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Enid Boulting with her children Fitzroy, Edmund and Rupert

by Norman Parkinson
bromide print on card mount, 1955
14 3/8 in. x 11 1/2 in. (366 mm x 293 mm)
Given by Norman Parkinson, 1981 in conjunction with the NPG exhibition 'Norman Parkinson: 50 Years of Portraits and Fashion'
NPG x30119

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Christina Perera

21 November 2016, 07:28

Fitzroy L Boulting born 1951, Paddington according to GRO records


02 August 2015, 07:04

See also https://yooniqimages.com/images/detail/102381335/no-time-for-tears-sylvia-syms-with-rupert-boulting-and-edmund-boulting-the-four-year-old-twin-sons-of-producer-director-roy-boulting-no-time-for-tears


02 August 2015, 07:01

Rupert and Edmund are twins, born in 1952. Edmund is an obstetrician. Their father was a twin himself. The other son Fitzroy, presumably on the far left, must have been born around 1951, based on their mother, Enid, having married Roy Boulting that year and because there is little age difference apparent from his twin brothers here.

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