Queen Elizabeth's grandson, Peter Phillips and Wife Split after 12 Years
Queen Elizabeth is facing yet another problem at the royal house!
Peter Phillips, the Queen's grandson is reportedly splitting with his wife of 12 years, Autumn, The Sun reports.
The news comes weeks after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to withheld their titles and move away from the Royal Palace.
Princess Anne's son Peter and his wife share two kids, Savannah, 9, and Isla, 7.
Peter, who works as a sports marketing consultant, met Autumn, a management consultant, for the first time in 2003 at the Formula One Grand Prix held at her hometown of Montreal, Canada. They exchanged holy vows in 2008 at the St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
Peter Philips and Autumn with their kids.
Looks like the year 2020 is not going too well for the 93-year-old monarch as her direct grandson has already moved away and now this.
Furthermore, it's been said the Queen is quite close to her granddaughter-in-law and they often used to visit the Church together. Moreover, the pair's kids are quite close to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Despite being born in royalty, Peter and his family never really used the royal titles from the beginning. He is currently 15th in the line of succession but at the time of his birth, he was 5th.
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When Princess Anne got married to, Captain Mark Phillips, a commoner, she was by default expelled from the Royal Family, but Queen Elizabeth decided to give Mark a royal title which he denied.
Later on, their two kids, Peter and his sister, Zara Tindall were raised without any royal titles. Zara is currently married to Mike Tindall.
Apart from Prince Harry's move, the Queen is also burdened by all the news regarding her son, Prince Andrew's scandal because of which he stepped down from his royal duties.
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