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Georgie Hyde-Lees (born Bertha Hyde-Lees, 1892 – 1968)〔("Becoming George: The Life of Mrs WB Yeats" ) ''The Guardian'', 26 October 2002. Retrieved on April 18, 2011〕 was the daughter of Edith Ellen (Nelly) and Gilbert Hyde-Lees, and the wife of the poet William Butler Yeats.〔Foster, 437〕
Georgie was born in Fleet, Hampshire on 16 October 1892. When she was only a few years old her parents' marriage failed due to her father's alcoholism.〔 He had enough income to support his family but his wife was in the awkward social position of being a "married woman without a husband". The family lived a vaguely bohemian and nomadic lifestyle, traveling frequently to country homes and spending long periods visiting relatives.〔
She attended a number of schools in Knightsbridge, London art schools, studied languages and classics, and piano. She became close friends with Dorothy Shakespear, who was fond of Georgie and shared many of her interests despite being six years her senior.〔Saddlemeyer, 194〕 After the death of her father in 1909, Georgie's mother married Dorothy's uncle, Henry Tucker, Olivia Shakespear's brother, and they moved to Kensington.〔
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