A ground-breaking woman who spent the 60s and 70s chauffeuring royals, prime ministers and a US president around Britain has celebrated her 100th birthday

A ground-breaking woman who spent the 60s and 70s chauffeuring royals, prime ministers and a US president around Britain has celebrated her 100th birthday. Millie Forster was one of the first women to ever drive for the Government Car Service, an often-secretive agency that provides travel for politicians and other high-profile figures. Her colourful career saw Millie, who had to sign the Official Secrets Act at the time, ferrying a string of iconic figures including Margaret Thatcher, Jimmy Carter and Princess Margaret.