Born May 1970, Tamara King would go on to become the wife of Albert Wilson and mother of Conall Lethbridge-Stewart, Nick and Lucy Wilson. The official record stated that her father was Samuel King, and her mother a woman called Delilah. (PROSE: The Enfolded Time, Lucy Wilson) In truth, she was born to Samson Ware and a human slave, Deli'ah, on the planet Thoros Epsilon. Her birth name was Tama'ah. Her mother died when Tamara was young, shortly after which Samson returned to Earth with his daughter. Using his contacts he created new identities for them (Samuel and Tamara King), hiding the truth of Tamara's birth from her. (PROSE: Hide No More) Due to the Barbadian origins of her father's family, she had long curly hair like her daughter. (PROSE: Avatars of the Intelligence)

Tamara met Albert Wilson in 1989, and shortly after discovering they were pregnant they decided to get married in early 1990. Her father missed her wedding due to work. She gave birth to her first child, Conall, in June 1990. At this time, Samson reunited with Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart and revealed the truth of Tamara's origins. Concerned that she and her offspring would attract alien attention due to her non-Earth-centric DNA, Alistair said he would ensure his people kept an eye on her. (PROSE: Hide No More, Avatars of the Intelligence)

Circa 2000, Tamara spent Christmas with Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart and her family. (PROSE: The Two Brigadiers)

In 2017, Tamara moved with her family to Ogmore-by-Sea, after Albert got a new job. (PROSE: Avatars of the Intelligence) Lucy took her mother to the circus. Tamara watched Lucy enter the Clown's blue box, unaware that it made her daughter disappear, replacing her with a copy. (PROSE: Curse of the Mirror Clowns)

In May 2018, Tamara drove Lucy and Hobo to Bledoe, unaware that Lucy's grandfather was occupying the body of Hobo. Lucy and Hobo went missing for ten hours after they travelling back in time to 1937. Tamara had called the police during this time, and was overjoyed when they returned unharmed. (PROSE: Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets)

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