The most important wedding of the year for British royalty was that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. But another important ceremony was also announced for this year: the marriage between Lord Ivar Mountbatten, third cousin of Queen Elizabeth and his partner, James Coyle.
It will be the first LGBTQ wedding in royal history. According to Elle, his ex-wife and mother of his 3 daughters, Penny, will accompany him to the altar. The event will take place at the end of the British summer and will be more intimate than Harry and Meghan's wedding. There will be only 120 guests, reports El País.
Ivar spent 16 years married to Penny and had three daughters. In 2016, he confessed to having "fought against his sexuality for most of the marriage," according to the Daily Mail. Undoubtedly, royalty is being modernized and leaves behind, little by little, the conservatism that characterizes it.
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