Birthdays TODAY

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TODAY: The Princess of Wales, 34; Mlle Genevieve Bujold, actress, 53; Sir Alan Campbell, former diplomat, 76; Miss Leslie Caron, actress, 64; Mr Wayne David, MEP, 38; Miss Olivia de Havilland, actress, 79; Mr Trevor Eve, actor, 44; Lady Faulkner of Downpatrick, former Governor for Northern Ireland, BBC, 70; Sir Colin Figures, former Deputy Secretary, Cabinet Office, 70; Lord Gisborough, Lord-Lieutenant of Cleveland, 68; Mr John Gould, composer and comedian, 54; Mr Farley Granger, actor, 70; Mr Hans Werner Henze, composer, 69; Air Chief Marshal Sir Anthony Heward, 77; Lt-Col Sir John Hugo, former Gentleman Usher to the Queen, 96; Viscount Leverhulme, former Lord-Lieutenant of Chester, 80; Mr Carl Lewis, athlete, 34; Sir Kenneth Lewis, former MP, 79; Miss Jean Marsh, actress, 61; General Sir Thomas Pearson, former Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces, Northern Europe, 81; Mr Sydney Pollack, film director, 61; Mr Tom Robinson, songwriter, singer and guitarist, 45; Miss Joan Sadler, former Principal, Cheltenham Ladies' College, 68; Mr Peter Walwyn, racing trainer, 62; The Very Rev Alan Webster, former Dean of St Paul's, 77; Mr Malcolm Wicks MP, 48.

TOMORROW: Mr Basil Bean, former chief executive, National House-Building Council, 64; Lord Beloff, former principal, University College at Buckingham, 82; Dr Hans Bethe, physicist, 89; Mr Kenneth Clarke MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 55; Lady Crawshay, former chairman, Local Government Boundary Commission, Wales, 68; Sir Hugh Cubitt, chairman, London Advisory Committee, English Heritage, 67; Mr Nicholas Elam, ambassador to Luxembourg, 56; Miss Jerry Hall, model, 39; Lord Home of the Hirsel, former prime minister, 92; Mr Ian Irvine, chairman, Reed Elsevier, 59; M Rene Lacoste, former tennis champion, 90; Lord Mackay of Clashfern, Lord Chancellor, 68; Mr Dennis Marks, General Director, English National Opera, 47; Sir Ferdinand Mount Bt, Editor, Times Literary Supplement, 56; Lord Owen, former MP, 57; Sir Kieran Prendergast, former High Commissioner to Kenya, 53; Lord Sieff of Brimpton, Honorary President, Marks and Spencer, 82; Mrs Ann Taylor MP, 48; Mr John Timpson, broadcaster, 67; Canon Frederick Tindall, Principal Emeritus, Salisbury Theological College, 95; The Duke of Wellington, Colonel-in-Chief, Duke of Wellington's Regiment, 80; Sir Alan Wilson, former chairman, Glaxo Group, 89.