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Christina Elizabeth ('Tina') Moore (née Dean); Dean Moore; Bobby Moore; Roberta Moore

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Christina Elizabeth ('Tina') Moore (née Dean); Dean Moore; Bobby Moore; Roberta Moore

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, circa 1975
7 1/2 in. x 7 3/8 in. (189 mm x 188 mm) image size
Purchased, 2017
Photographs Collection
NPG x199767

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  • Terry O'Neill (1938-2019), Photographer. Artist of 80 portraits, Sitter in 2 portraits.

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Moore married Tina Dean shortly after the 1962 World Cup, five years after meeting his future bride on an East End dance floor. They were football’s golden couple, attracting unprecedented media attention. Terry O’Neill photographed Moore throughout the 1970s, including this family portrait outside their home in Chigwell, Essex, which hosted many gatherings for footballers and movie stars. ‘Morlands’ cost a rumoured £100,000 to build and included extravagant design features; the Daily Mail ran a feature on the ‘superpad for superstar Bobby Moore’. Moore later separated from Tina and married his second wife, Stephanie, in 1991.

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