Maureen Wilson's father was chief of the Calcutta mounted police.
Their family moved to Trinity Road, West Bromwich sometime after Indian independence, where he became a steel factory owner in Birmingham.
Band manager Peter Grant arranged for two Harley Street specialists as well as blood plasma to be sent via private jet in the meantime.
While Robert had to be moved again to the Channel Islands for tax reasons and recuperation, Maureen remained in London to continue recovery.
On December 2, 2012, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin were among the artists celebrated at the 35th annual Kennedy Centre Honors in Washington, D. Among the musicians chosen to pay tribute to Led Zeppelin’s enduring musical catalogue were Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart.This editable Main Article is under development and not meant to be cited; by editing it you can help to improve it towards a future approved, citable version.These unapproved articles are subject to a disclaimer. Plant née Wilson (born 20 November 1948), is the former wife of Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, and the mother of Carmen Plant, Karac Plant, and Logan Plant.Within hours of arriving and checking in at the Maison Dupuy hotel, Robert received a call from his wife Maureen at the family's farmhouse near Kidderminster, Worcestershire.The first phone call said his son was sick, and within the next two hours later, she informed Robert that Karac had passed away.Robert was present at the birth of Carmen Jane Plant (born 21 October 1968) and Karac Pendra Plant (20 April 1972 - 26 July 1977).Maureen Plant appeared uncredited in the 1976 film The Song Remains the Same, on the family property in Wales.Upon his death, it was decided among the remaining members that Led Zeppelin would not continue on as an entity without him.Despite collaborations among the members and a few performances throughout the decades, Led Zeppelin has not toured or recorded any new material.Maureen Plant travelled only once with the band on their 1969 US spring tour thereafter she stayed at the Plant's family farm with their children.Robert had written the song 'Thank You' as a tribute to Maureen.