Anna became a grandmother in July 2004 when her daughter Lenka gave birth.
In 1992, when her father-in-law died, her husband inherited the title Marquess of Bath, Anna then became the Marchioness of Bath.
On 9 May 1969, her married name became Thynne, in 1976, her husband changed the family name to Thynn.
When Anna married her second husband, the then Viscount Weymouth, her title became Lady Weymouth.
Anna plays dual roles as twin sisters in the "Jason King" episode The Stones of Venice.
Anna starred in a movie Blue Blood in 1973, which was based upon a novel written by her husband.
Anna carried on acting part-time after she became a journalist.
A portrait of Anna, Marchioness of Bath, hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Anna left her second husband, Lord Bath, when his womanising became too much.
Anna is an accomplished artist.
Anna was pregnant when she married Alexander Thynn.
Anna lives primarily in Paris, only spending one week a month with her estranged husband at Longleat.
Anna's father was Laszlo Izsak Gyarmathy.
Anna's husband, Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath, was listed 490 in the 2007 Sunday Times Rich List with a wealth which exceeds £145 million.
Viscount Weymouth, while holidaying with Anna in Camarat in the South of France, bought a villa in a new holiday village development in order to try to woo her. However, she married a French TV director instead.
Anna frequently accepted TV and movie roles in which she would have to act in the nude.