Jenny Boyd Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Children, Height, Career, Rock Muse, Writer, Clinical Manager

Jenny Boyd Biography

 Jenny Boyd, a former British model is a well-known rock muse, writer, and clinical manager. She is Jenny Boyd’s younger sister, who worked as a model and photographer in the 1960s. She started out as a model but left in 1960 after learning about Transcendental Meditation. She believes that modeling is a waste of her time.

She was born as Helen Mary Boyd on 8th of November 1947 in Guildford, Surrey, England.  She is 65 years as of 2022.

Her height is under review.

She was raised in a middle-class Christian household in Guilford, Surrey, England, where she was born and raised. She is a British national. Boyd’s mother, Diana Frances Boyd, was a stay-at-home mom, while her father, Mr. Colin Ian Langdon Boyd, was a pilot by profession. She also has a sibling. She goes under the name Pattie Boyd.

Jenny was married four times. She was wed to Mick Fleetwood from 1970 to 1976, but their marriage ended in divorce. The 1977 remarriage ended in divorce for the pair. Despite this, she wed Ian Wallace in 1984, and they later split up. She wed David Levitt in 1997. Jenny’s two children.

She has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.

She was a freelance model in the 1960s, and she usually went to modeling shoots with her sister Pattie. Because of her association with George Harrison, Pattie was introduced to the Beatles, other bands led by Eric Clapton, and other significant British rock artists. Boyd served as the inspiration for songs about a rock star muse written by Mick Jagger and Donovan. She was employed by the Beatles’ short-lived retail company, Apple Boutique, in London.

After Donovan’s song of the same name, she and Pattie established the “Jennifer Juniper” boutique in London’s exclusive Chelsea Market. Boyd ran the store, which sold antiques and other items of art, and Pattie served as the buyer.

Although the composition credit for her two songs for the band Fleetwood Mac was assigned to her husband, Mick Fleetwood, by the band’s manager, she wrote or co-wrote both of them. Boyd, Pattie, and their youngest sister Paula were all photographed by Patrick Lichfield for British Vogue in the early 1970s following Pattie’s comeback to modeling. Boyd attended UCLA in the late 1980s, graduated with a PhD in psychology, and went on to operate a facility that provided addiction treatment. She co-authored a book on music and psychology called Musicians in Tune. She managed a center for addiction treatment for many years in England. In 2020, her autobiography, Jennifer Juniper, was released.

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