Annabel Lucy Veronica Astor, Viscountess Astor (born 14 August 1948 in Woolwich, London) is an English businesswoman and socialite who is the CEO of OKA, a home furnishings design company. Prior to co-founding OKA, she was the owner and designer of the Annabel Jones jewellery business in London. Her daughter Samantha is married to former British prime minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron.

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  • Annabel Lucy Veronica Astor, Viscountess Astor (born 14 August 1948 in Woolwich, London) is an English businesswoman and socialite who is the CEO of OKA, a home furnishings design company. Prior to co-founding OKA, she was the owner and designer of the Annabel Jones jewellery business in London. Her daughter Samantha is married to former British prime minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron. (en)
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  • Annabel Lucy Veronica Astor, Viscountess Astor (born 14 August 1948 in Woolwich, London) is an English businesswoman and socialite who is the CEO of OKA, a home furnishings design company. Prior to co-founding OKA, she was the owner and designer of the Annabel Jones jewellery business in London. Her daughter Samantha is married to former British prime minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron. (en)
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