Who Is Lord Luncan's Wife Veronica Lucan? Does She Have A Wikipedia? Bio

Veronica Lucan's maiden name was Veronica Ducan. Prior to being introduced to high society by her sister, she worked as a model and secretary in London, England.  

Veronica met Lord Lucan also knowns as John Bingham, the 7th Earl of Lucan, in the 60s. Lord Lucan and Veronica met each other at a golf function. 

The news of their engagement circulated in every national newspaper like in The Times and The Daily Telegraph. The two newly-met love birds married at Holy Trinity Church, Brompton. The wedding took place on November 20th. 

She had received the title of Countess of Lucan. 

They had given birth to three children together, Frances was born in 1964, George in 1967), and Camilla in 1970.

Cause Of Death: Veronica Lucan

Lady Lucan died in September 2017. She dead in her Belgravia home. 

According to BBC News, it was ruled as a suicide. After thorough investigation, it was found that she consumed a cocktail of drugs and drink.

Veronica was believed to be 80 years old at the time of her death. It was believed that Lady Lucan was suffering from Parkinson’s disease. 

She also suffered post-natal depression. 

What Was Veronica's Net Worth At The Time Of Her Death?

Lady Veronica had inherited large sum of money after the death of her husband, Lord Luncan. But the exact figures are unknown. 

Her husband, Lord Lucan had inherited £250,000 when his father had died. 

On Veronica Lucan's Family

Veronica's her sister Christina married William Shand Kydd. Willian was a wealthy businessman and also the half-brother of Peter Shand Kydd. 

Christina and Veronica's parents were Major Charles Moorhouse Duncan and wife, Thelma. Veronica's father tragically died in a car accident.

Her family moved to South Africa. In South Aftrica, Duncan's mother got and the whole family returned to England. Veronica's new step-father was a manager of a hotel in Guildford.

She had her sister, Christina was educated at St Swithun's School, Winchester.