Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest grandson Peter Phillips divorced after 12 years of marriage

The couple left two daughters, the parents agreed on joint custody.

The last year for the British royal family has not been easy — it is a scandal over allegations of racism, and discord between the brothers, and the death of Prince Philip. And now the divorce has been added to all this.

The eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, Peter Phillips, decided to get rid of the bonds of marriage. The son of Princess Anne and his now ex-wife Autumn Kelly lived together for 12 years, they had two daughters. The couple announced their separation a year ago but officially ended the relationship only now.

“Even though this is a sad day for Peter and Autumn, they still put the well-being and upbringing of their wonderful daughters Savannah and Isla first. Both Peter and Autumn are happy that they have peacefully resolved the issues with the children,” People magazine quoted a source close to the royals as saying.

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