Samantha Cameron who is an English businesswoman was born on 18th April of the year 1971. She was the creative director of the stationers Smythson of Bond Street till 13th May of 2010. She is the native of Paddington, London, UK. She was born as the eldest daughter to her parents Sir Reginald Sheffield and Annabel Lucy Veronica Jones. Cameron’s family owns large Yorkshire estate known as Sutton Park. She went to study at Schools of St Helen and St Katharine which is an independent school for girls located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. She then got an A level education from the Marlborough College. She also got enrolled at the Camberwell College of Arts and did an art foundation course from there. In addition to that, she also attended School of Creative Arts and studied Fine Art.

To talk about her personal life biography, Samantha is a married woman. She is married to her husband David Cameron who is a Prime Minister of United Kingdom. The couple met at a party at the family house of Cameron when she was at the age of 16. Later, they exchanged their vows with each other on 1st June of the year 1996. She also has four children together with Davis who are named as Ivan Reginald Ian Cameron, Nancy Gwen Beatrice Cameron, Arthur Elwen Cameron and Florence Rose Endellion Cameron.

Apart from that, Samantha has now reached at the age of 44. She has also volunteered for the Dress for Success which is a non-profit organization that gives free clothes as well as advice about the job interviews to the women who are unemployed. She also has got a dolphin tattoo on her ankle. In addition to that, she is also an ambassador for British Fashion Council and also plays the prominent role in the London Fashion Week. Besides that, she is also active in Facebook, Instagram and twitter.

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