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Lady Gabriella Windsor, a cousin of King Charles III, stole the spotlight on Tuesday the eighteenth of this month, at the traditional Royal Ascot horse race.

The daughter of Prince Michael of Kent has returned to public life after spending more than three months away due to… The unexpected death of her husband, Thomas Kingston, Who was found dead next to a firearm at the family home in Gloucestershire.

At Ascot, Lady Gabriella is greeted by her family with several conciliatory gestures. The 43-year-old aristocrat arrived at the race accompanied by Princess Anne, Peter Phillips and former advisor to Elizabeth II and Ascot director John Warren.


Princess Anne and Lady Gabriella
Photo: Reuters

Gabriella was later seen hugging her tightly. Zara Tindall, Princess Anne's eldest daughter. The two did not hide their general happiness at their reunion. This is not the first time that Lady Gabriella has attended a public event at the British Royal House. King Charles III's cousin attended the Trooping de Color over the weekend, the party that marks the King's birthday, although not his actual birthday. However, Lady Gabriella's presence went unnoticed.

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