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Pop star Cerys Matthews and former fashion guru Mary Quant are both related to a former King of England, a Welshman tracing his own family tree has discovered.
TROUSERS SUIT YOU: Mary Quant shows off one of her designs, above, with another far left.
Those who weren't wearing Mary Quant designs were dressing up in long pleated skirts, box jackets, velvet pants, and long batwing dresses.
There was no sign of mini skirts or groovy Mary Quant styles as, with the swinging 60s still years away, fashions remained simple and demure.
Many famous or worthy individuals missed the 100; Henry V, St Patrick, Charles Rolls, Shirley Bassey, the Stereophonics, Charlotte Church, Mary Quant, 18th century actress Sarah Siddons, folk heroine Jemima Nicholas, Crimea war nurse Betsi Cadwaladr, scientist Evan Williams, poet George Herbert, politicians Michael Heseltine, Michael Howard, Rhodri Morgan, John Prescott, Dafydd Wigley, Geoffrey Howe and sportsmen Barry John, Billy Meredith, Ian Woosnam, Ray Reardon, Lynn Davies, Ryan Giggs and Joe Calzaghe.
1966: Mary Quant and Peter Sellers were awarded OBEs.
Beatlemania, Mary Quant minis and Harold Wilson characterised the year the last time rates fell to 4.
It failed to take off, but then British designer Mary Quant (main pic) took Courreges' designs and made skirts thigh-high, skimpy and body-hugging for her London boutique Bazaar.
The grade II listed building was built by the area's famous Vaughan family, from whom Cerys Matthews and Mary Quant are descended.
Fashion designer Mary Quant, on England cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff "I don't possess a mobile phone because I am anti-progress and very reactionary.