I named Miriam Starfish Christling after Stella Maris and my study that began in 1995. Rose of the World
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Comtesse de Chambrun
In July 1993, Raine Spencer married a third husband, Count Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun (a descendant of the Marquis de La Fayette and a member of a prominent French family related to the American Roosevelt family), after a 33-day courtship. They married in a civil ceremony in London.
The Count, a younger son of Jean-Pierre Pineton de Chambrun, Marquis de Chambrun (a deaf biochemist-artist), was previously married to an American, Josalee Douglas, a niece of US Ambassador to the United Kingdom Lewis Williams Douglas. The Countess again attracted charges of vulgarity in Britain when it was discovered that pictures of the wedding had been sold to Hello magazine for a reputed £70,000. Diana and her siblings did not attend the wedding ceremony. It was at this time that, while none of her Spencer stepchildren attended this wedding, it was claimed that there was a rapprochement between her and the Princess of Wales.
The de Chambruns’ marriage was short-lived and the couple were divorced in 1995. Styled since the marriage as Comtesse Jean-François Pineton de Chambrun, Raine chose to revert to her previous surname and style of Raine, Countess Spencer, despite this being against convention.
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Stella Maris means ‘Star of the Sea’. The name Marion means ‘star of the sea’ The name MARION FRANCIS ROSAMOND would read ‘Frankish Star of the Sea and Rose of the World’. The Franks have been associated with Mermaids and Stella Maris, as has the Mother Mary and Mary Magdalene -as well as the name Rosa Mundi.
Marion meaning and name origin
Marion m(a)-rion as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Marion), is of French origin. Variant of Mary (Latin) “star of the sea”. This form was changed into Marian when introduced to Britain in the Middle Ages, but revived in the 19th century. Marion has 3 variant forms: Marian, Maryon and Maryonn.
Fancis f-ran-cis, fr(a)-ncis as a boy’s name is pronounced FRAN-sis. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Francis is “frenchman; free man”. France was originally the kingdom of the Franks.
The name, Franci…
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