Andrew Parker Bowles
|Born||December 27, 1939|
|Spouse||Rosemary Pitman (m 1996 - 2010) , Queen Camilla (m 1973 - 1995)|
|Children||Laura Lopes , Tom Parker Bowles|
|Parents||Ann Parker Bowles , Derek Parker Bowles|
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
When Andrew Parker-Bowles stood in for the Queen Consort at a funeral this week, it was the first time a Queen has been represented in an official capacity by her ex-husband. Brigadier Parker-Bowles was a relative of the deceased, John Bowes-Lyon - a cousin of the late Queen on her mother’s side - so in all likelihood he would have attended the funeral anyway. Even so, this was enough to earn him a spot in Wednesday’s Court Circular and a prominent pew at the London Oratory.Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityBANG Showbiz
Queen Consort Camilla's ex-husband, Brigadier Andrew Parker Bowles, has carried out an official duty on her behalf, formally representing her at a funeral.Thanks for your feedback!
Queen Consort Camilla's ex-husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, represented his former wife at a funeral on Tuesday. MORE: Queen Consort Camilla follows in Queen Elizabeth's footsteps with touching gesture Stepping up to the plate, Brigadier Andrew stood in for his ex-wife of 22 years at John Bowes-Lyon's poignant funeral service. The moving ceremony took place at the Oratory in London. WATCH: Queen Consort Camilla's star-studded night out John was the son of Major General Sir Frances Bowes-Lyon, a fiThanks for your feedback!
We're used to seeing some of our favourite royal couples looking so loved-up on public outings, but just like anyone, even royals face difficulties in their relationships, and some fail to stand the rest of time. DISCOVER: 13 dramatic horse injuries: King Charles, Sophie Wessex and more royal broken bones From the romances that were frowned upon, to the wedding that was famously called off, here are some of the royal relationships that didn't last through difficult times. WATCH: Royal love storiThanks for your feedback!
A date has finally been set for King Charles III's coronation following the royal's ascension to the throne on 8 September. READ: How King Charles III's coronation will break with recent royal tradition The historic occasion will be held on 6 May next year and will take place in Westminster Abbey, eight months after the late Queen passed away. The date will be particularly significant for Queen Consort Camilla, whose daughter Laura celebrates her wedding anniversary on 6 May. WATCH: Royal EngageThanks for your feedback!
- NewsThe Guardian
Eight individuals have legal cases against tabloid alleging wrongdoing including when Brooks was editorThanks for your feedback!
During her life, the Queen enjoyed a close relationship with the new Queen Consort, and she even gave her and her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, a sweet gift during their marriage. READ: Queen Consort Camilla's Balmoral accident: all the details Writing in The Spectator, Andrew revealed that Her Majesty had gifted the happy couple with a corgi, called Windsor Flame, which he revealed was "wonderful, intelligent and brave". The late monarch later gave them another corgi, named Danny, who waThanks for your feedback!
Princess Anne has a close relationship with her sister-in-law, the Queen Consort. MORE: Royal family makes major change – and it affects Prince Harry and Meghan Markle While Camilla has been married to King Charles since 2005, the two families had already been moving in the same circles for a number of years. WATCH: Princess Anne causes hilarity on royal outing Camilla, 75, was previously married to Andrew Parker Bowles from 1973 until 1995, and together they share two children, Tom Parker BowleThanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Independent
Andrew Buchan on playing Matt Hancock in This England: ‘If it’s too raw and too soon... steer clear’
INTERVIEW: The actor talks to Nick Hilton about playing the former health secretary alongside Kenneth Branagh’s Boris Johnson, why drama can do things a documentary can’t, and how ‘you can either act or you can’t’, wherever you went to drama schoolThanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
The last sentence in Angela Levin’s upbeat biography of our new Queen Consort exemplifies the problem with publishing deadlines: “Their moment has almost come,” she writes of the people the world then knew as the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Days before Levin’s book appeared, Queen Elizabeth II died; her son and daughter-in law’s moment had, in fact, already come.Thanks for your feedback!