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Win £30 in our Guess Who contest - February mystery person number 30

Closes on 23rd of February 2021

Maureen Williams was the first to identify the thirtieth mystery person in our February contest, Maud of Wales (she was married to the King of Norway).

You could win a £30 cash prize in our Guess Who contest.

We are asking you to play detective and identify the name of the mystery person from a series of daily clues that we will release.

Between now and the end of this month we will release one clue every day until the mystery person has been correctly identified. Once a mystery person has been solved we will then issue a new series of daily clues for a new mystery person. This is a race and the winning entry for each mystery person will be the first correct entry that we receive.

You are allowed one guess per each mystery person every day and so you can return tomorrow for another try.

The overall winner of the £30 cash prize at the end of the month's competition will be the person who has the most individual wins and in the event of a tie a draw will be held to determine the winner of the £30 cash prize.

We will give you regular updates of the daily contest winners so you can see who is leading the competition.

To enter this contest you need to have paid for the upgrade service of Competitors Companion.

Philip Bennett is the current leader of our February contest with thirteen wins. Keith Hill has four wins. Paul Strange and Linda Joseph have three wins. TJ Auld and Deborah Gilbody have two wins. Annette Duckworth, Debbie Skerten, Maureen Williams and Wendy Morgan have one win.

After a tie Paul Strange was drawn as the winner of our January contest.

Here is Clue One to the thirty-first mystery person in this month's contest.

Question:
This mystery person was born in London and was married to a King. She died in London in the 1930s.

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