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Fraser had a half-brother, Philip, 11 years older, the son of her mother from a previous marriage. Fraser has supported various charities and is a patron of the London Repertory Company. [27]

As Alison’s career as an actress progressed further, television roles included Funny Man, Eastenders, The Bill, Casualty, Doctors and film appearances included The Memoirs of a Survivor, King David and Little Dorrit.

Elizabeth was given a comprehensive education for a princess at that time. This education included instruction in natural history, geography, theology, languages, writing, history, music, and dancing. She was denied instruction in the classics as her father believed that "Latin had the unfortunate effect of making women more cunning". [10] By the age of 12, Elizabeth was fluent in several languages, including French, "which she spoke with ease and grace" and would later use to converse with her husband. [11] She also was an excellent rider, had a thorough understanding of the Protestant religion, and had an aptitude for writing letters that "sounded sincere and never stilted". [12] She also was extremely literary and "several mementoes of her early love of books exist". [13]

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