Death of Lady Gabriella Windsor's husband Thomas Kingston aged 45

28-02-2024 11:54 AM

Ammon News - The sudden death of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent's son-in-law Thomas Kingston has left the Royal Family and close friends in a state of deep shock.

The 45-year-old husband of their daughter, Lady Gabriella Windsor, was found dead at an address in Gloucestershire on Sunday evening, with emergency services called to the scene shortly after 6pm.

An inquest will be held but there are no suspicious circumstances and no other parties involved. Mr Kingston is survived by his father Martin Kingston KC, his mother Jill Mary Kingston, and his sisters, Joanna Connolly and Emma Murray.

Lady Gabriella, 42, who is 56th in line to the throne, and Mr Kingston, a financier and former hostage negotiator, were married for four years.

A close friend, who attended the couple's stunning wedding at St George's Chapel at Windsor in 2019, said: 'It's utterly shocking. None of us saw it coming. I cannot understand it.'

Another friend who spoke to the couple at a party last Wednesday at the National Gallery in London added: 'They seemed happy and positive as ever. Ella was particularly chatty.'

The pair were last pictured together on Valentine's Day at an event to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's First Folio attended by Queen Camilla.

Although Lady Gabriella is not a working member of the Royal Family, Buckingham Palace said it was supporting Mr Kingston's devastated family.

It last night stepped in to announce the news on their behalf and released two photographs that Lady Gabriella and her husband's relatives were keen to share in tribute to the man they described as being 'exceptional' and someone who 'lit up the lives of all that knew him'.

Daily Mail

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