There’s another Royal Wedding on the horizon, and this one’s even more historic than the last.
Hot on the heels of Meghan Markle’s groundbreaking wedding to Prince Harry, people will soon witness the first-ever same-sex marriage in the history of the Royal family.
Lord Ivar Mountbatten, cousin to Queen Elizabeth II, is set to tie the knot with partner James Coyle later this summer. The 55-year-old aristocrat revealed details of the upcoming nuptials in an interview with The Daily Mail.
He told the Daily Mail, that he doesn’t “need to get married because I’ve been there, done that and have my wonderful children; but I’m pushing it because I think it’s important for him. James hasn’t had the stable life I have.”
It will be a “small ceremony” with only close family and friends, followed by a reception with only 120 guests. Here’s hoping the Duchess of Sussex will support another history-making wedding.