Hobsbawm's first marriage was to Muriel Seaman in 1943. It ended in divorce in 1951. His second marriage was to Marlene Schwarz, with whom he had two children, Julia Hobsbawm and Andy Hobsbawm. Julia is chief executive of Hobsbawm Media and Marketing and a Visiting Professor of Public Relations at the College of Communication, University of the Arts London. He also had a son, Joshua Bennathan, from a previous relationship.
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