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Winston Churchill, grandson of the wartime prime minister, has separated from his wife, and a divorce is likely, attorneys for the couple say.

Churchill and the former Mary Caroline d'Erlanger married in 1964 and have two sons and two daughters.

The couple "remain on good terms, but it is likely there will be divorce proceedings in due course," according to a statement Thursday from the law firm Walker Martineau.

Churchill, elected to Parliament in 1970, is the son of the late Randolph Churchill and Pamela Harriman, the U.S. ambassador to France.

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