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Prince William attends ex-girlfriend Rose Farquhar’s wedding


Prince William congrats ex girlfriend Farquhar rose find love, attend her wedding to George Gemmell.

The Prince of Wales tried to keep a low profile as he appeared at his ex-girlfriend and childhood friend’s wedding on Saturday at St. Mary the Virgin, Tetbury in Gloucestershire. The day was apparently perfect, even though the bride and her father arrived late for the ceremony after their car broke down on the way there. One inside said Everybody, “It was a magical winter wedding in the snow. The bride and groom make their way through a guest tunnel with twinkling lights in the dark, before driving away in a vintage Land Rover. The Cotswolds are beautiful in the snow!” The wedding was also attended by another former lover of William, Olivia Huntas Tom skips, Jamie Murray Wells, The guy Pelly, Mark Tomlinson, Harry Meade, Natasha Rufus Isaacs and her husband Rupert Finchis also one of the ex-boyfriends of Princess Kate.

The prince and Farquhar were childhood friends and she even attended William’s 2011 wedding to Kate. Farquhar is considered the first serious girlfriend of the royal family. Daily mail, and Katie Nicholl described their relationship as “a tender, innocent romance” in her 2011 book, Make a royal love story. The new bride is currently working on special projects and business development for the Duchess of Rutland’s Belvoir Castle. Before that, she also studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute in New York City. She is also a singer-songwriter who auditioned for season 5 of UK Voices in 2016.

William appeared in public right after that the premiere of the final part of Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleNetflix documentary by in which the Duke of Sussex accused his brother of shouting at him in front of him their late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, in a conversation about him and his wife giving up their royal duties. He also claimed that William had broken a promise the two had made to never pit their offices against each other in the press, accusing William of remaining trapped in the “institution” of the regime. monarchy. And a source said Vanity Fair that a detractor seems highly unlikely. They said: ‘There was a feeling of distrust, which is why William didn’t talk to Harry, because he was worried that whatever he said might end up in a book or a book. Dramma.


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