Britain played the first royal gay wedding
The cousin of Queen Elizabeth II lord Ivar Mountbatten got married with the partner, the steward of the British airline James Coyle.
In the royal family of Great Britain celebrated the first gay wedding.
The cousin of Queen Elizabeth II lord Ivar Mountbatten got married with the partner, the steward of the British airline James Coyle. Mountbatten reported about a wedding on September 24 in the Instagram.
“We at last made it! It was tremendous day, despite sad British weather”, – noted newly married.
He thanked the head of registry of the County of Devon Trish Harrogate who registered the union, the chorus which performed at a wedding and the daughters from first marriage.
“And, at last, the most many thanks to James that you are simply ideal”, – lord Mountbatten concluded.
The member of monarchical family declared the orientation in 2016. He got acquainted with Coyle in ski resort in Switzerland. Declared intention to officially issue the relations of steam in June, 2018.