A Canadian to become a Royal as she marries Queen's grandson

A Canadian businesswoman is set to become the latest member of the Royal Family as she marries Peter Phillips - the son of the Princess Royal, the brother of Zara Phillips, the cousin of Willia, and Harry and the nephew of Charles and Camilla....

The Queen's grandson to marry Canadian girlfriend

28th July 2007
Daily Mail

Queen Elizabeth II's grandson is set marry a Canadian businesswoman, the palace announced tonight.

Peter Phillips, the 29-year-old son of the queen's daughter Princess Anne, will marry his girlfriend, Autumn Kelly, Buckingham Palace said in a statement.

The couple met at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal in 2003.

Peter Phillips and his Canadian bride-to-be Autumn Kelly

"The Princess Royal and Captain Mark Phillips are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Peter Phillips to Autumn, daughter of Mr. Brian and Mrs. Kitty Kelly," the palace said.

Phillips is 10th in line to the throne, but holds no royal title and does not carry out official royal duties. He works for the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Peter with sister Zara and mum, Princess Anne

Peter and his cousins, Prince William and Prince Harry

At least he isn't inbreeding...

Zara is quite a hottie though, isn't she?

Lucky for her, her brother got all their mother's looks!

Hmmmmmmm Strengthing the ties within the Empire? Bit of a perk for a Canadian becoming a Royal.

They seem like a lovely down-to-earth couple though - the Royals are blessed with beautiful complexions - the way their cheeks blush in cold weather is so handsome...

So.... who will be marrying an Aussie next...and another a New Zealander?
Minority Observer84
The concept of royalty is so offensive seriously people being entitled to tax free money and public estates because they happened to be in the right womb at the right time . Royalty is a remnant of the middle ages , a class system which offends the basic principal of democracy . The French had the right attitude in dealing with them.
Who cares? They're happy. Get over it.

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