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Wednesday, 16 May, 2001, 14:03 GMT 15:03 UK
Picture gallery: Jane Andrews
Jane Andrews, the Duchess of York's former aide, has been found guilty of murdering her boyfriend, Tommy Cressman.

These images are taken from various points in her private and public life.

Ms Andrews arrives at the Old Bailey at the outset of the trial
Jealous rage: Former royal dresser turned killer after a fatal row with her lover

Jane Andrews with Thomas Cressman
Andrews stabbed Tom Cressman with a kitchen knife. She said he had fallen onto it.

The Duchess of York and Jane Andrews
Andrews was depressed by the loss of her prestigious post as dresser to Sarah Ferguson

Jane Andrews and the Duchess of York
Andrews described her role as 'an intense job, 24 hours a day, seven days a week'

Thomas Cressman, Stirling Moss, Jane Andrews
Thomas Cressman's business partner, the racing driver Stirling Moss, was "very sad and badly shaken" by the killing



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