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Her grandfather, General Aniceto Lacson , was a prominent military figure in Negros Occidental during the Philippine Revolution while her uncle, Arsenio Lacson , was the first elected mayor of Manila. After spending time in Hong Kong, Spain, Singapore and Malaysia,  Porteous arrived in Australia in on a three-month working visa. Porteous began working as a maid for the newly widowed Hancock. Hancock and Porteous became involved over the course of Porteous' employment and they were wed on 6 July ,  in Sydney.
Porteous, who was thirty-nine years younger than her husband, was often accused of gold digging because of their age disparity. As Porteous later stated: "I have been accused of sleeping with every man in Australia I would have been a very busy woman. Although the marriage would later prove tumultuous, early on Hancock was clearly infatuated with his young wife.
He gave her money and investments in real estate in the Sydney area. Porteous, in turn, helped Hancock to look and act like a much younger man, belying his eight decades. As The Age put it, "Rose made Lang feel younger, sprucing up his wardrobe, dying his hair and getting rid of his cane". The mansion, which was modelled after Tara , the plantation mansion in the movie Gone with the Wind , was the setting for many large parties at which Hancock and Porteous would "dance into the night".
As the marriage wore on, however, the relationship between Hancock and Porteous began to break down. Rumours surfaced of her having disputes with servants and others close to Hancock, especially Rinehart, and as Hancock's health worsened, so did his relationship with Porteous. Rinehart would later claim that Hancock's bride had paid little attention to his worsening health, but had instead "screeched at him for money". Porteous rose to prominence in the s as the central figure in a series of lawsuits launched by her step-daughter, Gina Rinehart.
On 25 June , less than three months after Hancock's death, Porteous married for the fourth time, to Hancock's long-time friend William Porteous. Central to Rinehart's lawsuits were the accusations that Porteous married Hancock only for his fortune and alleged that her stepmother's actions had contributed to her father's death.