Britain's new first lady: Samantha Cameron (photos)
With the coalition deal that made Conservative Party leader David Cameron Britain's new prime minister, there's another glamorous first lady on the global stage: Samantha Cameron.
The aristocratic daughter of a baronet, 39, married Cameron in 1996 and -- until the recent election campaign -- was working four days a week as creative director at the upscale British stationery firm Smythson. (But she's not stuffy; she has a dolphin tattoo on her right ankle.) The couple has two small children: Nancy, 6, and Arthur, 4; their older son, Ivan, died last year at 6 from complications of cerebral palsy and epilepsy.
There'll be another baby at 10 Downing Street soon: The Camerons are expecting their fourth child in September, the first child born to a sitting prime minister since Leo Blair in 2000.
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May 13, 2010; 1:03 AM ET
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