Great news for Queen Elizabeth: her cousin’s granddaughter said yes.
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Queen Elizabeth is happy about the wedding
Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter, Flora Ogilvy, 25, tied the knot. On Instagram, she writes about a photo of herself and her loved one on the wedding day: “Timothy and I got married privately on Saturday September 26th at the Chapel Royal in St. James Palace. We are really overjoyed and look forward to celebrating next year.” Flora is currently 56th in the line of succession to the British throne, behind her brother Alexander Ogilvy (55), her father James Ogilvy (54) and her grandmother Princess Alexandra (53). Princess Alexandra, also called Lady Ogilv, is a member of the extended British royal family. You and Queen Elizabeth, 94, have the same grandfather, King George V, and are therefore cousins. In 2019, Flora stood with the royal family on the balcony of the palace as part of Trooping the Color and attended the Queen’s pre-Christmas dinner six months later. As Flora continues to announce, she has taken her husband’s surname and is now called Flora Vesterberg.
Duchess Camilla reveals a nickname for Prince Charles
It is well known that the royals value their privacy a lot. When they disclose personal information to the public, they do so consciously and deliberately. When Duchess Camilla, 72, and Prince Charles, 71, were guests at the Ulster Museum in Belfast yesterday, Wednesday, Camilla seemed to slip something spontaneously from the lips. The Prince of Wales is supposed to pose in front of a replica of the Iron Throne of the US series “Game of Thrones”, but his hands are full. That doesn’t work, thinks Camilla and says to her husband: “Darling, your teacup!” The future king naturally complies with the loving reminder of his loved ones – and the picture ends up in the box. The scene can be seen in a video on Twitter.
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Princess Eugenie spotted after baby news
Admittedly: You don’t see much of the baby bump when Princess Eugenie, 30, takes to the street after a restaurant in London. The Queen’s granddaughter skilfully hides the middle of her body under a black dress; wears a green coat over it and mouth and nose protection on her face. They are interesting to look at Photos published by the Daily Mail Nevertheless. Because: It is the first time that Eugenie has been photographed in public after her pregnancy has been announced. Husband Jack Brooksbank’s child will be born in spring 2021. Incidentally, Eugenie did not laugh alone, but with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the husband of her sister Princess Beatrice, 31.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte are not allowed in their school …
The children of Prince William, 38, and Duchess Catherine, 38, are back in the classroom at Thomas’s Battersea School in London after months of homeschooling. While Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, are “enthusiastic” about reuniting with their friends, according to “Vanity Fair”, normal school life like before the pandemic is not easy. In accordance with government guidelines, the school has implemented a range of corona safety measures. This means that some subjects and / or teaching content for George and Charlotte have been canceled – including swimming. The Cambridge children, according to the British media, like to go swimming and should be encouraged by their mother.
Mia Tindall extends her elbows
Mike Tindall, 41, and Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips, 38, live with their daughters Mia Grace, six, and Lena Elizabeth, two, a life apart from royal duties and rarely appear in public as a family. In the podcast “The Good, The Bad & The Rugby”, rugby player Mike chats a little to the delight of Royal fans and reports that his oldest daughter is a little sportsman. “Mia played rugby for the first time this week (…). She really enjoyed it and will play football for the first time this weekend.” When asked if Mia is doing well on the rugby field, Tindall replies with a laugh: “Yes, she is quite aggressive”. His friend James Haskell, 35, also a rugby player, throws in: “She probably got that from her mother”. Mike admits, “Yeah, it’s a combination of both [Mias Ehrgeiz und Vererbung von Zara], I think.”
Mia’s mom is a successful and passionate rider; won silver at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In 2017, Mike Tindall revealed that Mia was taking riding lessons. Let’s see which sport is more fun for you in the long run – mom’s or dad’s.
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Source used: mailonline.co.uk, vanityfair.com