When is Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston’s wedding, where will it be held and when did they get engaged?

LADY Gabriella Windsor is engaged to her long term boyfriend Thomas Kingston.

Let’s take a look at the latest royal nuptials.

Lady Gabriella Windsor, 37, and Thomas Kingston are expected to tie the knot in spring
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When did they get engaged?

Buckingham Palace announced the engagement on September 19, 2018, after Thomas popped the question while the couple were visiting the Isle of Sark.

The pair have been dating for three years.

A statement 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 (Guernsey).”

When is the wedding and where will it be held?

The couple are expected to tie the knot next spring although a venue has not been announced at this stage.

Who is Lady Gabriella Windsor?

Lady Gabriella, who goes by Ella, is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, the Queen’s cousin – making her 50th in line to the throne.

Ella is a senior branding director at Branding Latin America, as well as a contributing writer for The London Magazine.

The royal shares a birthday with little Prince Louis, and has a Masters degree from Oxford.

She did not attend Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle.

Thomas is Pippa Middleton’s ex, and has been dating the royal for three years
� Max Mumby

Who is Thomas Kingston?

Thomas, who’s previously been described as the most eligible man in London, dated Pippa Middleton back in 2011.

He and Ella attended Pippa’s wedding to James Matthew last year – as  Thomas has remained close to his former flame.

Thomas works in frontier market investment and is the director of Devonport Capital.


He is a Bristol graduate, who started his career at the Diplomatic Missions Unit of Foreign Office, which involved moving to Baghdad in 2003.

The organisation’s role was to mediate in disputes between Iraq’s political, religious and tribal leaders and negotiate the release of foreign and Iraqi hostages.

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