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Upon glimpsing her across the auditorium at the opera in London, England, British King William IV sent his equerry to invite her to his box.

After she refused, the King sent the equerry back just to ask her name.

Trudeau had difficulty adjusting to her new position."From the day I became Mrs.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau," she writes in her memoirs, "a glass panel was gently-lowered into place around me, like a patient in a mental hospital no longer considered able to make decisions and cannot be exposed to a harsh light." Although the couple initially appeared to have a very close and loving relationship, the marriage soon began to fall apart.

She would, in later life, study Buddhism although she now considers herself an Anglican.

Asked about her role in a marriage to the prime minister, Trudeau said, "I want to be more than a rose in my husband's lapel." In 1971, the Trudeaus took a second honeymoon in the Caribbean to Barbados and an unidentified nearby-island After Pierre Trudeau's government's near defeat in 1972 where Margaret herself was very-uninvolved in the campaign, she decided to become much more active for the 1974 federal election.

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Francis James Bernard was the founder of the Singapore Police Force in 1819, The Singapore Chronicle, the first newspaper in Singapore, was established with Bernard as owner, publisher, and editor in 1824 and he opened up Katong, now a densely populated-residential enclave, the first to cultivate a coconut estate there in 1823.Margaret Joan Trudeau (née Sinclair, formerly Kemper; born September 10, 1948) is a Canadian author, actress, photographer, former television talk show hostess, and social advocate for people with bipolar disorder, which she is diagnosed with.She is the former wife of Pierre Trudeau, 15th Prime Minister of Canada; they divorced in 1984, during his final months in office.She attended Hamilton Junior Secondary School and Delbrook Senior Secondary School in North Vancouver.Trudeau graduated in 1969 from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.

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