A video has resurfaced showing the late Queen seemingly overcome with emotion following the 2019 wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston, whose death at age 45 was announced on Tuesday.
The emotional video shows the late queen, who died in September 2022, wiping away a tear of joy as she said goodbye to the happy couple, with Prince Philip by her side, outside St George’s Chapel in Windsor five years ago.
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The video clip is a happy tribute to both the couple and the late monarch, who wore a striking pink suit to attend the wedding, which took place on May 18, 2019.
Waiting patiently outside the famous Windsor Chapel after the couple’s nuptials, the late Queen is seen standing with her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, with their sons, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, also at the side. view.
The late Queen Elizabeth II, dressed in pink, is seen at the 2019 wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston in a recently resurfaced video. The royal family was shocked by the tragic death of Mr Kingston at the age of 45.
When the Queen sees the wedding car, she greets Princess Michael of Kent’s daughter and her new husband, who are seen smiling back at her.
After the couple passes, the late monarch is seen appearing to wipe away a tear at the excitement of the nuptials.
The wedding turned out to be a happy family moment for the Windsors, with Prince Harry also present, taking time to be with his then-newborn son Archie. And the guest list at Lady Gabriella’s wedding demonstrated the esteem in which she is held by the royal family.
The late monarch, who died in September 2022, is seen wiping away a tear after saying goodbye to the happy couple.
Following their nuptials, Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston were seen smiling from their wedding car as they drove past the royal party waiting for them.
Kingston pictured on his wedding day with his wife Lady Gabriella Windsor at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 18, 2019.
The Queen looked delighted as she smiled outside St George’s Chapel, carrying the order of the wedding service. In the photo on the right, Prince Harry and the Queen shared a smile as they spoke after leaving the royal wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston.
A rare appearance by Prince Philip; the then Duke of Edinburgh, demonstrated how highly Lady Gabriella is thought of in royal circles
Other royals attending the couple’s big day included Sarah, Duchess of York, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Marpelli Mozzi, and Princess Anne.
The Middleton family was also present with Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael, and her sister Pippa, thanks to their long friendship with the groom.
Dubbed the “biggest society wedding of the year” at the time, guests also included Julian Fellowes, known as the creator of the period television drama Downton Abbey.
Prince Philip, who retired from royal duties in May 2017, made a rare public appearance at the 2019 wedding, arriving alongside Queen Elizabeth at St George’s Chapel.
The Duke of Sussex was also at the wedding, attending just 12 days after the birth of Archie, his first child with wife Meghan Markle, and on the eve of their first wedding anniversary.
Kingston, son-in-law of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, was found dead at his home on Sunday 25 February.
Thomas Kingston pictured with his wife Lady Gabriella Windsor at Wimbledon in July 2022
To further show the importance of this glittering occasion, the Royal Family’s official website shared three official photographs from the wedding day.
One of the photographs was a family portrait showing the delighted late Queen and her beaming husband sitting together in front of other family members.
The radiant bride arrived at St George’s Chapel in a burgundy vintage car, accompanied by her father, Prince Michael of Kent.
She surprised with an ivory lace dress by Italian designer Luisa Beccaria, with a bateau neckline, transparent embroidered sleeves and an A-line skirt.
Gabriella, known to her friends as Ella, wore a stunning six-metre-long veil, which the designer placed on the chapel stairs.
Sadly, the couple were to enjoy less than five full years of marriage before Mr Kingston’s untimely death aged 45, announced by Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening.
Mourners have paid tribute to an “exceptional” and “enigmatic” Mr Kingston following his shocking death.
The son-in-law of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent was found dead at an address in Gloucestershire on Sunday night, with emergency services called to the scene shortly after 6pm.
Tributes have now been paid to the financier who survived a suicide bombing in 2004 and negotiated with bloodthirsty militias to hand over hostages, saving countless lives.
An investigation will be conducted, but there are no suspicious circumstances or 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.