London, May 12 (ANI): No stranger to front pages of newspapers, Samantha Cameron will discover a whole new level of fame as Britain's 'first lady'.
She is poised and elegant, and has received a good deal of attention from both broadsheets and glossy magazines.
Cameron is pregnant with their baby at five months, who will soon join six-year-old Nancy and four-year-old Arthur Elwen.
She has been a valuable partner to husband, David Cameron, who she encouraged to be open about their lives at Notting Hill and also released smiling family portraits and video blogs to the electorate since he became party leader.
Now working as the creative director of thriving high-end stationery firm, Smythson, Samantha Sheffield was brought up on her family's sprawling estate in Lincolnshire, near Scunthorpe. Her mother, Annabel Jones, divorced her father, Sir Reginald Sheffield, when Samantha was young - and subsequently married former Tory minister Lord Astor.
Samantha was a teenager when she was introduced to David Cameron by her friend Clare, his younger sister. The couple dated while she was an art student in Bristol and he was advising the then Chancellor Norman Lamont in London. They married in 1996.
Samantha made her first public appearance in an interview on ITV1.he was a solid support to her husband during campaigning days too, when polls predicting a hung parliament started to mount.
"We've been together 18 years now and we've been through some fairly tough times, and I can honestly say that I don't think in all that time he's ever let me down," The Scotsman quoted her as saying. (ANI)