayed by Liz White in the 2019 Channel 4 drama Brexit: The Uncivil War. Wakefield is the daughter of Katherine Mary Alice (née Baring) and Sir Humphry Wakefield, of Chillingham Castle in Northumberland. She has two brothers; Captain Maximilian Wakefield (born 1967), an entrepreneur and racing car driver, and Jack Wakefield (born 1977), former director of the Firtash Foundation and an art critic who writes for The Spectator and other publications. A third brother, William Wakefield, was born in 1975 and died in infancy. Through her mother, she is descended from Evelyn Baring, 1st Baron Howick of Glendale, the Governor of Kenya during the Mau Mau uprising, and Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey, a Governor General of Canada, and through the latter, Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, of the House of Grey, a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, after whom Earl Grey tea is named. Wakefield was educated at the independent girls’ boarding school Wycombe Abbey before studying at the University of Edinburgh and obtaining an undergraduate degree.

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