Princess margaret and roddy llewellyn dating

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"A separation was the best course to take in all the circumstances bearing in mind in particular the interests of the two children." Princess Margaret, who becomes the first member of the Royal family to divorce since Henry VIII, married Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones on .Just five years earlier she had called off plans to marry divorcee Group Captain Peter Townsend with whom she had been linked for several years.Her acquaintance with 29-year-old Roddy Llewellyn, son of Olympic gold medallist horseman, Lt-Col Harry Llewellyn, has fuelled rumours about her marriage.Last month the couple spent time on the Caribbean island of Mustique, where the Princess has taken several extended holidays without her husband since their marriage.Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon are to separate after 16 years of marriage, it has been announced by Buckingham Palace.After weeks of speculation a 39-word statement was issued by the Palace today.There are no plans for divorce proceedings." 'Desperately sad' Earl Snowdon, who is currently in Australia to open a photographic exhibition of his work, said he was "desperately sad".It is understood he knew nothing of the announcement prior to its release.

"), Cotswold Wildlife Park (series, "An Evening with the Gardening Experts 2005-2006"), Cholmondeley Castle ("Amusing Ideas for the Garden"), and the ship the Crystal Symphony (on a Garden Design Theme Cruise giving "themed lectures").

He would later provide an entree into a decadent new world, far removed from the one in which she grew up.

Thanks to him, she ended up mingling with a louche set of stars, multi-millionaires and aristocrats on the Caribbean island of Mustique; and it was Colin who introduced her to her lover, Roddy Llewellyn, then gave them a love nest for their scandalous affair.

Llewellyn was born in Crickhowell, Brecknockshire, the younger son of Sir Harry Llewellyn, 3rd Bt. 1999), an Olympic gold medalist in show jumping, and his wife, the Hon. The couple have three daughters, Alexandra, Natasha, and Rosie. Llewellyn has said, "I have always been fascinated by plants...

They give me an enormous amount of solace." It was apparently his nanny, Rebecca Jenkins, who introduced him to gardening in loco parentis.

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