Queen Elizabeth II’s cousin Lord Ivar Mountbatten got married to the love of his life James Coyle been the first ever Royal gay Wedding in the extended Royal Family.
The wedding took place in a small ceremony for family and close friends at a country house in Devon. The occasion marks the first same-sex marriage by a member of the extended royal family.
Lord Ivar and James Coyle exchanged rings and vows in front of 60 family and friends including his three proud daughters.
Lord Ivar was went with down the walkway and given away by his ex, Penny Mountbatten. Despite the fact that the couple separated from eight years back, they’ve stayed dear companions and co-guardians to their three little girls Ella, Alix, and Luli. “It was the girls” thought,” Penny told the Daily Mail of her choice to give Ivar away at the wedding. “It makes me feel very passionate. I’m extremely exceptionally contacted.”
Ivar’s 17-year-old marriage to Penny hit the stones in 2011 when they let people know they floated separated. Around two years back, he drummed up a buzz when he admitted to having battled with his sexuality all through his marriage. He said he has known since his high school years he was bisexual. They have three daughters together, ranging from ages 15 to 22
Though the royal family has not yet put out any official statement on the marriage, the Queen pledged that her government would “tackle the gender pay gap and discrimination against people on the basis of their race, faith, gender, disability, or sexual orientation.