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  1. Sir Harry Llewellyn, 3rd Bt. (father) The Hon. Christine Saumarez (mother) Sir Roderic Victor Llewellyn, 5th Baronet (born 9 October 1947), [1] is a British baronet, garden designer, journalist, author, and television presenter. He had an eight-year relationship with Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II .

  2. 15 de jan. de 2009 · Sir Dai is survived by his two daughters. His brother succeeds him in the baronetcy. Sir Dai Llewellyn. Born, Aberdare, April 2, 1946. Died, Edenbridge and District War Memorial Hospital, Kent ...

  3. Dai Llewellyn dit le Dangereux fut le plus célèbre joueur de l'équipe de Quidditch des Catapultes de Caerphilly. Il fut tué accidentellement lors d'un séjour en Grèce, dévoré par une chimère. Pour lui rendre hommage, un jour de deuil pour les sorciers du Pays de Galles fut instauré et une médaille portant son nom fut créée et est décernée chaque année au joueur de la Ligue ...

  4. David Stephen "Dai" Llewellyn (born 29 September 1970) is a former Wales international rugby union player. He played his club rugby for Ebbw Vale , Newport and Neath and was part of the Wales squad for the 1999 World Cup where he scored a try .

  5. 14 de jan. de 2009 · A bon viveur who loved women. Welsh socialite Sir Dai Llewellyn has died of bone cancer at the age of 62. Friend Dragomir Devedlaka said Sir Dai's former wife and two daughters were at his bedside in a Kent hospital when he died on Tuesday night. He stood in elections for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), whose leader called him a ...

  6. Description. Located on the Creature Induced Injuries corridor of St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries ' first floor, the 'Dangerous' Dai Llewellyn Ward: Serious Bites [1] was named in honour of "Dangerous" Dai Llewellyn, a Welsh Quidditch player famous for his risky tactics, who died when he was eaten by a Chimaera while on ...

  7. Dai Llewellyn der Gefährliche (* 1931 – † 1966) ist der berühmtesten Quidditchspieler der walisischen Mannschaft den Caerphilly Catapults.. Für den Erfolg seiner Mannschaft raste er mit waghalsigen Flugmanövern übers Spielfeld und sein Biograph Kennilworthy Whisp überschreibt die Geschichte des Lebens von Dai mit „Er flog wie ein Verrückter“.