But only one of them was hot. Her name is Amanda Thatcher. She is Margaret Thatcher's 19-year-old granddaughter. She was everyone's favorite part of the funeral.
Because it would be crass to come right out and say "Girl, you are so smoking hot that I wish your grandmother were alive so she could see how smoking hot you are," British papers are commending Amanda on her reading of Ephesians 6: 10-18. They're calling it "pitch perfect," "flawless," "emotional yet poised," "flawless," and "flawless." (FLAWLESS.)
Like many hot people, Amanda Thatcher is American. Born in Dallas, she spent the early part of her childhood in Cape Town, South Africa but returned, along with her mother and older brother, to her mother's home state of Texas in 2004 at age 11. The move happened after her father, a former race car driver, was arrested in South Africa for his alleged involvement in a failed coup to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea. (You know, that old chestnut.) The U.S. refused to give Mark Thatcher a visa based on his record and he and Amanda's mother, Diane, separated. She now attends the University of Richmond.
Amanda's brother, Michael, a high school football star who majored in chemistry at Texas A&M, was also present at the service but did not read. He is the forgotten brother; James Middleton to Amanda's show-stealing Pippa. The siblings were Margaret Thatcher's only grandchildren.
As for what Amanda Thatcher will do now that everyone has fallen in love with her, it's unclear. She'll probably return to the University of Richmond, where she competes on the track and field team. Perhaps she will bake a chocolate lava cake, which this random lady (who bills herself as a family friend) says is her specialty. Maybe she will read aloud, slowly, from Ephesians — something she's been known to do in the past (see above).
The world is Amanda's oyster and Amanda is the hot sauce you put on the oyster.
And the single strand of pearls around her neck are the pearls you find in the oyster.
Maybe she'll have oysters.