A Royal welcome …
Her Royal Highness Princess Léa of Belgium
Princess Léa of Belgium was born on 2 December 1951. She is the dowager of Prince Alexander of Belgium and aunt of King Philippe of Belgium.
Her Royal Highness Princess Marie-Christine of Belgium
Princess Marie-Christine of Belgium was born on 6 February 1951. She is a half-sister of the late King Baudouin, the retired King Albert II and aunt of King Philippe of Belgium.
From Koogle to Yahoo
Tim Koogle (born July 1951) was first CEO and President of web company Yahoo! between 1995 and 2001. He served as the company’s chairman from 1999-2003. He is now Managing Director of The Koogle Foundation and is a private venture investor engaged in the formation and growth of early stage technology companies.
The fashionable Tommy Hilfiger …
Tommy Hilfiger (born March 24, 1951) is an American fashion designer best known for founding the lifestyle brand Tommy Hilfiger Corporation in 1985. After starting his career by co-founding a chain of clothing and record stores in upstate New York in the 1970s, he began designing preppy sportswear for his own eponymous menswear line in the 1980s. The company later expanded into women’s clothing and various luxury items such as perfumes, and went public in 1992. In 1997, Hilfiger published his first book, All American: A Style Book, and he has written several since. Hilfiger’s memoirs American Dreamer were published in 2016. Welcome to the 1951 Club Tommy.
Kim Moon-soo was born on August 27, 1951. He is a Korean politician and was the 32nd Governor of Gyeonggi Province in South Korea from 2006-2014.
Jimmy McCaffrey … a Mansfield legend
Scoring for Mansfield Town
Jimmy McCaffrey (born 12 October 1951 in Luton) is a former professional footballer, who played for Nottingham Forest, Mansfield Town, Huddersfield Town, Portsmouth and Northampton Town.
He was a very talented, sought after and highly respected midfield player during his eventful career. Jimmy retired in 1980 and became a newsagent in Leicestershire. Jimmy and I were in the same class at secondary school.