Catherine Meyer, wife of Britain’s ambassador to the U.S., talks about the issue of international custody disputes and abductions. She has a very personal stake in this subject: Five years ago she sent her two young sons to visit their father in Germany, and at the end of the summer, her former husband refused to return the boys to her in London. She’s been fighting for access to her children ever since.


  • Lady Catherine Meyer Author of "They Are My Children Too"

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