Lady Lucinda Lambton is the eldest child of Antony, Lord Lambton, a British Conservative politician and writer, and his wife Belinda Blew-Jones. She attended Queen's Gate School in London, but left without graduating, and became a professional photographer. In 1965, she married Henry Harrod, a barrister, with whom she had two sons. Her second husband was Sir Edmund Fairfax-Lucy, an artist. Her third husband is Sir Peregrine Worsthorne, a journalist, making her Lady Worsthorne. She has made about 60 films for the BBC, most of them celebrating unusual buildings and monuments, and was the host of her own show, Lucinda Lambton's Alphabet of Britain. She has produced 14 photography books, and is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, including The Daily Telegraph, The Times, and the Daily Mail. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and an honorary member of the Chelsea Arts Club. She gives talks for the National Arts Collection Fund, the National Trust, and the Royal Oak Foundation.