Margot Asquith

Margot Asquith

Margot Asquith
1864 -1945

Margot Asquith Biography

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Margot Tennant, later known as Margot Asquith, was born on February 2, 1864, in London, England. She was a prominent British socialite, author, and political hostess. Margot was the daughter of Sir Charles Tennant, a wealthy industrialist, and Emma Winsloe. She grew up in a privileged and well-connected family.

In 1894, Margot married Herbert Henry Asquith, who later became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. As the wife of the Prime Minister, Margot played a significant role in British politics and society. She was known for her wit, charm, and intelligence, and she hosted numerous political gatherings and social events at their official residence, 10 Downing Street.

Margot was actively involved in political and social causes. She supported women's suffrage and was a member of the Women's Social and Political Union. She also campaigned for better working conditions for women and children and advocated for the rights of the working class.

Apart from her political activities, Margot was a prolific writer. She published several books, including "The Autobiography of Margot Asquith," which provided insights into her life and the political landscape of the time. Her writing showcased her sharp wit and observational skills.

Margot Asquith passed away on July 28, 1945, at the age of 81. She left behind a legacy as a prominent figure in British society and politics, known for her intelligence, wit, and contributions to various causes.


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Margot Asquith books

Margot Asquith an Autobiography1920
My Impressions of America1922