Peter Phillips Dropped A Major Bombshell About His Marriage – And It’s Left Royal Fans Reeling

There’s already been a lot of drama for the royal family in 2020. Most obviously, the year started off with Meghan and Harry choosing to relinquish their roles as working royals – a stunning bombshell in itself. Not long after that, though, Peter Phillips – the man long rumored to be the Queen’s most beloved grandchild – decided to add to the scandal by making a shocking announcement about his marriage.

For over a decade, Phillips has been married to a Canadian former management consultant named Autumn Kelly. The pair tied the knot back in 2008 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor – the same place where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have their wedding years later. Since then, they’ve also gone on to have two daughters: Savannah and Isla.

And although Phillips isn’t a so-called “working royal,” he’s very much still part of the family’s inner circle; his mother is Princess Anne, after all. Yet neither he nor his sister, Zara, have titles – a decision that was apparently made at the behest of the Princess Royal herself.

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There’s no denying Phillips’ place in the royal family, though. In fact, when Anne’s firstborn came into the world, he was immediately fifth in line to become ruler of the United Kingdom. Nowadays, he’s 15th in line, meaning he’ll almost certainly never sit on the throne, but it’s unlikely he’s too put out about it. Phillips has had success on his own terms, you see, having worked for Jaguar and the Royal Bank of Scotland; he’s also currently managing director of a company called SEL UK.

Still, despite his prestigious family tree, Phillips has kept himself out of the public eye to such an extent that his future wife wasn’t even aware he was a royal. She only found out the true identity of her new boyfriend when she and her mother saw him on TV – more than a month after Kelly and Phillips had begun dating.

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Kelly herself comes from non-aristocratic roots, having lived a normal life in Canada before meeting Phillips. Her parents, Kathleen and Brian, also split when she was still young, although their relationship from that point was supposedly amicable. Both Brian and Kathleen went on to marry other people, meaning Kelly gained some step-siblings as she got older. And when she went to college, she took a job in a bar to help pay the bills – just like other regular folk.

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Kelly also worked as an actress for a time while studying at McGill University, winning a couple of small roles in the 1996 movie Rainbow and a TV show called Sirens. In the end, though, she didn’t pursue a full-time screen career, instead becoming a management consultant after graduation.

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Then Phillips and Kelly had their first encounter at the 2003 Montreal Grand Prix, where both of them were working. And in 2008 a supposed associate of the royal revealed more about that meeting to The Daily Telegraph, saying, “Peter couldn’t take his eyes off her. Within five minutes, he had managed to engage her in conversation.”

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The unnamed source went on, “[Phillips] had to go off to do some official business. But within half an hour, he was back and had managed to get [Kelly’s] mobile telephone number [and] her email address and invite her and three of her friends to the Formula One post-race party. He certainly wasn’t going to let her disappear.”

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After that, Kelly relocated to the U.K., eventually taking a job as an assistant to famed television presenter Sir Michael Parkinson. During this period, she also met the Queen and other high-ranking members of the royal family, even scoring an invite to a party thrown in celebration of the monarch turning 80.

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Then, in July 2007, the official announcement of an engagement was made. A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace declared, “The Princess Royal and Captain Mark Phillips are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Peter Phillips, to Autumn, daughter of Mr. Brian and Mrs. Kitty Kelly.” This was set to be the first royal union since Prince Charles had wed Camilla in 2005.

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Apparently, Phillips had proposed to Kelly in a relatively down-to-earth manner, having popped the question while he and his girlfriend were outside in the rain taking their dog for a stroll. Phillips had reportedly already asked Kelly’s dad for permission to make the move, and he had even arranged for a hot-air balloon as the setting for the romantic moment. But when the balloon was canceled due to bad weather, he had decided to propose at ground level instead.

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Then, before the wedding took place, Kelly joined the Anglican Church. The young woman had previously been baptized into the Catholic Church, but this itself posed a problem. You see, members of the British royal family are prohibited from marrying Catholics, and if Phillips had opted to wed Kelly before her conversion, he would’ve lost his position in the line of succession.

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Finally, the big day arrived on May 17, 2008. For the momentous occasion, Kelly wore a tiara loaned to her by her husband’s mother, while her new sister-in-law Zara served as one of her bridesmaids. But there was one aspect of the wedding ceremony that caused a lot of controversy.

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Specifically, the bride and groom had allowed Hello! magazine to document their wedding – reportedly in exchange for a sum of £500,000. And apparently the royal family were not at all pleased about that decision. It didn’t help, either, that photos of the Queen and other senior royals were emblazoned across the publication’s pages as part of the feature.

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In fact, the Queen had even not been told beforehand that she would be in the magazine. And the resulting furor saw some British politicians get involved. At the time, Member of Parliament Ian Gibson declared, “The British public would expect the Queen to rise above being pictured in the pages of Hello! She is the Queen, not a footballer’s wife.”

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According to a contemporary report by the Daily Mail, Princes William and Harry were also said to be “deeply unhappy” about the situation. The fact that their respective partners had been photographed at the ceremony without their express permission proved to be a particular sticking point.

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As a result, the Queen allegedly banned her family members from taking magazine deals in the future. A few days after the wedding, a person described as a “senior royal source” told The Daily Telegraph, “It will never ever happen again. In hindsight, it should never have happened in the first place.”

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Yet that incident didn’t seem to completely sour Phillips’ relationship with his grandmother. Perhaps it helped that when Savannah was born in 2010, she finally made the Queen a great-grandmother. An official statement on the matter read, “The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Princess Royal, Captain Mark Phillips and Autumn’s family have been informed [of the birth] and are delighted with the news.”

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Phillips and Kelly’s second child, Isla, followed in 2012. And given that the new arrival’s middle name was Elizabeth, there was some speculation as to whether this move was some kind of nod to the Queen. The family neither confirmed nor denied this rumor, however.

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In any case, Phillips would sing his grandmother’s praises in a 2016 article for The Daily Telegraph. The piece promoted an event called The Patron’s Lunch – held in honor of the British monarch’s 90th birthday – with Phillips being described in the headline as “the Queen’s favorite grandson.”

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In the Telegraph article, Phillips shared some tidbits about his relationship with his famous grandma, writing, “I’ve always been very close to my grandmother, and we speak often. She has been an inspirational person throughout my life, so to be able to do something like this for her is an honor.”

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Phillips went on, “As a child, I would attend charity events with my parents in school holidays. But as I’ve grown older, the sheer number of causes of which the Queen is patron has become clear. So, too, has her commitment to every one of them – and that’s an extraordinary achievement.”

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Special occasions aside, Phillips and Kelly largely remained out of the spotlight as they raised their two children. Yet they naturally were present at the biggest royal event of 2018: the wedding of Harry and Meghan. The couple arrived at the ceremony clasping each other’s hands.

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Then, in 2020, Phillips garnered attention after he appeared in a Chinese milk commercial for the company Bright Food. This was at around the time when Harry and Meghan announced their intention to retreat from royal duties, and as such the advert sparked some discussion about what non-working royals could do to generate some cash.

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A month later, however, an unexpected bombshell came. It was suddenly announced on February 11, 2020, that Phillips and Kelly – married for 12 years – would be divorcing. Not only that, but they had actually parted ways back in 2019. And, reportedly, the pair had already told the Queen and other royals what was going on.

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An official statement on the news explained, “After informing HM The Queen and members of both families last year, Peter and Autumn jointly agreed to separate. They had reached the conclusion that this was the best course of action for their two children and ongoing friendship. The decision to divorce and share custody came about after many months of discussions, and, although sad, is an amicable one.”

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The message also made clear that “the continued well-being and upbringing of [Phillips and Kelly’s] wonderful daughters” was important to the couple. It continued, “Both families were naturally sad at the announcement, but [they are] fully supportive of Peter and Autumn in the joint decision to co-parent their children.”

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The announcement concluded, “Both Peter and Autumn have remained in Gloucestershire to bring up their two children, where they have been settled for a number of years. Peter and Autumn have requested privacy and compassion for their children while the family continues to adapt to these changes.” In the aftermath of that bombshell, however, members of the media attempted to get the inside scoop.

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British tabloid The Sun spoke to several people apparently in the know, with one allegedly telling them, “Peter is absolutely devastated by this and just didn’t see it coming. He thought he was happily married and had the perfect family with two lovely daughters. But he is now in total shock.”

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The supposed insider went on, “Autumn is a wonderful wife and mother and a very intelligent woman, but she’s been telling her friends for some time that there were issues. She is a favorite of the Queen, and I’m sure Her Majesty will be very upset by this as well. It’s the last thing she needs after all her recent troubles, and you get the feeling that the royal family is falling apart a little bit.”

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Another friend of the couple hinted that Harry and Meghan’s exit from royal life may have had an impact. They said, “What worries some of us is that Autumn may want to go back to Canada. Maybe she has been influenced by Harry and Meghan’s departure. Perhaps she thought, ‘If that can happen, then I can leave as well?’ That might be unfair on her, but you have to consider it.”

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Fortunately, infidelity hadn’t seemingly caused the separation. An alleged friend told the The Sun, “Certainly none of us think either Peter or Autumn are involved with anyone else. It just seems they have grown apart, but it’s come as a bolt out of the blue for Peter, and he’s very upset.”

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And finally, a “senior royal source” told the paper, “The Queen must wonder what she has done to deserve this. Peter Phillips has always been a favorite of hers and Prince Philip, and she will be crestfallen by this – especially on top of all the other bad news. It makes you wonder what’s going to happen next.”

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It was said, though, that the couple were determined to remain friends. One person told The Daily Telegraph, “Autumn has no plans to go back to Canada. She is very happy in Gloucestershire and wants their daughters Savannah and Isla to be as close to Peter and his family as possible. They are still living together and intend to remain living nearby.”

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Another individual expressed concern over the family’s finances, saying to the newspaper, “They don’t receive any public money so have had to go out and earn a living like anyone else. They have faced some financial pressures. If Peter had a lot of money, he wouldn’t have done the milk gig. He needed a good payday – especially now divorce is on the cards.”

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On February 12 journalist Richard Kay also claimed that the Queen had given Kelly some advice before she and her husband announced that they were divorcing. According to Kay, Phillips and Kelly had gone to Balmoral to inform the Queen that they were separating; while at the residence, however, the monarch reportedly asked the Canadian “not to make a hasty decision.”

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And apparently there may have been clues that the couple’s marriage was in danger. The last time that the pair were photographed at a royal shindig together, it transpires, was at the Braemar Highland Gathering, which occurred in September 2019. Notably, neither Phillips nor Kelly were around for the royal Christmas celebrations.

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So, what happens next? Well, another insider told Vanity Fair that Phillips and Kelly had been through a “conscious uncoupling.” Apparently, they wouldn’t “get a quickie divorce,” and they were even still living together at their family home. The rest of the royals, the source claimed, were “sad but supportive of the situation.”

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Once the divorce goes through, then, life will naturally be very different for the members of the Phillips family. Thankfully, though, their status as non-working royals somewhat protects them from the media gaze – meaning the clan can hopefully iron out the details and carry on the best way they can without too much scrutiny.

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But perhaps Lord Ivar Mountbatten is even more under the radar than other members of his prestigious family. The distant relative of the Queen only really came to the public’s attention in 2018, in fact – and it was all because of a history-making announcement that did away with centuries of royal protocol.

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It’s April 1994, and Lord Ivar Mountbatten and Penny Anne Vere Thompson are exchanging vows at St Peter & St Paul’s Church in the historic market town of Clare, Suffolk. And as the newlyweds are joined by members of the British royal family, the couple look blissfully happy. Little does anyone know though, that in another 24 years Ivar will completely break with royal tradition – and in a rather astonishing way, too.

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The groom on that day was born Ivar Alexander Michael Mountbatten in London in March 1963. And as his title suggests, his parents, David Michael Mountbatten, the third Marquess of Milford Haven, and Janet Mercedes Bryce, were naturally part of the upper echelons of British society. Ivar was actually the couple’s second son, as his elder brother, George Ivar Louis, had come into the world two years previously.

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Moreover, Ivar’s mother and father had tied the knot in Hampstead, London, two years prior to his birth. That occasion marked David’s second marriage, as he’d previously been wed previously to American socialite Romaine Dahlgren Pierce. The two had divorced, however, in 1954.

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Ivar’s family were well connected to the British royal family, too. David was the first cousin of Prince Phillip, you see, while the marquess’ own father, George Mountbatten, the Second Marquess of Milford Haven, had been the brother of the prince’s mother. David even served as the best man when Phillip wed the then-Princess Elizabeth in November 1947.

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That wasn’t all, either. Ivar’s father was also the great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria as well as a distant cousin of Elizabeth II. There were links to other royal clans to boot. David’s Russian mother, Nadejda Torby, was the great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I, for instance, while Ivar himself is also a descendant of both Alexander Pushkin and Catherine the Great.

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But none of these lofty connections saved Ivar from personal tragedy. He was only seven years old, in fact, when his father died unexpectedly in 1970. David had collapsed at Liverpool Street Station in London after suffering a heart attack. And upon his death, his eldest son, George, ultimately became the fourth Marquess of Milford Haven.

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Then, several years after his father had passed away, Ivar went on to study at the prestigious Gordonstoun School in Morayshire, Scotland. The private institution is renowned as having taught a number of royals, including Prince Phillip and Prince Charles as well as Princess Anne’s children, Peter and Zara Phillips.

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Ivar would then continue his first-class education at Middlebury College – a private liberal arts institution in Vermont. And he studied at the establishment for four years until 1986, after which he left with a degree in geology and Earth science.

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Then, with his classes completed, Ivar was ready to step out into the world of work. In the end, in fact, he found employment in Caracas, Venezuela, where he was employed as a PA to the CEO of Monarch Resources Ltd. After a year at the firm, however, he took another job in the city as an executive director at Delta Minerals Ltd. Ivar spent five years in that role, which saw him involved in exploring and developing mineral deposits in Venezuelan Guyana.

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In 1993 Ivar then left Venezuela and moved back to England, where he began working in the corporate entertainment sector. He also ran a property that he had inherited from a cousin – the Moyns Park country retreat in Steeple Bumpstead, Essex. And it was during this period of his life that his personal life began to flourish, too, as he would meet the woman who would ultimately become his wife.

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In 2018 Penny Thompson spoke about that relationship to the Daily Mail, explaining that Ivar had appeared to be quite a lonely man when she had first encountered him. So, she began inviting him to social events, and over the next few months, the connection between the two intensified.

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Penny continued, “We first got together when Ivar invited me up for his 30th birthday party at Moyns. I stayed on afterwards to help him start his event management business and sort of never left after that. I guess we fell in love while organizing Moyns as a business and riding horses daily around the estate – making plans. Then, one day, Ivar said, ‘If I ask you to marry me, would you say yes?’”

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Penny accepted Ivar’s hand in marriage, and the pair got hitched in 1994. The aristocrat’s close friend Prince Edward and his partner Sophie Rhys-Jones attended the plush wedding, while the afterparty was held at Ivar’s Moyns Park residence.

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The Queen’s only sister, the late Princess Margaret, was also present at the celebration, and she even helped out during a nervous moment for the bride. Penny revealed to the Daily Mail, “I was wearing the heavy family tiara which made my hair flop forwards. I remember Princess Margaret was sticking in the pins to hold it on when we signed the register.”

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What’s more, the first few years of Ivar and Penny’s marriage were apparently very happy ones. The pair did their fair share of traveling during that time, embarking on numerous trips around the world and enjoying expensive holidays in idyllic locations such as Bermuda. Penny and Ivar even enjoyed extended weekend breaks with Hollywood icon Joan Collins in the south of France.

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And the couple’s family would ultimately grow, too. Ella was the first of their children to arrive in March 1996; Alexandra followed two years later, then Louise in July 2002. The two eldest daughters would even have Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, as their godparents.

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Away from his personal life, in 1998 Ivar began working as a managing director for Crown Self Storage Ltd – a role in which he ultimately stayed for more than a decade. That year also saw him become a managing director of Bridwell Park Estate – a 100-acre piece of land in Devon that plays host to both an event venue and a farm.

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But Ivar had one major personal issue to deal with during his marriage to Penny. You see, he came to realize that he was gay, although he worried about how the news would be taken by his relatives. Indeed, if Ivar did decide to publicly come out, it would make him the first person in the wider royal family to have ever done so.

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Still, Penny wasn’t completely in the dark about Ivar’s sexuality. Just two months after they had met, you see, he’d reportedly revealed to her that he was attracted to members of the same sex. According to the Daily Mail, Ivar had even explained to Penny that he’d had a fling with a man while he was working in Venezuela.

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But Penny admitted to the newspaper that Ivar’s attraction to men didn’t put her off marrying the aristocrat. She said, “I married [him] with a completely open heart and an open mind about sexuality. Ivar had told me he was bisexual before he proposed. I didn’t have any fears about it because I loved him, and love conquers all, doesn’t it?”

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Penny continued, “What I hadn’t realized is how jealous I would feel down the line when he was finding men attractive and how, ultimately, that made me feel that I wasn’t good enough. When I started feeling lonely and [sad], I dulled those feelings with alcohol, and of course that made me more depressed.”

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Despite their issues, the couple continued to soldier on with their marriage. However, deeper into their union, Ivar would quietly begin to explore his sexuality. And, interestingly, Penny would give him her blessing to do so. She told the Daily Mail, “I always asked for and demanded complete honesty from Ivar. Perhaps that is a self-destructive part of me, but I wanted to know. I gave him his freedom because I wanted him to be happy.”

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Yet the marriage ultimately proved to be unsustainable, and Ivar and Penny split amicably in September 2010 before their divorce was made final in November 2011. The couple’s luxurious Bridwell Park home in Devon was initially put up for sale, too.

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After taking a vacation, though, Ivar changed his mind and decided to turn Bridwell Park into an exclusive wedding venue that would also be available for corporate events. Then, in the years that followed, the lord seemingly came to terms with his sexuality – and this led to a stunning announcement in 2016.

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In September of that year, Ivar made a big decision: he publicly announced to the world that he was gay. He was the first of the British royals’ extended family to come out publicly, and with his bombshell revelation he had broken centuries of tradition.

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And alongside this revelation came the news that Ivar also had a steady boyfriend. While on vacation in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier in March 2015, he had met a Scottish airline cabin services director named James Coyle. According to the Daily Mail, James had introduced himself to the royal after mistakenly believing him to be a guide with whom he’d been skiing.

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Yet although Ivar and James had encountered each other almost by mistake, the chemistry between them was instantaneous. The two subsequently swapped numbers and went on to meet up in London, where the Scotsman lived. Before that get-together, Ivar had also surprised his oblivious male companion by telling him about his distinguished family tree. But it seems as though the other man’s blue blood didn’t put James off at all.

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You see, in June 2018 Ivar announced that he was going to tie the knot with James a few months later in September. And once again, he was a royal trailblazer. Barring no last-minute hitches, Ivar would be the first member of the extended British royal family to partake in a same-sex marriage.

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Touchingly, the wedding announcement was also joined by the revelation that Ivar’s ex-wife, Penny, would be giving her husband away at the nuptials. As it turned out, the former Mrs. Mountbatten was fully supportive of his union with James.

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Penny also revealed to the Daily Mail that it had been her three daughters’ idea for her to give their father away. Then, after telling the newspaper that she had liked James within ten seconds of meeting him, she continued, “It makes me feel quite emotional. I’m really very touched.” It seemed, then, that the girls and their mother had really taken Ivar’s husband-to-be into their hearts.

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The landmark wedding itself took place in the chapel of the 100-acre Bridwell Park estate and was preceded by a welcome dinner for 30 guests. And Ivar’s Georgian house in Devon – which features an orangery, an ornamental lake and a chapel – was a suitably stately setting for him and James to exchange rings and their vows. The lord appeared delighted, too, with how his and his new husband’s big day had transpired.

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“Well, we did it finally! It was an amazing day despite the miserable British weather,” Ivar wrote in a September 2018 Instagram post that also featured several photographs taken before, during and after the ceremony. The aristocrat went on to praise the “fabulous service” conducted by chief registrar for Devon, Trish Harrogate, whom he felt “set the perfect but lighthearted tone for what is a serious occasion.”

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It turned out, too, that the newlywed had had a “best woman” in the form of Penny, who had emotionally walked Ivar up the aisle and given him away. But, unfortunately, no members of the British royal family were there to witness the touching moment. Indeed, although Edward and Sophie had been invited, they sadly couldn’t make it. Instead, the Earl and Countess of Wessex had sent their warmest regards to the happy couple. And of the two, Ivar said to the Daily Mail, “They adore James.”

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For their part, Ivar and James dressed in green and dark blue velvet smoking jackets, respectively, with the Scotsman also wearing a fetching pair of tartan trousers in a clear nod to his roots. Then, following the ceremony, the 64 invited guests were serenaded by the Bristol Teachers Rock gospel choir. They also enjoyed some of Winston Churchill’s favorite champagne, Pol Roger.

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Next up was a monkfish dinner in the orangery section of the estate, followed by the highly anticipated speeches. The guests then had the chance to put on their dancing shoes and boogie the night away. But there was no wedding cake for them to enjoy as such; instead, the couple had stacked up a selection of their preferred cheeses.

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Neither were there any presents at the wedding, as in lieu of gifts the newlyweds had requested that their guests donate to the spinal injury charity Regain. And after the ceremony, Ivar took to Instagram to thank the choir and wedding photographer for their efforts. He also paid an emotional tribute to his daughters, who had seemingly taken their father’s decision to come out with exceptional grace. Ivar wrote, “Most importantly, a massive thanks to my three gorgeous girls for being so understanding and supportive. Without their support, this could never have happened!”

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All in all, Ivar and James’ wedding was a clear sign of how society – as well as the royals – has moved forward in recent years. Indeed, their same-sex union would have been unthinkable in the not-too-distant past. And in another reflection of how times have changed, the happy couple told Tatler that they hadn’t received any hostile responses to their relationship in the year after they had tied the knot.

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James suggested, too, that young people are predominantly responsible for the sea change in attitudes towards LGBTQ issues. Talking of how Ivar’s daughter Ella took the news of his intention to marry her father, James said that she was “very cool about it.” He continued, “All her friends go on weekends where they snog each other, boy or girl, then go back and tell each other. I think that generation [is] just totally unfazed by it all.”

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But how did Ivar’s elderly mother, Janet, receive the couple’s news? Well, the lord told Tatler, “The older generation of my family have seen and done it all before. They were quite wayward in the 1940s. My aunt Nada was a lesbian. You’ve got to try everything once, that’s what my mother always said.”

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Elsewhere, Ivar’s ex-wife, Penny, has since moved on with a new man. But have the aristocrat’s coming out and marriage been a good thing for the British royal family? On that, Ivar quipped to Tatler, “Well, you would hope so! But then they don’t really talk about it. I mean, the royals, they don’t communicate very well.”

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