Children's Hospital Named After Lady Cilento in Queensland
According to a latest report, a new hospital in Queensland, which is a combined children's hospital, has recently been named in honor of Lady Phyllis Cilento.
Phyllis Dorothy McGlew was a beloved physician and writer, who was born on 13th March, 1894, at Rockdale, Sydney. She was the daughter of Charles Thomas McGlew and Alice Lane and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia.
It has been revealed by the sources that she married Raphael Cilento, who was also a doctor, in Adelaide in 1920. They worked in a number of countries before settling in Brisbane, Queensland, in the year 1928.
It has also been revealed that she was Sean Connery's former mother-in-law. According to sources, the members of the Cilento family attended the public inauguration of the South Brisbane complex's name. This inauguration has been held approximately a year before its actual commencement.
It has been revealed by the sources that the couple has six children in total and the youngest one was an actor known as Diane Cilento.
Diane Cilento was married to Sean Connery from the year 1962 to 1973, according to the sources.
Diane's brother Dr David Cilento said, "She was one of the earliest, and indeed one of the sharpest advocates of children's health and welfare".
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