Well we can reveal that her mother was in fact a lady called Seraphina Donclere, who died in 1810.
She first got the acting bug playing Miss Jean Brodie, aged 16.
I was like, this makes sense to me.
Although she expected that her family tree would mainly relate to Norfolk, it was discovered that her fourth great-grandfather, Richard Campbell Bazett, had been born on the island of and that he worked in London for the.
The film premiered to critical acclaim at the , was picked up for distribution by.
Both Webb and Colman insist that the amount of nudity that would make it into the final film would be minimal - imagine their shock when, at the premiere, they found themselves completely naked on screen for the entire runtime.
The episode speculated that Slessor's mother might have been Indian, but did not present concrete proof; after the episode aired, the published the will of Slessor's mother, which proved that her name was Seraphina Donclere, evidently of European origin, and that she had died in 1810.
Her former drama teacher Paul Hands said: 'Even when I taught her when she was 18 I knew this was going to be the likely future for her.