|Born||in Guildford, Surrey, England, UK|
|Birth Name||Helen Mary Boyd|
|Height||5' 5½" (1.66 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jenny Boyd (b. November 8, 1947) is an English author and clinical consultant and former model.
She was born as Helen Mary Boyd, and has 2 older siblings (1960s model and rock muse Pattie Boyd and Colin Boyd) and a younger sister, Paula Boyd. Pattie had a favorite childhood doll named Jenny, hence Helen's nickname.
She was a free-lance model in the 1960s, and often accompanied her sister Pattie to modeling jobs.
Boyd was fifteen when she met drummer Mick Fleetwood, who, at the time, was in a band called The Bo Street Runners. From thereon, they began an on-and-off relationship that would last fifteen years. They eventually married in June 1970 and they had two daughters, Lucy and Amy.
She was the inspiration of British folk musician Donovan 's song "Jennifer Juniper", released as a single in March 1968. Also in 1968, Boyd traveled with Donovan, her sister Pattie, The Beatles, sisters Mia Farrow and Prudence Farrow, Mike Love and other friends, to Rishikesh, India, to attend a training session in Transcendental Meditation held by 'Maharishi Mahesh Yogi'. She also worked at the Apple Boutique in London.
She attended UCLA in the late 1980s, earned a PhD in psychology, and became a clinical consultant and author. She co-authored a book about music and psychology, titled Musicians in Tune.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: MmMOI
|Ian Wallace||(1984 - present)|
|Mick Fleetwood||(1970 - 1977) ( divorced) ( 2 children)|