• Thomas Kingston has died today
  • He's Lady Grabriella's husband
  • Kingston was 47

In a shocking revelation that's rocked the royal circles, Thomas Kingston, the dashing financier and beloved husband of Lady Gabriella Windsor, has been pronounced dead, sending waves of grief across the nation. The tragic news has left fans and royal watchers in disbelief, as the couple was spotted in high spirits at royal events just weeks ago.

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It seems like only yesterday when Thomas Kingston and Lady Gabriella, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, exchanged vows in a fairy-tale wedding at St. George’s Chapel. Their nuptials, which took place in May 2019, were attended by the crème de la crème of the royal family, including a surprise appearance by Prince Harry. The bride's choice of a Russian Fringe style diamond tiara paid homage to her royal heritage, continuing a beautiful family tradition.

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Kingston, a director at Devonport Capital, was not only known for his sharp financial acumen but also for his warm personality. He had previously dated Pippa Middleton, Kate Middleton's sister, and despite their split, they remained close friends. Pippa and her husband even graced Kingston and Lady Gabriella's wedding, reciprocating the gesture from their own wedding two years prior.

Royal family mourns: Tribute to Kingston, a beacon of light

The royal family, including King Charles and Queen Camilla, have expressed their profound sorrow and extended heartfelt thoughts and prayers to Lady Gabriella and the Kingston family. The King and Queen, along with the entire royal family, join in mourning the loss of a much-loved family member.

Known as a beacon of light by those who knew him, Kingston's death has come as a great shock. His last public appearance with Queen Camilla at a Celebration of Shakespeare event on Valentine’s Day now serves as a poignant memory of his commitment to royal engagements.

As the family requests privacy during this difficult time, the world respectfully bids farewell to a man who, though not a royal by birth, became an integral part of the royal tapestry through marriage, friendship, and shared moments of joy and sorrow.