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Timothy Laurence – Wikipedia

Timothy Laurence. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Hamilton Laurence, KCVO, CB, ADC(P) (born 1 March 1955) is a retired Royal Navy officer and the second husband of Princess Anne, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Laurence was Equerry to the Queen from 1986 to 1989.

Princess Anne’s Husband Sir Tim Laurence Offers Meghan

Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence knows a thing or two about Markle’s current situation.

Sir Timothy Laurence | The Royal Watcher

Happy Birthday to Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, son in law of the Queen and DUke of Edinburgh, who turns 62 today. Born in 1955 to Commander Guy Stewart Laurence and Barbara Alison Laurence, Timothy studied in Kent and Durham before joining the Royal Navy in 1973.

Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence | Unofficial Royalty

Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence with The Princess Royal; Photo Credit – www.thesun.co.uk Timothy first met his future wife, Anne, Princess Royal when he was Equerry to Queen Elizabeth. As the Queen’s Equerry, a combination secretary and personal attendant, for three years, Timothy learned the ways of the Royal Family.

Sir Tim Laurence and his wife Princess Anne in pictures

Mar 01, 2017 · 1 of 26. Anne, Princess Royal and Timothy Laurence in pictures. Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence is the second husband of Princess Anne but remains out of the media spotlight for the most part. The Queen’s son-in-law, known as Sir Tim, has kept a relatively low profile since his marriage to her daughter for nearly 25 years ago.

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Comments Share. Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Hamilton Laurence, KCVO CB, ADC(P) (born 1 March 1955) is a senior British naval officer and the second husband of HRH The Princess Royal, the only daughter of HM The Queen. Laurence was Equerry to The Queen, 1986-1989.

Spouse: Anne, Princess Royal

Princess Anne’s husband Sir Tim Laurence remains the quiet

Princess Anne’s husband Sir Tim Laurence remains the quiet man of the Royal Family. With second husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, she will celebrate 25 years of marriage. It was on December 12, 1992, just months after divorcing Captain Mark Phillips, father of her children Peter and Zara, that Anne wed Timothy, a Royal Navy commander. The wedding was at Crathie Kirk, close to …

Sir Timothy Laurence: 10 facts about Princess Anne’s husband

Sir Timothy Laurence celebrates his 59th birthday on March 1. In honour of his birthday, HELLO! Online has compiled a list of ten facts you may not have known about Princess Anne ‘s husband.

Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence Sky News Interviews

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Nov 15, 2017 · Audio from two short interviews given by Tim Laurence to Sky News in 2016. The first is on the subject of Prince Philip’s health and why he had to miss the Battle of Jutland 100th anniversary

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Getting to know Timothy Laurence – Royal Central

One of the lesser known members of the British Royal Family is the Princess Royal’s husband, Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence. Generally referred to as Tim, he is her second husband.

Princess Anne being a grandmother has brought her closer

Vice Admiral Tim Laurence is now on a surer footing within the Windsor clan to Anne’s relief— and that’s down to his closer bond with Peter and Zara, as well as his rather endearing delight in

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Princess Anne shows thrifty side as she rejects ‘room with

Jan 13, 2012 · Renowned for being frugal, the 61 year-old Princess and her second husband Vice Admiral Tim Laurence downgraded their room at the four star Manor House Hotel in Oban in Argyll.

The Royal Family on Instagram: “Other Members of The Royal

The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The Duke of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent also attended. These visits, both outward and incoming, play an integral role in strengthening Britain’s relationships with countries across the world.