• Thomas Kingston's cause of death has been revealed
  • He was Lady Gabriellas's husband
  • Kingston was 45 years old

In an absolutely shocking revelation that has sent ripples across the royal family, Thomas Kingston (45), the esteemed British financier and husband to the monarch's second cousin, Lady Gabriella, has tragically passed away. The inquest into his death has uncovered a harrowing truth: Kingston died from a gunshot wound to the head, a loss that has left the royal circles and beyond in profound grief.

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'The Telegraph' reports that the fateful day began with a seemingly ordinary lunch with his parents in the serene Cotswolds. However, when Kingston's father returned from walking the dogs, his son was nowhere to be found. Senior coroner Katy Skerrett disclosed, "On his return, Mr. Kingston was not in the house." The grim discovery was made shortly after, with Kingston found in a locked outbuilding, a catastrophic injury marking the end of his life.

Regal mourning: Remembering Tom Kingston

The news of Kingston's death first broke on Feb. 25, shrouded in mystery, with an official statement released two days later by Lady Gabriella Kingston and family expressing their immeasurable sorrow. "Tom was an exceptional man who lit up the lives of all who knew him," the statement read, a testament to the light he brought into the world.

Lady Gabriella Kingston and Tom Kingston attend day 3 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshi

King Charles and Queen Camilla have extended their "heartfelt thoughts" to the bereaved, joining a chorus of mourners from within the royal family and beyond. Lady Gabriella, a freelance journalist and a non-working member of the royal family, is now faced with the daunting task of navigating life without her partner, with whom she shared countless public appearances, including the recent Celebration of Shakespeare event on Feb. 14.

As the royal family grapples with this tragedy, the world watches, hearts heavy with the weight of this sudden loss. Thomas Kingston's legacy as a director at Devonport Capital, former hostage negotiator, and a cherished member of the royal circle will undoubtedly live on, but his absence will be felt deeply at every royal gathering henceforth.