Queen Elizabeth’s Grandson Peter Phillips & Wife Autumn Announce Split

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2020

Friends have disclosed that Peter Phillips, Queen Elizabeth's eldest grandchild, will be separated from his Canadian-born wife Autumn Phillips.

Peter and Autumn Phillips confirmed at current that they seperated remaining yr.

The couple married in 2008 in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle - where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding would take place 10 years later - and brought up their children in Gloucestershire.

Their daughters Savannah and Isla, 9 and 7 as of February 2020, are the first royals to be in line for the throne, who hold dual citizenship with the United Kingdom and Canada according to The Sun. "Peter and Autumn have requested privateness and compassion for his or her children whereas the family continues to adapt to these modifications". But he is now in total shock.' unnamed source told the Sun.


Despite his apparent lack of insight regarding their marital issues, Autumn is believed to have been quite vocal about her woes with her closest friends. "She is a favorite of the Queen and I'm sure Her Majesty will be very upset by this as well".

Kelly is originally from Canada, so the royal family fears she will return to her country.

It was reported earlier this week that Peter and Autumn informed their families of their "amicable" decision to divorce "at the end of last year" after deciding it was "the best course of action for their two children and ongoing friendship".

The Duchess Of Cornwall, Duchess of Cambridge, Duchess of Sussex, Duke of Sussex, Peter Phillips, Autumn Phillips and their children Isla and Savannah Phillips on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2018. Diminish Phillips, 42, is said to be "crushed" after spouse Autumn, 41, revealed to him she needed to isolate. Perhaps she thought if that can happen then I can leave as well?


A source speculated that Autumn's decision might have been hastened by the fact that Prince Harry and Meghan are residents of Canada.

According to British newspaper reports, the 93-year-old Queen - still reeling from Megxit and Prince Andrew's PR disasters - is "upset" by the turn of events.

No other party is involved in the split, our sources said.

He has no royal title and has never carried out duties on behalf of the royal family and so does not receive a public income.


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