Queen Royal – Lady Gabriella’s wedding will be JUST LIKE Meghan and Eugenie’s for THIS reason

Queen Royal –  Lady Gabriella’s wedding will be JUST LIKE Meghan and Eugenie’s for THIS reason


 Wedding fever is sweeping across the Royal Family, with another riveting ceremony set to take place this year in Spring Lady Gabriella will marry financier Thomas Kingston in an intimate private ceremony, tying the knot after three years of dating And the couple will share an important aspect of their wedding with Meghan and Eugenie  Just like their royal counterparts, they will be holding their ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor  Windsor holds a special place in Gabriella’s heart, having spent many Christmases there with her grandparents growing up  She was also born on St George’s Day – April 23, 1981. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said the area had a “personal resonance” to her, which prompted her to choose the historic venue Gabriella’s wedding is expected to be a much more toned down affair than Meghan and Eugenie’s, according to a royal source  Only family and friends will be attending, and there will be no carriage procession  The couple will not televise their wedding nor invite members of the public to watch the ceremony, and there will likely be be no reception inside Windsor Castle  Members of the Royal Family are expected to attend the ceremony, but invitations have yet to be sent out In September last year, Buckingham Palace announced a statement which read: “Prince and Princess Michael of Kent are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter Lady Gabriella Windsor to Mr Thomas Kingston  The engagement took place in August; Mr Kingston proposed on the Isle of Sark.” In May last year, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry married at St George’s Chapel in Windsor in a riveting ceremony viewed by millions all over the world  The couple’s ceremony was a magnificent affair, which cost a whopping £45m. Thousands of royal fans lined up the streets of Windsor to catch a glimpse of the couple making their carriage rounds  However, Lady Gabriella’s wedding is expected to be a more intimate affair and “very different” from Meghan and Eugenie’s, a royal source said  Princess Eugenie and Jack invited 1,200 members of the public to their wedding, but Gabriella is not expected to do the same  The wedding list is also expected to be shorter than Prince Harry’s and Princess Eugenie’s, and the Queen is unlikely to attend Lady Gabriella, is 50th-in-line to the throne, is Prince Michael of Kent’s daughter – the Queen’s first cousin  She is a working royal, and is a Senior Director for Branding Latin America, a brand positioning platform that specialises in the region  She graduated from Brown University in the US and earned a Masters degree from Oxford

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